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Slipster

Jamies Gravy

Dianne has just made the Xmas gravy
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chicken-recipes/get-ahead-gravy

We will also make a traditional gravy from the Turkey.   I have truly never ever tasted anything so delicious in my life and when J/O say it can transform a meal he is not kidding    
WhatCameFirst

It looks wonderful, I'm thinking of giving it a go next weekend.
kaz

Looking at the ingredients (and if you didn't bash the chicken wings to bits) you could eat the result as a meal
Slipster

kaz wrote:
Looking at the ingredients (and if you didn't bask the chicken wings to bits) you could eat the result as a meal


Burp certainly can  
Digindeep

Yep....with thick crust bread......ooooheeeee!  
LadySlip

In the programme clip his wife says exactly the same...its like you don't need the rest of it lol

I'm trying the jerk ham hocks over xmas too  
rhino

I can remember me Grandma's braising steak gravy, a food group all of it's own, I love gravies and sauces  
Correct me if I'm wrong but the folk I know from the South don't use much on their dinners whereas further North we like a wet dinner.
Pilsbury

rhino wrote:
I can remember me Grandma's braising steak gravy, a food group all of it's own, I love gravies and sauces  
Correct me if I'm wrong but the folk I know from the South don't use much on their dinners whereas further North we like a wet dinner.
thats about right, all folk will put on their chips down here is vinigar and ketchup so they are served in paper, up north they are swimming in mushy peas and gravy and ars served in polystyrene chip boat, sorry, trays with a spoon.
Although thst said, Jamie is from round my way and was in the year below me at college as the rumor goes so some of us aotherners know a thing or 2 about soggy dinners.
12Bore

And the next step in a Northern chippy?
Chips and peas, wet or dry?
Wet = peas on top of the chips
Dry = chips on top of the peas...
LadySlip

[quote="Pilsbury:309512"
Although thst said, Jamie is from round my way and was in the year below me at college as the rumor goes so some of us aotherners know a thing or 2 about soggy dinners.[/quote]


.....and soggy bottoms......  

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