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Old 10-28-2015, 11:19 AM
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I was a silly boy some time ago and rudely offended Doc, i publicly say sorry for that.

Well i am back and need to be inspired in the kitchen, i look forward to reading the creative ideas from you good folk here.

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Oh no, he's back.

Just kidding Galvi. Great to see you back here and posting.
What is your favorite meal? Do you have a recipe for it that you can share? I'm counting on it.
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Oh no, he's back.

Just kidding Galvi. Great to see you back here and posting.
What is your favorite meal? Do you have a recipe for it that you can share? I'm counting on it.
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I'm wanting a tried and true steak and kidney pie recipe.
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Hi

And welcome back. I donīt think we have met before.
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Welcome Back! I don't remember seeing you here, but I'm glad you decided to return.
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I'm wanting a tried and true steak and kidney pie recipe.
For me what works is cooking down the steak and kidney in a slow cooked stew fashion...brisket works best for me on this...the longer the better with plenty of pepper,and a can of good old strong Ale in the pot...4 hours min and cooled for another 12 hours min...any extra juice best saved for gravy.

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I was wondering if the kidney's needed a special treatment to get the urea out?
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I was wondering if the kidney's needed a special treatment to get the urea out?
Not that i have ever been aware of.
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Glad to have you here. Welcome back.

That sounds absolutely delish, especially the ale part. I use beer in my corned beef and cabbage and out adds a lot.
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