Both guesses were close enough: Those are ingredients for a traditional U.K. Christmas pudding. One of you take it away!
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Guess The Dish... - Page 10post #271 of 6263/25/14 at 12:48pm
Gear mentioned in this thread:post #272 of 6263/25/14 at 1:25pmpost #273 of 6263/25/14 at 1:38pmpost #274 of 6263/25/14 at 2:01pmpost #275 of 6263/25/14 at 3:48pmpost #276 of 6263/25/14 at 4:05pmpost #277 of 6263/25/14 at 4:25pmpost #278 of 6263/25/14 at 4:46pm
Exactly. I've posted about it before, even put up a short video showing the bubbling sugar crust as I pulled it out of the oven.
As for ham, Irish "boiling ham" is often made from the shoulder, and smoked shoulder picnic "hams" are available.
mjb.post #279 of 6263/25/14 at 5:01pmpost #280 of 6263/25/14 at 5:05pm
I've thought an interesting twist would be along the lines of what K-girl did with her octopus poke - post just a picture, no description, and see who can correctly guess the most ingredients.
mjb.post #281 of 6263/25/14 at 5:17pmpost #282 of 6263/25/14 at 5:20pmpost #283 of 6263/25/14 at 5:21pmpost #284 of 6263/25/14 at 5:30pmpost #285 of 6263/25/14 at 5:53pmpost #286 of 6263/25/14 at 6:04pmpost #287 of 6263/25/14 at 6:09pmpost #288 of 6263/25/14 at 6:10pm
mjb, add 2 more ingredients and you've got it friend!post #289 of 6263/25/14 at 7:01pmpost #290 of 6263/25/14 at 7:12pmpost #291 of 6263/25/14 at 7:20pmpost #292 of 6263/25/14 at 7:20pm
soooo... what do you think it is then FF?post #293 of 6263/25/14 at 7:23pmpost #294 of 6263/25/14 at 7:25pmpost #295 of 6263/25/14 at 7:37pm
DING DING DING!!!
We have a winner!
This something that I CRAVE SO MUCH!!!
I can NOT get this here in the middle of the desert southwest of the USA,
as we say,
ONLY IN HAWAII !
It's pork, chicken or in a rare occasion beef, with a piece of fish, wrapped in Taro or Luau (loo aw) leaves and then tied up in to a neat bundle with Ti leaves, steamed for quite some time and then very carefully unwrapped and served with poi, Kalua Pork and countless other side dishes of one's choice...
this is my dream meal ...
next plate (the deluxe) purple sweet potato, lau lau, one scoop rice, kalua pig
and lomi lomi and lastly my all time weakness, Squid luau...
OH MAN THAT"S ONO (good) !
Your turn @French Friespost #296 of 6263/25/14 at 7:52pmpost #297 of 6263/25/14 at 8:14pm
This was served up at our favorite Hawaiian food restaurant in Honolulu, Young's Fish Market ... not from my kitchen (I wish) ...
other wise, yes mjb, there'd be
TWO SCOOPS RICE WITH GRAVY ALL OVER (that's OMG! in my world)
we hope to 'go home' next year!post #298 of 6263/25/14 at 9:33pmpost #299 of 6263/25/14 at 9:49pmpost #300 of 6263/25/14 at 10:23pmQuote:
Not Polish as far as I know. To me it's a very typical French dish, maybe other countries have some sort of equivalent dishes. It's usually served for dinner. The mushrooms are optional (I usually don't use any).
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