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IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:03:13

Number three joint, after the gammon and chicken, this is what I did with the brisket.

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:12:09

Brisket with smoky chilli beans, tortilla chips, sour cream etc.

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:13:34

French onion soup

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:15:05

Brisket yuk sung.

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:16:00

Brisket ragu

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:17:20

Brisket and mushroom stroganoff, broccoli and rice

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:18:15

French dip baguettes

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:19:52

Curry night.
Bottom left, brisket bhuna.

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 27-Feb-16 21:21:15

Right sorry, bottom right.
Next up is either pork leg or lamb shoulder, not quite decided.

AttitcusFinchIsMyFather Sun 28-Feb-16 11:47:29

Wow, fantastic!

SealSong Sun 28-Feb-16 11:50:57

Good going!
So, how many people did that feed per meal, and how much was the initial joint of meat?
And how did you cook it?

I love your curry platter.

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 28-Feb-16 11:54:40

It was £8.38.
I slow cooked it with a load of sliced onions, which became the French onion soup, each meal had two servings, one each for 14yr old Dd and me.

Gatekeeper Sun 28-Feb-16 12:08:26

I am not fit to stand before you....

Gatekeeper Sun 28-Feb-16 12:09:10

I love everything you've done and I esp like the idea of the metal platter dish for the curry night. Where did you get it?

MangosteenSoda Sun 28-Feb-16 12:11:52

You are my heroine! I love your food threads. I want to eat every one of those dishes - they look so professionally presented. Even when my food tastes lovely, it still looks very DIY.

bimandbam Sun 28-Feb-16 12:16:16

Wow they all look fantastic and really professional. I think I have done well if I remember to freeze leftovers for my mum!

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 28-Feb-16 12:34:27

Thank you, I'm just a home cook, but I love playing about in the kitchen and meal planning.
I got the curry dish from Amazon.

hereiamagain22 Sun 28-Feb-16 13:54:39

How did you make the French onion soup, please?

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 28-Feb-16 15:32:57

In this case it was just the onions and stock from the meat, but if making from scratch I use Delias recipe.

SealSong Sun 28-Feb-16 15:50:14

That is seriously impressive, Brillo!

Love the presentation of the dishes too. You should write a blog or something.

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 28-Feb-16 16:01:41

I had one, I got bored with it!
There's so many out there that unless it's really brilliant not many people read them, and what I really wanted was to chat about food and share ideas and that wasn't happening.
I belong to a few FB groups now to chat/share photos etc, have even made friends that way.

hereiamagain22 Sun 28-Feb-16 18:11:20

Thanks, we often have slow cooker brisket but never thought of doubling it up with onion soup, great idea.

I love the way you present your meals. They look so appealing!

oldlaundbooth Tue 01-Mar-16 01:27:22

Brillo, do you have a blog? (and another cool username that I can please have)

oldlaundbooth Tue 01-Mar-16 01:28:47

Just seen your comment up thread, couldn't see it on phone.

You should do threads like these more often, very inspiring.

Iwasbornin1993 Tue 01-Mar-16 01:32:49

Love this thread Brillo - every single dish looks so tasty! Would love to see more of your ideas for inspiration, please post again when you do your next joint smile.

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