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Re: Food, Glorious Food

Postby Little John » January 23rd, 2016, 4:51 pm

Yeah but how do you scrape out the pips? Surely they are integrated with the flesh.


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Re: Food, Glorious Food

Postby SRD » January 24th, 2016, 7:53 am

By the time the oranges are cooked you can easily scrape out all the flesh, pips, membranes and pith with a spoon, the whole lot (less the skin) then goes into the cooking juice to be strained out after boiling.
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Re: Food, Glorious Food

Postby Little John » January 24th, 2016, 10:38 am

Oh! So you don't discard the pips. They just go in with the wash.
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Re: Food, Glorious Food

Postby SRD » January 25th, 2016, 7:48 am

Correct, they add pectin for setting.
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The Anvil Inn, Pimperne

Postby SRD » September 23rd, 2016, 7:51 am

I know it's unlikely anyone here will get there but we had an excellent meal at The Anvil Inn at Pimperne yesterday lunchtime, wood pigeon, bacon & pistachio terrine followed by rabbit friccassée with girolles, barley & carrots and a vanilla pannacotta with the last of the season's strawberries (MrsSRD had strawberry cheesecake), we shared a cheeseboard with half a dozen mainly local cheeses in perfect condition. All the food is prepped on the premises, and was excellent. Beer & wine was Ok (It's a Hall & Woodhouse house), service was a tad slow but there were only two people f.o.h covering the bar, two dining rooms and the garden as well as booking in residents, two should have been enough but it's a large inn and the handful of customers were dotted all over the place, also we spent a lot of time chatting with the owner/chef.
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