[identity profile] pegkerr.livejournal.com
Hi, I just found this community. I've posted this recipe at Good Eating Hobbits, but thought I'd post it here, too.

I went for lunch recently at St. Martin's Table, a local church-run vegetarian restaurant which donates all tips to charities, and had a delicious bowl of Bilbo's Underground Stew. Yes, it was really called that. It was so good I asked to get the recipe and they gave it to me: enough to serve 60 people! However I was lucky enough to find the recipe for Bilbo's Underground Stew online here! And you can set it for as many or as few servings as you would like! This is the recipe as it serves six:

Bilbo's Underground Stew )
[identity profile] pegkerr.livejournal.com
Hi, I just found this community. I've posted this recipe at Good Eating Hobbits, but thought I'd post it here, too.

I went for lunch recently at St. Martin's Table, a local church-run vegetarian restaurant which donates all tips to charities, and had a delicious bowl of Bilbo's Underground Stew. Yes, it was really called that. It was so good I asked to get the recipe and they gave it to me: enough to serve 60 people! However I was lucky enough to find the recipe for Bilbo's Underground Stew online here! And you can set it for as many or as few servings as you would like! This is the recipe as it serves six:

Bilbo's Underground Stew )
[identity profile] baisleac.livejournal.com
If you hadn't heard, it's been raining in SoCal as if it's pretending to be Western Washington, without the firs or drainage and with people who think they're made of sugar and will melt if they're out in it. ::chuckle::

But it's perfect stew/soup weather so I was thinking Irish Mulligan Stew sounded yummy. Henry's Marketplace interefered with my plans. ::grin:: This store has an awesome selection of bulk grains and lamb shanks and lamb ribs and lamb chops and lamb roasts and leg of lamb and... well, you get the idea, lots of lamb. ♥ ♥ ♥

Anyhoo... what I ended up making was really nothing like Mulligan stew but was very yummy and sounds "hobbity" to me, so I thought I'd share the recipe. Barley, Lamb & Pippin Stew )
[identity profile] baisleac.livejournal.com
If you hadn't heard, it's been raining in SoCal as if it's pretending to be Western Washington, without the firs or drainage and with people who think they're made of sugar and will melt if they're out in it. ::chuckle::

But it's perfect stew/soup weather so I was thinking Irish Mulligan Stew sounded yummy. Henry's Marketplace interefered with my plans. ::grin:: This store has an awesome selection of bulk grains and lamb shanks and lamb ribs and lamb chops and lamb roasts and leg of lamb and... well, you get the idea, lots of lamb. ♥ ♥ ♥

Anyhoo... what I ended up making was really nothing like Mulligan stew but was very yummy and sounds "hobbity" to me, so I thought I'd share the recipe. Barley, Lamb & Pippin Stew )
[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com
This is a ground beef (or lamb or turkey) dish that can be flavored any way you'd like, as hot as you'd like. *Warning!!!* I pretty much don't make it the same way twice, so if cooking by the seat of your pants bothers you, this recipe is not for you. But it's REALLY good!...and easy

Kima )
[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com
This is a ground beef (or lamb or turkey) dish that can be flavored any way you'd like, as hot as you'd like. *Warning!!!* I pretty much don't make it the same way twice, so if cooking by the seat of your pants bothers you, this recipe is not for you. But it's REALLY good!...and easy

Kima )
[identity profile] not-fledged-yet.livejournal.com
This week my home city of Calgary hosts the Stampede, a one-week long celebration of our Western/Cowboy heritage and "The Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth". Normally Calgary is a fairly buttoned-down business-oriented city but for one week we cut loose, dress in cowboy duds, and eat free Pancake Breakfasts at various locations across the city.

In honour of Stampede Week, I just cooked up a classic cowboy dish that I thought I'd share with you all.

Pork and Beans
6 slices of pork side or thick-cut bacon, cut into pieces
1 onion, chopped
2 cans of beans
chopped fresh cilantro

Cook the pork and onion together until the onion is translucent and the pork and onion have cooked down. I did this by covering the pot and stirring occasionally. Add the beans and cook covered over low heat for about ten minutes. I used beans in maple syrup (another Canadian specialty, though not from the West). Stir in cilantro and serve with sourdough bread.
[identity profile] not-fledged-yet.livejournal.com
This week my home city of Calgary hosts the Stampede, a one-week long celebration of our Western/Cowboy heritage and "The Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth". Normally Calgary is a fairly buttoned-down business-oriented city but for one week we cut loose, dress in cowboy duds, and eat free Pancake Breakfasts at various locations across the city.

In honour of Stampede Week, I just cooked up a classic cowboy dish that I thought I'd share with you all.

Pork and Beans
6 slices of pork side or thick-cut bacon, cut into pieces
1 onion, chopped
2 cans of beans
chopped fresh cilantro

Cook the pork and onion together until the onion is translucent and the pork and onion have cooked down. I did this by covering the pot and stirring occasionally. Add the beans and cook covered over low heat for about ten minutes. I used beans in maple syrup (another Canadian specialty, though not from the West). Stir in cilantro and serve with sourdough bread.

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