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The food of LOVE – RUMP STEAK IN RED WINE SAUCE

 Here’s another recipe for red-blooded beef aficionados.

RUMP STEAK IN RED WINE SAUCE

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2 x rump steaks (approximately 150g)

1 onion

1 clove garlic

1 anchovy fillet

1 level tbsp. chopped parsley

½tsp each dried rosemary and thyme

3 tsps lemon juice

25g butter

Salt and freshly ground black pepper

Pinch of ground paprika

150ml water

13g plain flour

100ml red wine

1 tbsp single cream

1 Peel and finely chop the onion and garlic. Drain and finely chop the anchovy

2 Mix the onion, garlic, anchovy, parsley, rosemary, thyme and lemon juice and rub this mixture into the steaks. Cover and leave to absorb the flavours for 3-4 hours.

3 Melt the butter in a pan and fry the steaks for ten minutes, over a low heat, turning just once. Season with salt and pepper and keep hot in a warm oven.

4 To make the sauce, add the water to the pan and stir, scraping up all the residue. Blend the flour with the wine and add to the sauce, and whisk with a small balloon whisk to get rid of any lumps.

5 Bring the sauce to the boil, then lower the heat and simmer for a couple of minutes over a low heat. Season the sauce with salt, pepper and paprika and stir in the cream. Serve the steaks with the sauce handed separately.
OK that’s something to get all hot and sweaty about indeed. Best with a friend. And a bottle of red too.

The food of LOVE – DEVILLED KING PRAWNS

Valentine’s Day Italian style supper recipes
Love and Linguini

Amore et Anti-pasta

DEVILLED KING PRAWNS

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Italian style Valentine’s supper recipes

By WMNHFinch  |  Posted: February 12, 2016

Create a Roman style Valentine’s supper


DEVILLED KING PRAWNS

Serves 2

150g peeled, cooked, king prawns

Juice of half a lemon

Salt and freshly ground black pepper

Dash of chilli sauce

Pinch of caster sugar

1 tbsp olive oil

1 or 2 shallots

1 clove garlic

1 200gl tin plum tomatoes

½ tsp dried oregano

¼ tsp dried basil

75ml stock

20g butter

1 tbsp brandy

Chopped parsley for garnish

1 Spread the prawns out in a shallow, non-metallic dish, and sprinkle over the lemon juice, a good grind of pepper and a dash or two of chilli sauce, mix well, cover with clingfilm and set aside for half an hour to allow the flavours to develop.

2 Meanwhile peel and finely chop the shallot. Peel and crush the garlic clove. Then roughly chop up the tinned tomatoes.

3 Heat in a saucepan and sauté off the shallot and garlic until the shallot has softened, stir in the tomatoes and cook, stirring for ten minutes. Season with salt, freshly ground black pepper, a dash of chilli sauce, pinch of sugar, and the herbs. Stir in the stock and cook for a further ten minutes, then lower the heat as much as possible to keep the sauce hot, but do not allow it to boil.

4 Heat the butter in a frying pan, Wrain the prawns and pat dry with kitchen paper, and fry, stirring all the time until lightly golden all over. Remove from the heat, pour over the brandy and set alight. Once the flames have died down put the prawns into two individual shallow bowls and pour over the tomato sauce. Scatter with parsley and serve with crusty bread.

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More tomorrow – it’s a meat dish. Beef.

Carlton; Pizza – A Slice Of Heaven Revisted

Thanks to William Hargreaves for this contribution.

Levine takes his pizza seriously. He consumed over a thousand slices in twelve months, in twenty states and several countries. The result of this journey, Pizza a Slice of Heaven, is a volume dedicated to America’s favorite food.

He reviews all manner of Carlton Pizza. He tries the fantastic as well as the mediocre. He begins his quest at the source of all Carlton pizza in Australia, Italy. He samples pizza from the East to the West Coast and many places in between. His focus is on pizza so memorable that his heart pounds just thinking about it. Levine has developed his own rubric for rating pizza. He notes the criterion is the fuel source, the oven, the crust, the mozzarella, the sauce and the balance.

This book is more than just a review of great pizza. Within these pages are adventurous tales filled with pizza obsession, passion, heartbreak, and enlightenment. You will even find a cure for the dreaded Pizza Burn. Pizza Burn occurs when searing hot cheese meets the unprotected roof of your mouth. He also includes a pizza recipe for the home cook. Ed Levine has done his homework.

I recommend Pizza: A Slice of Heaven! Without hesitation or reservation. This is a wonderful book for anyone who ever enjoyed a pizza. Levine does not sugar coat any of his reviews or recommendations. The book is totally opinionated and therein lies its charm.

Carlton Pizza is healthy. Since you are making your own pizza, you have total control over the ingredients used. I encourage you to use the freshest ingredients available. The old standards, pepperoni, sausage, tomato sauce, and various cheeses, like mozzarella, make excellent toppings for pizza. There are many vegetables that can be used for pizza as well, including fresh garlic, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, onions, mushrooms and zucchini. Fresh seafood such as shrimp and clams can also compliment your pizza. Experiment. You will create new taste sensations. You are only limited to your imagination when deciding what to put on your pizza.

You will save lots of money. You will be amazed at how economical it is to make your own pizza. The actual price of putting together a quality pizza at home is much cheaper than buying at a pizzeria. One way to save money is by purchasing ingredients on sale. You can multiply your savings by obtaining items in bulk at a food discount warehouse. For example some items like mozzarella cheese can be purchased in bulk. Use what you need, and freeze the rest to be used the next time you make pizza. The savings of buying your ingredients in bulk is substantial.

Making pizza is fun. Pizza can be a wonderful group activity. When you make pizza, you can get everyone around you involved in some part of the process. Pizza is also an enjoyable family activity. All kids love making pizza. Pizza is a fun activity which can be enjoyed not only by families but by singles as well. When you make pizza, you make magic happen.

Still not convinced you can make Carlton Pizza? Here are some steps you can take to painlessly, create your own pizza. Start with a frozen shell purchased at a supermarket. This is a good way to begin to learn how to make your own pizza. You are in complete control of what toppings you will use.

So jump up and get into it. It’s totally up to you what you do. If you only want to call us for a home-delivery, that’s OK too.