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November 26, 2007

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Maeve

Sar - I'll be trying out those beetroot crips - they sound yum.

BrianMol

The parsnips sound lovely as do the beetroot.....interesting stuff.

Sarah

Yeah, they're both quite sweet and are perfect with chicken.

Laura

At least I'd be able to eat the beetroot crisps, sigh...

I think I'll have to come take a look at that pig next week. Purely for educational purposes of course.

Sarah

Laura, this is a meal fit for a vegetarian queen if you leave out the chicken - the maple roast parsnips are delicious. I'll have something for you later in the week...

Jen

Argh, my comment disappeared last night. Very excited about the maple parsnips, one of my favourite vegetables.

Had the poppies and saussies with caramelsied red onion gravy last night, yummy, thnaks for the inspiration!

Sarah

Jen, that's great to hear, can't beat the red onion jam!!!

Maz

Wow, how did I miss the Pig on a spit in the Market, I'll have to wait two weeks to see it now!! That roast chicken looks delicious Sarah, i love parsnips as well and those beetroot crips look very interesting!

lorraine@italianfoodies

I too will have to get myself into the market to see this pig, sounds yum!! Nothing like roast chicken, I'm not a big parsnips lover but I could be converted with these. They always remind me of my mother's "bad" Irish stew:)

Eimear

Very impressed with this blog, great ideas, will defo be watching for more
Thanks
Eimear

Sarah

Girls,I'm not sure if the pig was a one off to mark the opening of the farm shop but it's a great idea. There's a huge variety of cooked foods on sale there at the moment. The next thing i'll try is the Korean sushi.

squid

The thread title made me think of this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XIUWo5hZTU

if that is Sunday dinner, I can't wait to see Christmas dinner.

Sarah

Squid, that's funny; that song ALWAYS makes me think of Sunday dinner! My mum won't let me near the kitchen on Christmas Day so you'll just have to wait for something creative with leftovers.

Deborah

Welcome to the Irish Food Blogosphere! ;-) Great menu... parsnips sound amazing! I've added you to the blogroll - look forward to reading more!

Sarah

Thanks Deborah! The parsnips are very tasty alright, be sure to try out the beetroot too, I think beetroot has a bit of a bad name so we'll try and change that. I saw Rachel Allen had it featured last night.

Maggie

Hey babes,
Blog looks fantastic, the market is going to be manic tomorrow with people queing to see that pig. As you know i don't cook but i ll definately be over some night to try out the treats. Engineering is definately going to be put on the shelf!!

Maeve

I'll be putting some of that leftover turkey to good use this Christmas - thanks x

squid

Squid, that's funny; that song ALWAYS makes me think of Sunday dinner! My mum won't let me near the kitchen on Christmas Day so you'll just have to wait for something creative with leftovers.

I come from a family of fifteen, the concept of leftovers is alien to me :D

monique

I think I'll try this one next, seeing as i'm in the land of maple syrup and all. d'Arcy makes a mean mustard chicken so it'll have to be good.

Sarah@lettersonlunches

Sounds like he has you spoiled with his cooking!!!

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