I highly recommend Brussels sprouts with bacon jam. Find a good recipe and make it. It'll make you cream your pants.
Fuck off, that looks insanely good.
Try corn flour or potato starch the next time this problem comes up. I prefer them for emergency thickening because you don't have to use as much, and they don't come with the "flour taste" of wheat flour.I ended up adding flour, which wasn't in the recipe to correct the thin gravy.
I've only tried it a little bit but I've had some luck with rice flour thickening taco meat/sauceToday's lunch was one of life's simple pleasures: Scrambled eggs with diced ham. Served with white sour-dough bread and mild gouda.
Try corn flour or potato starch the next time this problem comes up. I prefer them for emergency thickening because you don't have to use as much, and they don't come with the "flour taste" of wheat flour.
Stilton is one of the saving graces of English food. It is actually sad how much credit England does not get for cheese. Wensleydale, Cotswold, Double Gloucester, obviously Cheddar, but the vastly underrated Stilton, perhaps the best cheese in the world. I absolutely adore Huntsman, which is basically Double Gloucester layered with Stilton. It combines the mildness of Double Gloucester with the intense flavor of blue Stilton, and is unbelievably good. Fuck you, French people, you could be obliterated tomorrow and cheese would still be delicious.
Its very confusing till you read thats its from down under...I followed this recipe https://www.recipetineats.com/slow-cooker-red-wine-beef-cheeks/ using a instant pot