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Chrisnutjob 9:43 Mon Oct 10
Roast beef & Horseradish
Who's idea was that?

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Mr Kenzo 4:24 Mon Oct 17
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Marmite on Roast Potatoes :)

SnarestoneIron 4:05 Mon Oct 17
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HP sauce for me :-)

Mr Anon 4:00 Mon Oct 17
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does anyone put vinegar on their greens on a roast? everyone recoils in horror when I do but all my family do it.

when I ask how is it much different than mint sauce I get no valid answer!

Council Scum 3:51 Mon Oct 17
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violator 4:09 Thu Oct 13
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Mint sauce goes on any roast

Agreed

Queens Fish Bar 5:13 Sat Oct 15
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Love Horseradish.

My father used to grow it and make horseradish sauce.

Eye watering if you're not careful.

ironsofcanada 4:24 Thu Oct 13
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Shall we throw wasabi in the mix?

Most of the time in the West it is just horseradish anyway.

Admiral Lard 4:20 Thu Oct 13
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It's just a hot mustard and far too good for the likes of you

violator 4:09 Thu Oct 13
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Mint sauce goes on any roast

Mike Oxsaw 7:03 Wed Oct 12
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I've always seen condiments such as mustard/horseradish, mint sauce & apple sauce as digestive aids - they each add something to the meat so that it is easier to break down.

"Wisdom" handed down to me from my mother and aunts in my younger years and reinforced by a lodger I once had who happened to be a top-notch, possibly even Cordon Bleu qualified, chef.

daveyg 11:15 Tue Oct 11
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Too much.
Agreed, found some in a country road.
Lightly scraped the mud off then started chopping, my God how extreme.
My eyes FFS.
They should give it to Russian soldiers to peel before going into battle, the war would be over in a couple of days

ironsofcanada 10:40 Tue Oct 11
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There is a late 1600s private (not published) recipe for "Cucumber Catchup” which called for “a handful of scraped horseradish” to “every quart of the Liquor.”

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:32 Tue Oct 11
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yogib 6:36 Tue Oct 11

'I like Lamb with Mint Sauce, but I mix my Mint Sauce with Vinegar'

What is in your mint sauce besides vinegar, mint and a bit of sugar? That's just extra vinegary mint sauce you've got there

Hammer and Pickle 9:20 Tue Oct 11
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Doh!

Use a blender!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmsvizSBWoY&ab_channel=AnkaGotuje

riosleftsock 8:50 Tue Oct 11
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Horseradish should be shaved or if grating, freeze it first

Hammer and Pickle 8:25 Tue Oct 11
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TMTY

I can confirm grating horseradish is like the Battle of Ypres.

NEVER AGAIN

ironsofcanada 8:24 Tue Oct 11
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collyrob 7:58 Tue Oct 11

I did find an Irish manuscript recipe the other day from the 18th century. It had a recipe for "Artificial Coffee" - close to my area of interest.

You burn bread, grind it up and add boiling water.

Too Much Too Young 8:18 Tue Oct 11
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I've grown and grated my own for sauce now and again.

If you think chopping onions are bad for the mince pies, fuck me, grating horseradish fucks all over that..

ironsofcanada 8:07 Tue Oct 11
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It was an offshoot of work.


But a little bit of culture and history hardly worth getting all emogee about.

icwhs 8:05 Tue Oct 11
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Horseradish is as putrid as English mustard

collyrob 7:58 Tue Oct 11
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ironsofcanada 7:43 Tue Oct 11
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RM10 7:23 Tue Oct 11

Depends on the ketchup

I made a mushroom ketchup from an 18th century recipe, very nice on a lot of things.




Fucking hell😂😂

ironsofcanada 7:43 Tue Oct 11
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RM10 7:23 Tue Oct 11

Depends on the ketchup

I made a mushroom ketchup from an 18th century recipe, very nice on a lot of things.

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