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May 19th, 2024 at 10:34pm

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Done a couple of lamb shanks in a tomato base with smashed spud with old man salt bush and a side of warrigal greens.

Very nice meal. Cheers Robert

 

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Reply #1 - May 20th, 2024 at 5:05am

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Hi Robert
Hope you enjoyed your meal.
Thank you for the photograph
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Winter food  hmmm
That's why I love colder weather.
Looks good Robert.
 

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Of all casseroles, lamb shanks have to be up there with the best of them and that sure looks good.

Have never tried the warrigal greens.  Do they taste similar to silverbeet or English spinach??
 

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Derek I reckon they are better than spinach and need less cooking.

I just cut at the base of the leaf and steam then a little bit of olive oil and lemon juice.

Have used then in omelet, scramble eggs and pizza. Not that wraped on eating raw.

Have also used the Salt bush on pizza and will pace them with the potatoes while steam next time instead of adding while mashing. Cheers Robert.
 
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I have just bought some seeds I will see how they go up here.
 
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I have one plant and it is going crazy, cheers
 
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