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TheRealTMA

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@TheRealTMA, last week +1 and I had a steak each at the Broken Hill Outback Resort. Sirloin for $33. It was 10/10.

Not steak, but these lamb shanks have been slow cooking for hours and hours in a sauce containing about a half bottle of red. View attachment 276670
Only half a bottle? Mine uses a whole bottle of Merlot ( good use for it I suggest).

 

Brissy1

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Pepper, gift from the gods.
My supermarket grinder has run out, I've peppercorns but my grinder has gone (I think somehow traveled interstate).

So I put peppercorns in my smallest mortar and pestle and Wow! Fantastic aromas.

I suppose pepper grinders are really only "cutters", like the cheap coffee "grinders" which cut not grind and don't do the beans/peppercorns justice. Shouldn't have taken all my life to realise this but anyway better late than never. So thought I'd share.
 
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