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October 6, 2010


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We are surrounded by chestnut woods, but for some inexplicable reason there are not as many as usual. There are still some of course, it just means we have to walk further to get a decent haul. I always make my Christma stuffing roundabout this time of year and put it in the freezer. Check here for the recipe and some others: http://pathtoselfsufficiency.blogspot.com/2008/10/some-things-to-do-with-chestnuts.html


Morning Heiko, that is a great idea! Makes for one less thing to think about in trying to get the Christmas meal together too. Those are some great recipes - I was thinking of trying to make a spread but didn't have a recipe. I love the Bonne Maman chestnut 'jam' and I bet homemade is even better!


Nice creel!


Thanks! :)


It looks delicious, and what a great way to use up the last of this and a bit of that left from the garden!


Thanks, it does make for something a little different to use those veg (other than soup)!


I'm not a carnivore that has to eat meat everyday, I'm looking forward to trying this recipe.


Thanks, I hope you like it! I found I didn't really miss the meat at all!


Worchestire isn't vegetarian, but still looks declious!


Oh that's right, I completely forgot it has anchovies in it, apologies! It can always be left out! Though I suppose I should re-name it a 'Meatless Shepherd's Pie' so as not to be misleading. Thanks!

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