Very well spotted !!
It was very nice,
I would eat Haggis once a week.
Have to say your meal looked pretty good.
Cousin from Inverness got his haggis from Dingwall,
Mine came from Asda.
I used to live around the corner from MacSween's of Edinburgh, one of the most famous haggis producers. Their haggis is great.
This gluten free thing is becoming quite an issue these days, More and more of our friends need to avoid it.
btw Crabbies alcoholic ginger beer is gluten free and our spar has gluten free Stella Artois.
Something to console yourself with ?
@stannard @fitheach Thanks, beer is def. A biggie but there are now koads od dedixated G.F. beer producers because its big business.
As we tell the catering establishments, if you can't cater for the one coeliac in a group then you loose the entire group!
I'm the fortunate one as I am fine with gluten but am out in solidarity with my wife. Its easier than trying to keep things separate...two toasters, separate chopping boards etc etc
@fitheach This is a regular for us also.
I find you have to ramp up the Bolognese seasoning to compensate for the relatively bland courgetti but I find it a fitting replacement for the carbs.
Tend to get hungry again quite quickly though.
Yeah, but, the "relatively bland" courgetti is a whole lot more tasty than (almost) tasteless spaghetti. Plus, I cook it in a lot of butter.
@fitheach How do you deal with the loads of water rgat comes out if the courgetti?
Since we , as I have said before, have to use gluten free spaghetti, it's actually ine if the success stories if the G.F. adventure and is tastier than the 'normal' alternative. Its made from maize and rice flour's so slightly more flavour, and we are talking very slightly here before you rush out to stock up 😁
I take your point though, we do like our spiralizer 😁
Butter is your kitchen friend!
@Jkp Maybe these could be an alternative, too.
Heavy pan, high heat, no lid, butter, and cook the courgetti quickly. A little liquid comes out, which evaporates quickly. The remaining liquid is trapped in the courgetti.
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