Spraying the Rays

The Alternative Radiographer

19 November 2006

This Week's Recipe


Ooo-er madam!

Hello Readers!

Patients often ask me, "What does a top international class radiographer and guitar legend have for his dinner?"

To which I reply, "How the hell would I know?"

But in response to an earlier query from Gentleman Mike ("I Shall Blog Again"), here is a recipe I apparently promised some weeks ago. It seems that some posts on this blog are not being published by Blogger for reasons of national security. This was one of them, so let's hope for the best this time!

BUTTERNUT SQUASH AND SAUSAGE BAKE

The perfect autumn meal! Serve with mashed potatoes and green veggies of your choice.

For a one-dish meal, add 2 large chopped potatoes to the recipe and serve with crusty bread.

Serves 4

That bloody dog...


400 g sausages (preferably with herbs), cut into 3 chunks
1 medium butternut squash, peeled and cut into large bit- sized chunks
2 onions, peeled and sliced into rings
2 tablespoons chopped fresh sage, or 1.5 teaspoons dried
1 tablespoon fresh rosemary, or 1 teaspoon dried
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste

Preheat your oven to 190°C/375°F/gas mark 5. In a large bowl, combine the sausages, squash, onions, herbs and olive oil. Season to taste with salt and pepper and mix well. Transfer the mixture to a large casserole dish or baking tray, so that everything is in one layer. Bake for between 40 and 60 minutes, stirring once, until the sausages are cooked and the edges of the vegetables have browned.

Stray Photon recommends a bottle of ale as a companion. It goes well with the meal, too.

from the Abel and Cole website

and as a vegetarian alternative:

On a completely unrelated topic, several correspondents have not asked me if there are any Interweb sites where my earlier career as "Hairfix", a late 70's/early 80's punk rock/New Romantic hero in the Siberian village of Hull is documented.

No.

Hope this helps

Stray


Readers: If you are fortunate enough to have a copy of Mrs Wilson's Children, you're "Quids In"! Record collectors are prepared to pay up to 37p for examples in good condition. And I've got 2! (TWO)

Next week: Dirty Bombs part 3;

8 Comments:

At 2:11 am, November 20, 2006, Anonymous D. Smith of Norwich said...

Nar then young fella, I was just about to ask about the recipe meself as it appens. It's 2 a.m. and I'm off into the kitchen to knock it up. I'll let you know how it turns out. Now, where's me squash...

 
At 8:58 am, November 20, 2006, Anonymous nigel worthington from the norwich labour exchange said...

I don't know what all the fuss is about regarding all this hoity cuisine. I've just been sacked from McDonalds for gobbing on the griddle. Now I'm hoping to manage the Gordon Ramsay youth team. Let's be 'aving ya...

 
At 12:55 pm, November 20, 2006, Anonymous d. smith of norwich said...

Bleaurggh! That was sh#te. Should I have put the jelly in? Oh I'm crap at this cooking lark me.

 
At 12:56 pm, November 20, 2006, Anonymous campaign for honest blogging said...

Is nobody using their real names here?

 
At 12:14 am, November 21, 2006, Anonymous I do like to be beside the seaside said...

Ooooohhh if only they were all so manly in their culinary approach!

 
At 9:40 pm, November 22, 2006, Anonymous Spokesperson for the Eastern Daily Press said...

Asked what strategy they had for the forthcoming home match against Hull on Saturday, new manager Peter Grant, pointed at the restaurant, "We send up there for a courtesy lunch before the match," he said. "Delia always sorts it for us."

 
At 9:49 pm, November 22, 2006, Anonymous spokesman for hull daily splurdge said...

as long as it comes wi' chips we're 'appy...


like.

 
At 10:57 pm, November 22, 2006, Blogger Stray Photon said...

Tha's a cheeky bugger...

 

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