Bankside Cooking - Fillet of Beef

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Nice One

A nice looking recipe and easy to do on a single burner on the bank.

I'll be giving that a try on the next overnight session.

The only criticism is that there is no Creme Fraiche needed, as we all know how much Wol loves it . . . . . . . .
 

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Didn't think of that . . . . .

but on the plus side, you've got some olives to flick at people when you've finished.
Good idea. I actually dislike olives, so I was thinking of a substitute; a little sliced courgette for example?

I do like these bankside recipes though, and it probably gives the "Pot Noodle" brigade a few things to think about - how can anyone eat that stuff?
 

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With cooking like that you would soon have a lot of bivvy friends......yum-yum
 

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My Dad took that picture and I was there ..................
 

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Scott wil be very please with your comments chaps.

I was thinking, the fillet of beef might be a wee bit expensive for may people, but a nice ribeye or sirloin even might cook just as well for about a third of the price.
 

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I must say you Carp and big fish boys know how to eat on the bank,why only the other week when I was packing up the lads in a nearby bivvy invited me to stick around for a spit roast ,I explained that my my wife would have tea ready when I got home and left.
sometimes my faith in humanity is restored :w
 

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I must say you Carp and big fish boys know how to eat on the bank,why only the other week when I was packing up the lads in a nearby bivvy invited me to stick around for a spit roast ,I explained that my my wife would have tea ready when I got home and left.
sometimes my faith in humanity is restored :w

Sure it was food they asking you to stay for??? ;)
 

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Wol ...Ive been down to deepest darkest Kent to see Lee and family and signed him up for FM that post was me showing him how it worked :D
 

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Come on lads, if i've told you once I've told you a million times,don't exagerate!
Anyway who said anything about boiling?
Not the chef.
I like raw carrots, I like al dente carrots, I don't like half cooked carrots.
As for Jason, well that's another matter:D
 

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the fillet of beef might be a wee bit expensive for may people, but a nice ribeye . . . . .
Jeff,

I just checked out the price of Ribeye Steak in my local Waitrose - £32.95 per kilo.

My daughter loves Ribeye steak so I'll probably be out in the garden (under the umbrella) this evening trying to keep the B-B-Q going in the rain.

Regarding the recipe though, it would be a good help to give indicative cooking times for the various stages.
 
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