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Recipe For Red Wine Jus — 30 Comments

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  3. I too have a wonderful husband that has my tea ready for me within a matter of minutes after I wake up. Lucky us!

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    • Lucky us indeed 🙂

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  4. Haven’t had ostrich for a while now that you mentioned it…Your take on it looks yummy!

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    • Thanks Max 🙂

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  5. It certainly sounds idyllic, but I’m sure that’s because you’re viewing your life with positive and gratitude-filled eyes. Good for you, Tandy! 🙂

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    • Thank you Celia!

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  6. Can’t say I’ve ever tried ostrich (and I might be too scared to try it), but your recipe sure looks delicious. Sounds like the perfect place to live, by the way. Always nice to have some help in the kitchen too! 🙂

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    • Ostrich is a lovely lean meat with a low cholesterol. The help in the kitchen is most welcome 🙂

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  7. Your morning routine sounds so lovely! Reading in bed with coffee? Yes, please. And ostrich–so unique! Not sure you can even get that in the U.S.

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    • we do export a lot of ostrich, but I am not sure to where! I love my morning routine and need it 🙂

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      • Now I want to know where all this ostrich is going, haha

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        • I will have to do some research!

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  8. Ah, another clue as how you blog everyday and do so many recipes, Help! My husband barely knows where the coffee is. That is about all he knows about a kitchen except where crackers & cheese may be for a snack. Where the bread and toaster are along with the tomatoes for his sandwich he likes to eat everyday.
    I’d love to have a maid just once a week! I do all the cleaning, gardening yard up keep along with take care of my SH (surrogate husband) along with whomever else needs something.
    I guess I don’t feel so bad that I can’t blog everyday.
    I’ve never made Ostrich is is gamey?
    Keep writing your wonderful blogs.

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    • hi Bexx – some days when I have time I write up more than one post and then I have a stash for the mornings I am running late 🙂 Dave feeds the dogs which is why he makes coffee – the weekends are usually my turn. Your life sounds very busy indeed. Ostrich is not very gamey but needs the treatment game gets as it is not very tasty 🙂 Thanks for the complement, have a super weekend 🙂

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  9. Lovely post on gratitude. It sounds wonderful since I’ve had a bit of a hectic morning. Hubby loves your recipe too.

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    • thanks Tammy – hope the day quietens down and that you have a super weekend 🙂

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  10. Well if I want ostrich out here I will have to grow that too.. I will suggest it to Our John and report back on the horrified look he will get on his face.. excellent c

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    • hopefully the look on his face will not be accompanied by any of that language you so aptly described when the cow went corning!

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  11. What a lovely balanced day – but it´s good that you appreciate and enjoy what you have. Jealous of the coffee in bed! I like ostrich. Have only eaten it a couple of times in the UK, will have to look out for it on my next trip.

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    • I think Dave knows that without coffee I am not the nicest person 🙂

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  12. What a lovely daily routine you have Tandy. 😀
    We ate a lot of ostrich fillet before we relocated to Mauritius for a couple of years. It was one of the items on the shopping list when we returned – I cannot believe how incredibly expensive it has got!
    Have a happy day.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • this is a new item to my shopping basket Mandy 🙂 Enjoy your weekend!

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  13. Ostrich has to be in my top 2 favorite meats! I love how you can just be so simple with it and it has such a wow factor. Lovely recipe!!

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    • thanks Ange! I am getting used to the flavour 🙂

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  14. A sieve or a shoo foo? Friday greets to Dave 🙂 xxx

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    • or just a good chin wag! Friday greets back 🙂

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  15. As I am not a big red meat eater but do love chicken, ostrich is one of favourite red meats. Where can I get fresh juniper berries? Struggle to get them marinated or even dried! Tx for sharing your recipe with us 🙂

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    • I am not sure where to get fresh Juniper berries from – I usually get the whole dried ones – have you tried Giovanni’s? Have a great weekend 🙂

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