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Oh well, at least you got it even if it was just in time. I hesitate to ask, is it working?
I usually fry it and we have it with a mixed grill. As a child, OH used to have his boiled and then smothered in ketchup.
Today I'm doing ours in the oven bit of the microwave alongside hash browns, serving it with a fried egg, grilled tomatoes (or maybe oven cooked alongside the black pud and hash browns), some baked beans and a bit of toast.
Urgh, Barry, in a salad..cold??
I cook OH's pieces (I don't like it) by shallow-frying in a butter/oil mix. Our local butcher sells whole ones or will cut slices. Usually with saus., bacon & eggs for a cholesterol-boosting treat.
Incidentally, now that MrJ2 has reached 90, the GP has stopped his steroids - says he's had all the good he's likely to get from them. Over the last few years it seems that he's 'grown out of' being liable for lots of diseases - or so we're told.
Retrocop - that all sounds horrendous. At least Mrs. Retro knows her way around the systems- I think you once said she was a nurse. It's taken us 3 hrs. on the phone today to actually get an answer from York Hospital regarding an appointment. The NHS isn't fit for purpose.