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Cabbage in Sour Cream

Mmmmm – I don’t often swear in the cookblog but this was bloody delicious.  It was a case of having half a cabbage and some sour cream to use up and I looked in the “Come Into the Kitchen Cookbook” and there it was.  White wine vinegar – the secret ingredient.  This is what Vincent and Mary’s version looked like (top left of the picture).

That’s Mexican Beef at the bottom, looks good doesn’t it?  I might have a go at this one, even though I have no idea what makes it Mexican after looking at the recipe.
I am listening to the football on the radio.  I admit, this is partially because I am interested in someone who is interested in football, but I wish to state right here that I LIKE FOOTBALL.  I have been to a fair amount of football matches, I have played football myself (which gave me a whole new perspective on it) and I like watching it on TV.  So I knew tonight’s game (Manchester United v Manchester City) was a big deal.

I’ve really enjoyed listening to it on Five Live but I’ve been a bit shocked at the misogyny of one of the commentators who has been really snide about a woman commentator in the press box.  One of his comments was: “The lady journalist has tapped a few words into her i-pad”.  Honestly.  Some men like knitting, some women like football.  Get over it!

Blime – that’ s my doppelganger on the far left there!

Recipe from: Come Into the Kitchen Cookbook

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About Jenny Hammerton

I am a film archivist living in London, making film star fodder and writing about movie stars and their recipes in my spare time. My main website is at www.silverscreensuppers.com - over there I record my attempts to cook the favourite dishes of the greatest film stars of Hollywood's Golden Era - 10 years of nonsense and counting!

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