Monday, March 14, 2016

Adventure aplenty!

A Chronicle of Olde England

By Edward M. Turner

Ribaldry tends to disguise a harsh existence. In 1056 England, there are no humane set of laws, no benign constitution, no protection for the masses (or the mighty) except might makes right and the practiced sleight of hand. The narration is Rabelaisian with overtones, always, of the darkness of life when the drinking ends, the money runs out and payment is due.

An Eppie Winning Novel.

Marmite MinceMarmite Mince

Marmite Mince


4 servings293 cals



  1. Melt the butter in a rounf skillet medium heat. Add the onions, and fry until soft. Crumble in the ground beef; cook and stir until evenly browned. Push all of the beef and onion out to the sides, leaving a pool of butter in the center. Add the yeast spread to the pool, and mix until dissolved. Stir into the ground beef.
  2. Mix in the paprika, and bouillon cubes. The mixture will start to become sticky and bind together. Mix in the water and gravy mix. It will be sticky at first. Just stir and bring to a simmer, and it is ready to serve.

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