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LAMB AND IRISH GUINNESS SOUP Print E-mail
Written by MOTHER EARTH   
Monday, 11 February 2008 20:11

From 'mother earth' to 'Moo'  

'The Italian composer,Giuseppe Verdi,

gracefully attributed much of his inspiration

to the warming and sustaining effects

of a large bowl of cornish spring lamb soup'

 

PREARATION AND COOKING TIME 2HR

275g boned shoulder of lamb, finely diced Cornish spring lamb

2 tbl olive oil

2 medium onions finely chopped

2 pints of beef stock

1/2 pint Guinness

3 sticks of celery diced

3 carrots diced

50g pearl barley

110g red lentles

3 medium potatoes peeled and diced

pinch dried mixed herbs,salt ground black pepper

Heat oil and cook off onion, Brown off diced cornish lamb stir in stock and Guinness.

Add celery,carrots,barley and lentils. Partially coverand simmer for 1 hour stirring from time to time.

Add potatoes herbs seasoning and simmer for a further 15 min untill potatoes are tender.

serve with a dash of yoghurt and basil leaves.

Come to mother earth my little lambs!

 

 

 

 
Lambs! Print E-mail
Written by moo   
Sunday, 10 February 2008 22:03

To Mother Earth!

A message from 'Moo' to 'Mother Earth'.

A suggestions on these pair?!!

 
SEF Ltd Print E-mail
Written by Mel   
Sunday, 10 February 2008 21:15

New hobby!!

A very well known successful businessman and veg grower has decided to take up horse riding as his new hobby. Many who know him would have to see it to believe it so thought i had better show proof!

 

 

 
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Alison, Jago and Mary! Print E-mail
Written by Starjump1   
Sunday, 10 February 2008 17:02

 Alison, Jago and Mary!

Finally after a lot of hard work (normally during lessons with Mel!) and a new saddle things are finally coming together for Jago and me!  I have had lessons with Mel since Dec 06 to help me with my showjumping and flat work (I'm a self confessed 2'6" girl!) Mel's advice and help have turned our results around and I am now confidently jumping bigger courses (the horses could always do it!) Earlier in the winter Jago won the 3' class at Chyverton Park  Neeeeew saddle!!! I hope we can keep this up in the weeks to come. Today we competed at TWRC dressage and Jago won both the classes we entered one being a Novice test  the first time we have done one!  Without our recent lessons with Mel this would not of  happened not even sure I would of stayed in the arena!  and now Mary is back in work  after a long lay off watch this space!        Ps whose hairy arse is that? I had nightmares!!

Alison and Jago

 
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Great New Facility!! Print E-mail
Written by Mel Hennah   
Wednesday, 06 February 2008 21:10

Cornwall Therapy & Fitness


On the 1st February 2008, Cornwall Therapy & Fitness took over the management of the fitness suite, based in Hayle Community School. Situated independently within the school grounds, the fitness suit boasts numerous cardiovascular, resistance and free weights equipment as well as being able to utilise the school fields in dry weather.

Adrian Edwards who started up the business, has eight years full time experience working for the Cornish Pirates in fitness, sports therapy and management roles, with the chance of running a centre such as this being a life long ambition.

The principal aim of the centre is to encourage health & fitness to the whole community using many different training ideas as well as offering sports massage, treatment for soft tissue injuries and remedial rehabilitation for certain injuries.
Training programmes for individuals, teams training, nutritional advice and circuit training are some of the options available at the centre.


Opening times are:

Monday- Friday 16.00-21.00
Tuesday and Thursday 06.30-08.15
Saturday and Sunday 10.00-16.00
For further information contact Adrian on 07826848236 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Cornish Pirates team players and spade at opening night

 
Sand school Progress! Print E-mail
Written by Mel Hennah   
Wednesday, 30 January 2008 19:26

30/01/08

Development of our new Sand School is coming on at the gallop!

The site is now level and waiting for the ground to settle.

Middle to end of Feb is when the next step of putting more drains in should start.

Then the post and rail. Then nearly there - Yippee!

Everyone please pray for not too much rain!

Bottom right picture is my drive so nicley repaired by Mr Lello after the lorries had made a little mess in the wet weather!

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Just go with the flow Print E-mail
Written by Mel Hennah   
Wednesday, 30 January 2008 19:01

Just go with the flo!


"Just go with the flo" belongs to Zoe Caines from Mawgan Helston.

She was born on 22nd May 2007, sired by My Eclipse out of Zoe's own mare. Zoe just sent me this lovely picture, isn't she a little darling!

Nice foal!

 
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MOTHER EARTH SOUP OF THE MONTH Print E-mail
Written by Mother Earth   
Wednesday, 30 January 2008 18:58

'Come to me all of you whose stomachs cry out and i will

restore you'

SPINACH SOUP

25gbutter

1 large onion

(finely chopped)

25g plain flour

1/2 pt veg stock

(i find 2 stock cubes in 1/2 pt is about right)

700g fresh spinach

Freshly grated nutmeg

coconut to taste

(the block kind or coconut milk )

Melt butter and cook off onion,stir in flour and cook gently for two minutes,gradually add stock ,spiach and nutmeg.Cover and bring to the boilfor about 5 min.

Cool a little then puree in a liquidiser.

Return to a clean saucepan and stir in the coconut.

Taste for seasoning.

 

 

 

 
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Western Hunt Ball 2008!! Print E-mail
Written by Scuttlebut   
Monday, 28 January 2008 18:59

 

 

Oops did I drink all that wine......!

dinner1

The lads....!

dinner

Justin and Becky

 

A good night....

PC Plod Nicky

pc plod

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 
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