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... as the calves pushed against one another. I did try to help but I was mainly too busy laughing. The calves are quite boisterous but they are so cute, even when they stomp on our toes and almost crush us.
One of our favourite calves is Jack. He lives in a separate paddock to the other calves because was weaker and smaller than them. When we walk over to him he gallops across the grass. Sometimes he goes behind a fence and it takes him a while to get out. ...
... bent over from the constant wind...they look funny leaning into the fields full of hundreds & hundreds of sheep,sheep, sheep! This area really reminds us of Scotland, what with the scenery, the sheep and the place names such as Dunedin, Clyde, Invercargill, Craigellachie, and Bannockburn! All we need is a bagpipe and kilt, and we could be in the Heeelands!
We arrived in ...
... to keep warm so I relished the opportunity to clad myself in thermals, winter knits and the full works- I looked like a Michelin man! I was definitely glad of the layers as we worked in one of the coldest chillers for a few hours testing the pH of the loin of the carcass at three different points. The carcasses are transferred around the plant by a hook on metal rails and dodging in between the carcasses as we walked the corridors reminded me of the railings ...
... colour which can be challenging as customers are used to seeing their meat bright red. The trial is looking at the effectiveness of 2 different types of film as well as the effect on fresh and CO2 flushed lamb. Once the lamb has been packaged and stored for a set time period it is opened and assessed for colour and odour as well as being swabbed for microbiological testing.
An early start on Friday morning measuring carcase pHs and collecting loin ...
2 tablespoons apricot jam
2 tablespoons fruit chutney
1 apple, cored and chopped
˝ cup white wine or stock
1 cup yoghurt
˝ teaspoon salt
Heat oil in large saucepan. Brown mince and add spices and stir fry for another five minutes. Remove from pan and set aside.
Heat oil in same pan and sauté onions, garlic and almonds ...