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My mother used to make it when I was small and I am ashamed to say I don't know how to make it.

If anyone can tell me the ingredients and how to make it I would be so grateful.

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Wife never makes it now. It used to be a Saturday staple but we both went off it

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Had it for tea tonight, lots of pepper and red cabbage

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I hate that word..it's called Lobbies thumb_yello.gif

 

Just an abbreviation of LobScouse !

 

:)

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We went to Copenhagen several years ago and visited a restaurant in the Tivoli gardens - Lobscouse was on the menu and looked just like the lobbies my mam used to make. It looked like a favourite there as half the people in the place were scoffing it.

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Surprised it didn't have smoked salmon in it plonker :)

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I ate a lot of Scouse as child, most of it 'blind'. Maggie May's Restaurant Bar near the top of Bold St serves Scouse all day.

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I once went to Copenhagen, great place to visit.

 

I love Scouse, we used to call it Lobbies. I think we talked about "Scouse" before, "Lobscouse" originated in the Baltics or Norway and various other Northern European seaports.

 

"Scouse is a type of lamb or beef stew. The word comes from lobscouse, a stew commonly eaten by sailors throughout Northern Europe, which became popular in seaports such as Liverpool."

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scouse_(food)

 

Can't get that Wiki link to work, but just look up "Scouse (food)" on Wiki for more info.

Edited by Phyll

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Thank you to Kizzy for the link to the recipes. I've been out and got the ingredients ( going for lamb not beef ).

Just hope it tastes ok, also bought some red cabbage thanks to Stephen for that hint.

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