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Manx Broth

(Authentic Recipe from the Isle of Man)
The traditional dish served at a Manx wedding feast was broth which was eaten from wooden bowls known as piggins and supepd with mussel shells called sligs.
 Piece of shin beef
Marrow bone
2 oz. pearl barley
Diced vegetables
Sprig of thyme

Boil shin and bone together with a good pinch of salt.  Keep topping up the water and when the meat is cooked take it out. (The meat can be served cold as a separate meal)
Put the stock on the heat again with the barley which has been soaked overnight.  Let the liquid simmer until the barley is cooked, stirring occasionally to prevent it from sticking.  Then added the diced vegetables - turnip, carrot, parsnip, leek, beans, cabbage, celery or whatever is available.  Add thyme and parsley and keep the broth simmering until the vegetable are cooked through.

Recipe graciously provided by Island Seafare Limited: providers of the freshest fish and the highest quality King and Queen Scallops fished daily from the clear waters surrounding the Isle of Man.


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