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    Show us what you had for lunch, check mine out.

    Ok, I've just necked down my lunch and today I whipped up an Italian salad special which cost me the grand sum of $4.00 furnished by left overs out of my fridge.
    The ingredient's are, Red and green lettuce,Feta cheese,Black olives,Stuffed Spanish green olives, Cheery tomato, Avocado, Mushrooms, Green capsicum, Red onion and sprinkled with white balsamic vinegar. Wonderfully healthy and bloody tasty.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

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    Looks good Tezza, Rabbit food.................

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    ^Got on the turps last night so need to pay the body back.
    Forgot to include the cracked black pepper that I devour by the bottle full.

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    Looks excellent - my kind of lunch!

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    English Breakfast. I'd just taken a pic of it for another thread so you were in luck Tezza.



    The apple is whats left of the wifes fruit bowl, It had nothing to do with my lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    Forgot to include the cracked black pepper that I devour by the bottle full.
    Yep, me too. You can see I'm in need of a new one.

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    ^I thought mushy boiled tomatoes were absolutely key to an "English" breakfast. I learned that from a Marmite the Dog thread some time ago when I was researching the eating habits of heathen foreigners. Not true?

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    This is not it, but I did have a chicken salad sandwich today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton
    Not true?
    Not for me. There are loads of things you can add to make it a "Full English" like tomatoes, black pudding, hash browns, mushrooms, fried bread etc.. but I can handle all that food and can't move afterwards so I kept it simple.

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    I would eat what FP posted in a second. Just give hashbrowns rather than the beans. Found great frozen ones called Rosti's our of Holland frozen at Foodland. Nice bits of onion in them as well. Blue package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    I would eat what FP posted in a second.
    The only time I can face an English breakfast is when I've had a massive night on the piss.

    Any other time it sort of makes me spew to look at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    Any other time it sort of makes me spew to look at it.
    You big salad eating puff!!

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    ^^Agreed.
    Last edited by Davis Knowlton; 08-02-2011 at 01:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    Any other time it sort of makes me spew to look at it.
    You big salad eating puff!!


    I think that's " Poof " and I'm one on a Sunday or any religious holiday.

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    That salad looks great Terry, and I miss not being able to get all those fresh ingredients easily here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton
    I thought mushy boiled tomatoes were absolutely key to an "English" breakfast. I learned that from a Marmite the Dog thread some time ago when I was researching the eating habits of heathen foreigners. Not true?
    Nope. Not true.

    Bubble & squeak is an addition, but not essential. Chips/fries are for the chavs/trailer trash. What you guys call 'home fries' (sauteed potatoes in English) go fairly well, but are not common. Hash browns are just your usual anaemic, flavourless, over-processed American crap that anyone with taste (except AO it seems) wouldn't touch with a barge-pole. .

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    this threads putting me off my food
    a salad with RAW mushrooms - and no feta cheese ?.
    un- buttered toast ? ugggh


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    Read it again Blue.

    Feta cheese is there and fresh top quality mushrooms are choice mate when eaten raw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton
    I thought mushy boiled tomatoes were absolutely key to an "English" breakfast
    In general, you get offered beans or tomatoes..but you can have both of course..tommy man meself..

    Both of them look delish by the by, on opposite ends of the spectrum..

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    Today's lunch.


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    Wot is it?

    I was very hungover and had a subway BLT btw. No photos I'm afraid.

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    That's the basics and I cook my veges separate. I'll devour that roast over a few days.

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    Loved your choice Terry 57 but most of the ingredients not available to my knowledge up here in Udon Thani,The olives I would give a miss to tho replaced with a few small slices of Atlantic salmon accompanied by a crusty Italian roll.Of course the obligatory glass of red wine to accompany this would top it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    Ok, I've just necked down my lunch and today I whipped up an Italian salad special which cost me the grand sum of $4.00 furnished by left overs out of my fridge.
    The ingredient's are, Red and green lettuce,Feta cheese,Black olives,Stuffed Spanish green olives, Cheery tomato, Avocado, Mushrooms, Green capsicum, Red onion and sprinkled with white balsamic vinegar. Wonderfully healthy and bloody tasty.
    I regulary knock up something similar but I prefer black olives. Nice enough on it's
    own but great as a side dish with a bbq'd piece of salmon or a T-bone.

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    ^
    I tend to have either a salad on its own and then I'll either cook up a piece of steak or fish.

    Just the way I tend to eat.

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