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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    I thought it was a decent article.
    agreed, it was. just damn long.

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    Clarkson is right about heart, one of my favourites, at least 3 times a month growing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    agreed, it was. just damn long.
    Agreed, and Clarkson isn't to everyone's taste. However, I enjoy his irreverence and non PC take on many things, and in this piece thought he was almost writing the preface for this thread.

    Thanks for the red Willy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    Thanks for the red Willy.
    eh? it was green.

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    Braised steak and onions, an easy blokes cookery dish which is what it's all about.

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    Started with steak that was probably too good to be braised, but wtf. Argentinian ribeye.

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    Flour, salt, and pepper at the ready to dust the steak and seal it in hot oil.

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    Done in batches, just needs a bit of brown on the outside.

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    More seasoned flour at the ready for the onions, by this time the kitchen looks like a coffee table at a Bolivian's bucks party

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    Heaps of onions, cannot add enough really.

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    A bit of colour + soaking up all the juice and gnarly bits left over from the steak.

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    The only thing I'll be adding for flavour, plus a dash of Worcestershire. Not a big fan of red wine and what-not in this dish because it takes away the sweetness of the onions

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    Ready to be covered tightly in tinfoil, then into the oven @ 170c.

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    2 hrs later...

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    The meat can be cut with a tea spoon, lovely . Plenty left over, any not eaten by tomorrow night will be zip-bagged up and frozen for a later lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    The meat can be cut with a tea spoon, lovely
    Easy, looks great. I'll see if the family concur.

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    ^^Heaven

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    ^^^ agreed HW too good for stew, needs shin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Braised steak and onions, an easy blokes cookery dish which is what it's all about.

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-1-jpg
    Started with steak that was probably too good to be braised, but wtf. Argentinian ribeye.

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-2-jpg
    Flour, salt, and pepper at the ready to dust the steak and seal it in hot oil.

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-3-jpg
    Done in batches, just needs a bit of brown on the outside.

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-4-jpg
    More seasoned flour at the ready for the onions, by this time the kitchen looks like a coffee table at a Bolivian's bucks party

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-5-jpg
    Heaps of onions, cannot add enough really.

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-6-jpg
    A bit of colour + soaking up all the juice and gnarly bits left over from the steak.

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-7-jpg
    The only thing I'll be adding for flavour, plus a dash of Worcestershire. Not a big fan of red wine and what-not in this dish because it takes away the sweetness of the onions

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-8-jpg
    Ready to be covered tightly in tinfoil, then into the oven @ 170c.

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-9-jpg
    2 hrs later...

    The Blokes' Cookery Thread-10-jpg
    The meat can be cut with a tea spoon, lovely . Plenty left over, any not eaten by tomorrow night will be zip-bagged up and frozen for a later lunch.
    Thats as blokey as it gets HW. you cant go wrong with a braised steak n onion. Many years ago in Angeles me and bigbird would hit the grubby butcher for what passed for steak in them days . Cook er long n slow. There wasnt a whole lot of fastfood available then either. So it was kinda necessary in order to keep up our drinkin and shagging stamina. They hadnt even invented viagra back then.

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    ^Yes mate they were dire times for getting decent grub, either eating out or to cook at home.

    Luckily, some other things made up for that and life was bearable

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    Very blokey looking ingredients there worxy - nice

    Had some rice left over from the last indian Curry batch so I was trying to think what to do with it and i thought some kind of egg fried rice. But there was more egg than rice so it is really an omelette.

    So easy and fast and yummy and the fastness is the blokey qualification in this case. Literally 3 minutes from opening the fridge to a hot meal on a plate.

    Chop some onion.

    Break 3 eggs.

    Chop in some capsicum and ham and add the rice

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    I realised after it was half done that it would need to be flipped.

    I am new to this omelette malarkey so some flipping practice is required.

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    Add pepper and salt to taste. Eggsactly what the doctor ordered...

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    ^ Good god man. Get yourself married

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    Just a moan
    How daft have you to be to post a full pic post to add a comment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    But there was more egg than rice so it is really an omelette.
    we now know why he gets through the ladies and why his car boot keeps failing..where do you bury them Loops?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Good god man. Get yourself married
    Lol! I have solved the frying pan flipping challenge by cutting the omelette in 2 halves and flipping each piece with the little flippy flipper thingy.

    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    where do you bury them Loops?
    I have a wild rose garden by one of the creeks in the middle of the forest Toot.




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    20 minute curry


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    ^ I went to an Indian today, closed due to CoronaVirus...

    That steak and onions looks really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    nice.

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    Raw chicken and Mayo, respect

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    Light mayo


    Airfried curly fries


    Gouda


    Et Viola...

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    Brucie bonus for that effort Dillmeister!

    Bet you had the plate full on the left

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    Might have nicked a few chips

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