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    drool

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    Pork shoulder country style ribs and Mexican rice. Did slowly in the oven after applying a dry rub.

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    Candy corn pizza!

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    Never call the British quirky...or they will share their food with you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    Never call the British quirky...or they will share their pet's food with you...
    FTFY...

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    ^ I wish you'd stop doing this!

    Your idea of 'Blokes cooking' looks superb and results in meals I can only dream about at the moment.

    My idea of 'Blokes cooking' is throwing some shite in the microwave!

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    There’s a fine line.

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    Chicken wings seasoned 3 different ways.
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    ^ That looks like a kinky can-can dancing troupe

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    You need help David58. Says someone who made wings to snack on while watching women's BBL, and maybe even a Union game later

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    The only top scran that can be knocked up in under 15 seconds preparation time

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    These rising crust bewts are the beezneez

    I like how my fan oven burns one side of the crust more than the other so you get a crunchiness spectrum to select from

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    Yesterday I bought something that never have I ever bought in my life before... inspired by Mendip's well documented obsession ... peas.

    Decided to knock off the other steak that was abandoned in my freezer 10 months ago by Miss Surigao Del Norte and what better accompaniment than glorious green baby peas.

    Steak was defrosted in sacrilegious warm water again but this time I kept it in a plastic bag to keep the blood in and there was quite a bit of blood so I hope this is within the bounds of acceptable steak defrosting practices.

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    I fished it out of the water early so it was still a bit stiff and cold in the middle. I was thinking I could develop my idea of burning the steak on the outside for a lengthy 5 minutes each side and leave it medium rare inside due to the only partial defrost.

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    It was great and I will make a hairy chested manly steak a regular part of my paleolithic diet

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    Is that spuds with corn?

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    I went to the gym and fancied a chicken sandwich afterwards, so I bought some chicken, smashed it with a rolling pin and threw it in the pan. After that I cut a quarter of a loaf, sliced it in two and stuck the chicken in the middle of two slices with some mustard.

    No pictures, but if I'd dropped the fucker on me toe, I'd have broken it.

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    Probably one for the manwich thread too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Is that spuds with corn?
    Tuna, would be my guess.

    Which would be a bit of an odd accompaniment.

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    ^I'm thinking tuna/corn/mayo mixed together? Also thinking they're 30.06 rounds on the table so I'm not going to say anything bad about this guy's choice of sides

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Is that spuds with corn?
    I thought the steak would look odd with just peas and no mash so I added a scoop of tuna/mayo/corn salad for aesthetics.

    This was a failure from an aesthetic perspective as it just looks like a rather odd dollop of tuna/mayo/corn salad and nothing like mash. But oddly it was actually quite nice as a side.

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    thinking they're 30.06 rounds on the table
    0.50 BMG

    Just have to be a good boy form now until the 25th Dec so Santa brings me the M2 Browning Machine Gun I have written to him asking for.



    Todays blokes quisine is Tandoori curry cooked using the sharwoods paste.

    It qualifies as blokes food on 2 coundts

    1. It is curry
    2. I make enough to last 9 or 10 nights so the prep time works out at 3 minutes per night

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    Not a very good photo. Will try and get a better one tomorrow.

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    Looper, I don't know if you've ever seen a bone in real life, but my first time I was shocked and awed. I was amazed about how big a bone is and I grew up around military aircraft.

    It's definitely the sexiest plane flying today. Fuck all the batman stylee fighters/bombers, nothing does like a big roaring bone.

    My wife asked where you bought the pizza from....I told her Savemore (a local supermarket here).
    "I was a good student. I comprehend very well, OK, better than I think almost anybody," - President Trump comparing his legal knowledge to a Federal judge.

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    Curry will never look good on photos, but tastes good.

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    But Kudos to Looper. Cooking for days in advance is real blokes cooking. I used to cook a stew and just eat stew every night for a week.
    Different story with a family of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    I don't know if you've ever seen a bone in real life
    I have not.

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    but my first time I was shocked and awed. I was amazed about how big a bone is
    Respect sir at the size of the bone you clearly have for the almighty Rockwell B-1

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    My wife asked where you bought the pizza from....I told her Savemore (a local supermarket here).
    The supermarkets carry this brand in Aussie. Don't know about the phils.

    Made a rookie error tonight in forgetting to adjust the baking time when switching from the monster 525g Rising Crust line to the diminutive slim and slender 340g Thin and Crispy from the same pizza purveyors

    A micro-tad on the well done side...

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    Roast chook and stuffing roll with chicken gravy and fries. Bought an Airfryer today and tried it out on the chips, they came out ok!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Roast chook and stuffing roll with chicken gravy and fries. Bought an Airfryer today and tried it out on the chips, they came out ok!
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    Those frozen chips are crap.

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    ^They are, but they were in the freezer and I wanted to see how they'd come out in an Airfryer. Fucking around buying, peeling, cutting, and par boiling potatoes really wasn't a high priority on a lazy Saturday...

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