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    Bit controversial there on the mixing of sauces!

    Other than that... Yeah, I would.

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    Yum!

    though that looks like two lunches there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    that looks like two lunches there!
    Bollocks!

    Needs chips, mushy peas, some bread and butter and a pickled egg

    I'm trying to fast through til dinner time due to yesterday's gluttony That aint helping

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    ^ Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Very nice
    LULU.

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    Very nice Eddy.

    You're looking a bit pale there. Where in the UK are you?

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    Splendid.

    A nice light refreshing lunch snack.

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    A chip sandwich.


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    ^ Butty, you shifter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Butty, you shifter.

    Doesn't really qualify for either - butty or sand.


    Why don't we refer to it as something else.

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    This Thai staple needs no introduction..
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    Lunch ... the second course-20200526_131046-jpg
    Lunch ... the second course-20200526_131130-jpg

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    Lamb burger


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    nice. No cheese?

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    I did think about the cheese. Wasn't sure it would go with the mint sauce

    Although cheese has to be right up there with bacon as a foodstuff that improves almost any meal.

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    On a very wet Saturday, knocked up a Smoked Herring (Kipper) quiche.


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    ^ I love kippers and I love quiche... but never thought of combining the two. I may give this a try!

    The closest I've ever come to that is a salmon (tinned) quiche that wasn't too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ I love kippers and I love quiche... but never thought of combining the two. I may give this a try!

    The closest I've ever come to that is a salmon (tinned) quiche that wasn't too bad.
    Grill the kippers first both sides, break up into flakes, put on top of the pastry and squeeze some lemon over. Milk, eggs, couple of teaspoons of french mustard, and some ground nutmeg all whisked together and poured over the fish. Sprinkle some cayenne pepper or chilli flakes on the top before putting in the oven.

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    Thought about lemon tuna and then kipper quiche, then thought fuck that for a game of soldiers and opened a can of John West


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Thought about lemon tuna and then kipper quiche, then thought fuck that for a game of soldiers and opened a can of John West

    One of my pals is a lad I met in Thailand years ago; a blues fan (from Brum) who's as genuine as they come and we've become best pals over the years.

    He'd eat a tin of John West too because a) it's cheap b) it's cheap c) it's cheap and the Villa don't have this tuna.

    What is it with you West Midlands peasants?

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    They're not cheap, John West Wild Alaskan Herring fillets, thats about a days wage for your average tefler here

    You sure this Brummie wasn't eating Ayam pilchards or sardines?





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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    They're not cheap, John West Wild Alaskan Herring fillets, thats about a days wage for your average tefler here

    You sure this Brummie wasn't eating Ayam pilchards or sardines?
    Mate, I wouldn't know, but you Brummies obviously know the difference.

    He smokes that much weed he wouldn't know either.

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    ^ Is his name Mark by any chance

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    Beef stew, must have been 400grams of meat in this bowl ful..
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