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    The cool hand Luke

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    Linguine Bol for lunch. It's another dish I'm very happy to go out to eat leaving the cooking to some hairy bastard who makes it for a living, but under the current circumstances...

    Lunch ... the second course-20200331_131036-jpg

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    I was planning on leftovers from last night's spaghetti carbonara for lunch, but when I came in the bladdy daughter had already nailed it.

    So an emergency lunch... don't know what you'd call it but it wasn't too bad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ... don't know what you'd call it but it wasn't too bad.


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    ^^ Is that a fried egg on top of mash potato?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    ^^ Is that a fried egg on top of mash potato?
    He was very creative tonight. Spam on the side as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    ^^ Is that a fried egg on top of mash potato?
    It certainly was... well spotted!

    It don't get much better that that to be honest.

    Potato was the prefect colour!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    He was very creative tonight. Spam on the side as well.
    That was just a simple lunch mate... dinner is something else tonight! The gardener has done me proud!

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    My lunch today. Personal pan frozen pizza done in the air fryer. Before:



    Will be back in a few to edit in the after...

    Mmmmm...nice and crispy. Just how I like them.

    Last edited by SKkin; 03-04-2020 at 10:34 PM.

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    Returning from a lauder refill run to Makro this AM. Stopped at a gas station rest stop area to pick up fruits and lunch.

    Fried Chicken and sticky rice




    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Lunch ... the second course-img_5465-jpg   Lunch ... the second course-img_5464-jpg   Lunch ... the second course-img_5466-jpg  

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    Another Isaan Sunday lunch here, including a 50cm long bean from the garden. They don't come much longer than that!



    The gardener made the larb moo, my current favourite. I love the stuff and his is way better than from the local stalls.

    Did I mention that he used to work in Dubai catering for Thai construction crews? I've decided to make use of all this spare time and learn how to cook Thai food properly, but starting tomorrow. It's a bit hot today.


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    Yea - larb moo is wonderful - solidly in the favorites column

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    ^ & ^^ agreed. My Mrs makes it with liver added, those tiny garlic cloves and quite a bit of gravy which is great for dipping the sticky rice in.

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    ^^^ Is there no chili in that?

    You need to man up


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    Was going to make butter chicken for the first time but found I was a couple of key ingredients short. So launched into a spicy creamy chicken dish of sorts. From memory salt, ground pepper, turmeric, ground cumin and paprika were the spices. Tossed the cubed chicken in the spices before browning it in olive oil and butter, took it out of the pan then added onions and a bit more of the spices. Chicken back in, added cream and green peppercorns, simmered for 30 minutes before turning the heat up to reduce/thicken it. Served on Makro sourced naan bread (three pieces). Was surprisingly good, and enough left over for breakfast tomorrow served on thick toast.

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    The gardener made me garlic pork for lunch today!


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    ^ you aren't worried about special sauce mendip after gardenergate

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    ^ hey, terrible minds think alike...
    ^^ do you think he jizzed on it during the cooking process to teach you a lesson?

    ^^ that looks very nice, Bogan.

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    Betts, i was trying for a bit less graphic

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    ^^ I don't really see what lesson that would teach me to be honest... other than to do my own cooking from now on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^^^ Is there no chili in that?

    You need to man up


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    Serving suggestion: Place 2 pairs of adult diapers in the fridge overnight.

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    Prawn fried rice and roast chook. Strange combo perhaps, but it was a nice lunch

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    Nice page of food.

    Home made Canarian potato salad with a pork loin steak and a Aberdeen Angus thin cut frying steak..

    Lunch ... the second course-20200407_152115-jpg


    with a few drops of Tabasca sauce, just the job for a Spring lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    The gardener made me garlic pork for lunch today!

    One of my favourites along with pla mug kratiem when I'm at the beach.

    Lovely stuff and great beer food.

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    Preparing lunch as my wife is working . . .

    Petai - in Thailand known as sator/สะตอ (sp?) with garlic, ginger, potatoes, onions, fish-tofu . . . stir fry wit a little bit of chili padi

    Lunch ... the second course-whatsapp-image-2020-04-08-11-a

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