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    ^ indeed

    ^^ does anyone else think PAG's cooking would benefit from the odd Hello Kitty utensil just to make the rest of us feel a little less inadequate?

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    I have my share of disasters, same as anyone else. Always (well, nearly) enjoyed cooking, and the more you do the more intuitive it becomes particularly with timing and temperature, and getting the ingredients ready before you start lessens the potential of panic. Building up a decent selection of equipment over time undoubtable helps. My favourite kitchen equipment? The humble silicone spatula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    I have my share of disasters, same as anyone else.
    me too, started cooking at me mums side 6 YO, when you leave home young its cook or die, i survived quite a few failures.

    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    My favourite kitchen equipment? The humble silicone spatula.
    Mine is a pair of sprung loaded tongs for turning stuff in the oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    when you leave home young its cook or die, i survived quite a few failures
    Indeed, lived on eggs and speg boll for my first couple of years. Put my off them for over a decade.
    Ate out mostly until I learnt to cook, the rest is history.
    My favourite bit of kit in the kitchen is my dry airfryer closely followed by my tefal non stick pan then the blender.
    Shalom

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    My favourite kitchen equipment?
    I'd have to say my chef's knife. It makes my prep work a breeze.

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    Sliders, onion rings, a triple-header of live NRL games on tv, weekend sports bets all winning so far. Life's pretty good today

    Lunch ... the second course-20220515_135542-jpg

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    ^ Have no fear, some arsehole will come along and ruin it


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    My favourite bit of kit in the kitchen is my dry airfryer closely followed by my tefal non stick pan then the blender.
    The best piece of kit in your kitchen is the fukkin smoke alarm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    The best piece of kit in your kitchen is the fukkin smoke alarm
    Funny fooker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    The best piece of kit in your kitchen is the fukkin smoke alarm
    That gave me a laugh as well!

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    Half a roast chicken smothered in a piri piri sauce accompanied by a jacket potato and some fvcked up pink creamy inedible coleslaw..

    Lunch ... the second course-20220514_150439-jpg

    Should have had the wild salmon like my eldest did..

    Lunch ... the second course-20220514_150426-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Should have had the wild salmon like my eldest did.
    Co-incidence, M'Sahib pulled a couple of salmon pieces out of the freezer this morning, though I can't verify their wildness.....

    Anyway, gonna pan fry and have with teriyaki sauce, with a side of assorted roast veg.

    Onion, carrot, broccoli, and cucumber (never had roasted cucumber before, but most things taste OK when roasted).





    Seasoned the salmon.



    Into the pan with some baby celery.



    Once the skin crisp and the flesh cooked, added some teriyaki sauce (I wanted to make my own however M'Sahib insisted I use a bottle she'd bought - no faith) and some mixed sesame seeds on top.



    A healthy lunch.




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    PAG, that's looks great. How did the roasted cucumbers turn out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    PAG, that's looks great. How did the roasted cucumbers turn out?
    OK, not unlike courgette. I guess like any of veg such as marrows, squash, aubergine etc, they need to be well seasoned to bring out any flavour.

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    Different cooking times, longer on the carrots tho, i tend to stagger the veg going in. Love roasted veg, always cook a load if i put the oven on, eat two days or freeze some for a quick meal.

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    Me fresh North Atlantic cod arrived this morning.




    Breadcrumbs blendered.










    May or may not be fresh north atlantic cod

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    Most fish is iced on board as its caught so its unlikely

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    Being sourced from the freezer in Big C at 20 baht a kilo is another clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Should have had the wild salmon like my eldest did..
    That is not wild salmon, you twat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    That is not wild salmon, you twat.
    How the fvck do you know?

    Was you there eating that tasty grilled fillet...

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