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    ^ A poor man's Lancashire Hotpot

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    I'm sure you occasionally share a log in with my mum.

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    Juicy lamb steak with home made chips and beautiful baked beans..
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    Sometimes a ham bap and a black coffee are what is needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    beautiful baked beans..
    How are they beautiful? They look like regular baked beans to me. Then again, I'm not an aficionado of baked beans, so maybe there's something subtle going on that I'm not picking up on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    Sometimes a ham bap and a black coffee are what is needed.

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    Tuna cheese melt being delivered. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    It's a bit lighter on the choona than expected.


    If I'm entirely honest.

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    Did you already eat the choona?

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    The delivery lad did have a spoon in his pocket.

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    Never order anything with mayo

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    Have you lost some of your other senses as well as smell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Tuna cheese melt being delivered. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Happynz inspired me for lunch as well today.

    Fried in batter pla nin sarnie (left over from my fish and chips the other night).


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    I can pop round if you don't deliver.

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    ^ I'd like to see a negative test result first, if you don't mind.

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    Of course.

    Can't be too safe.



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    Morrisons had spicy sausages on offer....so slow cooked sausage casserole with sliced potatoes, tomato, beans, carrots, onion, garlic, pearl barley, pimenton and yet more spices overnight. It is spicy, now just have to wait for lunchtime.

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    ^ Why would you slow-cook sausages?

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    like all slow cooking, chuck it in the night before, 6 hours later done and enough for 4 people or 4 meals. Sausages tho cook well, these were fookin spicy and it came out and flavoured the tatties, bean etc.

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    I’m sure it tasted good…

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
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    Wouldnt want your energy Bill's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Wouldnt want your energy Bill's.
    Clearly all your cooking is slow cooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Wouldnt want your energy Bill's.
    the slow cooker uses 200 watts / hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    like all slow cooking, chuck it in the night before, 6 hours later done and enough for 4 people or 4 meals.
    For most people this would involve inviting guests for lunch at 4am. But with your schedule I can see it would work.

    So it's 4 meals for 1.

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    or freeze some down

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    the slow cooker uses 200 watts
    One reason I like my slow cooker, it uses about one tenth of the energy of an oven, so even if the time is trebled it is still relatively efficient and I personally find slow-cooked stews more flavourful.
    Win-win.
    Also with the slow cooker I don't spend time browning any meat or pre-frying anything. Saves time and energy and washing up.
    Win-win-win.
    Tonight is the closing of the Thai government financial year so the gf will be unpredictably late getting home. This is the one fortnight in the year when they have to work hard and late. There's a bean chilli in the slow cooker that will be ready to eat any time from now until midnight. Maybe not her favourite dish, I like it and she won't complain if there is food.

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