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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    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.
    Exactly, and using the cheaper cuts like shin, shirt, cheek etc which are more flavourful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    There's a bean chilli in the slow cooker
    I'm a bean convert, cheap in cans and i use rosecoco and cannellini, i like black beans but i can't find them in cans, i have dried ones. They break up a bit and thicken the stew too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    using the cheaper cuts like shin, shirt, cheek etc which are more flavourful.
    Definitely.



    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    i like black beans but i can't find them in cans
    Being lazy, I use the beans in cans. I mix up whatever beans I feel like. Makro here usually has black beans in cans.

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    A couple of school lunches here in Mongolia

    The first is Maantan Buuz, these are dumplings made with dough then steamed. Filling can be beef or mutton, but our school only used beef. Actually one of my favorite Mongolian dishes, although I much prefer my side to be an unhealthy potato salad

    Lunch 2- Narin Makh- stewed chunks of beef, with rice. Veggies and a tofu salad on the side- not my favorite when made at school, as imo it needs more seasoning. A very standard quick dish when stopping for a rest stop on long haul buses. The local aunties at these places do a much better (and unhealthier) version of it.

    Had worse school lunches in Myanmar- while they may not look that appealing, at least lunch in Mongolia has never sent me to the ER room for a drip of antibiotics.
    Not from the canteen, but from the bakery across the road-a Friday treat for pudding

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    ^Those school dinners look better than the UK ones!!

    I reckon we need a slow cooking thread!

    Todays lunch Tuna and potato salad..

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    The lunches are tasty and filling, you certainly won't starve. Tangent rant: It really boils my piss how much food gets wasted at school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    It really boils my piss how much food gets wasted at school.
    In Thailand, the waste is usually fed to someone's pigs or chickens. At all the schools I've worked at, the food waste is taken for animal usage.


    We went back to Delicioso today, still no waygu beef club sandwich, the bastards. However, their deli prices are very cheap compared to the other deli in town.


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    My fish and chips with a cold one. Not bad and the beer was pretty good too.

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    The wife's salmon in cream sauce. Excellent!
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    That is in zero ways fish and chips.

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    mercan fries and goujons

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    Made at home deli sandwich.....fooking yummy

    Salami, turkey and cheddar on rye, oven roasted using the "air fryer" setting...


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    ^ Now we're talking

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    Slow cooked beef and vegetable soup to chase the cold away...

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