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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^^^ Have you ever considered dressing Barbie up in one of those Nazi uniforms Looper? That would do it for me.
    Original Barbie with the broken neck on the left is sporting a WWII Wehrmacht Heer jacket, provided in gentlemanly fashion by her torso-rippling topless besty Gunter

    But the spanky new Barbies are in proper leggy party dress outfits... None of this bookish academic feminist Barbie nonsense at my invitation only 1/6 scale Saturday soiree.

    Why aye lads it's sat'day neet.

    Time for a party...

    A Nazi party!

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    I deliberately got only one Aryan fairyan flaxen bewty, just to put the cat amongst the master race pigeons.

    The dusky exotic models would be where I would be exercising my eagle eyes and gripping hands if I were 12 inches tall.
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    My first proper hot pudding in probably years I think.

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    Very simple Bloke's pudding.

    Slice the Madeira sponge into the bowl.

    Pour custard on top.

    Microwave.

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    ^ Your custard is more than a week out of date... how did it taste?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ Your custard is more than a week out of date... how did it taste?
    I'd wager better than the Big Mac with "special sauce" he had the other day.


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    ^ Yuck!

    I'm starting to see why Looper's 'house guests' bring their own food!

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    ^
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    Man up you pair and get a mouthful of man-custard down you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Your custard is more than a week out of date... how did it taste?
    I made the mistake of buying a mountain of chocolate on the same shopping trip so the custard languished forgotten for a week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ Yuck!

    I'm starting to see why Looper's 'house guests' bring their own food!
    Ouch!

    When Mendy complains about your food you know you are in trouble!




    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Microwave.
    I would have microwaved the cake, then added the custard cold. Cold custard on hot food. Yum!

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    ^I tried that Willy and it was pretty good

    Purple pudding tonight from Miss Lusty in the form of a Filipino bakery concoction known as an Ensamada

    The only sweet pudding I have ever had which had cheese grated on top. Yes, that is cheese!

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    It was actually quite yummy.

    Followed with a box of mini chocolate wafers and a cup of tea.

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    Miss Lusty Luzon came over to see the nearly full moon and to celebrate her birthday.

    So I got some imported Tunnocks Teacakes for pudding as a special treat and they had the miraculous effect of being the first thing that I have been able to taste in over a week.

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    Doesn't she think all the action men are a bit erm eccentric?



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    I think Loops uses them to demonstrate the positions he's hoping to get into, given his limited Thai, Filipino and Swahili

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    Ahhh, sounds legit


    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Miss Lusty Luzon came over to see the nearly full moon and to celebrate her birthday.
    What did you give her Loops?


    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    first thing that I have been able to taste in over a week.
    Apart from that Chinese Disease back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    So I got some imported Tunnocks Teacakes for pudding as a special treat...
    You can't beat a Tunnocks Teacake Looper!

    Well, you can. Have you ever tried a teacake with custard?

    Last night we had half a doughnut with hot, homemade custard... yes this dieting is as simple as that. Half a doughnut, half the calories.

    And half a healthy banana as well to give the pudding that Thai slant.



    Custard is like bacon, it makes every meal better!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Last night we had half a doughnut with hot, homemade custard
    I am waiting to see the rice pudding show up here....

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    ^ Yes, and i'm not seeing jam. My mum used to do baked custard with banana and jam, raspberry was my favourite.

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    Rice pudding is on the menu this week.

    I've got the milk and I've got the rice.

    And I've got some butter!

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    ^ you need jam for proper rice pudding.

    Shoulda bought jam donuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    What did you give her Loops?
    I gave her posh choccies and a dose of the 'rona!

    ...only kidding I should be well paste infectious stage



    That is a rock solid legend pudding Mendip



    You are raising your daughter in a most righteous manner and schooling her in the best traditions of proper hot pudding

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    You can't beat a Tunnocks Teacake Looper!
    They are top class. I tried to convince Miss Lusty that the Tunnocks Teacake wrapper was the inspiration for the Japanese Imperial flag of war when the Emperor visited an Industrial fair in the UK in the 1878.

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    But she spotted that the Box says Tunnocks Established 1890 so iI will have to remember that date

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Custard is like bacon
    No, it's not.

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    I rarely have room for pudding the days, but occasionally lash out on something light and creamy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Rice pudding is on the menu this week.

    I've got the milk and I've got the rice.

    And I've got some butter!
    Nutmeg or cinnamon? Sugar and butter? Jam is optional, I like blackcurrant or raspberry.

    Rice pudding is deceptively simple on paper. Like the dry martini, not at all complicated until you make it.

    You'll find numerous recipes on the Internet, too many frankly. I have made it here with Isan sticky rice/supermarket milk/refined sugar using the ratios 1:6:0.5 and it has come out okay.

    The most difficult part will be getting a TD-quality food picture. It probably isn't the most photogenic of dishes.

    Good luck!

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    Orange Rice Pud, lovely

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    Nutmeg or cinnamon? Sugar and butter? Jam is optional, I like blackcurrant or raspberry.

    The most difficult part will be getting a TD-quality food picture. It probably isn't the most photogenic of dishes.

    Good luck!
    My mum gave me her recipe... there will be nothing fancy like nutmeg or cinnamon but yes, you are correct I do need to add some sugar.

    Every single Norwegian boat I have ever worked on has dished up rice pudding every Saturday lunchtime... and these guys coat it in butter and then add a layer of cinnamon... revolting for me. The Nogs look on in amazement as I add some milk and a dollop of jam.

    I'll take a look in the back of the fridge for some jam... there's usually some old stuff lurking behind the wife's many bowls of evil-smelling concoctions.

    And as for the photo... I may use the 'Shutree bird photo method' and just take a pic of an empty bowl. You can imagine the rice pudding.

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    I promised the littl'un a cooking session today but due to quite a major hangover wasn't really up to the rigours of a proper rice pudding.

    But this has been on my bucket list for some time.

    And no, Reg Dangle, that's not only a norvern sex aid, it's also a whisk.



    The daughter started whisking but she was completely useless; but to be honest despite costing 19 quid it is a rubbish whisk and I wish instead of buying it analoguely in Shepton Mallet last year I had bought it online, so at least I could leave a shitty review. The bloody thing just kept jamming.



    But eventually 'Layer 1' was ready. The recipe called for 4 'dessert glasses' but we don't seem to own such a thing, so we used these little bowls with handles that I found. We started with 4 bowls but there wasn't enough 'stuff'' so I reduced it to 3. Obviously there will be a problem distributing 3 puddings amongst 2 people so maybe the gardener will get an unexpected bonus tomorrow... he's been working hard lately.



    And so on to 'Layer 2'.

    I took over the whisking with this shitty whisker but it took a while. It really pisses me off to pay 19 quid for a simple kitchen appliance that just doesn't work.

    Rip off Britain, Boris fukking Johnston and Brexit... it never ends.



    'Layer 2' finished.



    I took over for the topping and finally got the hang of this useless 19 quid whisker. I managed to get some speed going.



    And valla... topping applied...

    They say, 'the proof of the pudding is in the eating'... ad I can't wait. These babies went straight into the fridge to await pudding time tonight. All I ave to do is apply the sprinkles before eating.


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    you have to turn the handle anti clockwise

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