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    Blds, Chew n spew

    once again im tasked with being the tucker fucker . food has gotten quite expensive here so i really should make more of an effort to cook something that isnt simply something that passes through our stomach enroute to our assholes ?
    so i had a crack at a slow cooked silverside which is going way outside of the shark biscuits comfort zone but looked easy enough to cook


    bunged it in with 2 onions a litre of dry ginger ale and turned it on at 9,00 am , mashed potato with lashings of butter some carrots cooked in honey and this packet bread sauce which imho was the bollocks. kids ate the lot, much to my surprise.
    Last edited by BLD; 10-06-2024 at 04:45 PM.
    He promised to headbutt me, if he ever saw me. Charming.

    I guess that my solution would be that he 'never saw me'.

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    and at $9.06 its cheap eh


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    There's even a bit left for there sandwich tomorrow..win win fooking love the slow cooker.. it's also bloody good for the lamb shanks which HAVE to be slow cooked. Fooking cooking. Soon get the hang of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    and at $9.06 its cheap eh
    Is that green special sticker the Oz version of Joe's yellow ones?

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    Best before 3rd July says on the sticker. Plenty of time to cook that bad boy. If it had of been a Joe special coulda got it for $5.00

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    Zoom in

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    It's how I roll


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    ^

    Since when did you go all pretentious?

    I bet that tomato and that lettuce concoction went in the bin.

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    Meanwhile at Chez Chitty, I've been knocking out some banging credit crunch meals!

    Total cost 2.50

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    50 pence a plate..


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    This gut busting full monty came in at under a quid.

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    All Hail the yellow sticker!
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    Shalom

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    Cuisine via price rather than , footprint, sustainability or nutritional value may be necessary for the very poorest, nurturing the next generation on processed kibble tho?

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    Brave choice saving on the electric bill by not cooking the toast.

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    ^
    Or “toasting the bread”

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Brave choice saving on the electric bill by not cooking the toast.

    Cheers for the observation, I do strive to push boundaries in the eternal quest for controversial cuisine.

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    tonights foray into the culinary world was Chicken kievs ala mc cain and those Tater tots that all kids love . for veggies just a bit of cauliflower which i intend to bake covered in motzarella, and some beans for the young bloke



    job done. time to put the feet up. my bodys a temple and i treat it as such so ive gone all low carb .




    The buttery garlic has leaked out but shouldnt be a problem



    $3.00 for half a head of cauliflower, There having a laugh surely.


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    gonna surprise em tomorrow and buy me a cooked duck down in chinatown and have duck pancakes

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    My oldest boy requested peas. covered them rascals in butter.

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    run out of motzarella for the cauliflower so just gonna use this plastic cheese or give the cauli a swerve




    should be able to turn that lot into a Turd

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    ^ I think with the addition of the Mercan cheese, that's already been accomplished fella

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    You've gotta work with what you've got Reg. Mrs bld is rostered on for catering duties on Friday she can do the " heavy lifting" for a few days while I peruse my Betty crocker cookbooks or hit up chitty for inspiration

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    I was thinking about a nice shephards pie or a coq au vin.
    chicken and wine innit.or a tuna pasta bake if the 1990s don't call and tell me to fuck off . Nah the duck pancakes should be a great childhood memory for them
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    My oldest boy requested peas. covered them rascals in butter.
    Lurpak and peas are a match made in heaven....and Denmark

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    food has gotten quite expensive here
    BLD Why not have a look at this Australian Facebook group. It might give you a few ideas.

    Masuk Facebook

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    Thanks mate
    That looks handy

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    Speg boll anyone?
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    ^Keeping up that one man war against vitamins.

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