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    Amazonian Swiss Maori lady was getting busy in the kitchen tonight knocking together a vegetarian korma soup/stew

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    Looks quite striking with these Korean Paengi mushrooms

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    She even came through with a fruit platter again as a starter and a splash of colour under a foreboding sky

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    Stew was pretty yummy but those fibrous mushrooms reminded me of The Last of Us

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    Butcher birds were not interested in the veggies so ASM fed them their favourite chopped hotdogs, and they rewarded us with a rare long warbling performance. I have only had a song performance from them twice and both times was under a leaden sky with rain falling. The grim outlook seems to bring out their inner artistic soul.

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    Get down to Sainsburys, Chitty.
    I'd like to see what you could turn one of these into(careful they're security tagged)





    Are you supposed to leave that bit of plastic on....Pag...?

    Harissa paste, olive oil, s&p, cumin, preserved lemons, 4 cloves of garlic, half a red onion and some yoghurt.


    Et viola

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Are you supposed to leave that bit of plastic on....Pag...?
    Optional. Could go in the bottom of the oven for a smoke effect....

    Seriously, looking forward to the final product, possibly with a Greek salad and some pita breads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    possibly with a Greek salad and some pita breads.
    I'll get onto it.

    Got a Greek salad recipe by any chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    I'll get onto it.

    Got a Greek salad recipe by any chance?
    Lots of variations, with the main ingredients of feta, tomato, olives, cucumber etc. This one should keep you right......

    The Best Authentic Greek Salad - Horiatiki - Olive Tomato

    and maybe a side of tzatziki: Tzatziki Recipe - Love and Lemons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Get down to Sainsburys, Chitty.
    I'd like to see what you could turn one of these into(careful they're security tagged)
    What I'd give for a leg of lamb for 13.75 in Korat. I make that about 600 Baht, or three Frey Bentos steak and kidney pies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    What I'd give for a leg of lamb for 13.75 in Korat
    Carry on


    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    What I'd give for a leg of lamb for 13.75 in Korat
    Just jumped back into bed(into the warm) thinking about mashed spuds

    What would you give for a free Greek salad and tzatziki dip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    What I'd give for a leg of lamb for 13.75 in Korat. I make that about 600 Baht, or three Frey Bentos steak and kidney pies.

    That's half price with a nectar card or a fiver down the pub of Sammy the Smackhead

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    Walls sausages, Heinz beans and McCain fries (albeit the shoestring sort)

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    Pineapple curry. Tofu, tomato and green bean mince pork curry.

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    ^My favourite!

    I wonder if Dill has eaten himself into a coma.

    I would have had that leg of lamb with Armstrongs chips and beans personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Daley View Post
    omato and green bean mince pork curry.
    The wife does the same thing, adobo style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    I would have had that leg of lamb with Armstrongs chips and beans personally.
    Shit frozen fries and canned beans. Ya, I guess you would.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    I wonder if Dill has eaten himself into a coma.
    Was too busy yesterday. Just pulled it out of the fridge after reading about over marinading

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Was too busy yesterday. Just pulled it out of the fridge after reading about over marinading

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    Yesterday I had cooked chicken leftovers from.a costco chook so turned it into a sort of Mexican just adding salsa and Guacamole I also had a bit of beef mince that had the same treatment so I decided that was dinner . I had forgotten the tacos though so we used Bao buns from costco. They were OK but kinda sweet. Kids still ate them and are still talking to me so they couldn't of been to bad?
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    The bao buns were good but I fucked up trying to pair me knocked up Mexican with them. They would be great with pulled pork or something porky

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    ^ Keep tortillas or wraps in your fridge or freezer. Some cheese or meat and cheese fold it over and heat it up. Great 5 minute snack. Put whatever you want inside. Good way for the boys to learn to cook.

    1. Tortilla
    2. Taco spiced meat
    3. Cheese
    4. Hot sauce or salsa (optional)
    *** Dont use that silly canned chicken***

    Cook just like the video.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    The bao buns were good but I fucked up trying to pair me knocked up Mexican with them. They would be great with pulled pork or something porky
    Bao buns are pretty easy to make, and of course you don't need an oven as they're steamed. Making them yourself obviously you can adjust the sweetness.



    You're right about the pulled pork. That's how I normally have them, an Asian style pulled pork with pickled carrot and mooli (radish) and some spoons of Sriracha sauce.



    Both bao buns and soft tortillas freeze well.

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    I did have the thermometer in it when it was 130 so could have had it nice and pink but gonna make a Rogan Josh out of most of it.


    Made my first gravy without bisto




    So yeah, not really one for the purists, but would possibly be like all Mendy's Christmases coming at once

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    Looks ok, a little too done for me. did you have to carve it up like pinhead off hellraiser are you gearing up to be a homemaker.

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    ^ I really can't fault that.

    The missus loves a bit of lamb... maybe this will be the answer for a perfect Christmas dinner. I'll dust off the costumes when I get home.

    I just need to find an extra short leg to fit in the convection oven.

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    ^ Go local, goat is available. Used to be a regular roast on a Sunday in Nepal

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    Nothing wrong with goat..lovely stuff in a weird twist of fate Australian goat once considered to be pet food is now about the same price of lamb . If you can find it buy it. Most of it goes out for export

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    No mint sauce you Brummie heathen savage.

    It's still alive and bleating , could have done with a bit longer in the oven.


    Not a fan of raw meat like the cannibals on here.

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