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    Grilled that London Broil tonight. Turned out amazing...




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    I'll rate that a 'Fuck That Looks Good!'.

    Gawd I'm hungry right now. Hate this thread sometimes.

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    ^^ Yes, that looks fantastic. I'd swap that for last night's meal.

    Last night I had pad krapow gai, Norwegian style.

    The girl serving me was from Isaan (surprise surprise)... after using my best Thai on her I went 'off menu' and she threw in the egg for free!



    It was surprisingly good, and at 14 quid, an absolute bargain for Norway.

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    ^ finished with wine and Guinness too... Nice

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    ^ Wine only.

    The Guinness will be heading back to Korat for my steak and kidney pies!

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    Had my weekly serving of lamb's liver (pound for pound the most nutrient dense foodstuff on the planet) last night.

    Fried some onion, celery, pepper and garlic in a wok and added a tin of pulses. Pre-seasoned the liver with salt, pepper and rosemary, dabbed it in flour, fried it separately to the veg then put the whole lot in a bowl and put paid to it in front of an episode of Eat Well For Less with Greg Wallace.

    I have since concluded Wallace does not know shit. "This is how you eat well for less, Wallace," I shouted, stabbing a fork in the direction of my bowl. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    It was surprisingly good, and at 14 quid, an absolute bargain for Norway.
    14 quid! ...

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    4 quid with bread and butter


    Free vinegar

    If I venture into more up market places nowadays I usually hammer half a bottle of HP on top. Instant Bettyboo style 70 baht saving

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    lamb's liver (pound for pound the most nutrient dense foodstuff on the planet)
    Cheers for the tip, shall check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Cheers for the tip, shall check it out.
    Please prepare it eat it and dont share a photo..

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    Never been a fan of the taste,similar to sprouts.
    However on reflection the nutritional benefits outway the small sacrafice of taste.
    Need to source a palatable recipe for Lambs liver....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Please prepare it eat it and dont share a photo
    Seconded

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    However on reflection the nutritional benefits outway the small sacrafice of taste.
    Don't listen to that baloney from Slapper mate. There's far more nutrients in Salmon and it hasn't been full of piss all its life, unlike that liver, your good self and Slaps in Thailand

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    That's you pair crossed of my dinner party invite list

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    Yay. Woo hooo!!!

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    [QUOTE=Chittychangchang;
    Need to source a palatable recipe for Lambs liver....[/QUOTE]

    Sausage and liver casserole, can't go wrong. Works with pig's and cow's liver as well.

    Remember to take the skins off the sausages.

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    Another Korean lunch........



    An anchovy based soup with noodles and vegetables (I hate anchovies but this was surprisingly tasty).



    with spicy pork on the side.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Don't listen to that baloney from Slapper mate. There's far more nutrients in Salmon and it hasn't been full of piss all its life, unlike that liver, your good self and Slaps in Thailand
    Pretty sure you are getting mixed up between liver and kidneys there dill. Or you are plummed very weirdly.

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    Why does it taste like piss then? If you can eat liver you can suck a nob I reckon

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    Also, I have a friend who damaged his liver and he explained to me(when drunk) that the jaundice or yellow colour you go after getting cirrhosis is your liver being fokked and not being able to filter your urine and that yellow colour you go is all the uncleaned piss swimming around your blood in your body.

    You saying he lied?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Why does it taste like piss then? If you can eat liver you can suck a nob I reckon
    Hmmm...
    Guess that would be highly dependent on the respective liver and knob.
    Variety and situations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    4 quid with bread and butter
    Noice, where be that served?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Noice, where be that served?

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    ^You got a dog Snubbs?
    I recommend you get on

    UK and US fine dining all in one.

    A chunky Liver n Onion pie surrounded by a moat of baked beans topped with a TD man sauce...

    Dinner-20191025_140658-jpg

    Dinner-20191025_140720-jpg

    Simply spiffing , ya'all.

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    Smashed it Chitty

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