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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    TD Chef of the Year 2020?
    Settle down. The volume of pea and bean content in his pics would require a public vote. His "English" home cooking doesn't float everyone's boat on TD.

    Plenty of other good cooks on here.

    I would nominate headworx as well as AO to the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
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    Nice of you to share your award with your inspiration.

    Complete the well known catchphrase as a tie-breaker:

    ______to see you! To see you_______!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Not sure what's on the Filipino plate.
    The two lumps of meat appear to "boiled fillet of puppy neck".

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Nice of you to share your award with your inspiration.

    Complete the well known catchphrase as a tie-breaker:

    ______to see you! To see you_______!
    You've finally worked it out, well done - only took you about 3 weeks.

    &, yes, I love Brucie. He went to the same school as me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    You've finally worked it out, well done - only took you about 3 weeks.
    Didn't he do well








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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Settle down. The volume of pea and bean content in his pics would require a public vote. His "English" home cooking doesn't float everyone's boat on TD.

    Plenty of other good cooks on here.

    I would nominate headworx as well as AO to the list.
    I'm certainly no cook... just picked some basics along the way and have way too much time on my hands... and a swanky new phone to take the pics!

    You've put me in a quandary now... I had a very enjoyable pie baking session this morning... house to meself, Neil Diamond full volume and the pastry even rolled out without breaking!



    I even had enough pastry left over to make some sausage rolls!



    I was gonna show off a steak and kidney pie dinner tonight, but now I'm worried it's too "English home cooking"...

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    Made a wild boar and butter bean casserole with garlic and herb dumplings last night - it hit. the spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Made a wild boar and butter bean casserole with garlic and herb dumplings last night - it hit. the spot.
    Pictures and the 2020 title of TD Chef of the Year could be yours... (Mendip would lose his rag though, he loves the prizes - what do points make?)

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    TD masterchef 2020 in the making here....
    There's gonna be some stiff competition

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Made a wild boar and butter bean casserole with garlic and herb dumplings last night - it hit. the spot.
    I'm intrigued, what's a herb dumpling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Made a wild boar and butter bean casserole with garlic and herb dumplings last night - it hit. the spot.
    Yup - I'd eat that . . . and assuage my conscience later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I'm certainly no cook... just picked some basics along the way and have way too much time on my hands...
    I know you had a go at beef stew the other night. Have you ever used a slow cooker/crock pot before? If so you should consider picking one up. I use it all the time and it makes excellent stews, chili, slow cooked BBQ ribs etc etc. All you have to do is chuck all the ingredients in and come back 8 hours later and dinner is served.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    I'm intrigued, what's a herb dumpling?
    You missed out there i your childhood. Stew with dumplings (herbed or not) was a favorite of my growing up. Must say, had not thought of them in years.

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    Chitty, Aunt Bessies Dumpling mix, chuck in some dried mixed herbs in mix up and drop on top of yer casserole 15-20 mins before its finished cooking, no fuking about with flour and butter and fats etc.

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    Time to get into a bit of baking for the wife and I rather than homestay guests. First off was a variation of a pineapple upside down cake. Added the content of an own grown passionfruit. Was worried it might be too much but the passionfruit flavour turned out to be subtle. Quite liked it. Went down a treat with some vanilla ice cream.

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    ^ nice!

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    Not last night's fare, but I'm wont to make a stew once in a while ; this is chicken with lots of seasonal locally grown veg... and dumplings of course

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    Don't know how to make it big

    (that's what she said)

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    ^ Is there suet in them?

    Think i'll stick my effort today on the blokes cookery after looking at this page

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    No suet - just butter, flour, water, salt, pepper, a little thyme and a squeezed cloved of garlic.

    Doing potato and leek soup with toasted sourdough this evening. Shall post results.

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    Nice!

    Double click on the pic and select the size of pic you require, cheers KW.


    Aunt Bessies!!!!

    The food of gods

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    ^^ Nice!!

    I wanna start making some soups

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    Texas Chicken.

    Delicious.

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