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    Hal, i like the wee piggies, quaffed a fair few in mg visits and actually sought em out. Your loafers are a bit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Hal, i like the wee piggies, quaffed a fair few in mg visits and actually sought em out. Your loafers are a bit....
    They're not my plates of meat. You think I'd wear pink trainers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    pescatarian 99% of the time.
    A yes a good friend of mine is. I can see why however while I could give up the fowl I couldn't the beef. I love me BBQ to much.

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    You hear surely Hal?
    You really had a Guinea pig sandwich?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    You really had a Guinea pig sandwich?
    With chips, mate. Tastes like chi...duck.

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    Could have done with some gravy though.

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    Out of all those dishes on that menu, the only one I'd go for would be the Milaneso de Pollo


    Did the Guinea Pig taste just like chicken?

    Btw how much is 25soles in proper money?

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    Back on track.. Did my big shop before they announced the closing of department stores so avoided the rush. But had a few things to use up to fit everything in the fridge. So leftover fajita meat, some old tortillas, last of the old cheese, some ranch dressing and store bought salsa went into this chimichanga.

    Two flour tortillas filled with the chicken fajita mixture.

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    Add some chopped red onion, cilantro and hot sauce.

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    add some cheese roll it up and lightly fry until golden brown. Serve on salad with ranch dressing. Top it with salsa.

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    Hot!!! cut it in half to cool and enjoy, came out nice for an experiment..

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    ^ So, basically, Old El Paso in a tortilla?

    Chitty gets murdered for less and he at least uses a vegetable every now and then!

    Definitely looks alright though, I'll give you that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    ^ So, basically, Old El Paso in a tortilla?
    Not at all. Shredded chicken breast, onions, peppers, cumin, chilli powder, paprika and a little lime..

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    Either way, cracking end of the night beer food that is.

    Something you'd never say about Chitty's work.

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    Hal you're a cock!
    I could eat Aging One's Dinner right now in a heartbeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Hal you're a cock!
    I could eat Aging One's Dinner right now in a heartbeat.
    Bet you couldn't cook it though.

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    ^ Careful.

    He will throw down another one of his cook off challenges... and lose again.
    Although he did beat the non starter Luigi in an oven-off once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Careful.

    He will throw down another one of his cook off challenges... and lose again.
    Although he did beat the non starter Luigi in an oven-off once.
    To be fair to Chitty, he does burn a lot of calories.

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    (Above) ... Good to see some of the banter and light hearted stirring TD is fameous for.


    BTW ... where's Miss Lulu?

    He seems a bit short on his appearances?

    Tell him Mr Newbie was asking after him

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    BTW ... where's Miss Lulu?
    seems he hurt a hoof - overdoing the exercise, or Karma for excessive pickin' on Dill...

    Said he's off for the massage cure...

    course, could be old news by now

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    The simpler things...

    Dinner this evening - simple tofu and sprouts, spicy chicken - quite tasty and enjoyable - followed by a dessert of mixed fresh fruits

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    Dill's 20 minute meals

    #2 The Chicken Baltigiani





    It was fucking good mite

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    fusion. M&S, they in Malaysia?

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    Yeah... and in Thailand.

    They do their own crumpets, muffins and hot cross buns and breads in their own bakery here too

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    Did a lasagne yesterday. Another 6 hour job from start to finish, but a nice way to spend an afternoon with a few bevvies.

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    Had to make do without tomato paste because there's nothing available in any of the supermarkets at the moment. Whoda thunk people would be hoarding tomato paste?

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    The bechamel wasn't great actually 'cos I didn't have any decent cheese in the fridge and my wife is in quarantine so wouldn't go to the shop for me (I was too pissed to do it myself when I realised)! The steak was for later.

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    Not the best I've made, but it was decent enough in these apocalyptic times.

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    It certainly looks the part - very nice, indeed.

    Top pic, far right, tomato sauce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    It certainly looks the part - very nice, indeed.

    Top pic, far right, tomato sauce?
    Yep, these were fresh. I normally use tinned tomatoes (I find the taste to be stronger), but there's nothing on the shelves...

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    Looks good Hal, bet it tasted fvcking diabolical

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Looks good Hal, bet it tasted fvcking diabolical
    Could have done with a bit of guinea pig.

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