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    Canarian style potatoes, nuked for 3 minutes.
    Delish
    I fear you may have struggled with the crispy chicken

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    Evening Repast

    Mixed Vegetables
    Norwegian Salmon
    Soup of Sour Mustard Greens & Ribs
    Dessert of Watermelon







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    ^ Nice...A tad healthier than mine


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    The one and only time I had one of those apple pies it took the roof of my mouth off. Like eating molten lava.

    But the burger looks nice!

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    ^ i've had a worse experience after ordering a pineapple pie in Thailand when they'd put one of their corn pies in there instead.
    Could have been worse, could have been the broccolli one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    A tad healthier
    Yea, but, I've got a hankering for Mickey Dee's, twice a month and about due for our next visit. beef 'n Frie fix.

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    Yet another of my duties appears to be defrosting the freezer. This I duly did today and found a small slab of sausage meat at the bottom. What to do?

    Hang on, we've got a shed load of eggs in the fridge... Scotch eggs it is!

    We had Scotch eggs once a week, along with eggs in cheese sauce, when I was a kid, until my dad developed high cholesterol and me mum stopped all that stuff. I've now developed high cholesterol and the frying pan never cools down... makes yer think!

    I hard boil 10 bantam eggs and try and wrap them in sausage meat... lots of bad language - has anyone ever tried doing that? Me mum calls out of the blue for a chat while she's self isolating, and Scotch eggs comes up in the conservation, and she says why ever haven't you coated the eggs in flour? This I did, and hey presto... 10 perfect Scotch eggs are the result!

    The wife made a rare appearance in the kitchen and advised me I should use this strange round-bottomed frying pan. Good advice as it happened...



    ^ And yes, I'm aware the hob isn't the cleanest... just hope it's on next year's cleaning schedule.

    Scotch eggs, chips and beans... just like the old days. With a few of SKkin's cheese sticks for the littlun!



    Not bad at all... but very filling! The cheese sticks were rubbish!



    And the money shot...


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    ^ Classic dish, chips and beans. We used to have sausage, chips and beans at school instead of the Scotch egg though...








    ...sometimes with an egg on top if it was at home or in a caf...








    ...and a gravy boat on the side, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    Yea, but, I've got a hankering for Mickey Dee's, twice a month and about due for our next visit. beef 'n Frie fix.
    Just one last fuckin' Big Mac...

    McDonald'''s mayhem as cops called to busy store as thousands across UK queue for last burger before coronavirus shutdown

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    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    ^Fries kind of offset the healthy salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    With a few of SKkin's cheese sticks for the littlun
    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    The cheese sticks were rubbish!

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    Chicken Vindaloo tonight with...

    Dinner-20200326_164259-jpg



    Anyone guess what the above is?

    Dinner-20200326_180117-jpg


    Dinner-20200326_181617-jpg



    Dinner-20200326_181809-jpg


    Very nice

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    That is incredible - is this real, not a joke video? Don't get me wrong, I occasionally enjoy Mcdonald's - emphasis on the "occasionally". The inherent and overlying flavor of McDonalds' food tends to precipitate nausea if overdone.

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    NY Strip steak and baked potato...lots of butter and sour cream.


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    ^^ Loroco bud?

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    Homemade paprika chicken and chorizo nachos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post

    Scotch Eggs!

    Haven't seen those in since forever. Randomly the first thing I ever learned how to cook.

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    Stir fried Aberdeen Angus 28 day matured beef with fresh vegetables and lashings of garlic and ginger in Oyster sauce. Served on a half moon bed of sweet Thai Jasmine rice..
    Dinner-20200327_181305-jpg

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    Starving last night. Big bone in chop, lots of mash, mushrooms and onions. Plus a big tureen of gravy. Went down fast.Dinner-img_20200326_201246-jpg

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    ^So simple yet so perfect. 10/10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Scotch Eggs!

    Haven't seen those in since forever. Randomly the first thing I ever learned how to cook.
    Wasnt the first thing I learned how to cook, but certainly a favourite.

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    Dinner-screenshot-2020-03-28-11-28-a

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    KW, did you eat a whole roasted Garlic?
    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    There is a restuarant -Kynsiaukka, or at least there used to be one, in Helsinki where the whole menu is based on garlic including the desserts - garlic icecream

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