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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post

    I'm glad there isn't an extra O on the end.

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    Last night; Belly Pork with a Cheese, Onion (and garlic) & Potato layer (no bacon unfortunately) with a pile of Peas - had to use the potatoes up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Last night; Belly Pork with a Cheese, Onion (and garlic) & Potato layer (no bacon unfortunately) with a pile of Peas - had to use the potatoes up.
    Was trying to recreate that but unfortunately I have no pork or bacon




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    Crikey that's a lot of cheese, i'd have layered the tomato and onion together between potato layers but as my mum used to say It all goes down the same way. I parboil the tatties, drain and let then steam a bit to dry before putting them in the dish (buttered) and then use a bit of milk in the first layer - just the way me mum used to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Crikey that's a lot of cheese,
    About 250 grams in that. Its not browning on the top and its been in for 40 mins instead of 25

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    That was just like eating a pile of mash and beans. Not sure if the cheese wasn't sharp enough or its down to alcohol consumption

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    Another shitpile of English "cuisine" with the beans that you freeloaders got from us Americans.

    Why British food is terrible | The Outline

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    ^ What you know about International cuisine, you could write on a French Fry....twice...with a crayon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Not sure if the cheese wasn't sharp enough or its down to alcohol consumption
    covid symptom - loss of taste

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    About 250 grams in that. Its not browning on the top and its been in for 40 mins instead of 25
    Was the oven plugged in?

    Don't go blaming the cheese, even the tomato didn't brown.

    Amateur night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    covid symptom - loss of taste
    I had a good cry chopping the onion


    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Was the oven plugged in?

    Don't go blaming the cheese, even the tomato didn't brown.

    Amateur night
    Is there a Bogon tip in there somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    What you know about International cuisine, you could write on a French Fry....twice...with a crayon.


    By the pic's you pommies post I would beg to differ.

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    Well who would have known a steak place on the back streets of Samut Prakan would be shit.


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    ^ at least they had squeezy mustard

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post


    Another shitpile of English "cuisine" with the beans that you freeloaders got from us Americans.

    Why British food is terrible | The Outline
    Everybody steals or borrows from others
    13 Things You Thought Were American But Really Aren't | HuffPost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Is there a Bogon tip in there somewhere?
    Yeah, ask what's for dinner before accepting your invitation.

    Pizza - can do
    Mash and cheese thing - washing my hair
    Liquid lunch - can do
    The nut and berry thing you have for brekkie - not my style
    Manwich - can do
    Got some Nando's in - be round in 5 minutes
    That stuff you used to cook in plastic bags and then give to the dogs - Busy that night

    The Andy Cole of the cooking world. Either great or a donkey.
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    Our Lasagnas are almost done.

    We'll put 5 of them into the deep freezer just in case people are shot if they try to leave their house in the coming weeks.

    It was the last of the ricotta, so hopefully we can get to Siamburi's with a wheelbarrow before that happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Blimey, that looks nice, made me grab these out of the freezer - not sure what they are, maybe little fillets? I'll have them for dinner tomorrow - not sure how...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    not sure what they are
    You can use camera mode on Google Translate to translate writing.

    Open the App. Select camera mode, hold the camera over the gobbledygook, and it will translate it to English on your phone's screen.

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    The 100g doesn't need translating.

    I hope you bought more than one pack.

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    Appears to be freezer burnt.

    Never mind.

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    Just the plastic, it'll thaw nicely and maybe lightly fried with some onions and butter, maybe the wife will make me some fresh chips or saute potatoes?

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