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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Pack of cumberlands, carton of eggs, beef mince, s&p, a bit of cayenne and paprika and I think I've topped Mendips Scotch eggs...

    You mentioned my name without a gardener joke... are you OK?

    I hope your wife survived her Dutch ovening last night... but I'm interested in your Scotch egg recipe. The lockdown chickens I bought a couple of weeks ago are starting to lay and we're getting around 15 eggs a day now, and I need to use them up. Did you mix the sausage meat with with the beef mince? And in what proportions? I can no longer get slabs of sausage meat in Korat and I don't really want to just use sausages. Would pork mince be a better mix do you think? That's maybe not so easy to get in Malaysia for you.

    Last night for us was my standard baked chicken breast... Dan pushed open the back door and popped in as well, she loves a bit of chicken...





    ... but she forgot to shut the door after herself and there was some fly hatch last night with all this rain. This took some explaining to the Commandant in the morning.



    Followed by the last of the mango and blueberry crumble with ice cream.



    I'm considering a mango upside-down cake today. Eggs and mangoes, we're over run by 'em.

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    That looks lovely, Mendip, really nice grub.




















    BTW, you haven't been caught recently by the gardener having a 'scotch egg' out the back, have you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Would pork mince be a better mix do you think?
    Scotch eggs are nearly always a mix of meat, and I would always use pork.

    I made some once using prawns that come up well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    BTW, you haven't been caught recently by the gardener having a 'scotch egg' out the back, have you?
    I'll ignore that.

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    And just like that, another TD word is born... Not sure it has the legs of Shifter, but to have a "Scotch Egg" will be used...

    Papillion is probably having a Scotch Egg over his reminisce of Emma as we speak. Oh, sweet, Emma, she hasn't had much coverage on TD for a while...

    How do I post these pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Oh, sweet, Emma, she hasn't had much coverage on TD for a while...
    Probably because this is the dinner thread, not the desserts thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Did you mix the sausage meat with with the beef mince? And in what proportions?
    Yeah, a 50/50 mix.
    All gone now


    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Would pork mince be a better mix do you think?
    I dunno mate, there's a lot of nice additives, cardboard and sphincter bits in the sausages i just popped them out of their skins.


    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    I made some once using prawns that come up well.
    Sounds like a winner.



    Will be living off this beef lasagne for a while



    Any sides reccomendations? Beans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Yeah, a 50/50 mix.
    All gone now




    I dunno mate, there's a lot of nice additives, cardboard and sphincter bits in the sausages i just popped them out of their skins.



    Sounds like a winner.



    Will be living off this beef lasagne for a while



    Any sides reccomendations? Beans?


    Peas might work nicely.


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    ^ Beans with malt vinegar - tangy

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    Snubby will be happy

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    ^^ You beat me to it, Jeff!

    I also like a nice homemade coleslaw with lasagne.

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    Garlic bread would have been nice too, the chip butty compensated well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Garlic bread would have been nice too, the chip butty compensated well
    Lotsa sugary/starchy carbs, Dills.

    'Tis wonder why you're so fit and slim.
    Healthy living....


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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    sugary/starchy carbs
    sugary/starchy carbs - yum, yum



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    Nice, Bowie.

    Reality has it's moments.

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    Fish and chips tonight. Since the disaster in our pond I bought a bag of frozen cod fillets at Makro, but when frying them up they just fell apart. The fillets seemed to be full of water... I've noticed that with sausages and bacon at Makro as well. It was nice to get the flavour of cod though after being so used to tilapia, but it certainly wasn't a photogenic meal.

    Pudding was mango upside down cake with ice cream. This hit the spot, and used up another four mangoes (out of about 1500)...




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    Pushing boundaries at Chez Chitty tonight.
    Bought a 2kilo duck and havn't got a clue what to do with it.
    Might just shove an orange up its arse and sling it in the oven.
    Might go nice with chips,beans and gravy...
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    I am open to suggestions from the culinary experts on here..

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    ^ 555 ADSA reduced price - saw one 3 weeks ago reduced to 5 but didn't go for it. Just roast it and use the fat for the roasties. Avoid oranges at all costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    I am open to suggestions from the culinary experts on here
    When you fuck that duck l'orange up, try and salvage the duck fat for a chip butty

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Lotsa sugary/starchy carbs, Dills.

    'Tis wonder why you're so fit and slim.
    Healthy living...


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    ^^^Are the Irish and Scottish ducks a better choice? Or Welsh...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Snubby will be happy
    The fries look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    The fries look good.
    Bet he ate the tin of beans whole

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    Early dinner because I skipped breakfast and lunch.


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    ^ Splendid, just needed a runny egg and some bread and butter.

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