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    Copy cat

    That steak is raw!!!FVCK that...and those wedges are too thin.
    6/10

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    ^ Saves the washing up..

    ^^
    Not a bad first effort
    Here's the recipe, plus they dont need par boiling, just cutting thicker and taking out around 30-35 mins. Most of those were like crisps. Great flavour though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
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    Where's this Madhir Jaffrey Patak Bhunavindafrezi you were knocking up?

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    ^ not yet be in a few days and it will go in the slow cooker, i figured another few days won't make them 9-11 months out of date. I reckon the reason i never used it was the last time i did a Vindaloo / Madras mix the next day my lips peeled. Anyway shhh before Ron pops in and tells us off.

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    The wife had steamed chicken last night, so I boiled it up today and chicken soup it was tonight!

    With bread and butter for dunking.



    I always like some cheese if I'm dunking bread in soup. I used some lovely smoked Cheddar tonight, mainly because the littlun doesn't like smoked cheese.



    She seems to like smoked cheese now, the little bugger!

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    ^ Looking good Fritz...Some mama noodles would have gone nice in there too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Looking good Fritz...Some mama noodles would have gone nice in there too

    FFS, Dills - don't encourage 'im!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post

    The money shot

    Mooooooo...

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    Right, no one is asking but i will, wtf is that orange blob on the plate.

    ^ SKkin you Mercans seem to over cook your steaks, there should still be a throb in it

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    ^^that fcuker has more than a throb, it's still on the hoof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    wtf is that orange blob on the plate.
    Nandos extra hot

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    ^ i'm not sure how three words can simultaneously say so much about a person and be so wrong, apart from when you lift the drape and utter "Its a cock!!!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    that fcuker has more than a throb, it's still on the hoof
    Seared in butter for exactly one minute per side

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post

    ^^
    Not a bad first effort
    Here's the recipe, plus they dont need par boiling, just cutting thicker and taking out around 30-35 mins. Most of those were like crisps. Great flavour though.
    I beg to differ,par boiling for 5 mins then seasoned in salt,pepper,Piri Piri flakes then gently coated in duck fat is the way to go.
    Leaves the skin's on and chop roughly and unevenly for extra variety and flavour.

    Mine look better and I suspect taste a lot nicer also!

    There's only one way to settle this!!!

    A wedge off!

    Let the membership decide with a vote and poll

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    ^ I enlarged it first to see if it was noteworthy.

    For Chitty ... it was (but the bar is low)


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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    SKkin you Mercans seem to over cook your steaks
    You really are a clueless fekker ain't ya?

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    Yesterday the wife went into Bangkok for a medical checkup. So, dinner yesterday was KFC – no pix.

    Todays dinner’s Woon Sen and Fish.

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    Continuing to make my way through my mum's old recipes and in some cases reliving childhood memories. Today it is a bread, butter and jam pudding.

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    ^ nice ^ you'll be needing a lot of custard for that!

    You're obviously from a rich/classy background to have jam in your bread and butter pudding!

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    ^^Sorry it looks burnt to me.. lol. Perhaps that is the jam.
    ^^^That looks delicious, Bowie!

    Healthy dinner last night as usual. Baked Salmon with Brussel Sprouts and Spinach.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    I beg to differ,par boiling for 5 mins then seasoned in salt,pepper,Piri Piri flakes then gently coated in duck fat is the way to go.
    Leaves the skin's on and chop roughly and unevenly for extra variety and flavour.

    Mine look better and I suspect taste a lot nicer also!

    There's only one way to settle this!!!

    A wedge off!

    Let the membership decide with a vote and poll


    I haven't eaten potato wedges in about four months, but I used to like the ones you buy from the grocery store that are already made in the store, and are crispy with a tasty seasoning. I've never made them myself, but they both look good! Different strokes for different folks!

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    I went way outside of my comfort zone last night and made a lasagne.

    My recipe doesn't mess about with bechamel sauce and stuff, just layers of pasta with mozzarella cheese. I found a bag of grated mozzarella cheese at the back of the fridge with a sell by date of June 2017, and it smelt bad so I dispensed with that idea. So, lasagne made with layers of pasta with cheddar cheese it was! Incidentally, however to you stop the pasta sheets from sticking together when you boil them up?



    I don't know if Nonna would approve, but not too bad at all. And not a dog to be seen!



    I forgot to do any chips, so it wasn't like a real lasagne to be honest.



    And for pudding... probably my last mango upside down cake of the season. The mango stock is getting low and also judging from my weight I'm starting to think that these mango puddings with ice cream are full of calories.

    A big shout to KW for this one... an extra big pinch of salt and the cake rose so much that it started to split!



    Turned her over without incident... and my best yet!



    Last night we had hot custard for a change...



    And yes, I was awake by 2am with heartburn.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I forgot to do any chips, so it wasn't like a real lasagne to be honest.
    I have been eating lasagna for over 60 years and making it for over 50. I have never heard of chips with lasagna. I made up a chicken and mushroom lasagna the other day. First time I have made one with a mushroom cream sauce rather than tomato based.. The slice I had the other night.

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