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Re: some food

Post by S1K @ Tue Jul 23, 2019 4:54 pm

I’m making another beetroot and onion allotment soup today. The last one I made was even better cold the next day than it was when I had I had it hot as soon as I made it. Cold soup really hits the spot on a hot day.
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Re: some food

Post by HappyGoLucky @ Wed Jul 24, 2019 8:48 am

DI Burnside wrote:
Il Duce wrote:Trouble is you keep eating the bait.
Hence your arse.

Stop looking at my arse.

I guess he's checking to see if you've room for another slice of his pie?
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Re: some food

Post by minimoog @ Thu Aug 22, 2019 6:42 pm

I feel sure this will be appreciated here

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Re: some food

Post by Monty @ Thu Aug 22, 2019 7:58 pm

:laugh:
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Re: some food

Post by CJ+ @ Thu Aug 22, 2019 9:05 pm

Moog, you just have no idea how to enjoy yourself, do you?

Imagine this, though:

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Re: some food

Post by foo @ Thu Aug 22, 2019 9:20 pm

Jesus christ.
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Re: some food

Post by NNK @ Thu Aug 22, 2019 9:23 pm

I/we hosted our first dinner party since my prolonged vacation last weekend and it went incredibly well.
Obv I wasn't nervous about my social skills but culinary are a bit rusty, especially for a group.
I turned out starter and main that went down very well and my wife baked a fabulous choc cake.

So Saturday night is Indian night at ours this weekend. A beef Mossaman is going into slow cooker soon plus a chicken Jalfrezi, guests are bringing Biryani, breads, etc.
It will probably be chaos.
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Re: some food

Post by Il Duce @ Fri Aug 23, 2019 9:19 am

Moogs contribution has put everything pineapple and milky into second place.

That truly is unbelievably appalling.
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Re: some food

Post by S1K @ Fri Aug 23, 2019 12:06 pm

Il Duce wrote:Moogs contribution has put everything pineapple and milky into second place.

That truly is unbelievably appalling.

On the menu in the burger van next week?
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Re: some food

Post by Il Duce @ Fri Aug 23, 2019 12:59 pm

S1K wrote:
Il Duce wrote:Moogs contribution has put everything pineapple and milky into second place.

That truly is unbelievably appalling.

On the menu in the burger van next week?


If I had one, most probably, because your lot will eat anything.
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Re: some food

Post by manfromdelmonte @ Fri Aug 23, 2019 4:39 pm

Il Duce wrote:
S1K wrote:
Il Duce wrote:Moogs contribution has put everything pineapple and milky into second place.

That truly is unbelievably appalling.

On the menu in the burger van next week?


If I had one, most probably, because your lot will eat anything.


That's rich. I've seen your lots' Ham rolls.
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Re: some food

Post by Il Duce @ Fri Aug 23, 2019 5:12 pm

manfromdelmonte wrote:
Il Duce wrote:
S1K wrote:
Il Duce wrote:Moogs contribution has put everything pineapple and milky into second place.

That truly is unbelievably appalling.

On the menu in the burger van next week?


If I had one, most probably, because your lot will eat anything.


That's rich. I've seen your lots' Ham rolls.


You make less sense than normal.
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Re: some food

Post by stuart @ Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:40 pm

Il Duce wrote:
manfromdelmonte wrote:
Il Duce wrote:
S1K wrote:
Il Duce wrote:Moogs contribution has put everything pineapple and milky into second place.

That truly is unbelievably appalling.

On the menu in the burger van next week?


If I had one, most probably, because your lot will eat anything.


That's rich. I've seen your lots' Ham rolls.


You make less sense than normal.


:hehe:

Some things just never change.
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Re: some food

Post by Damien Thorn @ Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:35 pm

I am well loving pea shoots at the moment! Pea shoot salad in my lunch wrap with some nice ham and a mild touch of mustard is proper!
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Re: some food

Post by Damien Thorn @ Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:36 pm

Oh, also: do you eat the stem from broccoli? When I'm doing a roast and cut the broccoli for streaming, I'm left with the chunky stem - which I then just munch on raw and eat while I'm prepping other veg. Yum!

Alternatively I'll cut the stem like carrots and stream it with the rest, but I prefer it raw. Does anybody else do this?
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Re: some food

Post by Il Duce @ Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:47 pm

Damien Thorn wrote:Oh, also: do you eat the stem from broccoli? When I'm doing a roast and cut the broccoli for streaming, I'm left with the chunky stem - which I then just munch on raw and eat while I'm prepping other veg. Yum!

Alternatively I'll cut the stem like carrots and stream it with the rest, but I prefer it raw. Does anybody else do this?


Brocolli is the actual pubic hair of the devil. Disgusting green bastard.
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Re: some food

Post by CJ+ @ Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:50 pm

I like the stem left in, and then it's only just cooked when the floret is all tender. Delicious.

I made a tiger prawn stir fry for lunch today (one of the few upsides to being a dole bludger is that you can cook properly at lunchtime).

I didn't have any sauce so I made one from garlic, fresh ginger, nam pla fish sauce, soy sauce, and black pepper. I whizzed the garlic and ginger up in the herb mill of my blender to get it nice and fine. half a dozen big fresh tiger prawns (I love cooking prawns; it's just magic how they go pink) and then the vegetables.

Added bok choi, edamamememe beans, spring onions, carrot, a little bit of red onion.

A few straight-to-wok noodles and bob's your uncle, a healthy and tasty lunch. Lots of vegetables, some fish, very little fat.

I cheat a little bit and use "stir fry oil" from the supermarket - it's sesame oil with ginger and garlic in it.
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Re: some food

Post by thekungfury @ Tue Sep 03, 2019 2:46 pm

Damien Thorn wrote:Oh, also: do you eat the stem from broccoli? When I'm doing a roast and cut the broccoli for streaming, I'm left with the chunky stem - which I then just munch on raw and eat while I'm prepping other veg. Yum!

Alternatively I'll cut the stem like carrots and stream it with the rest, but I prefer it raw. Does anybody else do this?

Not raw but yes I do. Keep the stem and dice it to add to stir fries. Broccoli is one of my favourite veggies. Broccoli!

re. pea shoots a few years back I grew my own. Very easy and I got two harvests from them before the soil went in the compost. I forgot all about it until you just mentioned them.
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Re: some food

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Re: some food

Post by CJ+ @ Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:19 pm

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Re: some food

Post by Il Duce @ Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:13 am

Makes putting pineapple on top seem bland.
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Re: some food

Post by stuart @ Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:29 am

I made Gordon Ramsays shepherds pie yesterday, it's fab.

Mince with Carrots, Onions, Mushrooms, tomato paste, red wine, salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme, stock.

Mashed potatoes mixed with some butter and milk that I had simmered with garlic, rosemary and thyme (strained), an egg yolk and a little parmesan over the top to crisp up the top a bit.
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Re: some food

Post by CJ+ @ Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:41 am

stuart wrote:I made Gordon Ramsays shepherds pie yesterday, it's fab.

Mince with Carrots, Onions, Mushrooms, tomato paste, red wine, salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme, stock.

Mashed potatoes mixed with some butter and milk that I had simmered with garlic, rosemary and thyme (strained), an egg yolk and a little parmesan over the top to crisp up the top a bit.

I too have made that recipe and yes, it's great.
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