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    Culinary delight thread...

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    Campbell Brodie
     
     

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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Mon 8 Jan 2018 - 16:47

    That looks delicious!



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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Adam Mint on Mon 8 Jan 2018 - 17:13

    Yum it was, had it with roasted onions, carrots, celery and potatoes, after boiling the ham I cut off skin, chopped it up salted it and flung it in with the roast potatoes so that was a crunchie nibble to start with, mate had cherries in the middle of the pineapple rings but I couldn't find any in Asda so had some cherry tomatoes in fridge that took their place...

    And cheap as hell to make, the gammon joint was £5:50 for 2kg, I recon with the price of the veg, pineapple rings etc added cost came to less than £8, we had four portions last night and there's enough left for the same tonight so eight portions at less than a quid each, you can't get a shitty burger at McDonalds for that...

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    Post by Adam Mint on Sat 13 Jan 2018 - 23:28

    Post 270 got me in to pies, so have made a few since, at Annie's girls day they ate all the pies in one go, but I've been making big ones and freezing, Annie don't like the pastery reheated, so two small pie dishes, made pie mix last night, individual pies tonight, and four more portions in the freezer including uncooked pastery to top them with,,, sorted, yum...

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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Adam Mint on Sun 14 Jan 2018 - 18:32

    And tonight Mathew, lamb shanks in red wine and rosemary, roast veg (celery, carrots, turnip, onion, would normally have shallots but forgot to get them, and garlic), plus roast potatoes...

    Got about a hour and a half to go then Yum...



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    Post by Adam Mint on Sun 14 Jan 2018 - 21:01

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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Mon 15 Jan 2018 - 17:04

    You're pretty good at that cooking malarkey Minty!



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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Adam Mint on Mon 15 Jan 2018 - 17:13

    I'm not bad at the eating bit either...

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    Post by Adam Mint on Fri 19 Jan 2018 - 22:25

    Odd one tonight, just needed a snack as we'd both eaten earlier in the day, I was on Asda duty, thought a tasty snacky mussel dish, but they had no fresh mussels,,, so next snacky thing was fajitas, get a Old El Paso Fajita kit, pack of two chicken breasts, red pepper,onion and garlic, for a snack all that does two two nights, cooked it, thought that spicy, clearing the sinuses it was, now got to say I've never purchased the kits before its allways been Annie,,, we sit down to eat, fecking hell, taste was there, but on two scales, taste 8/10, spicy 1000/10, would seem Annie normally gets picture two, but because we normally get a pack of spicy sauce with it I got picture one,,, must rate as one of the must rate as one of the most spiciest things I've has despite dolloping loads of sour cream sauce on it, we had two figitas each, we managed to eat on hand a bit each, wine was getting gulped down like hell to try and douce the fire in our mouths...

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    Post by 3rdforum on Fri 19 Jan 2018 - 22:36

    must try that






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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Adam Mint on Fri 19 Jan 2018 - 22:44

    Go for the BBQ, chilly one stronger than Top Dogs burgers and I was the eejit that put chilly sauce on mine before tasting...
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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Sat 20 Jan 2018 - 18:40

    Chilli is on the menu down here tonight as well, must be the Manc weather we're getting.......



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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 10:50

    2 x sausages, 2 x bacon, tattie scone, egg and plum tomatoes with toast. 10/10!

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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Mcqueen on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 11:04

    Muesli 2/10
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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Adam Mint on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 14:38

    Campbell Brodie wrote:2 x sausages, 2 x bacon, tattie scone, egg and plum tomatoes with toast. 10/10!

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    Yip you can't beat the all day breakfast, normally have one pre going to watch the football and yesterday was no exception, that said I hadn't been enjoying the sausages so had been trying different types, came across the ones below, they are yum, actually fried up another two with some mushrooms as a snack when I got back from football last night...



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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 14:42

    We use ASDA's Richmond Irish sausages (thick).



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    Post by Adam Mint on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 14:51

    I've had them, OK, but would say the Asda Extra Special ones are tastier,,, they are in the "3 for £10" section, so got big pack of bacon and a pack of two chicken breasts in same deal, chicken breasts in that deal are huge, I only needed to use one of them for the figitas we had Friday night...
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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 16:58

    Lidl 95% pork sausages, you wont lick 'em. Aldi started doing them too. And tonight its..... Bangers and mash.



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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Sat 27 Jan 2018 - 16:02

    Haggis, neeps and chapped tatties...nothing to do with Burns, I just fancied it. 8/10.



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    Re: Culinary delight thread...

    Post by Adam Mint on Sat 27 Jan 2018 - 21:47

    Mussels simple Bretton style, white wine, onion, garlic, bay leafs, salt, pepper and of course mussels plus crusty bread to dip in juice...



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    Post by Adam Mint on Tue 30 Jan 2018 - 20:28

    Adam Mint wrote:
    Campbell Brodie wrote:2 x sausages, 2 x bacon, tattie scone, egg and plum tomatoes with toast. 10/10!

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    Yip you can't beat the all day breakfast, normally have one pre going to watch the football and yesterday was no exception, that said I hadn't been enjoying the sausages so had been trying different types, came across the ones below, they are yum, actually fried up another two with some mushrooms as a snack when I got back from football last night...



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    Had some of them Asda sausages again over the weekend, on a fridge raid for tea tonight there were four left, so toad in the hole, think the last time I had that was school dinners,,, serving with onion and mustard gravey and mashed potatoes...

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    Post by Adam Mint on Sun 18 Feb 2018 - 17:51

    And today Mathew it's roast shoulder of lamb, lambs been marinating for the last three hours in garlic, rosemary and olive oil, roast veg includes shallots, carrots, celery, turnip and garlic, garlic cloves are left in skin, they go nice and soft, some will be squeezed it to the gravy, will serve with roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings plus a bit mint sauce on the side...

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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Tue 20 Feb 2018 - 18:43

    Nice beef stew made in the slow cooker with leeks, carrots, potatoes, onions and mushrooms with a side of chips. 9/10!



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    Post by Adam Mint on Tue 20 Feb 2018 - 20:09

    Chips.......

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    Post by Gypsy on Wed 21 Feb 2018 - 14:12

    Adam Mint wrote:Chips.......


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    Thought it was to good to be true for Cam, then I got to the chips bit,,, same as, same as...


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