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mrmom

whats for tea tonight?

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Did my own char sui pork! Way easier than I'd thought... No pics though... Still, it was awesome, so it won't be long until I make it again and there shall be pics then!

 

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Nice one man, I love char sui but never attempted making it myself.

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chicken naga and a garlic and coriander naan

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Get them pics up @Slugums. btw sui is pork.

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Moussaka 

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Standard weekend roast (I generally do a roast on Saturday or Sunday, depending what day Liverpool are playing lol cos my footy watching day is my drinking and having a roast dinner day lol ). Roast leg of lamb with garlic & rosemary, dauphinoise potatoes, broccoli & green beans. And cider. And a few spilffs (and having a few spliffs means I'll drink much less cider :) ).

 

Have a good weekend everyone :eat::beer::skin_up::D

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As it is getting autumnal my mind moves towards warming one pot dishes.

 

Beef shin Casserole with Dumplings. Horseradish creamy mash on the side. Slow cooked for 3 hours, this hearty dish has the addition of button Chestnut mushrooms. A rich red Reserva Rioja to accompany. Joints by the burner. Tunes.

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I've had a Tartiflette pie, which is gammon, potato, cheese and parsley in a roasted garlic and parsley sauce...they sell them in the village shop, bloody lovely they are...might have something else later.....:yep:

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That sounds really nice man :)

 

Never heard of it before but that sounds well nice.

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Today its fidget pie ( pork , apple, potato, herbs and spices) with some spinach and mushy peas.

 

 

  

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2 hours ago, Boojum said:

That sounds really nice man :)

 

Never heard of it before but that sounds well nice.

I'd never heard of it before either, but a proper Tartiflette, not in pie form, is a French dish very similar to Daupinoise spuds, so it would be right up your street I'd imagine Booj. :yep:

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Played golf in the pouring rain so need some comfort food

 

Lincolnshire Pork Toad in the hole. Curly Kale and a red onion gravy.

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Getting to really feel like autumn now, so it`s a roast chicken dinner tonight, spuds and chicken from the shop, everything else from the garden, including a huge cabbage I just cropped and threw about a quarter away due the slugs and would you believe worms! lol tbh, it was looking a bit damaged for a while so should have cropped sooner. Any way, the rest are looking intact so it`s lots of cabbage for me now lol

 

sweet potato should be ready any day now too :wassnnme:

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Autumn is stew time :)

 

Stoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo :yahoo:

 

Perhaps with some pickled red cabbage :)

 

lol I'm not having stoooooo, I'm way too drunk to cook, leftovers from yesterday's roast all the way for me (now that I've gone and vomited the bile, cider and stomach acid out lol fucking drinking binge wankery :rolleyes: )

 

But autumn is the time for stoooooooooooooooooooooo, I'll make one sometime in the week :) Once I recover from this weekend's stupidity.

 

 

 

Stoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

 

lol

 

Sorry, I'm a wee bit squiffy lol

 

But I do love stew :)

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@Boojum cheers :cheers:  to autumn!!  Had steak slice for dinner and lots of rum and a :bong:.

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