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  1. #1971
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Rice n veg in plum and hoisin sauce with a little shredded pork. Veg is carrot bell peppers spring onions sugar snap pea and a little olive oil



    It's a smallish plate and I didn't eat it all. Stomach shrink lol

    Was very nice
    Looks good, mate - and a welcome change from pasta!

    Keep it up, and I guarantee you'll feel the benefits

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    Fish looks great, Tony. Very nicely cooked

    We had our first barbecue of the year today, as it's been lovely, sunny and spring-like all day... I had some oak-smoked salmon in chilli and lime, with a fresh rocket salad, to start, followed by Harissa-marinated lamb cutlets, nicely charred on the barby, served with a tomato and red pepper couscous, and some green beans tossed in garlic and fresh lemon juice. It was excellent

    Forgot to take a pic, though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Fish looks great, Tony. Very nicely cooked

    We had our first barbecue of the year today, as it's been lovely, sunny and spring-like all day... I had some oak-smoked salmon in chilli and lime, with a fresh rocket salad, to start, followed by Harissa-marinated lamb cutlets, nicely charred on the barby, served with a tomato and red pepper couscous, and some green beans tossed in garlic and fresh lemon juice. It was excellent

    Forgot to take a pic, though!

    Marco.
    Nice BBQ! Love fish cooked on bbq.

    I saw the blue sky up there earlier when I was Facetiming my sister (who is visiting mum on The Wirral). Not so lucky here but its still very Spring-like.


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    Yeah, the weather's been really lovely here here all day... Went for a lovely six-mile walk around the local park and surrounding woodlands afterwards to work off lunch!

    We're lucky on the outskirts of Wrexham town centre to have such nice green areas just minutes away from our house:





    It's always spotlessly well-kept, too!

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    Prepared a giant mango for later use

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    Latest from my kitchen. A nice fresh loaf. Mix of rye, French flour and standard white gives a great loaf

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    Next is a mass cook of chicken And onion. Sweet echalion shallot actually. It will be bagged in small portions and frozen for future single meals. Cooked in rice bran oil with a little garlic and ginger

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    Bread looks great Grant. Can you butter me a chunk and send it over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Bread looks great Grant. Can you butter me a chunk and send it over?
    might make a mess of envelope...lol
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