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Thread: OK, What's For Tea Today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Fortunately this was all made bar heating up as I'm very lame today. Anyway.

    Slow cooked spicy pork and roasties

    Always tastes better 2nd time round anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yomanze View Post
    It’s payday, I fancy a treat, so chateaubriand tonight with homemade béarnaise, thick cut chips and a handful of watercress to garnish.
    Awesome.... Now I wanna see that!

    Pork looks good, Grant

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    Default Today's lunch...

    We were talking recently about pizza, so had this "hand stretched" one from the Co-op (with added toppings of green olives, chilli and black pepper), accompanied by a small glass of vino:







    Highly recommended!

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    Chicken thighs with chorizo and peppers with Mexican Red Rice tonight.


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    That looks fabulous, Tony! I can almost taste it from here....

    Great selection of wine, too

    Marco.

    P.S Nice pestle and mortar (in the background), btw. Do you use it regularly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    That looks fabulous, Tony! I can almost taste it from here....

    Great selection of wine, too

    Marco.

    P.S Nice pestle and mortar (in the background), btw. Do you use it regularly?
    Cheers Marco!

    I’ve had the pestle and mortar for longer than I can remember. Use it all the time!


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    Cool... It's the *only* way to blend fresh herbs and spices! And yours is a nice big and heavy one, which helps... We use ours (an old solid-brass one) mostly when we're making the spice mix for a Thai red or green curry

    There are so many ingredients to blend together, and it comes much better with a pestle & mortar, than it does with an electric blender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Cheers Marco!

    I’ve had the pestle and mortar for longer than I can remember. Use it all the time!
    Looks very much like the granite one we have, bought from John Lewis years ago.
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    Does yours ever get used, though?

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