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Thread: OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

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    Today's lunch... Chilli-infused Harissa chicken, marinated overnight in herbs and spices, then cooked on a charcoal barbecue, served with seasonal veg and rosemary/garlic roast potatoes:



    Was superb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Today's lunch... Chilli-infused Harissa chicken, marinated overnight in herbs and spices, then cooked on a charcoal barbecue, served with seasonal veg and rosemary/garlic roast potatoes:



    Was superb!

    Marco.
    Bit cold for a barbie, no?

    Looks good, though.
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    Lol.... It was cooked on the BBQ but eaten indoors

    Thanks, it was superb. The marinade she made up, which the chicken was coated in, was the key. It was basically half a chicken, 'spatchcocked', which is the best way to BBQ a whole chicken. I'll have the other half tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Today's lunch... Chilli-infused Harissa chicken, marinated overnight in herbs and spices, then cooked on a charcoal barbecue, served with seasonal veg and rosemary/garlic roast potatoes:



    Was superb!

    Marco.
    Looks yum!


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    Beef shin, carrots mash and gravy
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Beef shin, carrots mash and gravy
    That was damn good. Came out of freezer
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    Looks nice and rich, mate

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    Texas style pulled brisket in barbq sauce with sweet potato and Chipotle butter.
    This is a cracking ready meal from Sainsbury
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Yes, things have got better in recent years, as people have travelled abroad more and tasted different foods, which has made them rather more adventurous in the kitchen than they once were!

    British produce isn't poor (far from it, as IMO it's the among the best in the world), but food standards in certain areas, and the eating habits of the majority of the British public, leave a lot to be desired... I can assure you that in the likes of France and Italy, they don't eat anywhere near the same amounts of processed food/ready meals as folks do here.

    This thread simply reflects the cultured and discerning tastes of our members, who certainly aren't your 'average Joe'... Not necessarily the eating habits of the British general public

    Marco.
    I think thatís true of anywhere. For example, Iíve no doubt many people on here (me included!) would put the Americans and some of the appalling dross they eat high on the list of dodgy diet purveyors (I mean- squeezy cheese; WTF??) but one or two of the finest meals Iíve ever eaten have been in the US of A.
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