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

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    Glad to see you don't waste anything. We hardly throw any food out

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    Veg and chicken noodles in sweet chilli sauce

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Small piece of belly pork marinated in fennel seeds, black pepper, thyme, garlic and extra virgin olive oil. Just squeezed a load of lemon juice on it.

    On its way now just dropped the temp low for a long cook... to raise again later.
    Remains of this belly pork cold.

    The marinade on the underside of what you see here tasted beyond finest deli after a couple of days in the fridge. There was much more of it than you see on the side here.

    Warm it was only pretty good.

    Truly stunning and genuinely surprised.
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    White Corn Tortillas stuffed with last night’s Paella, Guacamole, Padron Peppers and Lemon Garlic Mayo (not on plate).

    *a bit of chopped tomato, Valentina Hot Sauce and Cheese on top of the tortillas too.

    Went down a treat!




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    quite like corn tortilla too; think last ones i had were yellow but have white too. make a decent lasagne too
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    quite like corn tortilla too; think last ones i had were yellow but have white too. make a decent lasagne too
    They do!
    Often used to do a Mexican Lasagne with corn tortillas and leftover chilli.


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    Mostly veg and rice in chilli sauce
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    If your anything like me digesting peppers grant i dare say your turds will be colourful.

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    Dont seem to have any issues about peppers...tomato juice is another thing
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    From the Father's Day thread, today's lunch...

    Quote Originally Posted by Marco
    Starting off with a few chilled Aperol spitzers, then onto the starter, which will be Del's home-made spinach and ricotta crespelle, followed by spezzatino di capretto al vino rosso (goat stew, marinated in red wine and herbs), and served with polenta.

    The starter will be served with a bottle of Bardolino, and the main a bottle of Brunello di Montalcino. Then onto dessert, which will be a signature one of Del's, a freshly-made fruit Zabaglione.
    Spinach and ricotta crespelle (essentially Italian savoury crępes) with a fresh tomato and basil sauce:



    Goat stew and polenta:



    Fruit Zabaglione:





    It was great, and the main thing was my dad really enjoyed himself!

    Marco.
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