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

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    Is that ketchup on top, daftee? If so... You've just ruined a nice plate of food!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Is that ketchup on top, daftee? If so... You've just ruined a nice plate of food!!

    Marco.
    Cheeky sod
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Is that ketchup on top, daftee? If so... You've just ruined a nice plate of food!!

    Marco.
    I quite agree, it should have been brown sauce!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I quite agree, it should have been brown sauce!
    brown for beef; red for pork and chicken gives it that bloody look
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    Lol... No bloody red or brown sauce should be necessary on that type of food, if it's got plenty of flavour to start with (which I'm sure it had)

    The only thing I put ketchup or brown sauce on (depending on my mood) is chips!

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    Oh good grief, Marco. The only thing you should ever put on chips is salt and vinegar. Tomato or brown sauce is for bacon sarnies!

    Honestly, these non-Britishers with their incorrect notions about food accompaniments...
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    Hahaha... At a push, I may put brown sauce on bacon sarnies, *if* the bacon is of the cheap variety and a bit tasteless, such as you often get in snack vans, 'greasy spoons', etc. And yes, chips too, if they're the frozen type, to 'cheer' things up a bit. Not proper chips.

    My point being, however, that ketchup or brown sauce should be reserved for putting on 'junk food'

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    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.
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    Nice... What you gonna serve with it? I'd go for some cold (steamed) fine green beans, marinated in chilli oil and sprinkled with some toasted sesame seeds, or perhaps some Teriyaki noodles

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    Been busy fitting new front and back door locks that conform to BS3621 2007, for insurance compliance.

    So a quick lunch, Lidl baked beans with a pinch of chilli flakes, on toast. Was quite nice
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