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    Panang-style Fish Curry with assorted pickle/chutney.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Good stuff, mate. No comment on the bowl thing?

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    I think the chicken exploded, but my goodness it was tasty - balsamic garlic and lemon glaze, didn’t take a picture plated, as we have guests, but we had it with baked potatoes and loads of veg, plus garlic bread for the kids. Unbelievable that you can “roast” a chicken in 32 minutes with the Foodi - amazing gadget!

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    Nice big chunks of Pink Salt there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Yes I did - you missed it.
    Ah soz, yes I did miss it! 'Cos it was the last post on my screen.

    Interesting... For me, even with a spoon, it'd still be easier to eat spaghetti in a bowl, than a flat plate, but whatever works best for you. No, you'll never see a genuine Italian using a spoon with spaghetti, or for that matter, any genuine Italian restaurant supplying such - and if you ask for one, you're liable to be given a 'look'!

    Like me, they'll just use the walls of their bowl to allow them to twirl the strands of spaghetti around their fork, making it into a kind of small 'nest', then popping it into their mouth like that - or if a flattish plate is used (one with edges, but not a bowl), they'll spin their fork, as shown in the video below

    Spoons can be used as a guide, if absolutely necessary, but if you get the technique right, they simply aren't necessary.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Nice big chunks of Pink Salt there.
    Yep, Himalayan rock salt, supposedly much healthier, but I still try to not use too much. Three things I have to have salt on though - chips, eggs and tomatoes.
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    Got a big salt grinder of pink hymalan salt. Got it in cheap shop b and m a couple of years ago. Still going strong. Was a quid including grinder lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Yep, Himalayan rock salt, supposedly much healthier, but I still try to not use too much. Three things I have to have salt on though - chips, eggs and tomatoes.
    You could make your own Bacon. If your dieting keep away from Salt as it retains water in tha boday

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    Made mash for today and tomorrow. Will vacuum half and store til I need it

    All cooked in foodi in 7 mins.

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    Roasted mixed veg and ham cooked with seaweed seasoning

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