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

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Baked late last night.

    Recently into over baking white loaves to get a really thick, crunchy crust. Most commercial bakers wouldn't want to expend that much energy on a loaf, I suspect.

    Very high hydration with some flat Prosecco left over from a party added to the mix. Tastes very good.

    Awesome bread, Justers!

    Surprised you liked it Grant, as it has a proper crust!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Talking of desserts. When I was a kid, my mum used to get me a 'rum baba' as a treat now and then. I loved those, not seen one for maybe twenty years. I wonder if you can still get them? Certainly not local to me.

    This is a nice looking one, just the right amount of 'shiny stickiness' to it.

    One of my favourites too, Geoff! If you can find a Turkish or Greek deli/cafe in your area, you'll probably get Rum Baba there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Banoffee pie with a caramel sauce and physalis?

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    Was an apple tart, delicious. Nice little restaurant we use in Brentwood

    http://www.mareblurestaurant.co.uk/

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    Ah I see... Looked a bit like banana

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    Saw this in a Clifton, Bristol coffee shop today.

    Just looks awesome. Mega tortilla. Red pepper, pea, potato and edamame. Not buying a slice was probably a crime.


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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Saw this in a Clifton, Bristol coffee shop today.
    Are Carwadines coffee still operating in Bristol?
    Barry

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    Papperdelle ragu
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Are Carwadines coffee still operating in Bristol?
    Yup.

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    Grilled ribeye steak in a rich red wine, tomato and Dijon mustard sauce, with crinkly chips, sautéed mushrooms in garlic and butter, and steamed fresh broccoli and green beans:



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    Looks good Marco.

    Cold roast pork with stuffing from a mid-week roasted joint. Cheat frozen roast potatoes and gravy from earlier in the week. Fresh carrots, frozen peas.

    Apple sauce added later.

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