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

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    Ti's lovely
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    Looks a bit messy but very tasty, cheese & Bolognese sauce on toast


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    Garden chive scrammie eggs on well toasted sourdough init. Like a bit of carbon, me.

    Just lovely.
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    Proper eggs, not overcooked. Scrummie scrammie! :-)
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    Nowhere near as good as the scrammie eggs.

    Those eggs really hit the spot today.
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    What's that stuff on the carrots, dude?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Proper eggs, not overcooked. Scrummie scrammie! :-)
    Yeah, that was top notch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    What's that stuff on the carrots, dude?

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    Mint sauce. Love it on carrots.

    I cooked the steak like Sainsbury's said i.e. pan fry and bake. Bad idea. Steak was dry.

    Better fried in its entirety, finished in butter.

    The best bit was the onions in with the new pots, which had caremalised nicely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Mint sauce. Love it on carrots.

    I cooked the steak like Sainsbury's said i.e. pan fry and bake. Bad idea. Steak was dry.

    Better fried in its entirety, finished in butter.

    The best bit was the onions in with the new pots, which had caremalised nicely.
    Better you than me with the mint sauce, lol... The only thing I put mint sauce on is lamb. And it has to be home-made with fresh mint, as the bought stuff in jars (for me) tastes woeful!

    Yes, that steak looks dry. Was it fillet? If not, then whatever it was didn't have much fat content, which is one of the reasons why it'll have been dry. With that type of steak, I always prefer a sauce, or even some herb butter melted on top

    No idea why baking was suggested. I didn't never do that with steak. For me, steaks are all about fast cooking on a searing hot griddle pan, or charcoal barbecue, where a nice piece of ribeye is ideal. Also not a big fan of supermarket meat. I much prefer the stuff from a good butcher.

    Yeah the potatoes look great!

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    Fillet can be very good despite bugger all fat. Usually it's ribeye for me, though. Just fancied a change.

    Mint on new potatoes is dead good too, IMHO.
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