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    Just tried a slice. Was really nice but needs a good drizzle of cream to complete things I think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Nectarine Upside-down Cake
    Enough to make Mary Berry moist

    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Just tried a slice. Was really nice but needs a good drizzle of cream to complete things I think.
    Or custard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Enough to make Mary Berry moist



    Or custard?
    There isn’t anything that custard can’t improve!


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    Cheating and lazy special tonight...

    Bought Focaccia mix tarted up with a bit of olive and rosemary, to accompany..

    A one-tray roasting of chicken snd veg with a Mediterranean flavour (or Moroccan even). Chop up all your veggies to roughly the same size. (Prevook potato in microwave to save time snd make sure it cooks). Coat with harissa, salt and pepper, olive oil and whatever herb takes your fancy.

    Stick it in the oven at 180 for about 40 mins.

    Tuck in and mop up the juices with the Focaccia.







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    La Ratte potatoes, samphire, romano pepper and line caught fresh tuna steak.

    Samphire really is jolly good.

    This was top. Totally enjoyed it.

    Plus 3D Bobby The Whale coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    La Ratte potatoes, samphire, romano pepper and line caught fresh tuna steak.

    Samphire really is jolly good.

    This was top. Totally enjoyed it.

    Plus 3D Bobby The Whale coffee.
    Oooh, love a good tuna steak.


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    And talking of custard, Madagascan vanilla and tinned fruit salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    And talking of custard, Madagascan vanilla and tinned fruit salad.
    Everything is made legit by custard!


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    Wasn’t a bad meal for practically zero effort (I have a crippling back injury at moment, standing minutes are limited).

    This was juicy enough me, there was plenty more juice in the pan. Veggies tasted fab, so did the chicken thighs. Tasty, warm, comfort food.





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    Similar to Tony's concoction (but with pork marinated in hoi sin & soy)


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