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  1. #10301
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Bahji first ever attempt.

    Attempted to emulate the deli's big, flat, chunky style.

    Very nice, but I am not happy with the amount of spice used. More next time, particularly in the heat department.

    Texture is great.

    I copied this without the fresh coriander. She definitely doesn't like spicy bahjis.

    https://youtu.be/_p3foSJ72RY
    Ooh, they look good


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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Ooh, they look good


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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Bahji first ever attempt.

    Attempted to emulate the deli's big, flat, chunky style.

    Very nice, but I am not happy with the amount of spice used. More next time, particularly in the heat department.

    Texture is great.

    I copied this without the fresh coriander. She definitely doesn't like spicy bahjis.

    https://youtu.be/_p3foSJ72RY
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    Sausage toad. Didn't puff up as much as I would have liked but very tasty


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    Fishy Paella tonight. With lots of veggies that need using up.






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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post
    My bloody tomato plants are still bearing fruit, so I made (more) tomato sauce and very drunkenly decided to have a bash at making pizza from scratch.
    Despite the car crash appearance, it was super tasty, and Im now a fan of Mozzarella.



    I need a lot lot more practice
    Are you kidding???? That's looks insanely delicious. Car crash... bring on the cars!

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    Thats me done for the day....




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    https://www.campbellsmeat.com/produc...ge-sliced.html

    Just cut up, bagged into 3's, shrunk wrapped and frozen a 4lb one of these.. holy grail of sliced sausage.. ayrshire
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    Made me some low-fat Turkey Chorizo sausage. That was an adventure.




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    Chilli


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