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  1. #10421
    Join Date: Nov 2011

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    A variation on hairy bikers spanish chicken (no chorizo, cooked rice instead of potatoes & a bit of cheese thrown in)




  2. #10422
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    Wagamama Sweet & Sour beef recipe from Ways With Noodles. I added mushrooms and used a lot more fresh garlic and ginger than prescribed. Made with nicely marbled sirloin steak.

    The unchopped coriander pile was excellent just eaten by itself between mouthfuls.

    One of the best things I have eaten in a long while.

    Followed by Darjeeling with milk and sweet stuff

  3. #10423
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    So smarties don't come in those tubes anymore? What's the world coming to, used to enjoy stamping on the empty tube and firing the lid across the room.

  4. #10424
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Love it. Some flans Del made earlier... One tomato, basil, creme-fraiche, and pesto. and the other caramelised onions, sauteed courgettes, oregano and feta.

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    And cooked:



    Went nice with a crisp, chilled, Sauvignon Blanc

    Marco.
    I like a nice tart every now and then

    Looks good, and usually very easy to make.

  5. #10425
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    So smarties don't come in those tubes anymore? What's the world coming to, used to enjoy stamping on the empty tube and firing the lid across the room.
    Nah Roy. It's a real pisser!

  6. #10426
    Join Date: Nov 2013

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    preferred the square boxes... you could get more in em.

  7. #10427
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    Last night’s Paella.




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  8. #10428
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Last night’s Paella.




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    I have to ask - have you trained as a chef or is all this self taught?
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  9. #10429
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    Quote Originally Posted by guy View Post
    I have to ask - have you trained as a chef or is all this self taught?
    Haha no, I’ve been cooking since the age of about 12 though. Always had a keen interest in different cuisines such as Italian and Japanese.

    Through the years I’ve picked up lots of useful advice and influences from my sister’s side (her hubby is Italian and she’s lived in Switzerland/France most of her life), and my friend Rob (who’s family and food culture is Basque), we’ve cooked side-by-side and shared ideas over the years.

    I’ve read a lot of cookbooks over the years too, but generally do my own thing these days, picking up ideas from the internet and putting my own twist on things sometimes.

    My own preferences are for ‘peasant food’ (the Italian “cucina povera”) as these tend to maximise taste and minimise waste; tried and tested through the years and free from needless extravagance and effort.

    I just love food really, I suspect some of that is due to growing up and being around people who love food as well.

    I’m definitely live to eat rather than eat to live


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  10. #10430
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    Managed to aquire some spuds so homemade chips
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