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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    The plate itself or the amount of food on it?

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    Nope the plate.

    I was being daft.

    I had a huge glass plate somewhere I was really into at one stage. Plenty of real estate on that.

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    5x chicken drumsticks and a four pack of Punk IPA. Can you tell that I’m on a 2hr train out of London?
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Nope the plate.

    I was being daft.

    I had a huge glass plate somewhere I was really into at one stage. Plenty of real estate on that.
    I have some seriously ‘deep dish’ plates that I use for roasts, because my wife pours at least half a pint of gravy over it. :P
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    Put some nice pork belly in the oven for a slow roast, after a while I though " funny, I can't smell anything ", checked the oven, light on, fan going, no heat, spiffing!. Oh well, oven repair man tomorrow then.
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    My favourite pork & caramelised red onion sausages, sweet potato mash & veg


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    Roast chicken baby potatos and some rich sauce beans. Quite enjoyed it
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Last night’s Salmon with salad in a Jalapeño, Honey & Lime dressing. Light and fresh. Toasted sourdough rubbed with garlic to soak up the excess dressing.





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    looks nice and fresh Tony, Salmon roasted or poached ?

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    Just dry pan-fried on the skin side for a couple of minutes then turned over very briefly. Was just about cooked in the middle, still nice and moist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Just dry pan-fried on the skin side for a couple of minutes then turned over very briefly. Was just about cooked in the middle, still nice and moist.
    Nice, I cannot abide Salmon over cooked thus dry, I have had some excellent results with Salmon/sea trout su-vied and a swift lick with a blow torch.

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    Nice looking Tournedos Roccini there Marco, I have made the dish with home made wild mushroom pate for a slightly less 'meaty' alternative, Mit Parmesan polenta.

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