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    Quote Originally Posted by hifilover View Post
    Just to follow up my previous post; this is the shin beef stew in the pot.

    In at 8am this morning will be in until 5'ish



    FYI; that's a 9" deep cast iron crock pot Plenty for left overs
    Great choice! Shin Beef + time = Bliss


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Platano chocolate quesadilla

    Love the sprinkles - classy touch!

    Looks like you're enjoying yourself, Roy. Top man

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    Hi Tom,

    Quote Originally Posted by montesquieu View Post
    Had a wonderful week in Puglia, southern Italy, last week, mix of Italian and cooking lessons and a bit of sightseeing. (Yes ok Marco you have permission to be smug).

    First addition to my repertoire was cooked last night: Parmigiana - basically sliced aubergines, mortadela meat, tomatoes, parsley, two kinds of cheese (Pecorino Romano - a hard cheese from sheep - and Parmesan).

    I think it came out pretty well:

    Lol...! It looks very good indeed Tom, so top marks:

    A couple of points.... Yes, the aubergine should be fried, but only lightly (with a dusting of flour) in a little olive oil, with the aubergine cut no thicker than a centimetre. Personally, I wouldn't use egg, as that tends to make things thicker, and the overall dish heavier, still tasty though!

    However, I prefer a slightly lighter touch, so would griddle the aubergine (once dusted with flour and olive oil), in a griddle pan instead, without the use of egg, rather than frying it, as aubergines suck up fat like no-one's business, and I wouldn't want the finished dish to be greasy, then layer it with the tomato and cheese.

    It depends on how filling you want to make the dish, in terms of whether it's going to be served on its own, as a main course, or simply as an accompaniment to a meat dish. The addition of Mortadella (two l's, lol) is definitely a Pugliese thing. We wouldn't use it that way in Tuscany (as when the fat's cooked, it makes things oily), although we do enjoy eating it cold, as part of an antipasto.

    As ever though, cooking is all about adapting recipes to your own taste, so add whatever you like, if you enjoy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Tonight's effort. Haddock in breadcrumbs, kale, carrots and new spuds with parsley/butter sauce.

    Nice, Geoff. Plain and simple, but well-executed

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Trying to be healthy tonight

    Fig, Walnut & Rocket Salad, low-fat coleslaw, Mediterranean Tomato Salad, Guacamole, Falafel in Yoghurt & Mint dressing and Marinated Anchovies with Tartar Sauce & Hot Sauce on Baguette.

    *All fresh homemade except the Falafel.


    Awesome stuff, Tony, as ever. We really must hook up sometime and enjoy a good dinner party!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifilover View Post
    Just to follow up my previous post; this is the shin beef stew in the pot.

    In at 8am this morning will be in until 5'ish



    FYI; that's a 9" deep cast iron crock pot Plenty for left overs
    That really looks wholesome and fab - just a fine example of great home cooking! I just *know* it'll taste delicious!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    That really looks wholesome and fab - just a good example of great home cooking! I just *know* it'll taste delicious!!

    Marco.
    After 8 hours cooking it better bloody 'ad do
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    Oh... 'Ere's puddin'



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    Quality... I'll have the Barolo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifilover View Post
    Oh... 'Ere's puddin'



    Yes please!


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