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

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Bet that was good.
    Was really nice thanks. The Nectarine & Tomato was a bit of a gamble that worked out. Whole thing was really fresh and light. A bit of heat from a fresh jalapeño in the salsa.


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    Comfort food tonight. Chicken, Pancetta and Mushroom Pie.






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    Pie you say? That looks awesome Mono.

    Pieminister Xmas effort, with Kallo Organic beef stock, horseradish mustard, Kikkoman soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, Worcestershire sauce and corn flour gravy.

    Better than your average Pieminister. Must be making an effort for Xmas.
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    Desert.

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    Talking of desserts. When I was a kid, my mum used to get me a 'rum baba' as a treat now and then. I loved those, not seen one for maybe twenty years. I wonder if you can still get them? Certainly not local to me.

    This is a nice looking one, just the right amount of 'shiny stickiness' to it.


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    Was staring at Bath buns earlier to go with my coffee. No rum babas around but I do remember them.

    The Bath buns were made in Bath by a local baker. Bertinet.

    https://bertinetbakery.com/

    Their bread is about as good as most Artisan bakers manage. Mine is usually better than theirs even accounting for bias I reckon.
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    Sunday so roast chicken, such an amazing food, £7 for a free range 1.5kilo tasty bird, which lasts 3 more days meals including making stock out of it. Never disappoints, fresh sage and garlic in the cavity, roast tatties cooking in the same tin, cannot beat it! I love sundays! Oh a bottle of Chardonnay is nice as well.
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    Baked late last night.

    Recently into over baking white loaves to get a really thick, crunchy crust. Most commercial bakers wouldn't want to expend that much energy on a loaf, I suspect.

    Very high hydration with some flat Prosecco left over from a party added to the mix. Tastes very good.

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    nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Baked late last night.

    Recently into over baking white loaves to get a really thick, crunchy crust. Most commercial bakers wouldn't want to expend that much energy on a loaf, I suspect.

    Very high hydration with some flat Prosecco left over from a party added to the mix. Tastes very good.

    Looks fantastic! Bet it tastes just as good too! Perfect crust and texture.
    A mainly digital setup with a musical amplifier and endearing 1970's speakers. A CD player that hardly ever gets used and a turntable that is good enough to remind my how enjoyable my old vinyl is. Some cables and things.

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