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

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    On its way...
    Itís gonna be good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Wild Alaskan Sockeye
    Tasty fish!


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    It was good.

    The Madagascar prawns were worth £1 each.

    Chorizo, chicken thigh, bomba rice, chilli, paprika, asparagus, spring onion, coriander, chicken stock, garlic, extra virgin oil, red pepper, tom puree etc...

    Not cheap.

    Tips I got before I made off YouTube were use bomba rice, do not stir, leave 5 minutes before serving.

    A treat worth paying for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    It was good.

    The Madagascar prawns were worth £1 each.

    Chorizo, chicken thigh, bomba rice, chilli, paprika, asparagus, spring onion, coriander, chicken stock, garlic, extra virgin oil, red pepper, tom puree etc...

    Not cheap.

    Tips I got before I made off YouTube were use bomba rice, do not stir, leave 5 minutes before serving.

    A treat worth paying for.

    Top notch! Absolutely do not stir. Cover with foil and leave for 5-10 mins. Crispy bits on the bottom are the treasure.


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    Pan-fried Duck Breast in Redcurrant & Port Jus with Broccoli and Fondant Potato.

    Pretty chuffed about this one, was exactly what I was going for.




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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Pan-fried Duck Breast in Redcurrant & Port Jus with Broccoli and Fondant Potato.

    Pretty chuffed about this one, was exactly what I was going for.




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    I'd definitely eat that

    You're right. Bottom burnt bits of the pan were great.
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    Excellent stuff, Tony. That's restaurant quality - and in fact better than most restaurants would cook it!

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Excellent stuff, Tony. That's restaurant quality - and in fact better than most restaurants would cook it!

    Marco.
    Thanks Marco! I was going for the restaurant quality vibe tonight


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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Thanks Marco! I was going for the restaurant quality vibe tonight


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    Was all about the detail on this one, saffron in the chicken stock used to cook the fondant potatoes, good red wine and port with redcurrant jelly used with the same chicken stock for the jus.


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    SERL (scrammie egg research labs) concludes, after this spring onion only effort, that spring onion AND chive is the way to go.

    Cheap white eggs used and it was still good. £1 for 6.

    Eggs are very hit and miss I find. These really were fresh, though. Even the feather looks 'new'


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