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

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    Portabello with dark soy, Worcestershire, garlic, tomato, spring onion, mature cheddar and liberal amounts of pepper.

    Ray wing and capers, lemon juice, butter and olive oil.

    Might seem and odd combo but that meal was magic. See what I did there?

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    Default OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    That looks utterly TREMENDOUS, Justers!! Top notch

    Some more 'zhuzhed up' Tom Yum soup [with chicken, extra fresh chilli, spring onion, beansprouts and shit]:





    Hit the spot. Was lovely and tasty, and spicy!

    Marco.
    Looks great. Can see you’ve jacked it up with a nice amount of Nam Prik Pao in there.
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    Lasagne
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    Generic 24 for £2 frozen sausages from Iceland. Cadbury's Smash. Dehydrated onion gravy.

    Not.

    No distractions like peas.

    Good.

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    Looks nice, dude. Sort of 'posh pub grub', done well. I like it

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    Cheers. I fried those Old Spot sausages for ages but they just refused to brown. Damn fine meat in them, though.

    Not really weather appropriate but was in the mood.

    I usually make a far more complex gravy with loads of ingredients but kept that one simple. A much lighter affair that was really very nice indeed.

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    Gloucestershire Old Spot is the best pork you can buy! It's what our local butcher stocks. If you can get some chops or joints for roasting dude, you'll love it

    Anyway, tonight's scran... Homemade Chicken Parmigiana (pan-fried breast of chicken in homemade breadcrumbs, on a bed of spaghetti with a homemade fresh tomato and basil sauce, sprinkled with some fresh parsley):





    Went down well with the accompanying bottle of Chianti Ruffino Riserva, which Del and I shared

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    Is that the chicken on the top left of the shot?

    Does look very good, though more cheese would be where I'd go.

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    Yup, there are two large bits of chicken breast, top left and bottom right, although that one is covered by sauce. You can make it with more cheese, but it makes the dish heavier and more filling, and I wanted something lighter but still tasty

    Oh, and if you mean grated cheese, yes, but I don't like too much of it, as all you taste then is salty Parmesan, and I like to taste the chicken and fresh tomato sauce (which I mopped up with some crusty bread).

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    Ham Gratin and green beans
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