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    Ah a Buckie connosuer......

    I prefer my Buckfast at room temperature, though it must be opened 23mins prior to drinking (to let it breathe) this has been quantified by Jakie's and Big Issue sellers throughout UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    LOVE that, Justers! Fresh corn in the cob is one of my favourites, as are stuffed peppers. Have you tried fresh corn on the cob on a charcoal BBQ - simply awesome!

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    Sourdough starter beginning to look active.

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    a fair bit of co2 forming
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    Friday night is often curry night here - cheat a bit as I use a Spice Tailor sauce as the base but they’re very very good. Punjabi tomato chicken curry and brown basmati rice this evening. Just the right side of spicy without being too hot.
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    Looks good Alex. Currys done properly are so time consuming a bit of cheating is fair play.

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    It was a diner. Beef meatballs and potatoes with fried peppers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primare View Post
    It was a diner. Beef meatballs and potatoes with fried peppers.

    That is mouth watering...looks good...probably tastes wonderful too...I like it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    With the pasta earlier, which was quite filling, we're just enjoying some cheese and biscuits now, with a nice chilled bottle of Asti, as it's such a lovely warm evening:







    Marco.
    The cheese and crudite looks fresh and inviting...but I think wasted on that bottle of fizzy pop..a good shiraz, or even a glass of port would have been better...and some red grapes....just my humble opinion Marco...What is the glass of red behind the fizzy pop Marco??
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Phily cheese steak.

    Had to have a go. Fed up with Americans going on about how great they are.

    For this according to the American cheese steak bosses you need a soft cheap roll. 45p from Sainsbury's.

    And some really shitty cheese. Really you need cheese whizz. But only Asda sell it over here as it is owned by Walmart. So I had to use processed cheese slices.

    Provalone is also acceptable for another variant. Couldn't find any.

    I used 30 day ribeye for the meat. Freeze it for 45 minutes to allow you to chop it up small. Fry with an onion.

    Is it any good? Cheese whizz would make it more moist but actually it is pretty good. Next time I am in Asda I will get some.

    Aaaarrrrrrggghhh...I can't believe you wasted a Ribeye steak on that....and then mixed it with some yellow plastic squares....a 1978 Ian Dury and the Blockheads song comes to mind...
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