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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Still looks tasty... I'd happy eat that, just not while anyone I know was looking!

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    I was about to say 'don't let Marco see it' but I was wrong.. It does look tasty.

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    Just going in the oven chicken fillets wrapped in bacon with onion, peppers, vine tomatoes, mixed herbs & olive oil (in a very well used pyrex dish)



    Served with rice

    Last edited by Roy S; 24-02-2020 at 18:57.

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    Nice big toe

    Is that Pilau Rice Roy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Nice big toe

    Is that Pilau Rice Roy?
    Perfectly manicured as always.

    Just easy cook with a couple of teaspoons of turmeric in the cooking water to colour it André, got enough left to stir fry for lunch tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Someone rescue that poor chicken with some gravy!!



    Marco.
    not this time, plus doing the chicken in the Foodi it is so moist and tender. I owe Grant a debt of gratitude for the tip-off, this device is fab! (And who doesn't like moist?)
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    Creamy leeks & Chicken wi tatters


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    Looks bland!

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    No dude its not bland, you season food see.

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    Cold chicken, chips and caramelised carrots.
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    Am I the only one here, apart from Roy-boy, who eats legs, thighs and wings of roasted chicken, and breast (with its crispy skin) on?



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