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

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I wasn't hungry last night.
    Had you eaten a big lunch, or perhaps just needed a good fart to make some space?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Fresh beef and red wine ravioli, with broccoli, asparagus, peas, green beans and some savoy cabbage that needed using up.

    A glass or two of 2012 Chateau Réault, Bordeaux.
    Could we see some pics of your drinks and munchies (as we've all shown ours) Barry? I'd don't think I've ever seen what the food looks like that you're eating

    Maybe do it next time?

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    Gourmet night tonight.

    Chips, egg, and beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narabdela View Post
    Gourmet night tonight.

    Chips, egg, and beans.
    Now you're talking!

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    Nothing wrong with that, done well.

    So it has to be proper homemade, hand-cut chips (not yer frozen shite), cut chunky, free-range or organic eggs, with lovely yellowy yolks, cooked slightly runny but still firm-ish in the centre, with a nicely firm white outer, and good quality baked beans (I like to stir in a teaspoon of double-concentrate tomato puree, a few drops of Lee & Perrins sauce and a small knob of butter, during the heating up process), so they come really tasty!

    Then serve with some cracked rock salt on the chips and a sprinkling of good malt vinegar. Some white pepper and rock salt sprinkled on top of the eggs, and buttered 'soldiers' to dip into the runny egg yolk... Perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    good quality baked beans (I like to stir in a touch of double-concentrate tomato puree, a few drops of Lee & Perrins sauce and a knob of butter, during the heating up process), so they come really tasty!

    Marco.
    That's my dodge. Except, I add a little white pepper, no Worcester sauce (not keen).

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    Yes, I'm not surprised because of the strong flavour. Thing is, you don't actually taste it, unless you use too much. It just subtly enriches the flavour, as I find that the tomato sauce contained in tinned baked beans usually needs a little 'help'

    Especially as we buy the reduced salt variety.

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    often do similar.. tomato paste or even ketchup and chilli usually. best cooked on stove for texture
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    Yup, or make your own baked beans, which is a different animal altogether!

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    The only time I've appreciated worcester sauce, is a dribble across sardines on toast. That works.

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