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    Quote Originally Posted by adam09 View Post
    Kids dinner, canít go wrong.

    Must say, Iím an advocate of a gravy and beans coalition as well. I often put a smidge of ketchup or bbq sauce in my beans too. I put bbq sauce on most things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    Today for lunch it is Melton Mowbray pork pie, a bit of Belvoir Creamery stilton, a bit of salad and a helping of my very own potato salad.
    Washed down with a glass of Chianti.
    And for dinner it is lovely pork sausages, hand made by our village butcher with mash, a few greens and onion gravy.
    Rhubarb crumble with fresh cream to follow.
    Nice but you should go with Cropwell Butler every time on the Stilton leaves the others standing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    A TV dinner.

    Good stuff....just needs nailing in red sauce


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    Yesterday I had the best burger I've had in my life.
    Half pound beef patty, still pink inside, and as much again of barbequed pork 'burnt ends'.
    Incredible it was.

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    For you young guns & fat bastards, here's a bang on guide to 1800 calories/day diet to help avoid diabetes.........

    https://www.diabetes.org.uk/guide-to...alories-a-day-


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    Just about to go and cook a chicken tagine with cauliflower Couscous


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    Today for lunch it is Melton Mowbray pork pie, a bit of Belvoir Creamery stilton, a bit of salad and a helping of my very own potato salad.
    Washed down with a glass of Chianti.
    And for dinner it is lovely pork sausages, hand made by our village butcher with mash, a few greens and onion gravy.
    Rhubarb crumble with fresh cream to follow.
    Been to melton twice, still haven't had the pork pie.


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    Pork Pie is Melton's only redeeming feature.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffany View Post
    Pork Pie is Melton's only redeeming feature.
    I suppose, nothing really special about the town other than family connections. City center wasn't bad, I guess.


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    Quote Originally Posted by adam09 View Post
    Must say, Iím an advocate of a gravy and beans coalition
    There can be no justification for this. Its culinary blasphemy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffany View Post
    Pork Pie is Melton's only redeeming feature.
    No,the restored Regal cinema is great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Freedman View Post
    I suppose, nothing really special about the town other than family connections. City center wasn't bad, I guess.
    Fuck me if you think that dump wasn't bad you must live in a right shithole. It still has a Greenwoods it's so far behind the times. It does have a very good buthcers and a nice cheese shop,but they are off the High Street. You should have come to Oakham , then gone to Stamford for a nice East Midlands town.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alabamared View Post
    No,the restored Regal cinema is great.
    I was just about to add that, lovely Art Deco cinema, reasonable price and big comfy seats and you can take a pint in.


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    Just about to make Saag Paneer



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    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    There can be no justification for this. Its culinary blasphemy.
    Fuck you talking about... like peas in a pod beans and gravy.

    I once had chips, peas, beans, curry and gravy from a chippy once and it were the bollocks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Fuck you talking about... like peas in a pod beans and gravy.

    I once had chips, peas, beans, curry and gravy from a chippy once and it were the bollocks.
    Dirty bastard.


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    That was fucking lovely

    Are all the cauliflower , did it with some garlic and lemon and caraway seeds and was spot on , RU , thatís that on your chopping board next to the garlic ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Unity View Post
    Just about to make Saag Paneer

    I admire your organisatoin skills. My kitchen is like a bombsite when I cook.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    A TV dinner.

    Beans need cooking down a bit, I like then to be gloopy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Unity View Post
    Dirty bastard.
    They probably said that to the bloke who first mentioned cheesecake


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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffany View Post


    That was fucking lovely

    Are all the cauliflower , did it with some garlic and lemon and caraway seeds and was spot on , RU , that’s that on your chopping board next to the garlic ?


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    That looks lovely. I like caraway.

    Diced ginger.

    Mine was delicious




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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffany View Post
    Beans need cooking down a bit, I like then to be gloopy.
    I'm from Mansfield, youth. Can't have the cooker on too long or I'll have to put some credit in the meter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    I'm from Mansfield, youth. Can't have the cooker on too long or I'll have to put some credit in the meter.
    How did you manage to brown of the fish fingers in a microwave then?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Unity View Post
    That looks lovely. I like caraway.

    Diced ginger.

    Mine was delicious

    Looks bang on, I have only just got into the delights of paneer and have yet to cook with it.


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