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    Attempted a queen of puds.
    Unfortunately the custard/brioche bottom wasn't quite set enough but tasted nice and not bad for a first go.
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    Jerk mango chicken, bean & rice bake



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    Quote Originally Posted by OK SpidermAndy! View Post
    Attempted a queen of puds.
    Unfortunately the custard/brioche bottom wasn't quite set enough but tasted nice and not bad for a first go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by congo_red View Post
    Jerk mango chicken, bean & rice bake



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    Having jerk chicken tonight , never thought about mango with it , like that sound of that


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    Quote Originally Posted by congo_red View Post
    Jerk mango chicken, bean & rice bake



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    something about the perspective and the shadow, but it look like your meal was served in the washing-up bowl!

    EXACT SAME BENEFITS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redemption View Post
    something about the perspective and the shadow, but it look like your meal was served in the washing-up bowl!

    I can see it, but the washing up bowl would have melted in the near enough two hours that was in the oven.


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    Mine looks boring in comparison but tasted good
    Home made coleslaw with it , if you make it at home and have never added fresh coriander, it’s well worth it.


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    If you can’t be arsed making a jerk marinade, I’ve found these to be alright and only cost about a quid. Ideal for a quick tea or last minute bbq.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GandalfTheRed View Post


    Poncyiest (not sure if that’s a word) breakfast I have ever made. Some home made olive bread, toasted, avocado, bacon and two poached eggs. It was surprisingly delicious.

    My forefathers are all turning in their graves mind you, wouldn’t of had anything like this down the pit. No doubt Bryn will be disgusted in seeing what he happened to a Sutton lad.


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    What a Ponce!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    What a Ponce!
    I’m ashamed of myself mate, but it was good.


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    Bulgogi chicken. Nice and spicy when a little Gochujong sauce is added.


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    Sausage & chestnut conchiglioni.



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    Pasta Neapolitano, with some genuine proper Parmesan courtesy of my colleagues in Italia:



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    Mediterranean lamb & vegetable stew



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    Colin the Caterpillar Chocolate Cake Jar.

    Heavenly delicious.







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