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    The Duchess
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    Default What ya eating?

    In Manchester for the weekend with a bottomless budget. Hawksmoor for dinner…..

    Not quite sure why they served my starter on soap dishes.





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    Quote Originally Posted by T.B.T. View Post
    In Manchester for the weekend with a bottomless budget. Hawksmoor for dinner…..

    Not quite sure why they served my starter on soap dishes.



    Right by my old office, that. Looks mint, our kid.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed View Post
    Mexican Rice Bowl with grilled corn, marinated grilled chicken and a cherry salsa.



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    Now this is my kinda thing. Looks yummy.


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    I've just picked a home grown cucumber fresh from the vine, sliced it up and then added black pepper and soaked it in vinegar. Magic.


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    It's all about mid-table...
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    Aarr Gert loves that, shid eat that til the caars cum om.


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    Bramley Apple Crumble gently sweetened with soft brown sugar and flavoured with natural cinnamon.

    From the tree to the table in just an hour, you don’t get baked dessert more fresh.




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    Steak and Stout Pie with a whole bunch of peas.




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    KFC flavoured crisp sandwiches.

    I was diagnosed with Diabetes 2 six weeks ago. So I now limit crisps to once a week, on a Saturday night.

    Wholemeal bread of course.


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    I grew the potatoes. Steak is a wee bit overdone but oh well




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    My own creation. Tandoori Mess.


    Just got to remember exactly how I did it for next time.

    Was delicious, even though I say it myself.


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    Think I'm going native. This typical Thai combination no longer seems weird... quite tasty actually! Chopped ham and sausage baked in sugary, sweet bread.




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    The Stuttgarter Sunday Curry Club brings you a spicy Beef Vindaloo, hotter than a sordid threesome with Claudia Schiffer and Heidi Klum:



    All home-made goodness with local beef too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    The Stuttgarter Sunday Curry Club brings you a spicy Beef Vindaloo, hotter than a sordid threesome with Claudia Schiffer and Heidi Klum:



    All home-made goodness with local beef too.
    There's just no way to make a curry look nice is there? What I mean is you can look at a Sunday roast or a fry up and know if it's gonna be a good en or not.....

    Not with a Ruby, you have to sample it to say if it's a good en or not.


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    No, it always looks a mess, but the proof is in the eating.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    No, it always looks a mess, but the proof is in the eating.
    Aye.

    I like a hot one but only if it adds to the flavour, I've had hot for hots sake before and I don't see the point.

    I'm more swayed to a beef one now as well, used to have chicken all the time but beef just goes better with spice imo.


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    Yeah, for the Vindaloo I marinated the beef in all sorts of spices for about four hours first, before cooking it.

    It brings out the flavour much better.


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    Homemade Garlic and Parmesan Chicken Wings:




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    Default Re: What ya eating?

    All that effort to make some wings (they look great btw) to then plate it up with boiled rice?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Djed the Red View Post
    All that effort to make some wings (they look great btw) to then plate it up with boiled rice?
    Jasmine Rice, but it was a quick-win for lunch as I’d slow cooked some pork for dinner, otherwise I’d have put more effort in.


 

 

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