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XB70

1,857 posts

81 months

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Friday 21st November 2008 quote quote all
You would have to dislocate your jaw like a snake to get that lot in!

Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

154 months

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Saturday 6th December 2008 quote quote all
Another one for the archive - Burger with cheese & relish, garlic mashed potato with cheese and peas



The bananas where used for banana & custard with a drop of rum yum

Cotty

27,525 posts

169 months

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Saturday 6th December 2008 quote quote all
Shaw Tarse said:
Is it Cotty who posted pics of his "big portion?"
It was until someone posted "why does he do this" which really pissed me off, I mean why not just ask me, rather than throwing the question out to people who would not have a clue why I did it.

ManicMushroom

1,885 posts

74 months

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Sunday 7th December 2008 quote quote all
Bob the Planner said:
Tonights Sunday dinner. . I'd not done a roast chicken for a few months but had got a chicken from a local farm and thought I should do it justice. Par-boiled roast Wilja potatoes roasted in beef dripping, steamed carrots and broccoli, home made sage and onion stuffing with sage from the garden and the water from blanching the onions and sage used to create the gravy along with some of the potato water and the scrapings from the bottom of the pan.

yum
now that does look tastey mmmmmmmmmmm, got me hungry now.

all I've eaten today is half a sammige an a pop tart today being that I've got a really bad cold an my throght is killing me.



TIGA84

3,598 posts

116 months

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Monday 8th December 2008 quote quote all
Bob the Planner said:
Another one for the archive - Burger with cheese & relish, garlic mashed potato with cheese and peas



The bananas where used for banana & custard with a drop of rum yum
Another good effort.

Tablecloth improving as well.

7/10.

hehe
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twistedsanity

443 posts

123 months

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Monday 8th December 2008 quote quote all


Roasted rack of lamb with flagleot beans, pea pancakes and spinach mouse

staceyb

7,091 posts

109 months

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Monday 8th December 2008 quote quote all
twistedsanity said:


Roasted rack of lamb with flagleot beans, pea pancakes and spinach mouse
That looks gross with some baby food on the side.

Cotty

27,525 posts

169 months

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Monday 8th December 2008 quote quote all

Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

154 months

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Monday 8th December 2008 quote quote all
TIGA84 said:
....Tablecloth improving as well....
TV dinner by the fire. At least there is no table cloth for comment this time !

Cottage pie, sprouts and cauliflower with a glass of Rawnslay cabernet merlot.


Oh .... and yes I know the hearth needs a wipe !

TIGA84

3,598 posts

116 months

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Tuesday 9th December 2008 quote quote all
Bob the Planner said:
TIGA84 said:
....Tablecloth improving as well....
TV dinner by the fire. At least there is no table cloth for comment this time !

Cottage pie, sprouts and cauliflower with a glass of Rawnslay cabernet merlot.


Oh .... and yes I know the hearth needs a wipe !
Thats more like it sir!!

I wouldnt worry about the hearth, I'd focus on the copper kettle for now, could use a quick buff with the Brasso.

hehe

I'm just jealous of course, I'm hopeful you finished the rest of the bottle by the fire as well, believe me, Le Piat D'or next to a radiator doesn't really cut the mustard.

Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

154 months

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Tuesday 9th December 2008 quote quote all
TIGA84 said:
....I wouldnt worry about the hearth, I'd focus on the copper kettle for now, could use a quick buff with the Brasso....
NO NO and Trice NO ! The corrosive effect of brasso is not for and antique brass kettle (1890s or so) Tis best left to get a patina and the oxidation stops. As far as I know its not been polished for over 40 years and gets used regularly for tea - usually with the toasting fork for crumpets. The other kettle is the one I usually use for tea in the winter though
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TIGA84

3,598 posts

116 months

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Wednesday 10th December 2008 quote quote all
Bob the Planner said:
TIGA84 said:
....I wouldnt worry about the hearth, I'd focus on the copper kettle for now, could use a quick buff with the Brasso....
NO NO and Trice NO ! The corrosive effect of brasso is not for and antique brass kettle (1890s or so) Tis best left to get a patina and the oxidation stops. As far as I know its not been polished for over 40 years and gets used regularly for tea - usually with the toasting fork for crumpets. The other kettle is the one I usually use for tea in the winter though
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My most humble apologies sir!

Out of curiosity, I received a telegram from the 1930's earlier, wasnt you was it?!! hehe

A toasting fork if you please!!


goes off to warm up a bagel in the airing cupboard

Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

154 months

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Thursday 11th December 2008 quote quote all
TIGA84 said:
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Out of curiosity, I received a telegram from the 1930's earlier, wasnt you was it?!! hehe
If it was from this house it would be delivered on horse back by a man looking very much like a character from Black Adder II (or Black Adder III if he was living in the extention - maybe in a stage coach). Anything else is MUCH too modern !

Oh and apology accepted but not required smile

Edited by Bob the Planner on Thursday 11th December 22:07

Funk

15,083 posts

94 months

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Thursday 11th December 2008 quote quote all


It was all I had in the fridge, and it was a long time ago in all fairness. I also went through a phase of seeing faces in meals:





Edited by Funk on Thursday 11th December 22:10

Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

154 months

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Thursday 11th December 2008 quote quote all
Funk said:
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That is my sort of pizza ! I would probably have cut the sausages up into 1/2" chunks but leaving them whole sort of works in a mad way.

captainzep

12,836 posts

77 months

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Friday 12th December 2008 quote quote all
Funk][IMG said:
(1) Posts picture suggesting he can 'see' a massive cock and bearded men in his dinner.

(2) Posts picture with knife and fork arranged 'a la dyslexique'


-Gutsiest post I ever saw man...

Stevie Mojo

1,453 posts

122 months

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Friday 12th December 2008 quote quote all
Bob the Planner said:
Funk said:
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That is my sort of pizza ! I would probably have cut the sausages up into 1/2" chunks but leaving them whole sort of works in a mad way.
That sausage looks a bit raw in the middle, where you ok after eating that?

Funk

15,083 posts

94 months

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Friday 12th December 2008 quote quote all
captainzep said:
Funk said:
(1) Posts picture suggesting he can 'see' a massive cock and bearded men in his dinner.

(2) Posts picture with knife and fork arranged 'a la dyslexique'


-Gutsiest post I ever saw man...
1) I see cock everywhere. It doesn't even know that it's cock.

2) I normally have them the other way around, unless I'm going for a 'fork-only' experience. The knife's for emergency cutting duty.

Ta.

Stevie Mojo said:
Bob the Planner said:
Funk said:
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That is my sort of pizza ! I would probably have cut the sausages up into 1/2" chunks but leaving them whole sort of works in a mad way.
That sausage looks a bit raw in the middle, where you ok after eating that?
It was actually too much flash. The sausages were perfect. They were pork and apple, and IME they're often a little lighter in colour when cooked.

You should be more concerned that I was eating what I like to call 'Pizzausage', chap. I think it has a nutritional value close to zero. Tasted ace though. biggrin

Edited by Funk on Friday 12th December 19:27

Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

154 months

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Saturday 13th December 2008 quote quote all
After steak, garlic prawns, potato wedges and vegetables came the ....


Traffic light jelly

Edited by Bob the Planner on Saturday 13th December 22:56

tvrforever

2,856 posts

150 months

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Sunday 14th December 2008 quote quote all
Bob the Planner said:
After steak, garlic prawns, potato wedges and vegetables came the ....


Traffic light jelly

Edited by Bob the Planner on Saturday 13th December 22:56
Jelly & mayo??? Oh and hope you've not done something nasty to the tablecloth just as it was getting famous?? smile
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