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thegavster

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6,001 posts

148 months

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Tuesday 14th October 2008 quote quote all
I'm intrigued, lets see some photos of what you actually eat on a normal day laugh

Gav

Shaw Tarse

22,776 posts

89 months

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Tuesday 14th October 2008 quote quote all
Is it Cotty who posted pics of his "big portion?"

thegavster

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6,001 posts

148 months

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Tuesday 14th October 2008 quote quote all
I only remembered this thread after I'd tucked in:



Edited by thegavster on Tuesday 14th October 22:38

MrsSpants

99 posts

98 months

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Wednesday 15th October 2008 quote quote all
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Yum! Is that Pork? What's on it?
Full details/receipe please.


thegavster

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6,001 posts

148 months

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Wednesday 15th October 2008 quote quote all
It's just pork fillet, chopped into slices then fried and topped with the pesto. Put some sauteed savoy cabbage with leeks and some broccoli with it and it's a very green looking dinner.


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thegavster

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6,001 posts

148 months

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Wednesday 15th October 2008 quote quote all
Chinese Pad Thai tonight... i.e whatever was in the cupboard smile


Penny-lope

13,634 posts

79 months

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Friday 17th October 2008 quote quote all
Christ are you lot eating for two, or perhaps three? hehe


Shaw Tarse

22,776 posts

89 months

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Friday 17th October 2008 quote quote all
Penny-lope said:
Christ are you lot eating for two, or perhaps three? hehe
Meh I'd want seconds!

thegavster

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6,001 posts

148 months

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Friday 14th November 2008 quote quote all
Skipped solids, my God this gin tastes like st.

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Piglet

6,073 posts

141 months

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Friday 14th November 2008 quote quote all
thegavster said:
Skipped solids, my God this gin tastes like st.

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Really? I like this stuff, it doesn't beat Bombay Sapphire, but it's not bad and I convince myself that the lack of chemicals means it's almost a health food biggrin

(I also wondered if the guys above were eating for three! - Jesus portion control guys!)

thegavster

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6,001 posts

148 months

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Friday 14th November 2008 quote quote all
It's got an odd foretaste which I don't like, but it's doing the job.

And as far as portions go, I've lost 17kg this year so I'm doing something right (admittedly running 30-40miles a week may have something to do with it)


Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

155 months

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Sunday 16th November 2008 quote quote all
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

MonkeyBusiness

2,865 posts

73 months

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507bhp

5,816 posts

73 months

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Tuesday 18th November 2008 quote quote all
MonkeyBusiness said:
Your bread/filling ratio is very wrong.

I do like a Scotch egg or five, though!

staceyb

7,091 posts

110 months

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Tuesday 18th November 2008 quote quote all
Don't have a pic but I had a lovely Yorkshire pudding filled with sausage casserole for dinner tonight yum

bazking69

8,612 posts

76 months

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Wednesday 19th November 2008 quote quote all
Yikes! How are you supposed to get into that sandwich!

TIGA84

3,669 posts

117 months

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Wednesday 19th November 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
Nice work.

Table cloth could do with an quick run over with the iron though.

hehe

Shadytree

8,290 posts

135 months

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Wednesday 19th November 2008 quote quote all
I'm lucky my Mrs is a fantastic cook. smile

Grilled Seabass in a shellfish boulabase (spelling?) sauce (Marcus Wearing recipe) with Safron Rice, Mushrooms and Spinach.

lick


Bob the Planner

4,600 posts

155 months

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Wednesday 19th November 2008 quote quote all
TIGA84 said:
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Nice work.

Table cloth could do with an quick run over with the iron though.

hehe
Thats the problem with pure cottom tablecloths paperbag Must find an iron some time biggrin

Shaw Tarse

22,776 posts

89 months

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Thursday 20th November 2008 quote quote all
MonkeyBusiness said:
I like thick sliced bread, but eek
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