Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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ApOrbital

8,193 posts

81 months

Sunday 12th August 2018
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Can't beat a good pie,that looks awesome.

escargot

17,064 posts

180 months

Sunday 12th August 2018
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My take on Prawn on the lawn's Szechuan prawns.


De-veining with the shell on.


6th Gear

3,525 posts

157 months

Wednesday 15th August 2018
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Dinner in Tytano, Kraków's Urban Lifestyle Complex.

Some really cool bars and restaurants here. A great vibe, well worth visiting when you are in Krakow.









Beef Ribs
Burrata Salad
Loaded Jacket Potato
Passionfruit Martini

Online guide:
https://youtu.be/0Sofo0urYW4






Edited by 6th Gear on Wednesday 15th August 15:24

Lozw86

707 posts

95 months

Friday 17th August 2018
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A little restaurant called Gingerman in Brighton.

Pressed chicken, duck liver nugget, raspberry, beetroot, sour dough crisps



Beef fillet




Lozw86

707 posts

95 months

Friday 17th August 2018
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Tricolore salad at home last night. Tomatoes and cucumber picked straight from the garden and buffalo mozerella



A few bits in the tepinyaki grill



Cake made for my partners younger sister - we had intended to order one but left it too late so had a go ourselves

escargot

17,064 posts

180 months

Monday 20th August 2018
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Tuna, gyoza and noodles.

illmonkey

13,712 posts

161 months

Wednesday 22nd August 2018
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M&S Doing rump for £3.50, and it’s bloody delicious!


ambuletz

9,178 posts

144 months

Wednesday 22nd August 2018
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good to see some less than fancy food for a change. I do hope the truck driver from the last thread is aware of this one.

thebraketester

10,781 posts

101 months

Wednesday 22nd August 2018
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Not a photo of the dinner but we made these yesterday.


smack

9,489 posts

154 months

Wednesday 22nd August 2018
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amusingduck said:
You guys know there's a "Watch" button right?

You don't need to post to have it show up in "My Stuff" biggrin
That's good to know



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21TonyK

7,886 posts

172 months

Thursday 23rd August 2018
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thebraketester said:
Not a photo of the dinner but we made these yesterday.

Look very good! This is my next project, have you found any good recipes for different sausages? I'm keen to make some proper merguez and have a go at chorizo.

illmonkey

13,712 posts

161 months

Thursday 23rd August 2018
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ambuletz said:
good to see some less than fancy food for a change. I do hope the truck driver from the last thread is aware of this one.
Err speak for yourself. The prep I put into warming the pan up was immense!

ETA: Hang on, I even peeled and cut a potato or 2 up!

Burwood

16,758 posts

209 months

Thursday 23rd August 2018
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escargot said:


Tuna, gyoza and noodles.
From where, looks awesome. Tia

If home made, recipe please

thebraketester

10,781 posts

101 months

Thursday 23rd August 2018
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21TonyK said:
thebraketester said:
Not a photo of the dinner but we made these yesterday.
Look very good! This is my next project, have you found any good recipes for different sausages? I'm keen to make some proper merguez and have a go at chorizo.
Thanks. They were my first attempt, so just pork shoulder and a bought spice mix from weschenfelder, which was nice but I put too much of the mix in for our taste.

Next up is pork belly and black pudding.

21TonyK

7,886 posts

172 months

Thursday 23rd August 2018
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thebraketester said:
Not a photo of the dinner but we made these yesterday.

Look very good! This is my next project, have you found any good recipes for different sausages? I'm keen to make some proper merguez and have a go at chorizo.

escargot

17,064 posts

180 months

Thursday 23rd August 2018
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Burwood said:
escargot said:


Tuna, gyoza and noodles.
From where, looks awesome. Tia

If home made, recipe please
Homemade.

The tuna was coated in a rub of ground Szechuan pepper, five spice, plenty of salt and normal pepper then fried for 30s on all sides. Easy.

Gyozas were bought from wing yip in Manchester and fried in sesame oil.

Noodles were boiled, drained and tossed in a mix of sesame oil and soy then baked in the oven to crisp up a bit.

The dip closest was soy, rice wine vinegar, sesame oil chilli, spring onion and coriander. Very punchy and perfect with the gyoza and tuna.

The dip furthest was ketjap manis and coriander.

Everything was garnished with finely chopped coriander, spring onion and chilli.

Sounds like a lot of work but I reckon it took about 15 mins to do in reality. It takes longer to eat, put it that way.

illmonkey

13,712 posts

161 months

Thursday 23rd August 2018
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Pork noodles, fancied something different.


6th Gear

3,525 posts

157 months

Friday 24th August 2018
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Instant Pot Texas Chili with Pico De Gallo, Feta and Scotch Bonnet Peppers.

10mins pressure cook followed by quick release.

The Instant Pot is a brilliant device.

LordGrover

32,041 posts

175 months

Sunday 26th August 2018
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IP freak here too. Nothing I produce looks as good as that though. thumbup

6th Gear

3,525 posts

157 months

Sunday 26th August 2018
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Thank you smile