Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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Sticks.

6,508 posts

212 months

Monday 23rd November 2020
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Morvan said:
Tried to make an extra large single yorkshire pudding last night sadly it failed, we scoffed it though.



Roast potatoes were nice and crunchy.

That all looks very nice My Yorkshires come out like buns, no idea why.

Claptonian

1,387 posts

101 months

Monday 23rd November 2020
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Veggie lasagna. Bit of a pain to make but worth the effort. I thought I over peppered it but my partner didn't notice and you can't be shy with the seasoning when doing veggie stuff. Ragu used cooked lentils as the 'mince' which is my favourite for non meat Bolognese/Ragu.

Always a pretty photogenic dish - keep it in the oven for 10 minutes longer than it probably needs!

Edit - also a bit ott with the cheese (3 types for good measure) but as I said you can't be shy with the flavour when doing veggie!

snoopygoose

50 posts

74 months

Thursday 26th November 2020
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Happy Thanksgiving! I now need a nap...

illmonkey

13,617 posts

159 months

Friday 27th November 2020
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Fakeaway, small portion, saved the rest for post beers.

Homemade chilli sauce on the wrap




craigjm

11,413 posts

161 months

Friday 27th November 2020
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How do you make that illmonkey?

illmonkey

13,617 posts

159 months

Friday 27th November 2020
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craigjm said:
How do you make that illmonkey?
Here is the recipe, just grind everything and throw it together, need it a bit and make like a big burger.

Tastes near the real thing too


WokkaWokka

558 posts

100 months

Saturday 28th November 2020
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This is a desert we made the other day.

It’s a cream and orange zest filo parcel. Orange water reduction and saffron with pistachios crumbled atop (not in the pic) absolutely mouthwatering.

It’s a bit like if a vanilla slice and a baklava had a love child.

Martin350

3,463 posts

156 months

Saturday 28th November 2020
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Sorry for the rubbish photo!

Kolhapuri chicken, aloo matar, lemon rice, mint raita and red onion & cucumber salad.


Jer_1974

1,107 posts

154 months

Sunday 29th November 2020
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Lamb hotpot





Edited by Jer_1974 on Sunday 29th November 20:00

Armchair_Expert

15,568 posts

167 months

Friday 4th December 2020
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Edited by Armchair_Expert on Friday 4th December 21:56

Martin350

3,463 posts

156 months

Friday 4th December 2020
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I learned of tornado omelettes for the first time today.

They are supposed to look a bit like this:



I thought I'd give it a go for my dinner tonight, it didn't go well.
It looked I'd dropped it, then punched it, then Carol C. warmed it up again in her tumble dryer.



It tasted better than it looked but still, better luck next time, I hope! laugh

craigjm

11,413 posts

161 months

Friday 4th December 2020
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Martin350 said:
I learned of tornado omelettes for the first time today.

They are supposed to look a bit like this:



I thought I'd give it a go for my dinner tonight, it didn't go well.
It looked I'd dropped it, then punched it, then Carol C. warmed it up again in her tumble dryer.



It tasted better than it looked but still, better luck next time, I hope! laugh
I’ve never managed to get it to work

Martin350

3,463 posts

156 months

Saturday 5th December 2020
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I feel a bit better knowing I'm not the only one, ha, but I don't mind posting my disasters as well as the ones I'm happy with.

I think I might have cooked the egg mix for a bit too long before giving it a swirl and as a result it broke up.
Next time I try it I'll swirl it up a bit sooner and see how that goes.

KloppsBarmyArmy

43 posts

5 months

Saturday 5th December 2020
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Her indoors made Greek Kofte bake and salad, tasted a lot better than it looked!




Martin350

3,463 posts

156 months

Saturday 5th December 2020
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After last night's omelette disaster I made up for it tonight with salmon en croute.
With a sort of cucumber and red onion pickle thing, broccoli and sugar snaps.

And it tasted as good as it looked! lick






grumbledoak

27,906 posts

194 months

Saturday 5th December 2020
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Nice work! thumbup

Martin350

3,463 posts

156 months

Saturday 5th December 2020
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Thank you, it was a bit of fun, too! smile

MrOnTheRopes

1,111 posts

207 months

Sunday 6th December 2020
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Hahaha lovin' the pastry work there! biggrin
Niiice

AlvinSultana

510 posts

110 months

Sunday 6th December 2020
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Home reared belly of Tamworth pig. Dry aged for 18 days. Then scored with lots of Maldon and slow roasted in the Esse.

Crispy cracking is all about getting moisture out of the skin prior to cooking. Dry ageing and lots of salt works perfectly.

Without doubt the very best we have ever cooked.


Armchair_Expert

15,568 posts

167 months

Sunday 6th December 2020
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Missing gravy and apple sauce.

And pepper.

And only 1 piece of broccoli?

Why is the jacket closed, not open with runny butter dripping down it and grated cheese melting gooily into the piping hot middle?

7/10.