Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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thebraketester

10,771 posts

100 months

Monday 18th January
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Oosh... lovely.

RC1807

9,747 posts

130 months

Monday 18th January
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That corned beef hash. cloud9

Jer_1974

1,119 posts

155 months

Tuesday 19th January
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Looks like a murder scene. Baked potato haggis beans and cheese.


JKRolling

408 posts

64 months

Tuesday 19th January
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Char Sui pork fillet with fried rice and stir fried broccoli and bok Choi. Tasted better than the takeaway and really simple to cook.


thebraketester

10,771 posts

100 months

Tuesday 19th January
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Looks amazing. I think I’ll put pork fillet on the list

tedmus

1,451 posts

97 months

Tuesday 19th January
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Looks the business that.

AlvinSultana

627 posts

111 months

Wednesday 20th January
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Jer_1974 said:
Looks like a murder scene. Baked potato haggis beans and cheese.

I hereby name this dish the Taggart.

Adenauer

17,897 posts

198 months

Wednesday 20th January
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JKRolling said:
Char Sui pork fillet with fried rice and stir fried broccoli and bok Choi. Tasted better than the takeaway and really simple to cook.

Love that, I'll give it a go this evening thumbup

JKRolling

408 posts

64 months

Wednesday 20th January
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Adenauer said:
JKRolling said:
Char Sui pork fillet with fried rice and stir fried broccoli and bok Choi. Tasted better than the takeaway and really simple to cook.

Love that, I'll give it a go this evening thumbup
I used this to marinate the pork. Definitely recommend it.



Audis5b9

245 posts

34 months

Wednesday 20th January
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Leek risotto, crispy leeks, ham hock and pistachio terrine and pea purée


tedmus

1,451 posts

97 months

Thursday 21st January
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Audis5b9 said:
Leek risotto, crispy leeks, ham hock and pistachio terrine and pea purée

That looks top quality and sounds like it was delicious.

tedmus

1,451 posts

97 months

Thursday 21st January
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Yes this looks like a deleted scene from Pulp Fiction but it tastes delicious.

Been cooking this for a few years and probably my favourite dish right now, pad kra pao gai.

It's so good.


Origin Unknown

1,743 posts

131 months

Thursday 21st January
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Dinner last night; Paprika chicken skewers, paprika tats, salsa (onion, pepper, coriander and red wine vinegar) with spicy mayo (mayo, chipotle and red wine vinegar + seasoning).




thebraketester

10,771 posts

100 months

Thursday 21st January
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Not a looker by any means but a proper pie (top and bottom) chicken ham and leek with broccoli and roast kale.

R56Cooper

212 posts

185 months

Thursday 21st January
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thebraketester said:


Not a looker by any means but a proper pie (top and bottom) chicken ham and leek with broccoli and roast kale.
Oh yes, would love the recipe if you don't mind.

My chicken pies never turn out as thick and creamy as I'd like.

illmonkey

13,711 posts

160 months

Thursday 21st January
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R56Cooper said:
Oh yes, would love the recipe if you don't mind.

My chicken pies never turn out as thick and creamy as I'd like.
I'm no chef, but, put more cream in?

If only there was a term you could google to find answers, anyone...

R56Cooper

212 posts

185 months

Thursday 21st January
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illmonkey said:
R56Cooper said:
Oh yes, would love the recipe if you don't mind.

My chicken pies never turn out as thick and creamy as I'd like.
I'm no chef, but, put more cream in?

If only there was a term you could google to find answers, anyone...
Christ, I only asked as that particular pie looked nice...

Becoming more like NPE by the day in here!

thebraketester

10,771 posts

100 months

Thursday 21st January
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Recipe incoming..... and the answer isn’t to put more cream in.

C70R

7,633 posts

66 months

Thursday 21st January
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R56Cooper said:
thebraketester said:


Not a looker by any means but a proper pie (top and bottom) chicken ham and leek with broccoli and roast kale.
Oh yes, would love the recipe if you don't mind.

My chicken pies never turn out as thick and creamy as I'd like.
Start with a thicker roux, and fry your chicken off first (to get rid of any water).

illmonkey

13,711 posts

160 months

Thursday 21st January
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thebraketester said:
Recipe incoming..... and the answer isn’t to put more cream in.
How do you know? Maybe he's putting less cream in that you?

I was joking, god it's like a having a bunch of Karens in here. wink