Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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M22s

419 posts

126 months

Wednesday 11th May
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fttm said:
Richieboy3008 said:


Soup with sausages and tomatoes floating in it.
That looks gross yuck, are you sure the dog hasn't been near that ?
They do look suspiciously like two dog eggs floating in your soup…

BrabusMog

18,614 posts

163 months

Wednesday 11th May
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eskidavies said:
BrabusMog said:
Those wings are the best frozen wings available in any supermarket for me. I always soak them in Frank’s Buffalo that you can get in the big bottles in Costco and then 50 mins in the oven at 165 and they come out great.
That’s exactly what’s going on here after you recommended the wings on one of the food threads, and I got a twin pack of the big bottles in Costco after a trial with a small one
beer

Armchair_Expert

16,791 posts

183 months

Thursday 12th May
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I cant take much more.

Shall I post a bowl of cereal with two limes and a frankfurter floating in it?

illmonkey

15,675 posts

175 months

Thursday 12th May
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Armchair_Expert said:
I cant take much more.

Shall I post a bowl of cereal with two limes and a frankfurter floating in it?
The only criteria, is that it's your dinner. Just don't think we're stupid...

ApOrbital

9,171 posts

95 months

Thursday 12th May
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hehe

Ggeo1uk

42 posts

95 months

Thursday 12th May
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ChemicalChaos

9,575 posts

137 months

Thursday 12th May
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To be fair, whilst RichieBoy's meal doesn't look especially appetising, I have had before at a restaurant a quite chunky 3 bean soup with a curled up cumberland in the bottom of the bowl, and it was quite good

Regbuser

837 posts

12 months

Thursday 12th May
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Ggeo1uk said:
Incredible levels of biege-ography

Armchair_Expert

16,791 posts

183 months

Thursday 12th May
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ChemicalChaos said:
To be fair, whilst RichieBoy's meal doesn't look especially appetising, I have had before at a restaurant a quite chunky 3 bean soup with a curled up cumberland in the bottom of the bowl, and it was quite good
That's as maybe, but when you take it all together it really hurts.

The appalling unsymmetrical Pizza with eyes mis-placed and a void of tumbleweed within, a furry hedgehog full of pins, a dick shaped object in every post, pittas with unloved splodges and ropey lettuce leaves, slimy fish slippers... the list goes on. But what really grates, what really keeps scratching away in the background at the nerves, is the lack of explanation or shame that accompanies each post. Almost an unhealthy enjoyment of posting illogical plates of food followed by silence.

C70R

10,604 posts

81 months

Thursday 12th May
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Ggeo1uk said:
Full marks for the 1970s plate and serving Pyrex combo.

Zero marks for absolutely everything else there. I can already visualise you hacking that fish finger to pieces with the side of your fork, while your left elbow never leaves the table.

digimeistter

7,321 posts

186 months

Thursday 12th May
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Mods can we change the thread title to 'Rate my Plate' hehe

Mu12ang

33 posts

39 months

Thursday 12th May
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Can’t find the pic of the pudding cut open as it was 2019. Really proud of this one, replaced steak and kidney with venison and bacon, red wine and juniper sauce. Took 2 of us 2 days to eat it but my god it was lush. 👍🏻

Mu12ang

33 posts

39 months

Thursday 12th May
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Can’t find the pic of the pudding cut open as it was 2019. Really proud of this one, replaced steak and kidney with venison and bacon, red wine and juniper sauce. Took 2 of us 2 days to eat it but my god it was lush. 👍🏻

illmonkey

15,675 posts

175 months

Thursday 12th May
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Knocked together with leftovers. Chorizo pasta thing, like the Italians do. Nice and blurry (who know you could push it more when editing the shots!), with keys, sunnies and headphones


21TonyK

10,056 posts

186 months

Thursday 12th May
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Turned this...



into this... (chopped not minced)

[url]|https://thumbsnap.com/eQ1ar8Tp[/url

and finally this...



was okay, couldn't get the St Pierre buns but TBH there needs to be a lot more work on the burger before worrying about the bun.

Next time I just do it my way rather than following the so called "burger experts".

C70R

10,604 posts

81 months

Thursday 12th May
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That meat is looking quite lean for making burgers. How were they?

HM-2

8,266 posts

146 months

Thursday 12th May
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Yeah, they look very lean (Google suggests they're only about 5% fat); I also wonder whether they're actually a chuck (which I know can be used interchangeably by name with "braising steak") and not some other cut that might be less suited?

Edited by HM-2 on Thursday 12th May 22:24

craigjm

14,697 posts

177 months

Thursday 12th May
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Need 20% fat meat for decent burgers

thebraketester

12,508 posts

115 months

Friday 13th May
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The best burgers I made were ribeye, onglet, extra beef fat and bone marrow.

KloppsBarmyArmy

163 posts

21 months

Friday 13th May
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craigjm said:
Very 70s presentation. Would look better rice one side, meat sauce the other and then the cheese more finely grated
Except that's not how I like to eat it, I just take pics of my dinner, I'm not producing a magazine.