Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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Gandahar

9,600 posts

90 months

Friday 31st August 2018
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Doing a fast food style bun based all day breakfast with sausage patty, bacon, egg and cheese.




Gandahar

9,600 posts

90 months

Friday 31st August 2018
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Somthing out of the freezer in oyster sauce with noodles


Davie_GLA

5,787 posts

161 months

Friday 31st August 2018
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cbmotorsport said:
One of our mid week staples last night. Easy, filling, delicious and good for you. Fish chowder.

Looks great. Could you post recipe / method?

Tickle

3,961 posts

166 months

Friday 31st August 2018
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cbmotorsport said:
One of our mid week staples last night. Easy, filling, delicious and good for you. Fish chowder.

Nice clap

Gandahar

9,600 posts

90 months

Friday 31st August 2018
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Tickle said:
cbmotorsport said:
One of our mid week staples last night. Easy, filling, delicious and good for you. Fish chowder.

Nice clap
It's not often on here we see mid week staples with such perfectly placed parsley beer

Thesprucegoose

26,827 posts

157 months

Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Chimichurri,chilli,garlic chicken and chorizo with lentils, beans and feta.( Bit of a fusion, it's how I cook)



Edited by Thesprucegoose on Sunday 2nd September 12:57

escargot

17,064 posts

179 months

Sunday 2nd September 2018
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cbmotorsport said:
One of our mid week staples last night. Easy, filling, delicious and good for you. Fish chowder.

Superb. That looks right up my street.

Gandahar

9,600 posts

90 months

Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Fannying about with chillies, coconut and cashew nut rice



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Hot and nutty. One to have with a large ice cold lager. The desiccated coconut makes this dish







Edited by Gandahar on Sunday 2nd September 19:20

Gandahar

9,600 posts

90 months

Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Thesprucegoose said:
Chimichurri,chilli,garlic chicken and chorizo with lentils, beans and feta.( Bit of a fusion, it's how I cook)



Edited by Thesprucegoose on Sunday 2nd September 12:57
mmmmm, yummy. Just eaten my meal now hungry again after seeing that

Edited by Gandahar on Sunday 2nd September 19:22

Tickle

3,961 posts

166 months

Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Braised oxtail in fennel and orange with sauteed potatoes in Parmesan. One of my favourite cuts of meat, I really should use it more.





cbmotorsport

3,062 posts

80 months

Monday 3rd September 2018
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Gandahar said:
Tickle said:
cbmotorsport said:
One of our mid week staples last night. Easy, filling, delicious and good for you. Fish chowder.

Nice clap
It's not often on here we see mid week staples with such perfectly placed parsley beer
It really is just the way it fell! I mean look at the scatter gun chopping of it! laugh

cbmotorsport

3,062 posts

80 months

Monday 3rd September 2018
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Davie_GLA said:
cbmotorsport said:
One of our mid week staples last night. Easy, filling, delicious and good for you. Fish chowder.

Looks great. Could you post recipe / method?
I'm not great with quantities, as I do it all by eye but method and ingredients are below.


Thinly slice an onion, cut a leak into rounds, crush a garlic clove. Sweat it down in some olive oil with a good pinch of salt.

Add a diced carrot or two and some cubed new potatoes, stir for a minute or two.

Add chicken or veg stock to generously cover everything, cover and cook until the potatoes and carrot are almost tender.

Add 1 can of creamed sweetcorn (it must be the creamed sort) and a good glug of milk (or cream if you want it extra rich) bring it back up to a simmer.

Add your choice of fish, salmon, smoked haddock and cod work well. As does smoked haddock and prawns. (get the undied smoked haddock) Clams would work or a mixture of everything.

Cook for literally a minute or two untill your fish is cooked and flaking. Season well with black pepper and salt to taste. Serve with a good scattering of parsley and a big slice of buttered sourdough.

ChemicalChaos

9,165 posts

122 months

Monday 3rd September 2018
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I'm currently in Nashville.
Went to a place on Broadway (the main "strip"), called Rippy's BBQ.
Fine dining it ain't - drinks come in plastic cups, food comes on paper plates. What it is, is bloody good, well cooked and extremely tasty meat knocked out night after night to a packed restaurant, with excellent live country music being played by a house band. 10/10 would recommend!

Here's about half a cow's worth of brisket, hiding under a salad and "biscuit", along with a full slab of ribs and various sides lick



Oh, their tagline? "You pull my pork and I'll rub your ribs" rofl

illmonkey

13,711 posts

160 months

Monday 3rd September 2018
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Oh my, those shirts.

Edit: Oh hi CC, as you were...

6th Gear

3,525 posts

156 months

Monday 3rd September 2018
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cbmotorsport said:
Davie_GLA said:
cbmotorsport said:
One of our mid week staples last night. Easy, filling, delicious and good for you. Fish chowder.

Looks great. Could you post recipe / method?
I'm not great with quantities, as I do it all by eye but method and ingredients are below.


Thinly slice an onion, cut a leak into rounds, crush a garlic clove. Sweat it down in some olive oil with a good pinch of salt.

Add a diced carrot or two and some cubed new potatoes, stir for a minute or two.

Add chicken or veg stock to generously cover everything, cover and cook until the potatoes and carrot are almost tender.

Add 1 can of creamed sweetcorn (it must be the creamed sort) and a good glug of milk (or cream if you want it extra rich) bring it back up to a simmer.

Add your choice of fish, salmon, smoked haddock and cod work well. As does smoked haddock and prawns. (get the undied smoked haddock) Clams would work or a mixture of everything.

Cook for literally a minute or two untill your fish is cooked and flaking. Season well with black pepper and salt to taste. Serve with a good scattering of parsley and a big slice of buttered sourdough.
That looks lovely.

Thank you for taking the time to share the recipe. I’ll be making that this weekend.


ChemicalChaos

9,165 posts

122 months

Monday 3rd September 2018
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illmonkey said:
Oh my, those shirts.

Edit: Oh hi CC, as you were...
When in Rome Nashville......

Tickle

3,961 posts

166 months

Tuesday 4th September 2018
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Chicken, ham-hock and leek pie. As requested by a pregnant Mrs Tickle, an aparent craving.




AlasdairMc

534 posts

89 months

Wednesday 5th September 2018
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This is the Meat Platter at Zeitgeist near Waterloo. £25 between two, although the menu implied suitable for 3 or 4. 3 maybe, or 4 children...



Edited by AlasdairMc on Wednesday 5th September 23:02

Adenauer

17,897 posts

198 months

Thursday 6th September 2018
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That looks mank, sorry. I presume it's some sort of fake German restaurant?

You need to tell them that Schnitzel (if that's what it is), should not be slightly off-white, the sausages look okay, apart from the one wrapped in Sen, and the chips look horrible. Are the slices of Spam supposed to be Leberkäs???

Was it actually nice?

Edited by Adenauer on Thursday 6th September 08:39



SCH INKEN, lol, why did it edit that? biggrin

Edited by Adenauer on Thursday 6th September 08:40

cbmotorsport

3,062 posts

80 months

Thursday 6th September 2018
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AlasdairMc said:
This is the Meat Platter at Zeitgeist near Waterloo. £25 between two, although the menu implied suitable for 3 or 4. 3 maybe, or 4 children...



Edited by AlasdairMc on Wednesday 5th September 23:02
Pretty beige dinner that. Frozen bought in chips, and it all looks a bit cheap - stack it high, sell it expensive (for what it is)

Not a dig at you Alasdair, just the fayre.


Edited by cbmotorsport on Thursday 6th September 09:22