Dirty Takeaway Pictures (Vol. 4)

Dirty Takeaway Pictures (Vol. 4)

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Slow

6,478 posts

114 months

Friday 13th May
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Started inside the house but the stink made it move outside



Seems fitting for pistonheads to be cooking in the garage!



https://youtube.com/shorts/4aMQv_w13mU?feature=sha...

Not bad for first attempt at cutting!

https://youtube.com/shorts/nKP2rBGejF8?feature=sha...

Only had some sweet chilli sauce and mayo in the fridge so enjoy this small sad first kebab as the test!





After around 10 kebabs this much was left of the £20 of "meat"



Cotty

37,000 posts

261 months

Friday 13th May
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Love it thumbup

eskidavies

4,603 posts

136 months

Friday 13th May
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Brilliant,,I’d have to go and bite a chunk straight off the leg , teeth marks in the cheese spring to mind,,,heheChick Donner ,chips and curry sauce incoming,


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Garlic baguette involved also





Missus pizza ,there will be plenty of that left I tell thee lick



Slice with chips mat and sauce

Edited by eskidavies on Friday 13th May 22:07

Drive Blind

4,480 posts

154 months

Friday 13th May
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Fantastic clap

eskidavies

4,603 posts

136 months

Friday 13th May
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eskidavies said:
Brilliant,,I’d have to go and bite a chunk straight off the leg , teeth marks in the cheese spring to mind,,,heheChick Donner ,chips and curry sauce incoming,


Edit




Garlic baguette involved also





Missus pizza ,there will be plenty of that left I tell thee lick



Slice with chips meat and sauce

Edited by eskidavies on Friday 13th May 22:07

Driver101

11,662 posts

98 months

Friday 13th May
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I'm impressed you have your own kebab machine. The quality of the meat does make a big difference, the salads and sauces places use also matters.



Edited by Driver101 on Friday 13th May 22:17

Jer_1974

1,225 posts

170 months

Friday 13th May
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You could start a business renting it out. How long does it take to cool down, how do you store it and how many times can you heat it up?

C70R

10,812 posts

81 months

Friday 13th May
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eskidavies said:


Slice with chips mat and sauce
This is the fusion food this thread has been waiting for.

C70R

10,812 posts

81 months

Friday 13th May
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Slow said:
Started inside the house but the stink made it move outside
This is amazing. MrsC moans when I talk about using a deep fryer indoors, but you just cranked up the doner machine in the kitchen without a commercial extractor.

Your wife/partner must be very understanding/naive. laugh

Drive Blind

4,480 posts

154 months

Friday 13th May
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the first pic with the 'bab machine inside, did you also install spot lights to highlight your new toy? Brilliant. smile

Slow

6,478 posts

114 months

Friday 13th May
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Jer_1974 said:
You could start a business renting it out. How long does it take to cool down, how do you store it and how many times can you heat it up?
The machine and leg was cool within 15 minutes or so of being turned off while in a cold garage. The guy I bought the machine off said you get 2 days out of leaving the leg on the machine in a shop kitchen. I assume with using a fridge you can get that to maybe 3/4?

I wrapped the leftovers in clingfilm and put it in the fridge, the middle still felt frozen but it did say to not refreeze it.

For £20 though even if you bin 3/4 its still cheaper than buying 3 kebabs.

Bacon Is Proof

5,740 posts

208 months

Saturday 14th May
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Slow, you have set some aspirational goals, well done.


Midshift mixed kebab to keep the troops going.
Donner, lamb shish, chicken shish, chicken shawarma, kofte and lamb chops.
Pitta/salad/chips out of shot, but all consumed.
Chili and chipotle sauces.

R56Cooper

951 posts

200 months

Saturday 14th May
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Slow, that is absolutely fantastic! Well done Sir.

Robotron70

1,638 posts

20 months

Saturday 14th May
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With that post I think Slow wins the internet eek


Bacon Is Proof

5,740 posts

208 months

Saturday 14th May
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I feel a great disturbance in the force, as if 84 million Turk's are all simultaneously applauding.

mickk

26,537 posts

219 months

Saturday 14th May
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It needs its own thread

Mr lestat

3,675 posts

167 months

Saturday 14th May
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Slow said:
The machine and leg was cool within 15 minutes or so of being turned off while in a cold garage. The guy I bought the machine off said you get 2 days out of leaving the leg on the machine in a shop kitchen. I assume with using a fridge you can get that to maybe 3/4?

I wrapped the leftovers in clingfilm and put it in the fridge, the middle still felt frozen but it did say to not refreeze it.


For £20 though even if you bin 3/4 its still cheaper than buying 3 kebabs.
Fantastic I was going to ask what do you do with the leftovers but at that price as you say just chuck it I suppose. Could you cook it all and then freeze the sliced doner meat

BrabusMog

18,631 posts

163 months

Saturday 14th May
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Slow

6,478 posts

114 months

Saturday 14th May
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Mr lestat said:
Slow said:
The machine and leg was cool within 15 minutes or so of being turned off while in a cold garage. The guy I bought the machine off said you get 2 days out of leaving the leg on the machine in a shop kitchen. I assume with using a fridge you can get that to maybe 3/4?

I wrapped the leftovers in clingfilm and put it in the fridge, the middle still felt frozen but it did say to not refreeze it.


For £20 though even if you bin 3/4 its still cheaper than buying 3 kebabs.
Fantastic I was going to ask what do you do with the leftovers but at that price as you say just chuck it I suppose. Could you cook it all and then freeze the sliced doner meat
Hmm I suppose you could? It’s the sort of thing that will be wheeled out for party’s or such. Was only bought for the wedding so the thought of using outside of that wasn’t thought of!

illmonkey

15,712 posts

175 months

Saturday 14th May
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BrabusMog said:
Bread and salad boss? Looks a bit dry otherwise