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Dan_1981

13,073 posts

124 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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Nice & simple...




chilistrucker

4,168 posts

76 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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Vieste said:
I love this thread great food posh wine and diet cokesmile
i'm trying to watch the mrs figure smile

mmm, i'm off to see if i have any eggs left!

twink

380 posts

74 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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Well my hob packed up tonight and without having an oven to start with, that left me with a toaster and a microwave. Dinner tonight (if it can be called that) is a Uncle Bens Noodle Time with a can of Strongbow pear stuff.

Not even close to om nom nom.


illmonkey

10,716 posts

123 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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Nothing to cook with = an entry to the dirty takeaway thread

ArtVandelay

6,624 posts

109 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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Roast beef dinner, not bad for my first attempt.

Got a load of beef left so sarnies for supper biggrin
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bulldong

2,660 posts

128 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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Tonight we made pici with chanterelle mushrooms, cream and parsley. Fricking nice.


And a bottle of this, which was extraordinary:

Slink

2,947 posts

97 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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pasta thing looks nice, thought it was salmon or something first of all, until i read mushrooms.

an that bottle of red. looks pretty cheap, where from an how much? im alway up for trying new wines if other people say its good.

bulldong

2,660 posts

128 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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I wouldn't describe it as cheap, cheap, but it was €8. Says on the back that the vineyard started production in 1999 so Peter got it right! Was very mellow without any bitterness from the tannins.

I go to the local wine shop and ask him for a mix of stuff for a certain price and then mentally note down what I like in terms of region and grape etc. It's easier like that rather than becoming a tt about wine. Either you like it or you don't. If it costs €3 it doesn't make a difference to me as long as I like it. Normally all of the selections this guy makes are good and minimum price per bottle is around €6 which in France buys you an excellent bottle of wine.



Edited by bulldong on Wednesday 10th October 07:11

peter tdci

525 posts

75 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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Slink said:
pasta thing looks nice, thought it was salmon or something first of all, until i read mushrooms.

an that bottle of red. looks pretty cheap, where from an how much? im alway up for trying new wines if other people say its good.
I've never heard of it, but I wouldn't say it looks cheap! Probably a newish, smallish winery in one of my favourite wine areas in the world. I'd be interested to hear more about it too!

SVX

1,905 posts

136 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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It won't win any prizes, but it was delicious.

Linguine with chestnut mushroom, pancetta and mascarpone.



Pixel-Snapper

5,321 posts

117 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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With a dose of man-flu taking hold i thought I good hot chilli would sort it out a treat. However I know can't feel my face!


Pferdestarke

7,122 posts

112 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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SVX said:
It won't win any prizes, but it was delicious.

Linguine with chestnut mushroom, pancetta and mascarpone.


Very appealing. I can eat pasta and noodles really quickly and for some reason prefer to wolf such dishes whilst they're piping hot.

Jer_1974

862 posts

118 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Some left over cheese from the weekend with Co op bread and crisps. The Epoisses Berthaut is one of my new found favorite cheeses.

Sorry one of my guests nosed the Stilton. biggrin


SVX

1,905 posts

136 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Jer_1974 said:
Some left over cheese from the weekend with Co op bread and crisps. The Epoisses Berthaut is one of my new found favorite cheeses.

Sorry one of my guests nosed the Stilton. biggrin

That looks woof, glad it's guarded by the cyborg from Superman III biggrin

Cotty

32,362 posts

209 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Pferdestarke said:
Very appealing. I can eat pasta and noodles really quickly and for some reason prefer to wolf such dishes whilst they're piping hot.
I find pasta cools very quickly so I wolf it down as well.

Shinobi

3,488 posts

115 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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peter tdci said:
Slink said:
pasta thing looks nice, thought it was salmon or something first of all, until i read mushrooms.

an that bottle of red. looks pretty cheap, where from an how much? im alway up for trying new wines if other people say its good.
I've never heard of it, but I wouldn't say it looks cheap! Probably a newish, smallish winery in one of my favourite wine areas in the world. I'd be interested to hear more about it too!
I think he was trying to be a wine sNOB on a Internet forum. Pretty cool dude.

SVX

1,905 posts

136 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Cotty said:
Pferdestarke said:
Very appealing. I can eat pasta and noodles really quickly and for some reason prefer to wolf such dishes whilst they're piping hot.
I find pasta cools very quickly so I wolf it down as well.
My pasta bowl was piping, but I did have to face the classic "I'm taking a picture of my dinner for PH" face from the Mrs.

Slink

2,947 posts

97 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Shinobi said:
peter tdci said:
Slink said:
pasta thing looks nice, thought it was salmon or something first of all, until i read mushrooms.

an that bottle of red. looks pretty cheap, where from an how much? im alway up for trying new wines if other people say its good.
I've never heard of it, but I wouldn't say it looks cheap! Probably a newish, smallish winery in one of my favourite wine areas in the world. I'd be interested to hear more about it too!
I think he was trying to be a wine sNOB on a Internet forum. Pretty cool dude.
sorry were you meaning me being a wine snob? if thats what it came across like, i didnt mean it like that, All I ment was, the label pretty plain and, well doesnt look like an expensive make, and i will drink pretty cheap wine aswell so dont go for mega expensive ones, I mean, I even drink black tower at something like £3.50 in sainos

illmonkey

10,716 posts

123 months

Wednesday 10th October 2012
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SVX said:
My pasta bowl was piping, but I did have to face the classic "I'm taking a picture of my dinner for PH" face from the Mrs.
My missus also takes photos!

Get her involved

Blown2CV

18,273 posts

128 months

Thursday 11th October 2012
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Jer_1974 said:
Some left over cheese from the weekend with Co op bread and crisps. The Epoisses Berthaut is one of my new found favorite cheeses.

Sorry one of my guests nosed the Stilton. biggrin
I have tried epoisses, and whilst I love a bit of staynky, it was too much for me. I hope you clothes-lined the oik for that, and banished him to the garden.
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