Man beans.

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#1
Just tried a Jamie Oliver recipe and I'm never eating boring old baked beans ever again.

You need:

1 tin butter beans
1 tin chopped tomatoes
1 packet of smoked bacon or lardons.
A tiny splash of balsamic vinegar.

Method:

Cube the bacon, fry until it's crispy, chuck in the beans (brine and all), chuck in the tomatoes, add a small splash of balsamic vinegar.

Simmer for 10 mins.

That's it.

Food of gods, serve on jacket spuds with cheese or on toast.

Do it, do it now.

**** you Mr Heinz.
 
#2
Sounds pretty sweet. It'll be a wee Saturday morning hang over treat, I foresee. :hungry:
 
#4
I was stuck for a quick nibble the other night and took out the fridge a pack of mixed bean sprouts. Okay, it's a bit hippy and like those comrades in Nottingham, ut with some vinaigrette dribbled on it it's freaking lush.... and the farts in the morning were pure class.
 

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#5
Tried that recipe and I thought the meal was delicious.
Did you do the beef hash and all the other shit too?

I did, wasn't bad, but the beans stood out as the clear winner.
 
#6
All beans, less for green beans, are made by the devil.

I had to grow a broad bean when I was in school as an experiment and I had to keep it in a cupboard (yes, it was a Scouse broad bean- kept in the dark and fed on shit) and I sobbed when it died.

I don't mind bean juice though.

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#7
All beans, less for green beans, are made by the devil.

I had to grow a broad bean when I was in school as an experiment and I had to keep it in a cupboard (yes, it was a Scouse broad bean- kept in the dark and fed on shit) and I sobbed when it died.

I don't mind bean juice though.

Gathering of 64 - ARRSEpedia
I thought you survived on wine and crisps?

Everyday's a school day.
 
#8
I thought you survived on wine and crisps?

Everyday's a school day.
How little you know.

Have you tried Jamie's chicken satay?

Anyway, you haven't even got an Actifry.
 

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#9
' The **** is an actifry? If you can't cook it on an Aga or an open fire, it's not worth cooking in my humble (and entirely correct) opinion.
 
#10
' The **** is an actifry? If you can't cook it on an Aga or an open fire, it's not worth cooking in my humble (and entirely correct) opinion.
A thespian playing the part of a frying pan, badly!
 
#11
' The **** is an actifry? If you can't cook it on an Aga or an open fire, it's not worth cooking in my humble (and entirely correct) opinion.
You peasant.

kitchen_actifry.jpeg
 
#13
' The **** is an actifry? If you can't cook it on an Aga or an open fire, it's not worth cooking in my humble (and entirely correct) opinion.
An 'atciFry' is a description of Stephen when he's in 'Jeeves and Wooster' with Hugh.
 
#14
That looks like something involved with artificial insemination. Of horses.
It does make the sexiest chips in NATO though.

Not like I know what NATO is, cos I is a cadet lmfao pmsl innit.

******* hell that hurt.
 
#15
Snail, you disappoint me... you've been buying off QVC again haven't you? Remember what the nice men who came to visit you said?

Whatever you do Snail don't buy one of those easy-fryers plugged by Foreman. My Mum (RIP) got one and, despite being a fab cook, could only screw up with it. It had something to do with all the water in the meat she reckoned.
 
#16
Just tried a Jamie Oliver recipe and I'm never eating boring old baked beans ever again.

You need:

1 tin butter beans
1 tin chopped tomatoes
1 packet of smoked bacon or lardons.
A tiny splash of balsamic vinegar.

Method:

Cube the bacon, fry until it's crispy, chuck in the beans (brine and all), chuck in the tomatoes, add a small splash of balsamic vinegar.

Simmer for 10 mins.

That's it.

Food of gods, serve on jacket spuds with cheese or on toast.

Do it, do it now.

**** you Mr Heinz.
Beans on toast? Gag a maggot that will. I refused to eat it as a kid, and buggered if I will now. The same applies to boiled cabbage, mushy peas, etc.
 
#17
Beans on toast? Gag a maggot that will. I refused to eat it as a kid, and buggered if I will now. The same applies to boiled cabbage, mushy peas, etc.
Slagging beans on toast?! Food of the gods that is. Boiled cabbage, Bacon and mashed potato. Fish, chips and mushy peas.

Ye gods man, how do you survive?

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#19
Fish and chips? Bacon, Mashed Taties? But of course. But by Christ, as God is my witness, never again overcooked canned peas, ******* beans on toast, or those bastard beets.
 
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