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Tonight I cooked..........

I think I may have cracked Yorkshire Puds
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With some beef and other stuff that I couldn't finish.
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Thank you arrseratti for the perfick recipe...

JB
 

Kirkz

LE
Chicken curry & rice.

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Sausages, mash, mushies and kale. I might have overestimated how much kale was necessary but it was all eaten.

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Kirkz

LE
Roast belly pork, boiled baby spuds in butter, mixed veg and gravy.

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Eggs and soldiers
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What do you think they do with the removed organs and amputated bits?






(I was going to overstep the boundary of taste for a minute here but the little angel on my shoulder stopped me.)

Sossinges.
 
From the last few weeks:

Pan fried Shanghai Porc chops

Vietnamese Dumplings....ish

Looks bland, but very tasty and a great dipping sauce
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Miignons de Porc a l'ail and Les Halles chips from Anthony Bourdains book

Home made confite of garlic spread on Pork tenderloin, with bacon layers on, tied, seared, roasted and then a good strong lamb demi-glace and garlic sauce.
very pleased with the result

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To save money when wild camping, I made my own boil in the bag meals using a sous vida kit.

Bacon and beans
and home made very hot chilli

Worked very well, tasted way better and was way cheaper than the £5 per small serving bags you get in camping shops.

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Tom Kerridge book Mousakka.
I use his books or similar low carb recipes Monday to Wednesday as I can't do Anthony Bourdain style meals all week and live long.

Tom Kerridge recipes are very tasty healthy meals, really recomended.
Best Mousakka I have had, surprisingly spicy hot.

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Mushroom Rissoto and King Oyster Mushrooms.

I am pretty pleased with my Risotto's now, having made a heck of a lot and used Gino d'Campo books, I feel that I have almost nailed them so this was my own recipe using wild mushrooms.

The King Oyster mushrooms are in Tesco's at the moment and if made using :

They come out just like scallops...better in my opinion.
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6 hr slow roast pork
I changed the brocolli recipe (way less lemon).

Crackling was ok, but not as good as the first time. Pork was really good though, tender and moist. Used leftovers for a chinese the next day.

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Green Thai monkfish and king prawn curry:

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