Whit's fur tea?

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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby banjo » Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:57 am

at least two too many imho.
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby ninatoo » Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:06 pm

Shepherd's Pie at my house is made with beef mince (with a few added ingredients) and I sprinkle grated cheese on the potato. Mmmmm! It's not a REAL Shepherd's Pie, but I don't care!
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby Doorstop » Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:08 pm

banjo wrote:at least two too many imho.


Your missus bought tickets for a week. ;)
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby dimairt » Sun Jul 26, 2015 7:42 pm

Chicken and chorizo in cider - made enough for tea tomorrow.

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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby RDR » Tue Jul 28, 2015 8:20 am

Trying scrambled eggs and smoked salmon
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby dimairt » Thu Aug 06, 2015 9:51 pm

Cucumber, coriander and chilli salad; spaghetti in tomato sauce; Arabiatta - spicy Italian bread. Lots of plonk.

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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby dimairt » Mon Aug 17, 2015 8:10 am

My youngest son brought me a huge box of organic fruit and veg from his work, so it's been veggies a-go-go since. I made caponata,an Italian veg stew, then butternut-squash ravioli with a sage and butter sauce last night. Could murder a steak though.

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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby RDR » Tue Aug 18, 2015 7:08 am

dimairt wrote:My youngest son brought me a huge box of organic fruit and veg from his work, so it's been veggies a-go-go since. I made caponata,an Italian veg stew, then butternut-squash ravioli with a sage and butter sauce last night. Could murder a steak though.

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PS - Is everyone else on a diet just now or away on holiday?


Funny that, we have had vegetarian stuff for the last three days, but tonight I'm going with a chicken and leek with potato topping, hotpot
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby dimairt » Thu Aug 20, 2015 5:24 pm

I never think of it as "vegetarian stuff" RDR and with produce of this quality, who would miss meat? Back to tonight though with Hake fillet and a warm puy lentil salad.
I got the hake at the wee fishmongers at Partick Cross - good quality, cheap too.

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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby RDR » Fri Aug 21, 2015 9:39 am

Made a Tagliatelle Ragu last night from a recipe by Gino D'Acampo. Very tasty and a lot less tomato sauce than you would find in an Italian restaurant and more meaty.
Going out tonight but following on from Eddy's fish theme going to give crab cakes a go over the weekend now I've found that the local ASDA have frozen dressed crab available.
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby dimairt » Fri Aug 21, 2015 4:02 pm

RDR wrote:Made a Tagliatelle Ragu last night from a recipe by Gino D'Acampo. Very tasty and a lot less tomato sauce than you would find in an Italian restaurant and more meaty.
Going out tonight but following on from Eddy's fish theme going to give crab cakes a go over the weekend now I've found that the local ASDA have frozen dressed crab available.


Recommend this one RDR. I've had enough of the veggies and fish -it's steak tonight.

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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby RDR » Fri Aug 21, 2015 7:15 pm

dimairt wrote:
RDR wrote:Made a Tagliatelle Ragu last night from a recipe by Gino D'Acampo. Very tasty and a lot less tomato sauce than you would find in an Italian restaurant and more meaty.
Going out tonight but following on from Eddy's fish theme going to give crab cakes a go over the weekend now I've found that the local ASDA have frozen dressed crab available.


Recommend this one RDR. I've had enough of the veggies and fish -it's steak tonight.

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That looks good, it's the hairy bikers recipe that I have for crab cakes, so a bit of a quandary about which one to use now :?
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby RDR » Fri Aug 21, 2015 7:37 pm

Given I've got some Aubergine kicking about, also going to give Caponata a go this weekend.
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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby dimairt » Sun Aug 23, 2015 3:16 pm

Sunday afternoon is my favourite time for cooking: footie on the radio, glass or two of good plonk and an oven full of things.
Today it's pork belly with fennel and chilli; roast veg, using up the last of the organic stuff; stuffed peppers and roast red onions. This will feed me today and over the next few days.
If you haven't used fennel seeds, try them with any pork dish -chops , sausages, loin - the smell is fantastic.

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Re: Whit's fur tea?

Postby RDR » Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:41 am

Nice piece of Gammon for tonight, which we will have with some home grown potatoes, mashed and a veg which I haven't decided on yet.
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