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Old Feb 10th 2012, 5:17 am
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Originally Posted by helcat12 View Post
Maple mustard marinated pork steaks for me, with baked potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower.

I have also made some fresh lemon curd this afternoon, so might have a slice of bread with that on after with a cup of tea


But I'd rather eat this, sigh.

This sounds delicio!
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Old Feb 10th 2012, 5:20 am
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I don't like the sound of that alioli stuff yuck and red sauce with steak is awfully gauche, one should only use brown sauce don't you know..


Lol... I like mustard with steak, hot english stuff
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Lol... I like mustard with steak, hot english stuff
|I like a nice redcurrent and wine sauce with mine
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Originally Posted by helcat12 View Post
That sounds marvellous.
Never had a go at making pasta or gnocchi but if I was going to, that would be my choice.

I have used my own home-grown sage to make the butter for shop made pasta before, so maybe I could do the rest!

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IT is very simple... I use this recipe http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/pum...cotta_gnocchi/
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Tonight home made chicken quesadilla and salad.
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IT is very simple... I use this recipe http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/pum...cotta_gnocchi/

Thanks for that - I will definitely try this recipe as I have a load of pumpkin in my freezer that could be put to good use.
I don't grow my own sage yet here, though, so maybe I will get a plant for the windowsill before I try it - there is nothing as good as freshly picked herbs.
I also used up all my butter in yesterday's lemon curd.

Originally Posted by dollface View Post
Tonight home made chicken quesadilla and salad.
That sounds lovely as well, although salad doesn't appeal so much here on a drab, chilly and damp Friday.
I'll save that for another, sunnier day.

Not yet made a decision about tonight's repast.
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I ate alot of crab that we caught and then cooked on the dock. We also had some rum. "Ahoy mates!"
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I ate alot of crab that we caught and then cooked on the dock. We also had some rum. "Ahoy mates!"
God that sounds utterly delish....I can actually feel myself drooling over the keyboard!
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Last night we had a Thai green fish curry (basa fillets) and basmati rice.

Yum!
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We are going to have homemade chicken tikka masala for our tea tonight. Since about 7am this morning, the chicken cubes have been gently marinating in yogurt, fresh ginger paste, fresh garlic paste, fresh cilantro and a combination of Kashmiri chilli powder, salt, freshly ground cumin and coriander, Punjabi garam masala and turmeric.
I made some last night and added an extra three teaspoons of chill powder and boy it was great. I used fresh tomatoes this time so it was a tad sweet but I mitigated that with a tablespoon of rice wine vinegar and it all turned out to be the bollox. :thumb up:

I don't want or need Canadian friends but if you do, this recipe will get them lining up at the door.
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I made some last night and added an extra three teaspoons of chill powder and boy it was great. I used fresh tomatoes this time so it was a tad sweet but I mitigated that with a tablespoon of rice wine vinegar and it all turned out to be the bollox. :thumb up:

I don't want or need Canadian friends but if you do, this recipe will get them lining up at the door.
Yum! it's Friday so we had pizza
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Homemade chili, tomato wraps, avocado and sour cream for us tonight.
I had the chili already made, so this is the quick and easy tea I want on a Friday after a rather difficult week.

I might be tempted to drink some wine, too.
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HID was working late so I made myself a large BLT with a mound of double smoked Danish bacon and lashing of brown sauce. Who says you can't live a civilized existence in Canada, eh buddy?
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HID was working late so I made myself a large BLT with a mound of double smoked Danish bacon and lashing of brown sauce. Who says you can't live a civilized existence in Canada, eh buddy?
where did you get Danish bacon?
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where did you get Danish bacon?
From a shop in Granville Island Market, Vancouver.
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