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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 3:36 pm
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Mmmmm... runny egg yolk mixed with plum tomato juice... maybe some mushroom juice too. Perfect for dipping your black pudding into.
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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 4:19 pm
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That's the wrong way around. A small dollop of ketchup in the runny yolk is the way it should be.
Mixing it into a swirl is optional.

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My stepdaughter does that - in the pan - for an egg sandwich.
My egg sandwich involves only breaking it once on the bread to spread it over more evenly.
The only time i spread the yolk of my fried egg sandwich is when i am wiping it off my shirt.
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What is it? the sight of runny yolk in tomato sauce is
I think I may know where you're coming from..... is it something to do with medical issues? Have you ever had the privilege of being in a surgical theatre ?
Eggs in P - eggs gently cooked in a spicy tomato based sauce that's been slowly simmered for a few hours.
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More of that foreign muck, chicken and rice and pot stickers and cucumbers. If there was a Korean Charo spice it would be called gocuchicuchi.
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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 11:18 pm
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I'm with bats on this. You people are sickos.
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Old Dec 3rd 2017, 12:55 am
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I'm with bats on this. You people are sickos.
Have you tried egg and tomato with whisky and 7Up?
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Old Dec 3rd 2017, 5:12 pm
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I think I may know where you're coming from..... is it something to do with medical issues? Have you ever had the privilege of being in a surgical theatre ?
Eggs in P - eggs gently cooked in a spicy tomato based sauce that's been slowly simmered for a few hours.
Hundreds of times but I never saw anything as gross as eggs and tomatoes.

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I like the idea of Grey Goose.
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Bacon cheese burger with fried onions, absolutely delicious, and because I cooked 3 there may be a beefy theme for lunch tomorrow.
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Old Dec 17th 2017, 10:16 pm
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Premium Prime Rib Roast is rapidly becoming my all time favourite dinner. Roast spuds, roast carrots (both in the actifry), green beans, a mini Yorkshire pud, my gravy and creamy horseradish sauce. Shiraz-Cabernet
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Old Dec 17th 2017, 11:25 pm
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We had pork back ribs cooked in the instant pot and finished in the oven with coleslaw and chips in the Tfal thingy, but not the Actifry - the other one. We are now munching on min spies.
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Old Dec 18th 2017, 11:03 am
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For you foodies, "Mocnificient" on Instagram has some unhealthy ideas, including Gordon Ramsey sausage rolls.
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Old Dec 22nd 2017, 11:38 am
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Anyone use Semolina on their roast spuds?
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Anyone use Semolina on their roast spuds?
Why? Ordinary flour is fine after a good shake up in a seive, or scrabbling with a fork.
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