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Old Dec 1st 2011, 5:12 pm
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Spicey chicken soup! Yam.
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Old Dec 2nd 2011, 4:33 pm
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Home-made burgers

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Old Dec 2nd 2011, 4:47 pm
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Salmon caught at Anatoki last time we had visitors. They caught . We got to keep what we didn't have hot smoked to eat at the time. Asparagus . Potato bake with own herbs. Peas and sweet corn from the vege garden.

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Fillet steak, courtesy of Daisy the cow
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Old Dec 4th 2011, 5:34 pm
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Originally Posted by BEVS
Salmon caught at Anatoki last time we had visitors. They caught . We got to keep what we didn't have hot smoked to eat at the time. Asparagus . Potato bake with own herbs. Peas and sweet corn from the vege garden.
Oh wow- are your peas and sweetcorn ready already?!
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Old Dec 4th 2011, 6:27 pm
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Cheese and onion pie, my Mum's recipe
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Old Dec 4th 2011, 8:41 pm
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Originally Posted by Michelle&Carl
Cheese and onion pie, my Mum's recipe
Oh yum, I do like a cheese and onion pie!! Care to share mum's recipe? My mums was just literally cheese and onion between pastry.
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Old Dec 5th 2011, 5:59 am
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Oh yum, I do like a cheese and onion pie!! Care to share mum's recipe? My mums was just literally cheese and onion between pastry.
So is my Mums but add in some small diced potato It's the way you cook the onions too... I fry mine off in butter (don't know what marg would make them taste like, I use real butter) to soften slightly but not brown them, and then add a bit of water until they go supersoft. Layer it - onions/potato/cheese until it is filled and then bung it in th'oven for 20-30 mins.
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Originally Posted by bourbon-biscuit
Oh wow- are your peas and sweetcorn ready already?!
No. I took a punt on planting a few bits early. The peas are from some dwarf pea plants but half struggled. My main crop is still growing.
The sweetcorn was the same. I popped a few in the ground early and forgot about them. 1 plant did well. The rest have been planted later and staggered. Tallest is yet to ripen.
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Old Dec 5th 2011, 7:13 pm
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Originally Posted by Michelle&Carl
So is my Mums but add in some small diced potato It's the way you cook the onions too... I fry mine off in butter (don't know what marg would make them taste like, I use real butter) to soften slightly but not brown them, and then add a bit of water until they go supersoft. Layer it - onions/potato/cheese until it is filled and then bung it in th'oven for 20-30 mins.
Yum thanks, I do usually add some sliced potatoes in too for a bit of substance. I forget to do things like this, always trying to think of something different so cheers for the reminder.
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Old Dec 5th 2011, 7:21 pm
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Originally Posted by Bo-Jangles
Yum thanks, I do usually add some sliced potatoes in too for a bit of substance. I forget to do things like this, always trying to think of something different so cheers for the reminder.
No worries... bon app├ętit I made cheese and onion quiche too
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Old Dec 14th 2011, 5:08 pm
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Cheeseburger take-away from The Tavern at the end of the village. . Complete with salad bits , beetroot & chutney. Tiz quality.
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quick dinner for tonight.

not fancy.

something called creamy Thai chicken blah~.

yellow paper,
onion,
round beans,
chicken,
coconut milk,
and the Thai sauce.

It's yum yum,, (than I thought. )
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Old Dec 21st 2011, 6:58 pm
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Originally Posted by crap coffee
quick dinner for tonight.

not fancy.

something called creamy Thai chicken blah~.

yellow paper,
onion,
round beans,
chicken,
coconut milk,
and the Thai sauce.

It's yum yum,, (than I thought. ) - though it looks dull and tasteless
Do you wrap it in the Yellow Paper......
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Old Dec 21st 2011, 7:15 pm
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Originally Posted by crap coffee
quick dinner for tonight.

not fancy.

something called creamy Thai chicken blah~.

yellow paper,
onion,
round beans,
chicken,
coconut milk,
and the Thai sauce.

It's yum yum,, (than I thought. )
Looks very yum to me!! Which Thai sauce did you use?
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