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The **Now Eating** Thread

Discussion in 'La Cuisine' started by J1234, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. jpaul

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    Lidl do some nice chocolate ... coating maybe better than twix

    Lesser spotted bag of white strong spotted in waitrose ... it had better be good for it's premium price £1.79 ..

    have the converse problem, too much SR, not enough plain, we'll try the SR for pastry ... blind bake flans with weights, to keep it down ?
     
  2. Marvt74

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    Cheers. Sorry I wasn’t clear. It was part white self raising and part whole meal self raising.

    it tasted good. Although it’s getting a little dry now. Might have to warm up the last bit today!
     
  3. Raikiri

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    Apocolypse burger.

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  4. bjorkiii

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    That burger looks superb.
     
  5. Raikiri

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    Cast iron = epic crust.
     
  6. jpaul

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    the new covid menu items ...
    Mmm looks good .. what the white sauce then ...no I guess I mean cheese ... gruyere/swiss ... and your own roll
     
  7. beachBOYken

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    Just had some home made bread pudding, lovely. Anyone who has panic bought loads of bread can use any leftover bread that isn't as fresh.
     
  8. seth1969

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    Just had a lovely chicken sunday roast, thanks her in doors :D
     
  9. Craig1981

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  10. seth1969

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    Watched and now need those ramekins too, thanks.
     
  11. Marvt74

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    Good video.

    The GU deserts you can get are ideal for cheap ramekins.
     
  12. Craig1981

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    That's funny. I sent him a message asking what size ramekins he would suggest getting and he responded saying those were ideal :D
     
  13. Marvt74

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    Haha that's great. You always expect professionals to like specific things for each task.

    You're winning then. Can usually buy them on offer for a pound or two and then you get dessert too :D
     
  14. Raikiri

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    Tonkatsu:

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  15. Marvt74

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    That looks amazing.

    Tried the poached eggs for dinner. They worked brilliantly. Best ones I’ve ever made so thanks for the link.
     
  16. Raymond Lin

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    That looks good but need more sauce! :D
     
  17. ezekial

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    I would like to eat this
     
  18. bjorkiii

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    I'm rubbing bread against the pic.
     
  19. seth1969

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  20. Raikiri

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    Distilled vinegar, it's cheap (£4 for 5l) and has less flavour than most.