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The **Now Eating** Thread

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

  1. seth1969

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    Nice one, is it used to keep the egg with together better?
     
  2. Raikiri

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    Yep, any vinegar will work but you want to affect the flavour as little as possible.
     
  3. seth1969

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    Nice one Cuz
     
  4. Craig1981

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    Yes, it causes the egg while to harden faster, which helps keep the egg from falling apart as it cooks.
     
  5. Raikiri

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    Breakfast - Fruit smoothie

    Almond Milk
    Banana
    Blueberries
    Raspberries
    Honey

    Lunch - Chips w/ pulled BBQ chicken

    Dinner - Grilled chicken burger w/ coleslaw
     
  6. ezekial

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    Today I did make a chilli con carne
     
  7. Craig1981

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    Some pulled pork and skinny fries. Was nice :)
     
  8. omnomnom

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    A mayflower beef curry from Jack Fulton.

    My first and now probably last post. It's been fun.

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  9. Raikiri

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  10. MrMarvelous

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    That omelette looks biblical.
     
  11. Raikiri

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    I'm not sure if that's a good thing :p
     
  12. SideWinder

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    You okay?
     
  13. Raikiri

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    Roast chicken, garlic spuds and salad:

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  14. jpaul

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    comfort puddings ... with beaten double cream on following days

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  15. robfosters

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    That chicken doesn’t look done!
     
  16. Raikiri

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    How so?

    A 1.5kg spatchcocked chicken cooked for 1hr @ 200c. I can only assume you've only ever eaten very dry chicken :p
     
  17. robfosters

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    Looks too pink for me.
     
  18. Merlin5

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    Nice. Bread and butter pudding is it?
     
  19. jpaul

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    Yes - bread and butter ...
    Aldi, on the date, 50% off bread bonanza ... have to crumb some and go for a steamed jam, or spotted d***, with the remainder
    I'm guessing suet will be near the bottom of panic buying ingrediants..
     
  20. Bouton Aide

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    What you trying to teach your granny to suck eggs for? Do you know who Raymond Lin is? lol

    There's some absolute delightful meals in here! nom nom nom