Discussion in 'La Cuisine' started by J1234, Apr 18, 2011.
Looks amazing, if someone got served that in an Indian I bet they wouldn't bat an eyelid.
Thanks, while I've been on furlough I've been following a lot of Indian YouTube cooking guides, particularly those aimed at more of a 'British takeaway' style.
This is a fantastic book. The tikka recipe is amazing, it’s spot on! The reviews say it all. It’s not a quick fix book, but it’s perfect if you really want to do it properly.
Cheers, I Bought a secondhand-hand copy, sounds like an interesting book, intrigued to see how the base curry sauce will be.
Looks awesome, have you got a link to the recipe?
Not now but last night; made the first use of the "Wagyu" beef I ordered from a local farm. Bloke that owns it is trying to start up a herd of Wagyu and cross breeds. First cow was a few months ago which I missed, but managed to get a box of meat this time round. Ended up with 2x 500g mince, 2x 200-220g fillets, 2x 250-300g skirt steaks, 8x burgers and a 1.5kg silverside joint; all for £100.
Decided to use one of the skirts for a chilli noodle stir fry. Oh my lord the flavour was great, the texture sublime. Very enjoyable experience to be honest. Considering skirt is usually a very lean and muscly cut, this was like butter. Making me salivate just thinking about it again
My first KFC since January. Got it delivered. I got the boneless banquet. 3 mini fillets, small popcorn chicken, 2 sides (gravy and corn on the cob), 1 dip pot (Supercharger) and a can of pepsi max.
Really enjoyed it. Could have maybe used a couple more fillets, but otherwise no complaints
I think KFC are doing ten fillets for a tenner atm
Anyone who doesn’t have the gravy with their boneless KFC wants shooting
It's been years since I've had KFC, I'm sure it's still good though.
I did a honey/soy-glazed pork chop with some steamed broccoli.
Lovely Pork Chop.
I got bored of cooking so ordered a meal from Elite Bistros at Home. Shared 3 starters and 3 desserts with a main each.
DIY Wine Flight
Definitely missed 3 hour meals over the past few months...
Looks like Six By Nico is opening up their doors again on July 17th. I'll finally be able to use the gift voucher I got for Christmas!
you beat me to it, I was going to ask if you had pre-reserved
... obviously, you didn't have a lead time on photographing meals, like the soap opera filming.
Booking doesn't become available until tomorrow. But I'll be getting booked up asap
Couple of steak bakes from Greggs and beans for dinner. I have missed Greggs so much!
needed to uses up some Lyles - now on the second tin expiry dates 2013 - sorry Merlin
thought I had put double cream, in the last one I made, but this had eggs+ginger+lemon juice
probably best on first day, still warm .. maybe set hard tomorrow
jpaul, that looks delicious. I've been meaning to try my hand at a treacle tart for ages. Not too keen on having ginger in it, but I'd eat it anyway. Lol yeah, I guess treacle or golden syrup will last years beyond their expiry date.
I've just had an evening cream tea. I'm doing a bit of a Raymond with the photo style.
Forget the scone, forget the jam, just give me a bucket of that cream and a ******* big spoon!
Yep and it's better imo than clotted cream!
@Merlin5 That looks lovelyyyyy. Not had tea and scones in forever. Really fancy it now.
Lies, clotted cream is the best!
Just had a double sausage and egg McMuffin with 3 hash browns and a coffee, so good.
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