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I’m not bad at cooking. I don’t do anything very complicated but I can make something out of nothing pretty reliably. I’ve noticed a few other forum members over the years seem to have some good ideas too. Post them here.

 

I’ll start us off.

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From the plate up:

Warmed plate

Fried bread (toast for the infirm and elderly)

Avocado, chilli, garlic, balsamic vinegar and olive oil mashed up

Black pudding

Fried eggs

Salt while the eggs are frying and black pepper once you’ve split the yolks

 

Bon appétit.

 

 

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Lamb stew on tonight with local bought lamb shoulder. 
 

leek, 2 onions, celery, carrots, potatoe, tin of chopped tomatoes, 2 garlic bulbs, Oregon and rosemary, salt and pepper, chicken stock 

 

should fall apart in around 6 hours 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Lamb stew on tonight with local bought lamb shoulder. 
 

leek, 2 onions, celery, carrots, potatoe, tin of chopped tomatoes, 2 garlic bulbs, Oregon and rosemary, salt and pepper, chicken stock 

 

should fall apart in around 6 hours 

 

 

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See you about half 8, nice one, Cocker.

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Whole roasted garlic butter chicken for tea tonight, stripped down with all the bbq leftovers from this week, baby salad potatoes, tomatoes, homemade potato salad, cheese coleslaw, cucumber, on top of a small garlic and corriander flat bread.

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1 hour ago, AHPP said:

 

I’m not bad at cooking. I don’t do anything very complicated but I can make something out of nothing pretty reliably. I’ve noticed a few other forum members over the years seem to have some good ideas too. Post them here.

 

I’ll start us off.

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From the plate up:

Warmed plate

Fried bread (toast for the infirm and elderly)

Avocado, chilli, garlic, balsamic vinegar and olive oil mashed up

Black pudding

Fried eggs

Salt while the eggs are frying and black pepper once you’ve split the yolks

 

Bon appétit.

 

 

 

Nice, at the risk of causing all out war, which black pudding do you go with?!

I make something similar for breakfast on occasion, drop the chilli, swap the pudding for cherry toms and grate some emmenthal with the avocado then heat it on the bread until the cheese softens, while the egg fries. 

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11 minutes ago, Conor Wright said:

Nice, at the risk of causing all out war, which black pudding do you go with?!

I make something similar for breakfast on occasion, drop the chilli, swap the pudding for cherry toms and grate some emmenthal with the avocado then heat it on the bread until the cheese softens, while the egg fries. 

All sounds rather posh for breaky. But does look pretty good. 

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5 minutes ago, AJStrees said:

All sounds rather posh for breaky. But does look pretty good. 

It's only posh if you pay someone else to make it for you! 

Takes less than 10 mins and keeps you full till lunchtime.

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Done a chilli last night to go with a nice bottle of red 🍷. I done the brisket on mi barbie I got at work during the week with mostly cherry wood. Was decent 👍🏼 ( love a BQQ me ) 

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1 hour ago, Steve Bullman said:

Lamb stew on tonight with local bought lamb shoulder. 
 

leek, 2 onions, celery, carrots, potatoe, tin of chopped tomatoes, 2 garlic bulbs, Oregon and rosemary, salt and pepper, chicken stock 

 

should fall apart in around 6 hours 

 

 

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Home grown veg?

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