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Dinner Tonite, Wot U Having?

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by pjgtech, Oct 23, 2020.

  1. thispoison

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    Did a Garlic Chilli Chicken and Prawn from my favourite Indian cookbook tonight.

    Scotch Bonnet Chillies have reminded me that (a) they are very hot and (b) I shouldn't pick my nose.
     
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    Mort HW Fetishist!

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    jaisalmere smile like you mean it

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    We had leftover Pheasant casserole, sounds a bit posh but they were flogging them off cheap at the local butcher , a quick look on the web for a recipe, Jamie let us down this time but Hugh Fernley Whitingstal had a bramah of a recipe, haven’t had pheasant for years but this one was delish so we had it two days running.

    I tried to post the page it was on but it’s not having it so just type in Hugh fernley Whitingstals Pheasant casserole, lovely.
     
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    Good choice but not very filling :D.


    Comfort food tonight, lasagne and a couple of glasses of red.........dom
     
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    Chilli con carne.
     
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    Ditto:thumb:
     
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    Last night was sausage, mash, gravy and onions -
    20210112_140433.jpg

    Tonight I'm doing Mount St Helens curry, Mount St Helens was a USA volcano that exploded suddenly in 1980 and besides blowing the top off the mountain it also scattered trees like matchwood. In my culinary copy of this event the rice is the mountain, the chicken and prawn tikka masala is the lava with the chips representing the scattered trees, this is one I did earlier -

    Mount St Helens Prawn Chicken Tikka Masala Rice n Chips Jan 2021.jpg

    And the actual Mount St Helens volcano -
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    It's a special diet, I've lost a week already ;)
     
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    http://elswob.co.uk/recipe.php?title=Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Pheasant Casserole Recipe

    Is it this one Dave ?, sounds fab though. I've got some pheasant in the freezer..........dom
     
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    That's good going, if you watch Monty Python at the same time you'll lose even more. Gin and weird humour, what's not to like...........dom
     
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    If you pm me your address I'll pop some table mats in the post to save you having to use a naan with every meal :p..........Dom
     
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    Ham sandwich around 8pm. I’d had chilli con carne, rice and chips as a late lunch.
     
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    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    Tonight rib eye steak, chips and salad.

    Tomorrow lamb keema.
     
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    Beans on toast, with the beans infused with hot curry powder.
    I have air spray.... :D
     
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    you'll need an air transplant after eating that.... why not finish the job and have curried sprouts
     
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    Not been feeling great so had some cauliflower cheese. very nice too
     
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    Tonight’s was grilled chicken breast, baked sweet potatoes, steamed broccoli and cauliflower, followed up with Greek yogurt and almonds.
    Washed down with a glass of Aldi’s finest Shiraz.
     
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