Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by chris taylor, Jul 20, 2018.
Mmmmm chocolate and red wine.......a great Winter combo.
I don’t “do food”, but I do other stuff. So I’ve cooked up a cunning plan for our kitchen.
Going to extract the 30 year old Termite tasty suspended “oregano“ beams and joists, the “weetbix” dishwasher water damaged Structafloor sheeting, and replace with a firm robust tasteless base of Steel Galvanised beams and posts, topped with a delicate carefully crafted layer of Compressed Fibre Cement sheeting........ then garnished with a sprinkling of new Terracotta tiles.
Should be a recipe to “see me out”........
Back on topic, keep posting up your mouth watering creations.
That is one neat menu happening in the kitchen...........I think a good Aussie Shiraz would wash it all down nicely !
My comfort food at the moment is mujadara
A simple mix of lentils (brown) rice, caramelised onions, garlic, cinnamon and cumin
I add eggplant as well.
Butterflied chicken on the BBQ and home made hummus.
Oh - and copious amounts of chilli and garlic
simple, easy, cheap and great Sunday meal
I just googled Mujadara and I’m going to give it a try..............love that style of food......yum !
I have cooked a pork roast for dinner tonight with enough left over for shepherds pie for tomorrow nights dinner.
Mmmmm....... Shepherds Pie
Shepherds Pie is like meat loaf
Bad ones areBAD
Good ones are BRILLIANT
I have found that using left over roast meat makes the best shepherds pie - regardless if it is beef, pork or lamb
Rare roast beef, roasted veges and Yorkshire pudding tonight.
.....and gravy made from scratch......
No.1 son is with us and hasn’t had it since moving to the US two years ago.
Not sure if there will be any leftovers
Does appearance effect taste i wonder ,not sure!!! , but why do people close their eyes when they do a taste test
I totally agree Melissa,i had leftover corned beef and veg so blizted them ,then mixed in bread crumds and an egg to bind , rolled into balls ,deeped fried them top with lots of tomato sauce.turned out really nice .
You may not want to eat it if you can see it?
Criteria for eating .
Must look good.
before eating it.
Hey Wayne I think that list will change in order of importance depending on how hungry you are !
Edit: ......and how drunk you are ....
Or if you are sight impaired.
Shepherds pie last night from a recipe I picked up from a bloke doing lockdown cooking videos.
Do not check this out if swearing offends...
But so far I have done "End Of Days Bolognaise", "Wham bam, thank you Lamb", "Chuck a sickie soup", and yesterday "Self Pie-solation"
All have been brilliant to eat, and easy to cook. Friends have done "The crowd goes mild chicken curry", and others, with similar good results.
His 3 or 4 minute video recipes do tend to take rather a lot longer to cook.
Last night's shepherd's pie......
Cooking, proper cooking, is such a great skill to have......
It really is easy to flash up a tasty meal from pretty basic ingredients.
Some really clever people making great, relatable clips out there !
Nat's recipes are all based on non packet stuff, fresh ingredients only.
And stolen rosemary.
Simple good food.
And if you can get past his looks and swearing, they are really entertaining videos.
My daughters are impressed that I like a bloke that I would cross the road to avoid if I met him in the street.
I consider myself very lucky......I married a Home Economist.
Sue can make anything tasty ....
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