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    i just cooked bread, looked in the fridge and no butter
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    Toast, Bumwin. Toast.

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    La salade montagnarde :

    Lettuce with cheese cubes, walnuts, hazels, fried bacon, fried onions and a poached egg on top. You can add mushrooms too (Paris mushrooms ? No idea how you call those in English, sorry!).
    With a home made vinaigrette for sure (white wine vinegar + peanut oil + wholegrain mustard + mayo + salt + pepper + parsley).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    I've got obsessed with marinara sauce with pasta.

    1) 3-6 cloves of garlic, chopped roughly.
    2) Lots of olives oil in a pan, medium heat.
    3) Fry garlic gently until light brown. Add some some salt and lots of black pepper.
    4) Can of chopped tomatoes, the more expensive the better.
    5) Add some fresh or dry basil, oregano, sugar to bring out tomato flavour.
    6) Simmer until thick.
    7) Eat.

    This is sooo fucking good if you make some fresh meatballs, fry lightly and chuck them in as its simmering. Also, you can exchange the salt for anchovies instead, nom nom nom.
    Making this tomorrow lunch, will tell you how it worked out.
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    Im gonna make it tonight, again.

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    I'm cooking that tonight now Moose haha.

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    Just my hotmail address Ned.

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    Safe man, I'll paypal a couple of quid over to cover post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by françois View Post
    La salade montagnarde :

    Lettuce with cheese cubes, walnuts, hazels, fried bacon, fried onions and a poached egg on top. You can add mushrooms too (Paris mushrooms ? No idea how you call those in English, sorry!).
    With a home made vinaigrette for sure (white wine vinegar + peanut oil + wholegrain mustard + mayo + salt + pepper + parsley).
    or... walk to burger king. buy burger. eat burger. never have to worry about a nut and lettuce salade...

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    something the missus and i loving at the moment is slow cooked bbq pork.. its so darn good.

    1) buy some pork steaks or strips.. basically anything without bones.. (not tried another meat yet, but expect it'd work)

    2) buy a jar of bbq cooking sauce.. anything from asda's own stuff to shake n bake type stuff is good..

    3) put sauce in the slow cooker then add the pork and make sure its covered in sauce..

    4) put the slow cooker on, and leave it there for around 6 hours (at least). try to resist removing the slow cooker lid.. its hard not to as it starts to make the house smell good and get your tummy rumbling. if you do remove the lid.. use it as an excuse to turn over the pork

    5) cook up some side bits to your meal like some sweetcorn, potato wedges or savory rice

    6) serve and enjoy as the bbq pork falls apart in your mouth
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    Here's a cheap and easy one if you're starving and don't have much time.

    Slice up 3 or 4 Herta frankfurters (or chorizo, or salami, or whatever) into 1 cm chunks, fry them until they pop up like little footballs, then add any veg you fancy that needs a little frying. Onions, broccoli, whatever.

    If you can't be arsed with frying any veg, skip that. It doesn't matter.

    Anyway, next step is to take the frankfurters off the heat and add a packet of cous-cous. The flavoured versions are pretty good. Add a spicy one ideally. Fry for a few seconds to get some flavour from the frankfurters going on, then add as much water as you need for the cous-cous.

    At this point, chuck in some frozen peas. They don't need much cooking. Don't skip this even if you skip the fried veggies. Peas are dope.

    Keep stirring it until it's at the right consistency.

    Tabasco or chilli sauce is optional, but I can heartily recommend Encona.

    Takes no more than 10 minutes and you've got something pretty good.

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    heres a simple soup recipie.

    you need: onions, garlic, sweet taters, carrots, stock, water, oil. salt pepper suger.

    Get a large onion and some garlic. cut it up and fry it in 2 tsp of olive oil until tender.

    Add chopped sweet potato and carrots (about 2/3 sweet pots and as many carrots as you feel necessary!) add boiling water till it just covers all the veg and crumble in 3/4 stock cubes (chicken seems to work best, but vegtable ones are good too). ad a pinch of salt,pinch of suger and some pepper.

    simmer that shit for about 30 mins, or until the simpsons on channel 4 has finished. have about 8 cups of tea in that time too.

    take out a large chunk of swet tater and carrot and eat it. decide if its tender enough then break out the hand blender and blend those fuckers. if you want it a bit chunky pour 1/4 too a half into another pan and add it after you blended the other shitz. if the soup is too thick just add a bit of boiling water, but thick soup is rad soup.

    have about 4 bowls to yourself with some bread and feel like a fatty boom batty, but alsi feel well healthy.

    Usually serves about 6 bowls each between 2 people, i usually freeze what i have and reheat it later. costs about £4 max fr the whole lot too.

    There. easy! If you're feeling adventurous one night add some parsnip.

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    I made this a couple of months ago when i had loads of stuff to use up, its amazing.

    You need chicken, meatballs or sausages, rice, peppers, onions, chillies, 1 can of tomatoes, chicken stock, couple of herbs and spices (tumeric, cayenne pepper)

    basically fry off the onions and peppers in some cayenne pepper and a few chillies, then add the meat until its browned and sealed.

    add about a pint of chicken stock and rice, and let that cook for about 20 mins. add more cayenne pepper, tumeric, and then add the tomatoes and let it simmer until its quite thick.

    brilliant. serve with like ciabatta or flatbreads or something.

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    get some bacon, grill thhe fuck outta it then stick it in aroll with some reggaereggae sauce an half a bottle o tabasco

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    For a drink you should try a White Andy or if your in the mood a Red Andy. Google for recipe
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