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Looks like the normal British food that I always got in the UK.  Only difference is that you can't tell whether the gravy is brown or gray!

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This threat is not as interesting in black and white.

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No pictures, sorry, but I had a lovely Lamb casserolle last night, slow cooked with onions, carrots, turnips, brussell sprouts and potatoes.

Lamb peices were from Passion delivery and were excellent! My wife (aussie) was most impressed! So far, all the food I have had from Passion delivery has been top rate with my favorite to date being the wagyu aged beef patties.

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On 7/26/2016 at 11:49 AM, tolsti said:

Roast some sausages in the oven

 

Add mashed potato

 

Add baked beans

 

and garnish with whole grain mustard...

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Easy, comforting and damn good eating.

YUCK!!! :shock1:

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^ yeah...I agrees wid Prof Naam...bangers and mash are good but I'd leave out the beans...they are a breakfast item...or beans on toast if one is desperate...

 

but, not to criticise anyone's individual preference...

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6 hours ago, Naam said:

YUCK!!! :shock1:

 

i would be curious to see what a typical meal for Herr Naam is? Post up big boy.

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much of the food looked better in black and white!

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7 hours ago, anotheruser said:

i would be curious to see what a typical meal for Herr Naam is? Post up big boy.

i wouldn't know what to post because i eat a big variety of food. most people eat a typical breakfast which does not apply to me because my breakfast could be one of the meals mentioned hereafter, e.g. tom yum, soft egg with caviar, Indian curry or German pork roast.

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for breakfast, take leftover stir fry from the night before (or any left overs) then scramble some eggs, enough to feed who yer cooking for, mix it all together in a skillet...

 

serve with fresh corn tortillas and a good salsa...tutsi's 'California fry up'...true international fusion cuisine: stir fry from asia, condiments from Mexico, eggs from chickens...

 

mmmm, good...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by tutsiwarrior

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I'm not in the breakfast paradigm.  As I type I'm eating a piece of crispy skinned seared salmon with fresh asparagus and french fires, not the frozen junk.  It was supposed to be dinner last night but I am having problems with one of the combines and ended up the evening drinking beer with the "crew".  I got up at 0100 to coordinate a parts shipment from the US so it's time for a meal.  I eat what I want, when I want.  And often have eggs and bacon for dinner as it's a quick meal!

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Eggs and bacon for dinner?!?!?! Wow you are such a rebel!!!! :)

 

I have been in a rut lately and eating the same old things. Also haven't posted in awhile during the site black out. Maybe try to make up something new at the weekend. 

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