What the f uck are you having for Dinner thread..

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  1. Peej

    Peej Fabio Borini Lover

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    Best chilli. Open fire and dont use minced beef, my best has been using shin, bone in if you can get it.

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  2. Tobes

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    Looks boss that mate, would defo come to yours for some scran. I’d even bring you a box of poncy beers.
     
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  3. The Ginger Marks

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    Not a looker but banging only scram of the day, upside down cottage pie, chips & extra gravy.
     
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    brb Sterling - England Saviour

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    Blimey mate, what you doing eating the time of morning it is out there?
     
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  5. The Ginger Marks

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    Was a bit earlier but forgot to post it. Got up for a Jimmy & can't get back off (04.32)
     
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  6. Schlem Boogerman

    Schlem Boogerman Well-Known Member

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    That looks like you're eating your own ****. Nice. <cheers>
     
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    brb Sterling - England Saviour

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    Fair enough mate, long has you're keeping ok out there.
     
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  8. luvgonzo

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    Fried halumi is something I love right now. Don't know when it became popular but I love it.
     
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  9. Schlem Boogerman

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    It's not better than spicy chorizo from Lidl.
     
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  10. Schlem Boogerman

    Schlem Boogerman Well-Known Member

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    Is it not a bit rubbery?
     
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  11. Spurlock

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    and salty...salty rubber

    don’t get it

    supposed to absorb the flavours of whatever it’s being cooked in but seems a bit meh to me.

    maybe I’ve used it wrong
     
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  12. luvgonzo

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    Salty yes and takes on flavours well, I fried it in olive oil on a medium to low temp and 5 mins each side. Smooth and lovely, yes there is a rubbery texture but cooked right it's not a bad texture, I'm certainly going to look into flavours for it.
     
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  13. Spurlock

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    yeh Luv if you can make it interesting, I might give it another go. I’m not convinced it absorbs flavours as well as people claim it to.

    Jury is still out, convince me Luv
     
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    luvgonzo Pisshead

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    I'll do something good with it on the weekend.
     
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    Grilled with some balsamic vinegar

    It does make your teeth squeak tho
     
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  16. Schlem Boogerman

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    In the bin?
     
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  17. Schlem Boogerman

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    @brb Cheesy chips?
     
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    brb Sterling - England Saviour

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    Disgusting.
     
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  19. The Ginger Marks

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    Yeah, doing ok thanks, the football makes sleeping difficult at times as can be awake till 5am if it’s a late game. If I’m baking I just go out straight into the kitchen for 4 hours then go back to bed after baking. Cool temperature of early morning is very conducive for such pastimes.
    Covid is ripping through the country proper this time so selective of where I go and who I see. Although most inter provincial travel is banned. No jab program running yet so getting 2000+ cases everyday.
     
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  20. The Ginger Marks

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    Just dumped it out of the tray on to a plate mate.Not fussy when I’m staving.
     
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