Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Derek W, Mar 24, 2019.
Interesting with the bananas on the bottom of the tin. I'm reassured by the texture.
Last night was curried parsnip soup - which was delicious.
Today has been like the Somme, with regular bombardments of gas shells. Not so delicious!
No more curried parsnip soup for you!
Pork belly slices, seasoned with garlic pepper, with sweet potato fries and coleslaw.
Left over wild boar and chorizo casserole with added oregano dumplings, more boiled tatties and remainer of last night's tatties fried.
Put it off for a day, but now the deed is done - the first ever non-savoury thing I have ever baked. I normally draw the line at plain scones as a change from cheese scones. It looks just like your picture, so no point in taking one.
The recipe, which I upsized slightly, should provide 12 helpings, but I give three days at best!
I think my Christmas dinner will be - Stuffing with my own herbs, mixed with sausagemeat (out of sausages), chestnuts, chopped apricots and breadcrumbs. Also roast potatoes, carrots, brussels, parsnips - and gravy. That will do!
Christmas for the family will be at my place this year - we'll roast a couple of chickens, and they'll go with the various salads my daughter will bring. Our concession to tradition will be Christmas pudding for afters.
Bangers & mash, served Beano style because I'm a big kid.
You're saving the cow-pie (with horns) for Sunday dinner?
spinach and tomato pizza
Eggy veggy fried rice.
Leftover cottage pie. The missus rejected my request to make it into cottage pie pie by putting it in pastry.
That'd be a Cornish cottage pasty pie. Ha!
Deep fry it in batter and you'd have a cornish cottage pasty pie crunch.
And then place it between 2 slices of bread and it would've been a Cornish cottage pasty pie crunch sandwich.
Shove that in a pannini maker and it'd be a Toasted Cornish Cottage Pasty Pie Crunch Sandwich.
Charge a lot for it and it’d be a Pret a Manger Toasted Cornish Cottage Pasty Pie Crunch Sandwich.
And shortly thereafter there will be lush looking ads on TV saying "This is not a Toasted Cornish Cottage Pasty Pie Crunch Sandwich, this is an M&S Toasted Cornish Cottage Pasty Pie Crunch Sandwich."
I knew I was on to something.
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