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Old 20 July 2008, 15:35   #21
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Quick nip down the road 50 yards to my local, 2 pints as they cook the meal then either eat it there or they cover it in foil and you take it home, down side being you have to take the plate back the next day and two more pints
Sigh. Thats what I miss about where I used to live in the UK. Local pub, freshly cooked good pub food, decent beer. Used to eat their a couple of times a week. All things change though, we popped in on a visit back home last year & the place was had transformed into Chav Hell complete with 60" flatscreen above the fireplace.

Here in the Canadian province with the highest obesesity rate, I witnessed a fast food first the other weeks. The 'works' Chips, Dressing (e.g. turkey stuffing. Don't ask....), Gravy, Sliced frankfurters and ground beef.Yeech.
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Old 20 July 2008, 15:51   #22
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Tim, Delia does a book cooking for one

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Old 20 July 2008, 16:09   #23
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Was it the Welshcakes that made poor little fresher sick the other night?

That would be the Bacardi 151 that made Mr "I'm Polish I don't get drunk" vomit copiously all over my bathroom!

And I was disappointed to find that he had indeed eaten all my welshcakes when I got back in from work the day after.

Regular viewers will be pleased to know that Tim has just benefitted from a Beef Wellington with Roasted Winter Vegetables, New Potatoes, and Asparagus. His quote from the evening "I haven't had that much meat in a long time". He is now well fed, and not contemplating kebabs.
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Old 20 July 2008, 16:30   #24
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Authentic Chinese cuisine. :0)
And today after a good day out ribbing even though is was really windy we decided to go to out local and ordered a meat feast pizza(large)and cheesy garlic bread.Washed down with a pint of local bitter.perfect end to a good day out.
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His quote from the evening "I haven't had that much meat in a long time".


Is he turning into Frankie Howerd?
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is it easy to cook?
I think the idea is you read the instructions in the book and follow them rather than try to cook the book, for that you would need an accountant

Jimbo seems to have mastered the art, but then the incentive is quite strong, learn or starve

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Cooking crab cakes, ribeye steak and sauted courgettes at the mo. Total cost of ingredients for two about $8.00. Viva Mexico!!
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That would be the Bacardi 151 that made Mr "I'm Polish I don't get drunk" vomit copiously all over my bathroom!

And I was disappointed to find that he had indeed eaten all my welshcakes when I got back in from work the day after.
how many times ! I didn't eat those bloody welshcakes! and yes it was the bacardi, and I may have been a bit over-enthusiastic with my claims of being able to hold that amount of drink, but you were impressed with my straight face! -

plus I am upset you didnt buy anymore welshcakes as I have just looked through all your cupboards while your at work to try and find some. will try and buy some now from morrisons !
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