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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 12:36 pm

No particular reason, just for fun or information.

Any thoughts on food and recipes, favourite food etc.

I was thinking about the Sundermad meeting, and how you went to an Indian, maybe some people are not to keen on Indian food, it was a good start.

I personally like Indian food, to an extent, but find it wipes me out, no idea why, certainly not the spices, but the rice knackers me, but i can eat the curries and side dishes..

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Got me to thinking what would be your ideal meal?



Mine would be.

Starter. Prawn cocktail with king prawns, (none of them tiny shrimps)

Main course..Rib eye steak (med/rare) homemade chips, onions rings, fried mushrooms. mixed veg

or a fish dish.

Swordfish steak (bbq'd) deep fried potatoes, and a side salad, with spare lemon.

Desert..Strawberry cheesecake

Afters....Plenty of cheese and biscuits, with strong cheese, Stilton or Danish blue a must

Beers, and some flavoured vodka's.
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Post  Vincemac on 2013-07-26, 2:18 pm

Couple of beers before eats at 8o clock form starter good quality shell off and dressed king prawns on bed of salad main course good quality sirloin steak med rare no sauce.good quality Spanish Rioja and good quality mixed cheese board and finish with a couple of nice brandys.i don't like sweets but all produce must be off top quality
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Post  cyprussyd on 2013-07-26, 2:20 pm

The Indian was selected after long debate and scientific evaluation.

Its the one Short liked.

Starter

Garlic mushrooms ( best ever in a restaurant in Malta )

Main Course
Rack of Lamb, well done not pink.
Honey roast parsnip
Boiled baby new potatoes
All on a bed of crisp green cabbage
Mint gravy

No desert but creamed coffee



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Post  Vincemac on 2013-07-26, 2:20 pm

And I must tell you we have a top quality Indian restraunt at the top of our street Cookson spice
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Post  cyprussyd on 2013-07-26, 2:22 pm

Vincent wrote:And I must tell you we have a top quality Indian restraunt at the top of our street Cookson spice

is that our next meet Vince?

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 2:23 pm

syd wrote:Rack of Lamb, well done not pink.
Honey roast parsnip

Slavering now, that sounds lovely.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2013-07-26, 2:25 pm

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syd wrote:Rack of Lamb, well done not pink.
Honey roast parsnip

Slavering now, that sounds lovely.

I would love to cook it for you one day

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 2:29 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
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syd wrote:Rack of Lamb, well done not pink.
Honey roast parsnip

Slavering now, that sounds lovely.

I would love to cook it for you one day

Maybe one day mate, rather if i was at home to take you and a few on here out, and let someone cook it for us...

Parsnps and Lamb....lovely.



Yoy never thought about the roker hotel for a meeting with the folks on here, used to have a canny Thai resturant....now there i can recommend you something to eat.
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 2:56 pm

Anyone who likes chinese food, chicken and cashew nut's is always a favourite, try it with prawns instead of chicken...yum yum


Also anyone who likes fish, instead of cod of haddock, if they have a fish named John Dory/ Dory, try it, it's fantastic.
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Post  canary-dave on 2013-07-26, 3:31 pm

At least once a month, more frequently when I'm flush, I cook a pan fried fillet steak and mushrooms fried in butter with chunky chips, battered onion rings and minted peas!

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 3:33 pm

canary-dave wrote:At least once a month, more frequently when I'm flush, I cook a pan fried fillet steak and mushrooms fried in butter with chunky chips, battered onion rings and minted peas!

Sounds lovely mate, so fillet is your choice?

Most expensive,
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Post  canary-dave on 2013-07-26, 3:35 pm

It is the most expensive but it's guaranteed no wastage due to gristle which then puts me off the rest of the meal!

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 3:38 pm

canary-dave wrote:It is the most expensive but it's guaranteed no wastage due to gristle which then puts me off the rest of the meal!

I can understand that mate, it's supposed to be the best cut, yet it prefer rib eye, with the fat running through it for flavour...

rare/medium or well done?
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Post  canary-dave on 2013-07-26, 3:41 pm

Always just on the well side of medium, don't like it pink!

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 3:45 pm

canary-dave wrote:Always just on the well side of medium, don't like it pink!

Usually when i do a steak now, of a lesser cut, i marinate it in oyster sauce.....bit chinese, but nice.
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Post  canary-dave on 2013-07-26, 3:52 pm

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canary-dave wrote:Always just on the well side of medium, don't like it pink!

Usually when i do a steak now, of a lesser cut, i marinate it in oyster sauce.....bit chinese, but nice.

 I'm not sure about oyster sauce but I don't mind au poivre

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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 3:56 pm

canary-dave wrote:
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canary-dave wrote:Always just on the well side of medium, don't like it pink!

Usually when i do a steak now, of a lesser cut, i marinate it in oyster sauce.....bit chinese, but nice.

 I'm not sure about oyster sauce but I don't mind au poivre

Pepper steak?

They go well togethe pepper and steakr, maybe oyster sauce if more for cut pieces of meat, not for a full steak, but i like it.
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Post  Vincemac on 2013-07-26, 4:00 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Vincent wrote:And I must tell you we have a top quality Indian restraunt at the top of our street Cookson spice

is that our next meet Vince?
that would suet me fine
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Post  Guest on 2013-07-26, 4:02 pm

Vincent wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Vincent wrote:And I must tell you we have a top quality Indian restraunt at the top of our street Cookson spice

is that our next meet Vince?
that would suet me fine

Now that's in keeping with a food thread........dumplings.
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Post  Vincemac on 2013-07-26, 4:03 pm

canary-dave wrote:At least once a month, more frequently when I'm flush, I cook a pan fried fillet steak and mushrooms fried in butter with chunky chips, battered onion rings and minted peas!
yeh mate a fillet is fine but I like the taste of sirloin no sources
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Post  cyprussyd on 2013-07-26, 4:07 pm

I have a nice bit of prime sirloin every week.

His name is Justin

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Post  Vincemac on 2013-07-26, 4:09 pm

cyprussyd wrote:I have a nice bit of prime sirloin every week.

His name is Justin
that reminds me I spoke to some one called Justin short
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Post  cyprussyd on 2013-07-26, 4:13 pm

Vincent wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:I have a nice bit of prime sirloin every week.

His name is Justin
that reminds me I spoke to some one called Justin short

Thats him, I know he gets around, male escort

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Post  Vincemac on 2013-07-26, 4:25 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Vincent wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:I have a nice bit of prime sirloin every week.

His name is Justin
that reminds me I spoke to some one called Justin short

Thats him, I know he gets around, male escort
that's him he could not get quite in
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Post  cyprussyd on 2013-07-26, 4:26 pm

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