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    human flesh

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    Chicken Fajitas – mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ๐Ÿ™‚

    PeterPoddy
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    Bacon Sarnie
    Cake
    Most Italian food, in Italy.

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    potted beef n tomato sauce sarnies, with cheese n onion walkers….

    Anything I’ve killed myself! Pheasant, pigeon, rabbit, all manner of fishes, etc.

    Just tastes better!

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    Beans & Fried Eggs on buttered toast with HP sauce

    martyntr
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    Rice Pudding or Porridge…… similar consistency, but either I could eat forever…. ๐Ÿ™‚ Oh and anything made by the fine people at Ambrosia

    smokies, fresh out of the barrel and still warm
    applecross bay prawns in the applecross inn

    Munqe-chick
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    cheese -any variety!

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    applecross bay prawns in the applecross inn

    Is that the same Applecross from the Monty Hall Series or was that a different one?

    Surf and turf for me but with proper prawns not breaded scampi and sirlion steak!

    bacon rolls – free range, smoked bacon from pirie’s the butcher in newtyle
    whatever’s on the menu at jim & morag’s b&b on papa westray in orkney

    RudeBoy
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    ‘Food of the Gods’? But surely, that supposes that Gods actually exist!

    Sorry. It’s all the evangelical atheists on the other thread, doing me head in!

    I’ve just had a prawn and salmon sandwich. Multiseed bread, some baby leaf spinach, salt, pepper and lemon. Truly proof there is God!

    I’m stuffed, but I really want another one. Utterly Delicious.

    was monty hall on the remote penisula near torridon, with skye in the background? if so, yes.

    hora
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    Pan-fried slices of tin corned beef, spam or….pan friend Chorizo. Oh I think Ive ๐Ÿ˜ณ

    chvck
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    Pigeon and chorizo, on a bed of nice lettuce.

    RudeBoy
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    Spam?

    SPAM?

    Disgusting stuff. How it can legally be called ‘food’, I have no idea.

    That’s the work of Satan, surely?

    Spam, ffs… ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

    jimster
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    Roasted Butternut Squash and Chorizo Risotto.

    mrsflash
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    recipe jimster?

    hora
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    Like corned-beef spam is just soo wrong. Yet if you slice it and fry its stunning.

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    A variety of cheeses accompanied by a nice bottle of red. Heaven.

    Tuna (steaks in oil – none of the inferior ‘chunks and certainly NEVER in brine) mixed with salad cream and a whole tin dolloped between two slices of white.

    Homemade curry.

    Ben & Jerry’s Phish Food.

    Beer.

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    Food of the gods?

    Has to be Pot Noodle!

    Monty hall was on the oddly named Applecross Peninsula…

    hora
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    MF- you just reminded me of tuna Nicoise with salad cream!

    LardLover
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    Munqe-chick – Member
    cheese -any variety!

    Oh, this comment just brings out the child in me ๐Ÿ˜†

    “Kn……….” No, must not continue ๐Ÿ™„

    recipe jimster?

    Roast squash, pan fry chorizo, make risotto, stir in squash and chorizo?

    I love risottos, so easy, so nommy. I often do a squash and blue cheese one, though I tend to blitz the squash once its roasted, otherwise the ‘risotto’ starts to resemble a paella …

    jimster
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    For Mrs Flash

    I tend to leave some with the caramelised skin on and some I peel and blend in with the rice.

    Roast the seeds and have them with a beer whilst the risotto is cooking. ๐Ÿ™‚

    mrsflash
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    lol, I’d kind of worked that much out – I was wondering more for any specific tips he had. wine v stock or a mix of both etc etc.

    mrsflash
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    thanks jimster

    Steve-Austin
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    Grilled Cheddar with Marmite on buttered crumpet

    I thought you probably had 8) – I never bother with wine becuase we never have any open going spare, so its always 100% stock …

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    hot mashed potato, with a nob of butter melting in the top

    then thickly sliced buttered bread, make a mash sarnie

    christ its good
    its got to be lurpack for the butter

    cant be eaten too often !

    Swello
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    MacLeod’s of Stornoway Marag Dubh

    mrsflash
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    I never bother with wine

    but if you don’t put the wine in you can’t have a glass while making it!

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    anything done on a BBQ

    simonralli2
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    Ayahuasca ๐Ÿ˜€

    I never bother with wine
    but if you don’t put the wine in you can’t have a glass while making it!

    Good point, well made ๐Ÿ™‚

    But for me, on a scool night, I usually use a very cheap half bottle from the supermarket so I don’t get tempted to drink the remains of the bottle.

    Has anyone ever made risotto with red wine? I did once when we didn’t have any white in – it looked like someone had butchered a small dog on our plates.

    aha – the applecross peninsula, accessable via the awesome bealach na ba
    worth visiting not just for the prawns, but for the getting there



    mrsflash
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    Yes, I have too mastiles. It looked odd indeed!

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