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    Matthew Hayden's Cookbook

    I was lucky enough to receive from my beautiful girlfriend Matthew Hayden's Cookbook. Now I know a cookbook wouldn't normally be the kind of reading for a cricket fanatic, but this is a cookbook with a different, I haven't finished it yet, but it contains stories about different locations he has been to and various life experiences he has had with friends and family.

    It is better than the usual self-promoting-ego-filled cricket autobiography and thoroughly recommend it to anyone who is thinking about getting it.

    I will try some of the recipies over the next few weeks and let people know what they are like.
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    You don't know how disapointed I was when I didn't get it. Not really, my mum never gets me cricket stuff, But I will buy it with my chrissy money.

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    lol I'll stick with my Mike Gatting cookbook thanks

    merry christmas all, wont boxing day be nice, we can all sit down and watch andrew struass destroy the south african pace attack before witnessing the collapse of the batting line up courtesy of harmison and co...

    hope im not tempting fate there.....


    merry christmas all ! peace

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    Open packet.
    Remove pie.
    Stick pie in microwave.
    Heat pie.
    Eat pie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Open packet.
    Remove pie.
    Stick pie in microwave.
    Heat pie.
    Eat pie.
    I have another step. I like to put a hole in the top of the pie, so the meat gets warm. Otherwise you'll be eating the pie, and suddenly the centre is all cold, and not exactly tasty.

    "I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."

    Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Open packet.
    Remove pie.
    Stick pie in microwave.
    Heat pie.
    Eat pie.
    You forgot to add on the sauce

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    What type of sauce?
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    Tomato's the only way to go.

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    what about good old jr's barbecue sauce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger
    what about good old jr's barbecue sauce?
    LOL!

    I wonder how many posters in cricket chat will get that.

    BTW, go to the off topic forum and start posting in our wrestling thread if you follow it

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    oooh not a bad idea young man, i may well take you up on that, although in recent years my knowledge has detriorated since the emergence of john cena and co my patience began to expire...

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    Ah you sound like an intelligent, old school wrestling fan. We need you in our topic. We've got quite a few posters in there, and even if you're not up to date with today's WWE, we talk about old school stuff too. Plus ROH, NWA TNA and other stuff.

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    cheers dude, yeh i much prefer the old stuff even from just 4 or 5 years ago to the crap they churn out now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dydl
    What type of sauce?
    What do you mean what type of sauce? Tomato of course!

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    I welcome myself to Cricket Chat with these words of advice:

    Cricketers are cricketers, cooks are cooks.

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