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    Quote Originally Posted by Ausage View Post
    Salmon in a tomato sauce, mussles in a white sauce (though I mostly dipped toasted bread into the sauce, delish) and braised beef chinese style. Quality.
    Damn, that sounds so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator View Post
    Thanks for this. But isn't how you cook the chicken one of the most important parts of it, and what gives it the right taste? Tbh, for someone like me who doesn't have a lot of experience in the kitchen, this seems a tall ask. Didn't get around to it today, but will definitely try this tomorrow.
    Just look it up on the net, don't think it'll be that hard. Cut up some chicken breast and use some ready made masala if you're not confident I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Just look it up on the net, don't think it'll be that hard. Cut up some chicken breast and use some ready made masala if you're not confident I guess.
    Yup, looked up a few recipes.

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    Breakfast - Muesli

    Lunch - Minced beef in spicy tomatoe sauce with rice

    Dinner - Thick gammon steak with potatoes in mustard sauce


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    Rotisserie chicken, half a rack of bbq ribs, freshly cut fries, ciabatta bread with bruschetta and asiago artichoke dip, and coleslaw.

    And yesterday at dinner, had some of the best Saganaki.

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    curry munching last night
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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    Just a chicken & mushroom Pot Noodle last night as I was round me muvver's for lunch.

    Which was four Linclonshire sausages, two fried eggs, chips, beans and four rounds of bread followed by two doughnuts (one jam, one custard; two of my five a day ) for afters.
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    Asda Meat Feast Pizza washed down with several garlic breads.

    Gonna have bacon, black pudding and eggs in a bit. Excited tbh.
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    Last night: Crust. That, with alcohol in my hand and watching Australia get smashed - good times. Was quality.
    Tonight: Bolgonaise. Pretty spicy but also pretty damn good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    Last night: Crust. That, with alcohol in my hand and watching Australia get smashed - good times. Was quality.
    Tonight: Bolgonaise. Pretty spicy but also pretty damn good.
    Pesto Chicken? The only correct choice when it comes to Crust. Half and half with Peri Peri Chicken also acceptable.
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    Tandoori OK?

    ftr it was half-and-half Tandoori Chicken and Mexican, Margarita and half-and-half Prosciutto and Meat Deluxe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Just a chicken & mushroom Pot Noodle last night as I was round me muvver's for lunch.

    Which was four Linclonshire sausages, two fried eggs, chips, beans and four rounds of bread followed by two doughnuts (one jam, one custard; two of my five a day ) for afters.
    Waaaah Lincolnshires, egg and chips....your mum sounds great...my mum tells me to F off and make it myself

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    biryani and chicken cottage...my staple

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