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Re: What's for dinner?

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scooter wrote: Tue Sep 11, 2018 1:06 pm Like me, someone needs to get out on their bike and work that off.

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...and keep the e-power switched off for a bit!
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scooter wrote:Like me, someone needs to get out on their bike and work that off.

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I agree, scooter - although it’ll have to wait a few days. :)
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The antithesis of @downer / Richard's recent dinner, I haven't found mackerel yet, but this morning's breakfast was a Kipper.

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Complete with well buttered brown toast and coffee.

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downer wrote: Mon Sep 10, 2018 11:10 pm Ashamed (and a bit proud) to admit I’ve just demolished one of these:

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:shock: what the??

That’s gotta be in the U.S?
If that’s in U.K. address please! :thumbup:
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^^^ It was in the US. A restaurant chain named Chili’s.

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Indian takeaway tonight , probably a chicken madras :thumbup:
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downer wrote: Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:56 am ^^^ It was in the US. A restaurant chain named Chili’s.
Got to open here in U.K. :lol:
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I'm not sure which one is dinner
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Prosciutto wrapped cod with courgette and basil sauce.

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Put two pork shoulders on the smoker last night at 6PM and pulled them off at 2PM this afternoon, wrapped them in heavy foil, and put them in a cooler to rest for 4 hrs before pulling them.

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That looks incredible ^^^
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Makes me drool whilst eating bran flakes with shredded wheat (photo not appetising enough).

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Grilled oysters are done.

Grilled them to pop them open.
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Shucked, cleaned, and topped (butter, shallots, garlic, bacon, Parmesan, and panko) - forgot the rest of the toppings in Denver.
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Standing watch over them while they cook. Who needs a coat?
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And viola!
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@Baco Noir - must be hot work using the BBQ. T-shirt with snow on the ground. :shock:

Oysters look magic.

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