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smegwina wrote:Whatever these guys cook :lol:

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Nice one Nick.

You'll be sure to have a enjoyable and memorable meal (I hope; as Tom K is looking like either there has been a disaster or he's trying to remember a recipe).

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Thanks Guy.

A truly wonderful evening that myself and wifey were extremely fortunate to be a part of.

Tom Kerridge and Nathan Outlaw were superb, the whole evening was extremely relaxed and low key.

With only 8 guests it meant that while they were cooking, many questions were asked, answered and many tips received!

Oh, and the meal was phenomenal!!!

I won't bore you with photos.

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smegwina wrote: won't bore you with photos.

We want piccies , we want piccies :lol:


Good to hear you had a great evening Nick :thumbup:
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A chicken ruby tonight :thumbup:
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tempusmaximus wrote:
smegwina wrote: won't bore you with photos.

We want piccies , we want piccies :lol:


Good to hear you had a great evening Nick :thumbup:
Sorry Bern, forgot to add the piccies.

It was an amazing evening. I hope they repeat these guest evenings at the Shed, as they are really are a totally different experience.

It is amazing to see the professionals create the dishes. They make it look rather easy!

Because of the small number of diners (8), there is personal and relaxed conversation, with humour, banter, tips, etc etc. We were there nattering until midnight. All drinks included. (And there were a lot!).

You get a goody bag too :lol:

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The food looks great Nick , the presentation is superb . Happy you had a good night mate .
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Chicken curry (madras).
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The dinner i would pick as a last meal, Chicken Enchiladas.

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Breakfast at the Legendary Tony's Bistro in Cork today with my family.

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Tuna salad today .
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Prawn puri, sumsorta chicken and coconut rice from the Dibley Indian. Beers in fridge. :D
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MiniMpi wrote:Breakfast at the Legendary Tony's Bistro in Cork today with my family.

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Also known as 'heart attack on a plate' - looks fab Ferg :thumbup: :clap:

I must get myself to Cork again, not been for 20-odd years...and never as a tourist.
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You should Steve, Cork is The Real Capital of Ireland you know :)
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Chicken salad .
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Hot smoked salmon dressed in a sweet chilli sauce, chipotle quinoa and avocado salad, rocket and baby tomatoes with Caesar dressing. Gorgonzola Piccante & Chaumes. Aussie Chardonnay.
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STodd wrote:Also known as 'heart attack on a plate' - looks fab Ferg
:lol: I don't eat them much these days , but when I do , I really enjoy them .
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