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PostSubject: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 15:42

it might make a intresting discussion,to list your favourite food/foods,it might be one thas is only known locally or foreign or a family favourite handed down the generations.maybe you can even let us know how its cooked/prepared Smile .you can list as many as you like,but would help with a little description or recipe.i will start the ball rolling.


SALTFISH=this is salted cod,you can get this from any good fishmonger.

TO COOK=wash the fish under running cold water until all the grains of salt have gone.
              then place the fish in a pot of cold water,leave it for at least 12 hours upto
              24 hrs,then rinse the fish under cold running water.
              place the fish in a cooking pot and cover with cold water,bring it to the boil
              then turn the heat off and leave the fish in for a further 5 mins.drain and serve
              with a knob of butter and fresh bread.and a little white pepper.


SPAIN/PORTUGAL if you are in a restraunt in spain/portugal this will be on the menu as BACHALAU,portugal has 365 different recipes for bachalau.and is sold in nearly every shop.Very Happy

the saltfish is sold in different grades,normally the more expensive the cut the tastier it will be,and some are sold with the bone on.but dont worry when its cooked the bone will be very easy to pull out.its normally available in lidl/aldi.
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 15:53

Beans on Toast

Take two rounds of Brown bread and toast until golden brown, then lightly butter.
Open tin of quality Baked beans and gently heat in a pan until heated right through.
Place the two rounds of lightly buttered toast on large plate and cover in the hot baked beans
with a little pepper.

Scrummie Rolling Eyes 

You know me and cooking Frank affraid

This meal is served in all good supermarket cafes throughout the UK.

P.S. I will leave it to Barb to do it properly Wink
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 16:42

I've got a few Frank, generally I cook from the heart & not a recipe so sometimes if its a good un I stick it in my own recipe book.
I'll put a couple on here soon watch this space...
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 17:00

This is a Barb special and we love it
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 19:00

Hia

Don't forget the cheese on top of the beans and the bread must be crusts, well one at least
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 19:32

brawn and chips.put the brawn on top of hot chips and let it melt.pigs head brawn if you can get it.Very Happy 

pickled pigs feet cooked for 8 hours.then sprinkled with vinegar.Very Happy 

and KIMCHI if you have never tasted it google it,its one of the worlds superfoods,and its in your local asian supermarket.go and get a tin.Very Happy or a jar.
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 19:52

Spaghetti, boil drain, splash of extra virgin olive oil, chopped sundried tomatoes, toss, searve.
garnish with chopped basil & grated parmigiana cheese.
simples.
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 20:08

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Spaghetti, boil drain, splash of extra virgin olive oil, chopped sundried tomatoes, toss, searve.
garnish with chopped basil & grated parmigiana cheese.
simples.
is that the one you made with love  from your heart.or did you get it off the back of the packet.Wink
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 20:40

just a simple plate of Chateaubriand steak washed down with a nice pint of bitter[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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PostSubject: Re: YOUR favourite food   Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 20:46

Just my heart Frank!, with a bit of passion [img][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][/img]
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