Pork Fat Therapy/ What are you eating?


#5214

Today: showed KettleJnr Wererabbit.
This evening for dinner:


#5215

Invited to lunch by friends. Delicious, tender rabbit cooked for 8 hours. Italian grandmother’s recipe, apparently. Topside of beef cooked in red wine, melt in the mouth. Some sort of heavenly jus with the beef. Served with shredded cabbage and mashed potato.

Seconds and thirds were had. I think I must have eaten a whole rabbit.


#5216

Chicken Balti with basmati rice & garlic/coriander naan. My best effort yet at a balti, very tasty.


#5217


#5218

:grin:

Looks good :+1:


#5219

roast chicken, veg, noodle soup, made using a stock from the carcasses of our last three roast chicken dinners


#5220

Bought in then.?


#5221

nein - made by me in the kitchen


#5222

Chicken made in your kitchen, good work


#5223


#5224

‘Inspired by Mexico City’

Do they taste of exhaust fumes? :thinking:


#5225

Just had to sack the apprentice for get the un spicy version

May seem harsh,but will be character building for him


#5226

Club sandwich for lunch :yum: Toasted ciabatta roll, crispy romaine lettuce, grilled dry-cured bacon, roast chicken and mayo.


#5227

Looks more like a cum sandwich


#5228

Barf!


#5229

Really? If yours looks like that John, you should book an appointment at your doctors :thinking:


#5230

Booking in, and apologies if I put you off what looks like a very delicious meal :zipper_mouth_face:


#5231

No worries mate, you didn’t - I’d already made short work of it by then :smiley:


#5232


guess


#5233

I’ll be there tomorrow…

…assuming Hatfield isn’t snowed in. :thinking: