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"What are you eating?" aka Loki's carnival of filth


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30 minutes ago, neesy111 said:

We were planning to go there but shut on Tuesdays.  So next time when they are open.


Nice one, definitely recommend it. We are there on Friday when we get back from our holiday. This was what we had a few weeks ago when we were there. It’s superb.

 

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27 minutes ago, Lazarus said:

 

You been playing football again?

Nah, doctors advised me not to, but had a few funny turns again and waiting on bloods again, just sick of my life at the moment ha ha

 

 

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2 minutes ago, HTT II said:

Nah, doctors advised me not to, but had a few funny turns again and waiting on bloods again, just sick of my life at the moment ha ha

 

 

 

 

Take it easy - youre under Dr's orders to. Your not back at work yet are you?

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1 minute ago, Lazarus said:

 

Take it easy - youre under Dr's orders to. Your not back at work yet are you?

Nah I’m literally only gonna go back to work/play football when the docs say I can and thanks mate really appreciate it!

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Crisp sandwich mayo, Tabasco siracha and some truffle oil and Walkers baked ready salted on grannery bread and a big glass of Irn Bru. 

 

Was fucking lovely :lol:

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, relámpago blanco said:

Flan is like  a wobbly milky substance. Like milk you can slice with a few flavourings. 

 

Custard. Quiche is the milky one (well, cream and eggs).

 

EDIT: I do realise custard is technically milky too :lol:

 

 

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2 minutes ago, thomas said:

the first bite is liable to send the contents rocketing out the other end of the shell. it's not quik-dry cement here. 

 

Don't you dare start criticising British and Irish cheese.

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Fancy making this, in the beforetimes when I worked in an office I'd always get the posh ready meals from M&S cos there's only so many Findus lasagnas you can have when you're doing two weeks of lates with just a microwave, and their pork yaki udon was a favourite. I like the idea of freezing the noodles beforehand so they don't overcook and stay chewy 

 

https://drivemehungry.com/yaki-udon-stir-fried-udon-noodles/

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