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With me being a chef let's have a food discussion thread.

What's your favorite thing too eat? Cook? Or even a favorite chef or reatuarant to visit.

If your even brave enough, post up some of our own dishes.

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23 hours ago, MrMacleod said:

With me being a chef let's have a food discussion thread.

What's your favorite thing too eat? Cook? Or even a favorite chef or reatuarant to visit.

If your even brave enough, post up some of our own dishes.

I go through phases of what i eat. Coming from Birmingham where we tend to live on curry, I have to say curry is my favourite, and the only thing i never get bored of  Madrass Massala  Vindaloo, or chicken tikka,all good. Manzils is the place to eat them from. Also enjoy a Chinese takeaway. As for pub/restaurant food, I do like a decent steak, tho i find a £30 steak in a posh place, isn't really ant better tasting than a £5 steak at a sizzler chain pub. Fish is generally what i have when i eat out. Chef's can make a piece of Cod taste so much different to the next chef. Unfortunately even the best chefs  don't seem to be able to manage that with Steak. A cow's arse is a cows arse, and no chef has ever managed to disguise that.Fish/seafood tho,totally different thing.

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1. Turkish - Place in Golders Green, but forgot name of it.

2. Lebanese - Had it a few times in USA. Loved it. 

3. Indian - Always at The Himalaya. Far and away Brum's best.

4. Japanese - Wagamama

5. English - Fish n Chips

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9 hours ago, MrMacleod said:

This calzone has definitely filled me right up!

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That just looks like a pizza!!!

You sure that's a calzone, have they forgot to fold itmover or put a filling in it. 

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2 hours ago, MrMacleod said:

This delight is for my sinner tonight! 900g t bone steak!

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Looks fatty, and a lot of gristle there.

3 minutes ago, Thomas Shelby said:

My dinner.

 

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Frozen pre made processed yorkie puds, absolute no no.

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Lamb, turkey, chips, stuffing, green beans, homemade Yorkshires and gravy.

T'was scrummy.

The wife didn't like my trifle.

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29 minutes ago, Red Devil said:

 

Lacking a bit of girth but it will be nice none the less. 

So you say you work in a kitchen, what role would that be then?

Have we got our very own forum Gordan Ramsey? If so share some recipes, could make for a good thread. 

I do indeed work in a kitchen, I'm a senior sous chef :)

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51 minutes ago, Thomas Shelby said:

Lamb, turkey, chips, stuffing, green beans, homemade Yorkshires and gravy.

T'was scrummy.

The wife didn't like my trifle.

Not a feckin chance in hell is that home made Yorkshire pudding! It's that crappy Aunt Bessie type. Be honest here fella.100% microwave stuff.

Mrs Sa makes her Yorkshire pudding the day before she actually cooks it.Lets ask the chef @MrMacleod does that look homemade yorkie pud?

I also on first look thought it was parsnips not chips. I feckin love roasted parsnips and felt a tad jealous for a second or 2.Til i saw the yorkie pud, then i felt sympathy.

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6 minutes ago, superally said:

Not a feckin chance in hell is that home made Yorkshire pudding! It's that crappy Aunt Bessie type. Be honest here fella.100% microwave stuff.

Mrs Sa makes her Yorkshire pudding the day before she actually cooks it.Lets ask the chef @MrMacleod does that look homemade yorkie pud?

I also on first look thought it was parsnips not chips. I feckin love roasted parsnips and felt a tad jealous for a second or 2.Til i saw the yorkie pud, then i felt sympathy.

From what I see on the photo, that doesn't look like homemade Yorkshire puddings

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If Mrs Sa served me that, I think i may throw  it back at her. May have tasted great after a few beers, Tho the saying goes we eat with our eyes, that greenish brownish looking stuff on the plate there is like something my dog leaves on my lawn.

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3 minutes ago, Red Devil said:

100% not a homemade Yorkshire pudding in honesty, who gives a fvck!

If Shelby want's to eat Aunt Bessies, fair play. We don't cook our own puds either, I'd rather roast potatoes than chips but each to their own. 

No roasties = no proper dinner. I thought those chips were Parsnips, @MrMacleod what do you think? chips or parsnips?

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I'm not getting involved in an argument about parsnips and potatoes haha!

Me personally I like a good dollop of mash that I can scoop up with a nice thick gravy!

Every person is gonna have different interpretations of their ideal roast!

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