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MrMacleod

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Hello everyone's welcome too the food and drink section of MFF.

let's face it, we all love eating and drinking.

So please use this sub forum kindly added by BB to post up anything food or drink related, this could be anything from your own reviews of places, your own recipes, pictures or your experiences within the food and drink industry.

 

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I love food so much that i'm an actual overweight fat cunt, 

I'm happy though haha.

Parmos are my downfall.

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44 minutes ago, boro_boy said:

I love food so much that i'm an actual overweight fat cunt, 

I'm happy though haha.

Parmos are my downfall.

Exercise by moving a few relevant threads into this forum then fella, IE the drinking thread.

I myself have just enjoyed a very nice Chicken Madrass, with 2 poppadom's.

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Friday's evening meal was peri peri chicken, with the trimming's. big boneless piece, If only we could get chicken like it in the UK. Saturday's was a fish Cataplana, with sea bass etc that came out of the sea the same day. Tonight after the travelling, Mrs SA knocked up steak & chips, onion rings mushrooms and a fried egg. I was so hungry tho, that i struggled to eat it. Why is it, when really proper hungry, it seems a struggle to eat?

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2 minutes ago, superally said:

Friday's evening meal was peri peri chicken, with the trimming's. big boneless piece, If only we could get chicken like it in the UK. Saturday's was a fish Cataplana, with sea bass etc that came out of the sea the same day. Tonight after the travelling, Mrs SA knocked up steak & chips, onion rings mushrooms and a fried egg. I was so hungry tho, that i struggled to eat it. Why is it, when really proper hungry, it seems a struggle to eat?

How was your trip to Portugal anyway mate?

My Friday meal consisted of wild boar pappardelle as I in work, Saturday was just a lasagne, again in work and tonight I've just ordered a takeaway as just finished work so a beer and takeaway it is.

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3 minutes ago, MrMacleod said:

How was your trip to Portugal anyway mate?

My Friday meal consisted of wild boar pappardelle as I in work, Saturday was just a lasagne, again in work and tonight I've just ordered a takeaway as just finished work so a beer and takeaway it is.

Nothing like a short break, just getting a few furnishing's in the place. We now have bed's in all room's, a sofa and a dinning table and chair's.Can't praise the guy's who delivered it highly enough, they took it to where we wanted it, assembled it all, removed all rubbish/packaging too. Had to give them a 50 euro tip, they earned it.Very impressed.

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Home made Cheese & potato pie, with belly chops and peas, could possibly be my all time non curry favourite meal. Mrs SA is a proper old school cook, doing things from scratch. My mother in law, RIP is possibly the best cook ever.

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38 minutes ago, Negan said:

My wife is the best cook ever.

Judging by the pictures you have posted of your previous  dinner's, I suggest she really is not. My dog would turn his nose up, at some of the food in those pic's.

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30 minutes ago, Negan said:

She is just the best.

Everything she cooks is spot on.

Roasts, puddings, casseroles, biscuits. She can cook it all.

I am not a cook at all, tho i do have certain knowledge of good food, This is gained from having a wife who cook's proper food from scratch, and having dined in many accredited restaurant's around the world. May i suggest the brown bits on your mash indicate it was a pre cooked effort, maybe from Iceland or farmfoods, Proper home made mash, really does not have brown edges, The green beans, frozen stuff.the meat look's like one of those packs you get for a £1, and as for bread & butter? WTF?

My typical home made Sunday dinner consist's of at least 3 fresh veg, roast potatoes proper home made mash,Beef Lamb gammon pork or chicken. any 2 from those 5,and always a home made Yorkshire pudding, prepared the day before.Also Mrs SA always serves up stuffing, (which i not keen on).If i was served what you posted i seriously think i would throw it back at her.

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