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What's your favourite .... dish that you cook at home for yourself on a regular basis?
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26-11-2020, 08:24 PM
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Stovies. Heavy on the onions.
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Salmon, broccoli & cheese sauce.

I absolutely love it ... would have it as my last supper on my deathbed.
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26-11-2020, 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Roxy ->
Stovies. Heavy on the onions.
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26-11-2020, 08:33 PM
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I love all the dishes I cook or I wouldn't cook them

Each season is different so it is not possible to have one favourite.
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26-11-2020, 08:45 PM
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I don't cook. I'm married.
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26-11-2020, 09:15 PM
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Meatballs in tomato flavoured sauce and long grain rice mmmm yum yum. Before the recipe was changed and the company was called Campbells, I would have their tomato sauce meatballs with a bag chips from the local chippy..even yummier
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26-11-2020, 09:52 PM
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A Ginsters Cornish Pasty, mashed potato a selection of seasonal vegetables and thick gravy.........

Or alternatively, Fish (Tesco Chunky Cod in Breadcrumbs) Home cooked chips (Cooked in vegetable oil in a proper chip pan, none of those 'Oven Chip' imposters!) and Baked Beans.....Was that my stomach I just heard rumbling?...
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26-11-2020, 09:58 PM
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No one favourite but the top three would be Moussaka, grilled Barramundi and mussaman curry.
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26-11-2020, 10:08 PM
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A traditional Yorkshire suet-crust. Basically a beef stew made with stout. The cooked meat place into a large pie dish, boiled potatoes placed on top and then the gravy poured over the whole lot. Finally, a suet dumpling type pastry a good quarter-inch thick laid on top and crimped around the edges of the dish to keep everything in place. A hole made into the centre of the pie-crust lets the steam out. Crust brushed with milk then bunged into the oven until top brown and crisp and the underside puffed up and has a dumpling texture.
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