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 Post subject: whats for supper?
PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2011 12:13 pm 
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just as the title asks? you aussies have such cool sounding food....tucker...who could resist.
we run a thread on another board just like this one. here's a sample or two. you figure out who the aussie is and who's the yank.

Did a seafood platter for tea last night.
Green prawns tossed in garlic, olive oil and butter. Added some flour and some cream. Broke some boiled mud crabs we'd caught that morning, a kilo of Moreton Bay bugs and some spanner crabs...

or....

Just ingested a McRib. I am now waiting for death.

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see we all eat.....so whats for supper?


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2011 12:15 pm 
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venison tenderloins run thru the tenderizer till fall apart soft(3 times) marinaded in charcoal roasted garlic, smoked hot peppers, olive oil, worstishire, terriki sauce, and cooking sherri. then seared on the grill. sweet potatoes with home made wild comb in,whipped honey butter. and a sliced white dry irish cheese, and peach tea.

i'm so full it's gonna be hard to drink a 12 pack of beer, but its saturday nite an i'll have to try


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 Post subject: Re: whats for supper?
PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:08 pm 
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I'd say the first one was the Aussie, dunno if you get McRibs here....

Last night I roasted up some small potatoes, pumpkin and little onions with lots of fresh herbs and olive oil. Had that with Duck breast marinated in plum sauce and five spice.... Unusual mix, but tasty....

Also had a couple of Jacks while cooking ...

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 Post subject: Re: whats for supper?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 7:00 am 
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Shit i had a $9.00 pizza


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hot venison/pork sausage browned, and mixed into tubettini pasta, with oinion celery an beef broth.


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cheating tonight, :) having chinese honey chicken onna stick from Lenards with freshly cooked rice :) and maybe some champers :)


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 Post subject: Re: whats for supper?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 8:30 pm 
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earthbound wrote:
Last night I roasted up some small potatoes, pumpkin and little onions with lots of fresh herbs and olive oil. Had that with Duck breast marinated in plum sauce and five spice.... Unusual mix, but tasty....
Yum....next time that's on the menu, invite me! :wave: ....I had subway

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 Post subject: Re: whats for supper?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:40 pm 
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Food&Fish wrote:
Shit i had a $9.00 pizza


Don't you have a pizza oven. I can turn on the gas and grab a couple of handfulls of flour and have a pizza cut up and in the box(I have the real pizza boxes) in 20min. :rock:


But tonight I'm trying out the scanpan tajine. Curry chicken, garlic(ap), onions, potato, pumpkin, carrots and tomatoes. :joy:

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fresh egg salad, and what leftovers the fridge yields.


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Lamb rib chops, taters, peas, corn, carrot, onions and tomatos.

Simmered down the onions and tomatoes with water in a casserole dish, quick fried the chops (two lots of 3 ribs still joined) until the fat was crispy then threw the whole lot into the casserole dish with pepper and garlic,put in oven for 50mins then with the lid off for 30mins.

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home made green chicken curry with almost all AP veg/herbs :D

even made me own curry paste :headbang:

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sausage and cabbage pie with cheese filling.


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That sounds good :)

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 Post subject: Re: whats for supper?
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Man, this thread is making me hungry.....

Wish I'd taken a pictue of the roast vegetable frittata I made the other night, it was great..

Had to look that one up Duff, scanpan tajine, funny looking thing, does it work well?

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 Post subject: Re: whats for supper?
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earthbound wrote:
Had to look that one up Duff, scanpan tajine, funny looking thing, does it work well?

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I reckon " give it a rub and make a wish" :joy: :joy:

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