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5th Apr 2005, 00:29
Roast leg of lamb with roasted carrots, potatoesand parsnips underneath the leg accumulating the drippings. Medium rare thanks with a creme brulee for pud.

Second place: Steak and kidney pie with fresh peas and smashed potatoes.

Third place: Lamb stew.

Just a bit hungry at the mo'.

5th Apr 2005, 01:05
Seafood laksa.
Sushi and sushimi.
Meat and mushroom pie.

Flik Roll
5th Apr 2005, 01:28
BBQ steak seared to rare with ketchup and new potatoes....

5th Apr 2005, 02:56
Seared chilean seabass ( yaaa, please spare me the lecture , i know ... ) with beurre blanc & roasted veggies .

Pepper steak , charred outside rare inside with horseradish & creme' fraiche mashed potatoes & grilled asparagus .

Sashimi , sashimi , sashimi ...

A perfectly made BLT on a toasted whole grain bread with crispy maple cured bacon, juiciest beefsteak tomatoes , crrrispy lettuce & home made mayo ...

Ok , I'm so hungry now I can't see straight .

***Heads to inspect the fridge ...

5th Apr 2005, 04:57
Rare fillet with mushrooms and salad with a good red
Sushi and sashimi
Big Scottish prawns and smoked salmon, cold Chablis
Seafood night at the Sheraton in Abu Dhabi (bit of a greedy one that)
A good mix of 4 or 5 dishes at Newton Circus, Singapore (another greedy one) with some Tiger
Lamb rogan josh, rice and chapattis, plus several cold ones to wash it down
Mussels (especially NZ green lipped) with crusty brown bread and a good white
Steak and mushroom pie – with a pint of Red Cuillen
Haggis – with a good dram
Grass cutter (bush rat) with plantain (best in Ghana)

Best stop there I think, time to pop out for a snack

Oh and by the way, although not asked, for breakfast it's hard to beat left over curry from the night before

5th Apr 2005, 06:00
I'm also quite partial to a bit of lamb on the side... :E

We're talking about food?

Oh, I see... :ouch:

Moules Mariniere.
Steak au Poivre, with roast potatoes, garlic mushrooms braised in red wine and broccoli au gratin.
"Death by Chocolate" for pudding.
Served with a bottle of Madeira, to tempt my dear.

That's tea sorted, but I really don't know what to have for dinner.

5th Apr 2005, 06:12
I haven't even had breakfast yet!!.......and you lot have made me very hungry!

5th Apr 2005, 09:09

Oh hell yes!!

Keg restaurants up this way also do a killer "baseball" steak. When cooked correctly...........


5th Apr 2005, 09:41
1: Ribeye steak, medium rare, smothered with sauteed mushrooms, shrimp marinated in cilantro and olive oil, baked potato with butter and bleu cheese dressing. :ok:

2: My home made chili, the hotter the better. :cool:

3: Grilled Mahi with salad and homemade bread :ok:


Solid Rust Twotter
5th Apr 2005, 10:31
Six pack of cold beer, bottle of Tabasco and a diving knife to pry off/open oysters and dig for clams on a beach at low tide. Squat down on the rocks or the beach and eat 'em while they're fresh.

Can't do better than that...:ok:

5th Apr 2005, 19:47
2 Hollands Steak and Kidney puddings, large portion of chips, mushy peas and gravy.

Jerricho's Wife
5th Apr 2005, 19:50
They still have Hollands?

:zzz: <-- that's me deaming about the steak puddings

5th Apr 2005, 20:03
Les Haricots cuits sur le pain grillé


Solid Rust Twotter
5th Apr 2005, 20:05
Beans on toast?

Aaarrrggghhhh, the gout....:( :mad:

5th Apr 2005, 22:52
......... par boiled Asparagus wrapped in parma ham and then barbied until slightly crisp, with veggie kebab of onions, capsicums and mushrooms, and freshly cut celery stalks.

's lovely with a crusty french stick. and a really nice red vino, plus a nice lady to share the delight!!
.....The Boss comes Home Saturday, I may have to cook a liitle.
Oh Joy is me!!!!!

5th Apr 2005, 23:35
Yam Neua - Thai Beef Salad ... ugh, Pavlov, the bell's ringing again....

6th Apr 2005, 01:00
Stovies and Guinness :ok:

flying bizzie
6th Apr 2005, 03:19
A nice pan of Scouse with crusty bread:ok: