Food anyone?

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  1. Seadog

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    For the ones that like to experiment, I suggest that you try a little dill relish to the yolk mix. You might also try a little dry BBQ seasoning instead of salt and pepper. I like Head Country, a local favorite.

    And have you ever made country fried taters? Boil a few potatoes until they just start to get soft. Should still be firm. Quarter and slice the potatoes (1/8th inch or so), and fry in oil. For about four medium potatoes, add about 1/2 or a full medium onion about half way into cooking the potatoes. I like it in 1/4 inch by 2 inch slices. Cook until the onions are lightly grilled and the potatoes are getting crispy in places. Turn often, drain well. In the past, this was a way to take leftover potatoes and make another meal. Hint: do not peel the potatoes, just take out bad spots and clean the skins. Adds a nice flavor.
     
  2. Hayles66

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    Ohh, yum, thank you Seadog, I will definitely try those.

    Sweet P, what has Raja done now? No, I will not eat your dog ever, it's bad enough the Europeans eat horse. God, I'd heave if someone gave me a horse steak! Eww!
     
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    I would love to eat a roasted pig right now! lol we call it "lechon" here. Usually, stuff with lemon grass, bay leaf, pepper corn, onions, garlic, bellpeppers with a native wine. Yummmy! im getting hungry just describing it!
     
  4. Gabriel1

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    Horse steak......I had that by accident whilst in France, admittedly not as nice as beef but nice all the same.

    The Archangel
     
  5. Hayles66

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    I think I've gone off you now Gab
     
  6. Gabriel1

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    So many Brits in this thread so where is the bubble & squeak (personal favourite), pie & mash (don't forget the liquor, another personal favourite) and the jellied eels (so long ago I can't remember if this was a personal favourite!).

    The Archangel
     
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    Hey, I didn't know that I was eating Shergar! Then again, isn't a horse just an athletic cow (remember that I'm a city boy)?

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  8. Loraco

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    I'LL be making some cornish game hens on the grill tonight with roasted red taters and some delish green beans that I lighty saute with bacon onions and garlic with a sash of lemon
     
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    Oh boy the p is gone it's not working on my key board I keep having to turn of the Bluetooth
     
  10. Kieranbowley

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    I am making Home made slow cooked Chilli tonight.

    Hmmm wraps, rice or both?

    Had 10 Birds Eye chilli's in it 
     

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