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Thread: Camping food ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    No deep-fried haggis shops then?
    Aye, loads

    But a white pudding supper beats a haggis supper any day.

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    or breakfast

    Full fryup with white and black pudding - as served in Portree

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dogs nuts! View Post
    Hey Taff....tell us more, I'm interested in more good tips on good food and getting girls pants off
    Aha .. just remembered another one.
    Garlic Mushrooms.

    This one is simple (even my 8 yr old can do it) and can easily be done on a camping trip. So Taffs Top Tip is:
    • Get a bag of fresh Mushrooms or pick your own (Don't eat wild mushrooms unless you know which ones are good and which ones aren't). I'm not confident enough to try unfamilar mushrooms, but any mushrooms bought in a supermarket will be edible.
    • Clean the Mushrooms and cut into coarse chunks (ie not too thin) and bang them in a saucepan.
    • Add a generous dab of butter and heat gently for say 2 minutes. Don't over-cook them otherwise they go "mushy" so
    • Just as they're browning add a small carton of fresh double cream and a generous squeeze of garlic puree (or crush your own) to the mushroom and juice mix
    • Stir and gently re-heat for say 1 minute - again don't over-cook them
    • Pour the lot onto fresh buttered toast (or just eat them with fresh crusty bread) and
    • Scoff with and a bottle of your favourite drink - personally I prefer red.

    NB. You will almost certainly over-cook this the first time you try it, but bear in mind that everything in this recipe could be eaten uncooked if you wanted to. It should take about 5 minutes. Again, the smell of this is fantastic.

    If you have a eerrr ... "friend" and her pants aren't off within 30 minutes, you've done something wrong. The sharp eyed will notice that this takes 10 mins longer than the Mussels - simply because in my experience women tend to prefer the Mussels.
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