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    Food Ideas

    Well, last year we had Hungarian Beef on Friday night, and Hunter's Chicken on the Saturday night.

    It started like this -



    Spend a couple of days marinading in red wine -



    And was consumed in a flash! There were even extras!

    So, what would you like to have this year?

    I thought maybe of a Malaysian Beef Randang with rice for one evening?

    or a Chicken Tagine with couscous?

    Maybe a summer vegetable risotto for the meat decliners?

    Any other suggestions or requests?
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    couple of good ideas there Dan but i'm easly pleased as long as its got meat with it
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    I love lobster thermidor and beef wellington, not on the same plate of course

    This is really kind of you, Gail will be sending in her request soon but she likes fancy food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shapeshifter View Post
    couple of good ideas there Dan but i'm easly pleased as long as its got meat with it
    +1, gotta have meat and a bit of spice

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    the vegie option was great and the que was shorter

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    Tagines. I'm just about done with them for now but, have been invited for dinner on Wed's and asked how to flavour a good tagine.

    I'm not familiar with Maylasian RingBang but I'll go for that, and to offer a simple suggestion why not do a pasta dish and give yourself some time for the evening.

    PS. I'm available for kitchen duties when I commit myself to attend.

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    Paella easier than risotto for the veggie camp. Happy to mastermind if you like.

    Needs a big, wide pan.

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    Malaysian Yang Ptang Kipperbang sounds delicious chef....Tagines are top too (except for Ditchy & his delicate constitution....)

    My standard diet of Fosters will be adhered too of course....

    More than 'capable' of being one of chef's little helpers too....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Malaysian Yang Ptang Kipperbang sounds delicious chef....Tagines are top too (except for Ditchy & his delicate constitution....)

    My standard diet of Fosters will be adhered too of course....

    More than 'capable' of being one of chef's little helpers too....
    I thought your culinary skills ran out at frozen pizza and sausag sarnies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley View Post
    My culinary skills run out at frozen pizza and sausage sarnies, but when Bounce stays @ Gray Towers, I ensure my staff are suitably briefed to provide him with his usual fine feast
    Fixed....
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    Maybe I should start charging for the West wing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley View Post
    Maybe I should start charging for the West wing?
    Then you'd best nip to Staples for a receipt book then.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley View Post
    Maybe I should start charging for the West wing?
    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Then you'd best nip to Staples for a receipt book then.....
    I like the current barter system

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    Will there be pudding???


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    Scoff

    Dan whatever you are planning is fine with Sue and I. Whatever it is, we know it will be excellent.
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    Pudding !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmountainman View Post
    Will there be pudding???
    Bring your own Rich I reckon Dan will have
    Enough to do....... Tradition dictates cheese and biscuits I reckon
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