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Cottage pie 50/50 pigeon and beef mince, tomorrow, pheasant, leek mushroom and ham pie- gravy id Cambell's condensed chicken soup.

 

Blackpowder

 

 

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35 minutes ago, loriusgarrulus said:

 

It will be interesting to see if it works.  It's not an option I could use as OH is diabetic.

Just tried a spoonful and it's definitely had an effect. Still packs a punch but it's far more edible now.

You could try adding lemon or lime juice. That was another suggestion I saw. 

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1 minute ago, Mr_Nobody said:

Just tried a spoonful and it's definitely had an effect. Still packs a punch but it's far more edible now.

You could try adding lemon or lime juice. That was another suggestion I saw. 

That's interesting. I will bare that in mind. 👍

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2 hours ago, Robden said:

That's disgusting!  The jelly and bread yes...........but butter as well?.....Really?

I think im James Martins love child, i have butter with every thing

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1 hour ago, Mr_Nobody said:

Well that would work but I don't want to be eating curry for the next week. Not that much room in the freezer atm.

Looked for ideas and apparently adding sugar can reduce the heat so some has been added and it's bubbling away as I write. I will report back later.

I find that a can of coconut milk takes out the heat

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2 minutes ago, amateur said:

I find that a can of coconut milk takes out the heat

Yeah that was another suggestion I saw. Haven't got any of that though.

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5 hours ago, Mr_Nobody said:

Did a slow cooker curry yesterday. 

Upon reflection, adding a Carolina Reaper pepper might have been a mistake. Now trying to figure out a way to reduce the heat.

Cream or Crème fraîche should help

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Last night's dinner :

 

Chicken , Ham and Leek Pie, there was Chicken stock gravy too, but I took the picture then got stuck in and forgot😄

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IMG_20200413_181500_resized_20200413_064506573 chicken pie 2.jpg

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2 hours ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

hello, i wish PW members would stop posting such Delicious food they are eating, 😂:lol:

👹👹🤣🤣

The chicken and veg soup (made from Sundays chicken carcass) with the last of the loaf of bread for lunch.

Another loaf is now baking. 👍

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1 hour ago, loriusgarrulus said:

👹👹🤣🤣

The chicken and veg soup (made from Sundays chicken carcass) with the last of the loaf of bread for lunch.

Another loaf is now baking. 👍

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hello, beats my warmed up liver and veg stew😄

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14 minutes ago, loriusgarrulus said:

I like liver and veg too. 🙂👍

hello, its my main stay winter dinners, that and chicken/pheasant/ beef/ summer i am like a rabbit, salads and more salads, 😄

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North Indian Slow-cooked Chicken is on for tonight. Made with 3 red chilli's and madras paste so I'm anticipating a bit of heat 😈 Smells gorgeous already... 

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23 minutes ago, MrPhantom said:

North Indian Slow-cooked Chicken is on for tonight. Made with 3 red chilli's and madras paste so I'm anticipating a bit of heat 😈 Smells gorgeous already... 

Get the bog roll in the fridge.

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23 hours ago, loriusgarrulus said:

 

It will be interesting to see if it works.  It's not an option I could use as OH is diabetic.

My local Indian uses yogurt, works well...........and not the flavoured ones.

13 hours ago, biketestace said:

Sausage, BUTTERY mash, peas and gravy 

Sausage, BUTTERY mash and fried onions.          I've corrected that for you................You're welcome. 😊

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1 hour ago, Robden said:

My local Indian uses yogurt, works well...........and not the flavoured ones.

Sausage, BUTTERY mash and fried onions.          I've corrected that for you................You're welcome. 😊

As long as the onions are fried in butter.......

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Lunch: Half a take and bake buttered baguette with some beef sliced from leftovers of a Sunday joint. (I inventoried the freezer yesterday and discovered it, fortunatley still within date). OH buried his in raw onion, I had mustard on mine.

I followed mine with a banana and chocolate sprinkles yogurt. (OH went to get his prescription last week and picked me some up from the village shop on special offer. Unfortunatley he bought 2x packs of 6 and they had a short expiry date. He doesn't eat sweet yogurts. They freeze well.👍 You just need to remove the chocolate sprinkles before defrosting them in the microwave.I always want to eat one when it's too late to defrost one slowly )😎

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Moules marinier tonight with proper deep fat fried skinny chips (Nanna chips) and crusty bread. 

 

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Stir fried pork, bean sprouts, finely sliced onion and sweetheart cabbage with hoisin sauce accompanied by egg fried brown rice.

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Posted (edited)

Bonjela on toast. Need to go shopping urgently.

Edited by fatchap

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