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What are you cooking tonight?

Discussion in 'off topic' started by Alex S, Sep 24, 2022.

  1. Alex S

    Alex S carbon based lifeform

    Don’t think we have such a thread on PFM so here’s goes:

    Yesterday I made paella.

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  2. gintonic

    gintonic 50 shades of grey pussy cats

    last Sunday keema Peas and aloo gobi

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    earlier this week

    8 hour beef shin ragu and tagliatelle

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  3. cutting42

    cutting42 Arrived at B4 Hacker Ergo

    Burgers and potato wedges last night, spag bog tonight. Not a big picture of food person, sorry.
     
  4. mjw

    mjw pfm Member

    (no pics cos I haven't started it yet) fennel risotto.
     
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  5. blossomchris

    blossomchris I feel better than James Brown

    home made Punjabi curries, bought the sauces from a local lady. Well balanced sauces, just have to cook some prawns and Aubergine and throw it all on a plate. served with brown Rice and our flatbreads.
     
  6. paulbysea

    paulbysea pfm Member

    This morning I baked bread and cooked up a batch of homemade soup so had fresh bread and soup for lunch. Most of the soup was frozen and will be eaten for lunch over the next week or so. This evening, who knows, I think I will head towards the kitchen, open the fridge and hope for inspiration.
     
  7. James Evans

    James Evans Bedroom Bodger

    Made a sweet potato, carrot and red lentil spicy soup this morning. Might just finish that off with some crusty loaf
     
  8. Dogberry

    Dogberry pfm Member

    Puttanesca
    Just eaten no pics
     
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  9. Nero

    Nero Don’t call me Bud

    Take some later
     
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  10. Nero

    Nero Don’t call me Bud

    Pizza tonight - Napoli; anchovies, black olives, capers,…yum
     
  11. Ponty

    Ponty pfm Member

    Yep. Wife jet lagged, supper down to me. Outsourced to fab local pizza place. To be enjoyed whilst catching up on the Sail GP.
     
  12. Joco

    Joco pfm Member

    Scallops, chorizo and a tomatoe salad with sourdough bread.
     
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  13. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    Usually steak on Saturday night for us but my son and my son-in-law have birthdays this weekend so we've a party for the two of them tomorrow, it's September weekend here in Glasgow which used to be a big Blackpool weekend, so my wife's cooked spag-bol for tomorrow so Wagu burgers for me tonight with a bottle of Portuguese red wine, my wife's not feeling well so she's on the boiler eggs I think.
     
  14. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs looking backwards, going forwards

    Crisp sandwich (ready salted) on buttered white bloomer bread.

    Might have a fried egg sarnie or fishfinger sandwich to chase the crisps.
     
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  15. Alex S

    Alex S carbon based lifeform

    Think threads like this work best with pics, just sayin’.
     
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  16. eisenach

    eisenach #JeSuisProf

    Stuffed marrow: baked in the oven with beef bolognaise and béchamel; a side serving of patates dauphinoises. A bit of red to wash the steroids down.
     
  17. Alex S

    Alex S carbon based lifeform

    Sounds great, maybe time to wash down a few statins too.
     
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  18. eisenach

    eisenach #JeSuisProf

    Not prescribed those yet. The waiting for one puts my blood pressure through the roof.
     
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  19. Dogberry

    Dogberry pfm Member

    The wine

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  20. MUTTY1

    MUTTY1 Waste of bandwidth

    Big fan of greens. Kale is steamed. Sweetheart cabbage is sweated in butter with lots of salt/cider vinegar. I make a three litres of pork stock every fortnight as a base and can make a lot of different recipes just by simmering it with various spices. Every so often though I find I need a full English or a pasty. It’s not being English. It’s that stuff that was hardwired into you when you were a scrap of a lad whatever your nationality.
     

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