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    Quote Originally Posted by gregjd View Post
    We've made a few versions of the Momofuku 'Crack Pie' during lockdown... recommended!

    https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/crack-pie
    https://simply-delicious-food.com/crack-pie/
    That looks like some serious pie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daborg View Post
    That looks like some serious pie!
    It's a winner.. Check out the Netflix Chef's Table episode on Christina Tosi, the baker/chef who came up with it.

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    This tonight.. although I vary the recipe a bit every time..

    https://www.agaliving.com/cooking/recipes/mains/paella

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    With an excess of milk to use up, as well as some spinach I came across this recipe.

    https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/...icotta-gnocchi

    Having bought a cheese making kit during lockdown one I made some ricotta this afternoon and gave it a go. Turned out very nice. Did a bit of homemade pesto along with it.

    The key seems to be getting the spinach as dry as possible after blanching it as some feedback indicated some had failed to do so.

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    Sometimes, the simplest pleasures are the best: Spaghetti Carbonara.

















    [Sorry last photo out of focus, I was getting too excited about the food]

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    Some traditional food, pastry deep fried in pork fat. You can eat it covered in sugar or with matured ham and fresh cheese.
    We call it uštipci.
    And something for the main dish of course.


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    Wow, that looks great.

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    Cuttlefish & prawn with gnocchi ...

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    Made my first salsiccia yesterday.

    Cutting bacon and pork neck into slices




    A nice mixture of salt, pepper, fennel, rosemary, garlic and some other spices




    We are going to let that sit for a few hours

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    Meanwhile, cut up some parsley and spring onions






    and some Provolone cheese







    then we grind the meat and mix with herbs, cheese and some Marzano tomatoes




    and stuff it into the pork gut




    Enjoy!

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    Do you have a contraption to do the stuffing, as it were?
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    I want one of these:

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    #Technoking
    Last edited by Carlton-Browne; 25th April 2021 at 18:39.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lysanderxiii View Post
    It is one on many "meatloaf" recipes use by the prison system for recalcitrant prisoners. It provides all the necessary nutritional elements, and very little else. It in itself it isn't bad tasting, just rather bland, but if it's all you get with water ... well you get the picture.

    Incidentally, some vegetarians think this is great stuff, but I think they add seasonings.
    All the nutrients except Protein. This is the worlds worst bread/raisins/carrot loaf, it’s not a meatloaf. I kind of dislike Jamie Oliver as a person and business man, but his recipes are superb, he does a stunning meatloaf; which contains meat! Quell surprise, I’m pretty sure it is in his Ministry of Food book. Also the Chille con carne (carne = meat, not bread, carrots and raisins), that is great too. A good cook book which I credit for getting my wife cooking; barely a better accolade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    I want one of these:

    Well....


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    ^^ sausage envy!

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    It's Leberkäs Sunday.















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    Oooof.
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    Meet picanha. She is joining us from Ireland.She just took a long bath (7h @ 52°).




    Bit of a fatty, isn't she?




    About time we roast the hell out of her.




    A couple of minutes rest will distribute the juices nicely.




    Cut, cut, cut.




    Delicious.

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    The tentacle thingy

    Home grown potatoes and carrots, garlic, onion, rosemary, salt, pepper, mediterranean dry herbs, generous splash of olive oil and white vine...

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    Same as above, but rooster+lamb instead ...

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    Fresh basil (1kg) + parmiggano reggiano (200g) + olive oil (200g) + toasted pine nuts (200g) + lemon juice (20g) + pinch of salt&pepper. Mix it all and season to taste

    Instead of pine nuts you can use sunflower seeds or almonds (toast before)

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    caught, prepared and served ...

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    Calamari and veggies from the oven (simple)

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    Chickpea Bread

    Simple wheat-free bread, ready in 45 mins:

    300g chickpea flour
    1.5 tbsp sugar
    1 tsp baking soda
    1/4 tsp salt
    2 tbsp olive oil
    330ml (one can...) sparkling water


    - Preheat oven to 180ŗC
    - Line a small loaf tin with baking sheet (I used a pound-cake tin 22x9x6cm LWH)

    - Thoroughly mix the dry ingredients together in a bowl
    - Add the oil and the sparkling water
    - Gently mix until all the dry ingredients have combined with the liquids
    - Pour into the loaf tin and immediately bake for 35-40 minutes



    Let cool, remove from the tin, and serve:



    You could add chopped olives, rosemary, or sesame seeds to the dry mix if you wish. In place of sparkling water you could mix 2 tsp of vinegar with 330ml of water instead.

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