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On 18/12/2017 at 7:48 PM, BAXRTUTE said:

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As a person whom doesnt eat seafood pretty sure I did well tonight.

Thai dressed oysters,

Local king prawns,

Salt & pepper squid, 

Lemon pepper scollops, 

 

And moet on the side for my beautiful lady. 

 

Being almost 11pm it clearly hasnt helped with the sexi times as yet hahaha

Is that seafood on a concrete floor? 

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Had fharkkk all left in the fridge as it’s grocery day tomoro... so made something from all bits and pieces left over ...

Pasta with chicken and bacon baked with fresh mozzarella ontop
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Made myself some bacon, eggs and hash browns on toast for brekkie and a coffee this morning. No pics coz already gone. Was delicious though :acute:

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Chicken, onion, capsicum, whole red chilli, garlic powder, onion powder, tarragon, sumac, smoked paprika, ground ginger, dried coriander, sambal olek, chocolate scorpion hot sauce, pinch of chicken salt, water. 

 

Fry it up with some oil and deglaze with water at the end to make a sauce. 

 

So farken spicy but taste so good. It taste like chicken fajita.

 

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Haha pretty much. I eat a lot of chicken, maybe 3 kg per week so there is always a shopping bag full of chicken tits in the deep freeze.

 

You can make any vegetable or meat taste good with herbs and spices. I use them all the time. 

 

That translates to yummy food and cheap grocery bills. 

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Hard part is working out when to put each one in

 

Some open up in the oil before the meat, some with the meat, some during the cook and some at the end

 

Some better in wet, others in dry

 

SPG always works ;)

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I think it depends what type and how much heat the herb or spice needs to taste good and also how much heat and/or cooking time it can handle before it taste like cardboard.

 

It also depends how fresh you want the flavor to be. 

 

I used Supercook for a while to get different ideas. You add all the food in your house and it comes up with thousands of recipes. I haven't used it for a few years but it was good back then. 

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mmm

 

try an omelette tomorrow (pics needed)

 

Am tipping eggs work for the gains?

 

3 eggs needed - scramble and set aside

 

Handful each of diced onion, diced chicken and peppers (green best, but red in a pinch)

 

Small pan (omelette size?? frypan)

 

Fry up til chicken cooked, veggies soft and lower the heat, spread out the stuff and add a layer of grated cheese 

 

Keep on heat til cheese goes just beyond melted, headed towards burnt

 

Pour in the eggs

 

"Shake" the pan occasionally to spread the "wet" eggs

 

When 95% solid - fold the "omelette" and take off the heat

 

Shake til all solid then serve.

 

Zero herbs or spices - may need some salt, but try before you reach for it

 

edit: forego cheese if not in the diet, sprinkle some salt before the fold

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Yeah man I'll make one. 

 

I've made them before and they are the shiznit.

 

I'll make a fat bastard version for lunch cos I've only been having coffee for breakfast lately. 

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I never have anything other than (3) coffee's for brekkie lol

 

Cook the stuff, then put the eggs in

 

You can mix/match the stuff

 

Cheese til "almost burnt" is the secret - don't stir

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Just cooked brekkie (haven't slept yet and not ready for coffee)

 

Cooked up a fried cheese........

 

Yeah, it's a fried cheese.

 

Was wondering if I could.

 

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I could.

 

(it's a saucer, not a dinner plate)

 

Tasted as good as it looks

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There was more cheese on top - then I flipped it

 

And put more cheese on top - then I flipped it

 

goto 10

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Cheese is salty - especially once the water is fried out of it.

 

Didn't need salt.

 

Was exactly like the best bits of a toasted cheese sango - without the sango

 

Sango?? is that the word/spelling??

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Figure this is as good a thread as any for this, given the top is food and cooking. My housemate moved out (and in with his gf) and we were using his kitchen things...so now I need to buy kitchen stuff. Not looking to go tooooo crazy at this point, but here's a list of things I feel I should attend to next week and would like suggestions/discussion on:

  • Knives - I need a good set of kitchen knives
  • Sandwich press/grill - the ex had a good sandwich press (flat plates - which I liked) that was hot enough to cook chicken schnitzels etc on as well as sandwiches
  • Air fryer - housemate had one of these and was great for slicing up some sweet potato and getting sweet potato wedges with minimum effort...and not too unhealthy
  • Versatile spices/mixes/condiments - again, not something I've ever really delved into myself - so looking to learn

That'll probably do for now I think. I've got a couple of frying pans and basic utensils. Any particular utensils that make life easier that you couldn't live without that you'd suggest?

 

Also, today's lunch is rather unexciting (like every day this week -diet)...salad.

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A george foreman can do toasted sangers as well as sausages, steak, chicken breast etc.

 

Garlic powder, onion powder and chicken salt along with table salt and a pepper grinder are staples in my house.

 

Get a pizza cutter and don't be a tight arse with your can opener cos the cheap ones don't work real good except to open beer bottles.

 

@Rab

 

Here is my fat bastard "whatever the fark it is". Half a large onion, half a red capsicum, 200g ham, 50g or so grated cheese, lotsa mushrooms, 4 cloves garlic, 8 large eggs. Cooked per instruction lol.

 

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I've had a foreman grill in the past, but don't tend to like as much how it does sangers compared to a flat grill.

 

Ah yeah, have most on that list bar the garlic and onion powders.

 

Have a pizza cutter (came with my pizza stone) - homemade pizza is one thing I'm actually not too bad at these days. I buy the bases from Bakers Delight - they're delicious! Ah, can opener...that's a point!

 

What's peoples thoughts on knives? Do you go with cheap ones and replace them every few years, or pony up for a decent set that last a bunch longer?

 

 

Dear god that's a lot of food man!

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