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1 minute ago, .Stripes. said:

homemade pizza

 

I use Lebanese bread for pizza.

 

I bought this knife sharpener and it brought our old sh*tty knives back to life. 

 

4 minutes ago, .Stripes. said:

Dear god that's a lot of food man!

 

That was my first meal of the day and I probably wont eat a lot more lol. I'll probably just have some fruit and home made yoghurt for dinner. Speaking of which, we make our own yoghurt with this stuff. It takes 5 minutes to prepare and is ready after 8 hours in the maker and however long it takes for your fridge to cool it down.

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1 hour ago, Puffwagon said:

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.

 

Instructions said 3 eggs lol

 

How was it? Looks tasty

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1 hour ago, .Stripes. said:

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?

Have got a decent set of Furi knives and a few speciality ones

 

Get a mobile sharpener to come occasionally to come occasionally to give them a go over.

 

That said - these can easily take care of 99% of the kitchen duties - most useful knife ever - sharp as anything and cheap

 

http://www.kitchenwarehouse.com.au/Victorinox-Black-Steak-Knife-11cm

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2 hours ago, .Stripes. said:

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?

 

 

these knives are about 15 years old 

cant remember what we paid for them (not cheap)

very handy cos they are always right in front of you on the bench in the knife block 

they have a pair of very excellent scissors which easily come apart for cleaning

they retain their sharpness very well

comes with a steel for sharpening , which I have used about 2 or 3 times in 15 years

quality is definitely worth the extra cost

 

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Mrs BCB has some pots she got for her 21st (35 years ago) 

"Essteele" brand,  stainless with copper bases 

they are still in fantastic nick, and they get used every day

 

found current price here: https://www.ebay.com.au/I/122119198598?chn=ps

Edited by bloodycrashboy

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4 hours ago, .Stripes. said:

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.

PETER'S OF KENSINGTON is your friend.

 

Ohh and long handled tongs are a must.

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@Rab First meal of the day. This one has a whole onion, mushrooms, a fat knob of butter, cheese, 8 eggs, bacon, garlic powder, cayenne pepper and chicken salt.

 

That scale was zero'd with the plate first if anyone was wondering. 

 

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48 minutes ago, Puffwagon said:

@Rab First meal of the day. This one has a whole onion, mushrooms, a fat knob of butter, cheese, 8 eggs, bacon, garlic powder, cayenne pepper and chicken salt.

 

That scale was zero'd with the plate first if anyone was wondering. 

 

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Fat crunt

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Whs ^

11 minutes ago, Rab said:

Nice work :)

 

How'd it go?

I should have left the chicken salt out and the bacon made it better.

 

I ate it no worries but I probably woulda been happy with half. 

 

At least this way I don't have to cook again today.

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Lmfao!!!

 

I'm here by myself until next weekend mate so I'll just be poisoning myself. 

 

Here's a tip for anyone silly enough to eat one of these things...

 

Never trust a fart :bomb:

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