motorhome cooking?

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  1. Shuggy68

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    right guys and dolls wats your best 3 course meal ever made in your motorhome it can be anything from breakfast to lunch and dinner just 3 courses.
     
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    Wine starter, takeaway as main course and scotch to finish......... Or did I miss the point?:Wink:
     
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    with 4 rings, grill and oven we eat the same in the motorhome as we do at home, no restrictions. We both cook though Sue does most of it, I only jump in if we want a Chinese meal or anything other than plain cooking. Sue is a great pastry cook, I make the bread so there we go whatever we fancy we can eat. A lot of it fresh from the garden in a good year. Don't do 3 course meals, prefer 3 decent meals a day so there you go.
     
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    Sounds perfect to me.
     
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    Moules for the starter

    followed by Pheasant, roast potatoes, carrots and parsnips smothered in a thick gravy.

    then Pavlova topped with fruit and whipped cream to finish:RollEyes:

    Beach combed for the moules, ran over the pheasant, but had to buy the other ingredients from the local supermarket. yummy!
     
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    garden

    hey Wildman do u tow a garden behind your motorhome then wheres the indicators:Rofl1:
     
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    strange

    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1: don't u love Wildman funny guy
     
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    We use the van a lot for sailing championships. Actually found out quite early on that it didn't float too well, so now we tow a boat and sail in that instead............

    Back to the point, the cooking is mostly what we find in the fridge, after moving the beers out of the way. Ideal three course meal is as follows:

    Olives/nuts/snacks washed down with whatever comes to hand out of the fridge/secret wine locker

    Some stuff chucked in the pasta whilst one of us is still slightly sober, in the hope that it won't burn...

    Ice cream out of the freezer if I remembered to stow it before we set off, otherwise more stuff from the secret wine locker, which by now is no longer secret, of course.

    Or we all go down the pub/sailing club.

    Works every time - casual dining at its worst!:thumb:
     
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    Tribute, Doom Bar & Jail Ale :Wink:
     
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    So have we but we dont cook like at home. When we are away whether it be weekend or holidays its all about easy street .
    I'm the one that does all the cooking ( proper meals round the table ) at home , every night for all of us .
    Being in the motorhome is all about getting away from the norm for us.
    Ralph does lots of cooking on the cadac in the motorhome . A good full monty brunch , or a nice piece of steak or fish and salad .
    We also like to eat out for either lunch or dinner when away on holiday in it .
    If we eat in the motorhome on a winters evening , its usually a meal for 2 from M&S or Asda
    , shoved in the oven with a nice side dish , pudding , and a bottle of wine . Easy peasy.
    Suits us.:thumb:
     
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    !st Course
    Avocado and Prawns
    2nd Course
    Fillet steak and salad [french mustard of course]
    3rd Course
    Choclate cake
    All washed down with 3 bottles of Chateu neuf de pape
    4 of us and all on a asda car park in harrogate, was supposed to go for a drink in town after but unsurprisingly no one could be bothered:Rofl1::thumb:
     
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    Food

    Full service menu in here, including my Yorkies!
     

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    Those poor little Yorkies - I'm calling the RSPCA.........


    .......only because I'm jealous - none of your aunt Bessie there at all. Awesome puds, those. :thumb:
     
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    like to keep it simple in the MH so

    vegetable soup ( always take some in the freezer)
    haggis neeps (Turnip) and tatties (potatoes)
    syrup sponge & custard

    all washed down with a can of Tennants lager followed bay a glass of Lochnagar malt
     
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    being a keen cook and equally keen wine drinker I guess mine would be when we started with wine, followed by chicken xacuti curry and finished off with more wine. The perfect 3 courses and when we want four courses I bring brandy and lemonade into the equation :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Tesco Finest meal deal £10.00 including wine - excellent :thumb:
     
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    The Sainsbury's one is even better in my opinion:thumb:

    The wine alone was retailing at £7.99 ( and I don't think that was a gimmick to sell the meals)
     
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    As long as there's wine I don't mind where it comes from - but I do get points for next Eurotunnel trip at Tesco :thumb:
     
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    Motorhome cooking!

    You mean like this?
     

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    On our very first trip away in the mh we bought one of the Morrisons "Take Away" Indian meals for two in the brown bags.......one tikka masala, one chicken korma + rice for two, bhajias, samosas, nan bread, plus a raita dip:BigGrin:

    What made me even happier than all this for £6.50 was that I was able to get everything into the oven :thumb:

    All washed down with a couple of beers, then wine later on..........
     
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