One Pot Cooking At Its Best??

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  1. DavidG58

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    My first choice cooking for one with no Bev to moan about the smell :D:)

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    That would be towards the top of my list as well, however I rarely get the chance as husband maintains he is allergic to the little blighters.
     
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    Where are the frites?;)
     
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    Looks very good, also like your choice of accompaniment (seeded bread, butter, beer and nuts), hope your enjoying the racing as well.
     
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    oh yes please,but can I have a big wedge of crusty bread to dip in the juice ......pretty please:):)
     
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    Yummy - and for pud?
     
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    I have a 1.5 kg cheese cake in the freezer, possibly a little too big for me, so maybe another beer or 2 :)
     
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    slightly exaggerated the weight, but still slightly tempting, if not a little greedy

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    not actually sure what the 'queen' bit is though, didn't notice that when I ordered it
     
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    Serves 12 ............................ where are you????!!!!
     
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    Only possibly too big!! This is the reason I like to do the shopping when we are going away for a weekend. Proper food in sensible quantities and no fear (absolutley none) of running out.
     
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    In another pan...
     
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    Maybe it's one of those trans gender 'tarts' :whistle:
     
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    Stratford but keep it quiet :D(y)

    I really should save a piece for Bev for tomorrow :)
     
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    Moules pain is not a bad substitute, far better for mopping up the juice :)
     
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    Being a delicate old soul I usually manage both frites and a lovely bit of baguette. Shame to waste all those juices.
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    One of my favourite too, with a very dry and nice white wine and garlic and Persil in the juice!!
    ....And of course a crunchy fresh baguette to dip in the juice ... Yummy ... I'm dreaming of holidays...


    Amicalement

    Frankie:):cool:
     
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    I do hope something is lost in translation, Basil maybe, but Persil is soap powder in the UK :)

    David :)
     
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    Indeed - had a brilliant Moules at the Wheatsheaf, Edith Weston with both fries & bread... the fries unfinished because the bread was essential.
     
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    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::rolleyes:Typical ! Parsley .... of course! We usually put it wherever you have Garlic! Snails are cooked with a special butter made up with garlic and parsley .... but ...snails:eek: are another story:p
     
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    ...and a yummy one !
     
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