motorhome food

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  1. Shuggy68

    Shuggy68 Banned

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    hi guys another one for use.wats your best dish wen your parked up in the motorhome mine is motorhome omelette onion mushrooms ham little tate of sugar mmmm wats urs.
     
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    Lin came up with a belter last week whilst away in the van. Dead easy, buy a couple of 1 litre quality soups such as Leek and Potato & add a fish Pie mix to it ( the small cut pieces of Fish sold in a tray & cling filmed over) just heat it gradually to ensure the fish is cooked & hey presto a fish stew served up with crusty bread - healthy & very tasty. :thumb:
     
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    Indian take away :thumb:
     
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    My hot n spicy " cheats chili" :thumb:
     
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    Crusty bread sounds great:thumb: ... not sure about fish stew but thanks for recipe anyway :Smile: Deckards chilli sounds more to my taste but no recipe:Sad:
     
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    home made chilli,side order of pitta bread,natcho's and a bottle of red...good times:BigGrin::BigGrin::BigGrin:
     
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    Scouse,preferably made the day before,with crusty bread and red cabbage or beetroot.
     
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    Fish and chips when at the coast.:thumb:

    Failing that if I can find a whole fresh crab, then just sit and pick it over with and enjoy it with fresh bread and butter and a very nice glass of white.:thumb:
     
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    Is this real food Bigfoot or has this soft southerner missed a joke?
     
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    Mmmmmm, my favourite also:Smile:
     
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    We always had a tradition of smoked salmon and scrambled eggs with mushrooms as our first breakfast away on each trip:thumb:
     
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