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The Kitchen and Drinks Cabinet

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Captain WH Rollins, 21 October 2017.

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    Captain WH Rollins 150+ Star Club Active Member

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    @ItsRalphy - should have created this food and drinks thread long ago.

    Sunday lunch for tomorrow - slow braised beef cheeks in red wine sauce, homemade creamy mash potato, steamed green beans and steamed carrots, fresh baked bread, homemade gravy and something suitable to drink with the meal.

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  2. I will be round with a good bottle of Merlot around 11:30 am :)
     
  3. Oh wow - sounds really good, not sure what we are on tomorrow yet - need to check with our menu planner (MrsRalphy!!). Tonight we had an Indian night and I made a homemade Balti, fab-u-lous, along with a really nice pint (Boddingtons as I am from the north originally!).

    Great thread!
     
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    Homehome Balti.....what a good idea......always enjoyed cooking Indian food.....perhaps next weekend it will be Indian night for us.

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  5. Strongly recommend, it was really good. How was your beef?
     
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    The meal went down beautifully, great care is needed when cooking it, easy to get it so wrong, did not do the washing up.

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  7. We had a busy day today so made a Moussaka and went greek, very nice.
     
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    For a while I thought myself and @ItsRalphy would be the only forum members who would post here, pleased I was wrong. Merlot is a good choice, it is in the middle of the red wine spectrum, goes well with chicken, other light meats and lightly-spiced dark meats.

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    @ItsRalphy - on this very pleasant sunny Wednesday afternoon a garden pub lunch is in order - Melton Mowbray pork pie, mixed green salad, cheese, baked bread and a chilled bottle of apple cider to wash it all down.

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  10. oh wow - I wish!!!
     
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    Sunday lunch for tomorrow - will be a traditional themed Austrian meal

    Wiener Schnitzel (veal cutlets coated in beaten egg, coated in bread crumbs and pan fried), steamed potato salad with Sour Kraut and crisp white wine. Later, for desert, apple strudel (grated cooking apples, lemon zest and juice, sugar, cinnamon and raisins in a baked pastry served with ice cream).

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  12. Very nice - traditional Roast Chicken dinner with all the trimmings here, and a nice bottle of Rose as daughter home from Uni and its her favorite!
     
  13. Yes that definitely brings me back to my childhood and living in Bavaria for 3 years. Yum!
     
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    That is always a good choice and a favorite here with us.

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    Following a very poor morning's plunder, not for the first time or the last time, I will treat myself to a pub lunch this afternoon, lobster and chips, mixed salad with dressing and some grapes in liquid form. The only way to get through the day.

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  16. Never had lobster, but had a fantastic salmon en-croute earlier this week that had a crab mouse on top of the salmon - mmmmmm
     
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    Salmon en-croute with crab mouse is a good choice - next time try the Salmon en-croute with soured cream (double cream, half lemon juice and freshly ground black pepper).

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  18. Cant eat any shell fish :-( allergic big time
     
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    Yes, I have a good friend who is the same and he has to be ever so carefull when he is out and about. It is all too easy to get caught out.

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  20. So sunday lunch this week will actually be on saturday at my daughters wedding. Full roast beef with all the trimmings and oodles of red wine, not sure which one yet if they have a good Malbec then there will be no arguments. So for actual sunday lunch will probably be beans or egg on toast lol
     
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