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Old 02-05-2014, 05:49 PM
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This is going to be a great thread. Bon appetit.
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Bega cheese, white bread, microwave for 40 seconds, add dead horse, yum
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Old 02-05-2014, 06:16 PM
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I don't have much inclination for fancy cooking these days. I like to be able to sling a good feed together pretty quickly. I often use the BBQ for that reason. Say a pork chop, and have it with a pre-prepared salad from the supermarket. They have some good ones, like Garden Salad and Caesar Salad, all you need is a sauce for the chop and you're away laughing. Their big fruit salads are very good too.

I also like Chinese, like Chow Mein and Fried Rice. Again, easy to do. I'll post a quick recipe later.

A roast is also good but takes time. I like lamb and pork. Not so keen on beef.

It'll be interesting to see what others have to suggest. Dinnertime is a constant PITA for me.
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Old 02-05-2014, 06:29 PM
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I am very much a suck and see cook. I will have a look at what goes well with any meats and combine the herb and spices to suit.

One lot of herbs and spices I like is Aussie Bush Spices. These are very good with pretty much anything to do with meat.

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I'm like Foo. Just chuck it in mix it up and see how it goes. I posted this a while ago....

I ain't to bad on the barby tools or in the kitchen. I tried this one tonight in the home oven and have done it before over the coals whilst camping.

Here goes.....

Enough porterhouse or round steaks per person. At least an inch thick. I had 3 steaks.
Cut steaks down sides to form a pocket.
Shove in there what you want.

I put in sliced onion,tomato,capsicum,cucumber,zucchini,mushroom,c oon cheese slice,garlic paste and seasoned steaks with mint sauce,mixed herbs (mastercraft in a jar) and salt and pepper over the outside before wrapping in foil. You can even fold the sides of the foil up to make a tunnel to chuck an egg in too if you want. I have tried this also. Fill the foil to bursting point if you want. Not all the food has to be inside the steak.

When wrapping in foil leave a bit of an air pocket.
Preheat oven to 220 degrees. Over the coals about 10-15 minutes does it.
Put packages into oven for about 1/2 an hour. Check on it as you go.
When you get it out make sure you have 2 slices of nice fresh bread and butter on the plate to put your feed on and soak up the juice.

Grab knife and fork and whatever other condiment (solid or liquid) takes your fancy.
Sit in comfy chair.
ENJOY. And expect requests for seconds or thirds or fourths.


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Pork belly is almost done.... will post soon!!
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Chip buttie soaked in gravy.....oh, and beer.

Real complicated recipe.


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Recipe? Whats one of those?

I just cook stuff without any recipe. Tonight was Suvalaki Lamb stripps on the BBQ grill.
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Lamb and pork spit roast. Basted with lemon juice for 3 hours. 5 kilo of meat. Four mouths.

I used the aldi special spit roast kit that came out last year. $60

Bung it in pita bread with tabouli cheese tsatiki dip and tomato. Mmmmmm I could do this every night ��
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Wasnt there a thread along the lines of "whats for dinner tonight"??
Including great looking photos

That was a great thread
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The Kentuky recipe is a secret
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Ah yes the famous 11 herbs and spices: Salt, Pepper, MSG and a bunch of other chemical additives that you really don't want to know what you’re eating as long as it tastes good.
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2 of my staple meals, and a side.

The "I'm broke" meal
1x mi goreng packet.
1x egg.

Make mi goreng, fry egg, put in a bowl, eat.

The "I'm not so broke" meal
1x car
1x $10 note (per person)

Drive to Hungry Jack's, buy shyte, eat.

The side
1-24x beers

Open beer, drink beer.
Spilling beer is not recommended.
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Works good with 2 min noodles also.

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I made some curried sausages for tonight dinner.
Sausages.
Potatoes
Carrot
onion
peas
Curry powder
Cornflour
Can of chicken condense soup.
Brown rice (to be cooked later)

I need to go to uncle Dan's now to find a nice wine to accompany it with.
It smells better than what it looks.
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Nowt wrong with that mate. Scoff it down, wipe up with bread and washed down with a nice chilled Riesling.MMMMMMMMMMMMM.

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PS: Anything special to cook brown rice or is it just like cooking the white stuff?
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Nowt wrong with that mate. Scoff it down, wipe up with bread and washed down with a nice chilled Riesling.MMMMMMMMMMMMM.

Cheers.....Lionel.

PS: Anything special to cook brown rice or is it just like cooking the white stuff?
No not really, it just takes a little longer to cook. I just like brown rice better than white stuff.
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Brown takes longer, like about 40mins.

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