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Old 07-18-2012, 02:16 AM   #41
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At a fave restaurant, we had Pescado Rellano: a lovely fish fillet rolled around a mix of fresh shellfish and other crustaceans including shrimp, squid, octopus, baked in foil with various herbs, spices and lots of butter. There was a veg or two, ignored. Lots of garlic bread. Heaven on a plate.
Gee that sounds nice DL
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Old 07-18-2012, 04:11 AM   #42
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We had beef schnitzels with steamed broccoli and cauliflower and some corn on the cob, all covered in a lovely cheese sauce
ok so we've seen your dancing banana k,now some pics of your tucker which does sound gooood.never had beef schnitzels k.any particular cut etc?
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btw, guess what i'm teaching my boy to make next week?

one hand wet, one hand dry. wet, sharp knife.
a pair of 38DD's,you're training him to be a cosmetic surgeon maybe?
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Old 07-18-2012, 04:20 AM   #44
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ok so we've seen your dancing banana k,now some pics of your tucker which does sound gooood.never had beef schnitzels k.any particular cut etc?
Harry, I am not sure what cut of meat the schnitzels are...I will ask my butcher next week
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At a fave restaurant, we had Pescado Rellano: a lovely fish fillet rolled around a mix of fresh shellfish and other crustaceans including shrimp, squid, octopus, baked in foil with various herbs, spices and lots of butter. There was a veg or two, ignored. Lots of garlic bread. Heaven on a plate.
that does sound verrrrrrrrrrrrrrry good dawg.as you know,i loves me fish/seafood.wouldn't mind having a crack at that.any ideas on the herbs/spices used?was the filling "bound" with anything like egg or breadcrumbs?was the filling chopped or whole?who was driving the gettaway car?where were you on the night of the 27th?
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btw, guess what i'm teaching my boy to make next week?

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I have absolutely no idea...I'm stumped!
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I have absolutely no idea...I'm stumped!
yeah,so were the aussies when they played england in the one day test at old trafford on the 10th..hee hee hee.......hang on.....i'm welsh & the wallabies beat us in the last rugger series....doh!!!!
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Old 07-18-2012, 07:14 AM   #48
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last night's dinner:

salad with ginger dressing:



and sushi:



and a salmon skin roll




in my lair, featuring the dewalt: (lol, harry)

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last night's dinner:

salad with ginger dressing:



and sushi:



and a salmon skin roll




in my lair, featuring the dewalt: (lol, harry)

my oh my oh my tom,twice a week? hell man,i'd eat that every day!
but the dewalt? next time you have a screwdriver with your sushi,have it in a glass..!
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that does sound verrrrrrrrrrrrrrry good dawg.as you know,i loves me fish/seafood.wouldn't mind having a crack at that.any ideas on the herbs/spices used?was the filling "bound" with anything like egg or breadcrumbs?was the filling chopped or whole?who was driving the gettaway car?where were you on the night of the 27th?
Harry, the restaurant won't give up the ingredients, but as far as I can tell, there's allspice berries, crushed bay leaf, black pepper. Lots of butter, cream. The filling was just chunks of very fresh seafood, no binder. All rolled up in a very mild white fish fillet, likely grouper. DH drove the getaway car.
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