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Old 10-27-2013, 03:39 PM   #11
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Very nice, Harry. It must be nice to scrounge and come up with that
Are burger presses popular over there. We used to have another Englishman here who used one a lot. Man, you even have a double press. Sweet.
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Old 10-27-2013, 03:46 PM   #12
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Looking good Harry.

Simple Beef Stew and fresh baked "Old Reliable" French Bread at our house tonight.

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story board just for you .40!! far from simple beef stew mate,add a few baby onions & some bacon & you've got boeuf bourguignon...deelish
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Old 10-27-2013, 03:47 PM   #13
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...Are burger presses popular over there. We used to have another Englishman here who used one a lot. Man, you even have a double press. Sweet.
And it even has ribs on it. You can get 'grill marks' in a flat pan!
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Old 10-27-2013, 03:51 PM   #14
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Old 10-27-2013, 03:57 PM   #15
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Very nice, Harry. It must be nice to scrounge and come up with that
Are burger presses popular over there. We used to have another Englishman here who used one a lot. Man, you even have a double press. Sweet.
what? a japanese soldier who doesn't know the war has ended!!

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And it even has ribs on it. You can get 'grill marks' in a flat pan!
correct andy!!
don't think anything is that popular when it comes to "making it yourself" over here.judging by the increasing range & number of "ready meals" available the average brit is getting even more lazy when it comes to food!
the burger press is a really well made,totally non stick,piece of kit originally priced at 5/$7-8....there were loads of them on sale at 1/70cents,but i was the only person buying....sheesh,wish i'd bought a few!!
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Old 10-27-2013, 04:32 PM   #16
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story board just for you .40!! far from simple beef stew mate,add a few baby onions & some bacon & you've got boeuf bourguignon...deelish
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No cooking for me. It's kinda nice to live across the street from the local branch of the Legion so we went out last night to hear some bands and had to go to work this morning with a WEE BIT of a hangover....heading out for something greasy....
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Old 10-27-2013, 04:51 PM   #18
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We were going to have a repeat of yesterday's meal, but I got an offer I couldn't refuse.....a motorcycle ride to "our" Dairy Queen about 17 miles from here.

It's only open from March 1 to October 31 and it's sort of a special place for Glenn and me, so he suggested we take a late ride there for some of their wonderful foot-long hot dogs with chili and an ice cream, I had my motorcycle boots and jacket on before he could say "DQ." So that was/is tonight's supper.
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Vietnamese spicy pork sliders.
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Leftover shrimp burgers and twice-baked taters.
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