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Old 11-19-2013, 01:58 PM   #1
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Globe trotting Tuesday! 11/19/13

At least it was globe trotting for me! I smothered Atlantic salmon fillets with a coating made from Mexican hot smoked chipotle paste, English honey and Greek yoghurt. That went into the oven. Along with it went quartered tomatoes, in Italian EVOO, with slivers of garlic and salt and pepper. I boiled green beans and then added those to the tomatoes for a Mediterranean side, and then finished the globe trotting with a visit to China for the egg noodles, which were buttered and sprinkled with Coriander.

I know, it all sounds a bit of a mess, but actually it tasted lovely! I'm calling this my "Fusion Food Field Day".

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Old 11-19-2013, 02:16 PM   #2
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Looks very tasty Katy. Very nice!

This evening I am grilling New York Strip steaks, grilling asparagus tossed in olive oil and garlic, Vigo yellow rice and garlic bread. Stove top grilling is what i mean.

I was going to have them yesterday, but I got home to late to mess with any cooking.
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Old 11-19-2013, 02:18 PM   #3
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Cuban style chicken and corn casserole.
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Old 11-19-2013, 02:34 PM   #4
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spent most of the day humping boxes& freezin' me nuts off in the foodbank
distribution warehouse.got home knackered & couldn't be arsed cookin'.all i wanted was hot,comfort & beer.simple as!!damn tasty it was too!!
pukka steak pie,baked beans & microwave mash.BEER!!
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spent most of the day humping boxes& freezin' me nuts off in the foodbank
distribution warehouse.got home knackered & couldn't be arsed cookin'.all i wanted was hot,comfort & beer.simple as!!damn tasty it was too!!
pukka steak pie,baked beans & microwave mash.BEER!!
Harry, Pass the Peroni please, my fav. Oh and the dish looks good too.
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spent most of the day humping boxes& freezin' me nuts off in the foodbank
distribution warehouse.got home knackered & couldn't be arsed cookin'.all i wanted was hot,comfort & beer.simple as!!damn tasty it was too!!
pukka steak pie,baked beans & microwave mash.BEER!!
"knackered"

I must know what that means Harry!!!
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"knackered"

I must know what that means Harry!!!
You do know that beer is also a mens medical condition? The name is what I mean. Really. Its true.
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I'll bet that Peroni has a bit more kick to it than what is offered state side. Ahh, sitting at a bar in Amsterdam, drinking draft Heineken.
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Harry, Pass the Peroni please, my fav. Oh and the dish looks good too.
on it's way s&p....nice & cold too!!can't quite see the condensation on the bottles but it's there mate,it's there!!considering it was a "ping & ding" meal it sure did hit the spot!!
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"knackered"
I must know what that means Harry!!!
worn out,hammered,on yer knees tired,f*cked....as in "this old horse ain't no use no more.it's off to the knackers yard for you m'lad"!!
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