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Old 03-04-2012, 05:06 AM   #1
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What's Cooking Today, Sunday 4th March?

Sorry if I'm ahead of the game folks but I never know where to post because of the time difference and it's already 14.02 here in Moscow, Russia:)

Anyway, what have you got in store for the kitchen table today?

I'm going to attempt my own style of crab cakes with tomato and chilli jam(just a little appetizer and inspired with the bacon jam thread but can't find bacon as of yet)

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Old 03-04-2012, 05:39 AM   #2
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@ Jonny UK: Greek Classic Shrimp Saganaki

Good Morning,

We too, have similar problem ... it is 11.30am here in Madrid and the east coast of the USA, it is 5.30am ...

Today, I am preparing a traditional Greek dish with a Persian rice to pair with it ... and a green salad ... Very simple with crusty bread to dip into the Feta Cheese, tomato concasse with Ouzo ...

Have a nice wkend. Hope that your lady is feeling better.
Margi.
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Old 03-04-2012, 06:07 AM   #3
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I lose track of the time thing too Its still morning here in England.

I love crab cakes! I do a very simple recipe from Delia Smith, and have them with chilli jam. Lovely stuff.

Today, I am making sausage rolls, I dont make them often (usually only at Christmas!) but do you know, I just fancied them today.

Its traditional here to do a "Sunday Roast" but I dont do them every week, I like to chop and change...

Happy Sunday cooking!
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Old 03-04-2012, 06:09 AM   #4
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lunchtime here, too.. short after midday and I planned to have just salad now.
don't know what will be on the table at the end of the day..
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Old 03-04-2012, 06:44 AM   #5
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Good Morning,

We too, have similar problem ... it is 11.30am here in Madrid and the east coast of the USA, it is 5.30am ...

Today, I am preparing a traditional Greek dish with a Persian rice to pair with it ... and a green salad ... Very simple with crusty bread to dip into the Feta Cheese, tomato concasse with Ouzo ...

Have a nice wkend. Hope that your lady is feeling better.
Margi.
Good morning Margi:) Your food always sounds so exotic! I would always be sat at your table:)

My DW is still not very good and being monitored carefully:( I'm trying to keep strong and keep my mind occupied and doing what she would want me to be doing and cooking with passion but very difficult! Thanks for caring.

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I lose track of the time thing too Its still morning here in England.

I love crab cakes! I do a very simple recipe from Delia Smith, and have them with chilli jam. Lovely stuff.

Today, I am making sausage rolls, I dont make them often (usually only at Christmas!) but do you know, I just fancied them today.

Its traditional here to do a "Sunday Roast" but I dont do them every week, I like to chop and change...

Happy Sunday cooking!
Your four hours behind me now GQ and I have to remember that when I call my parents in the morning and wake them up

Oh I love traditional home baked sausage rolls:) Are you using shortcrust pastry or puff pastry? I miss my Sunday roasts and even though I still cook them here they just don't taste the same.

Here is the tomato and chilli jam bubbling away, just need to make a start on the crab cakes now
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Old 03-04-2012, 08:46 AM   #6
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MMm I can almost smell that chilli jam! Good stuff.

I'm making my own puff pastry, I have to make it as I'm coeliac so i can't use the shop bought stuff. I replace normal flour with Doves Farm gluten and wheat free flour and I add xantham gum. I use Debbie & Andrews gluten free sausages.

When I next do a roast, I'll post a pic Jonny, you can have a virtual one !
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Old 03-04-2012, 09:02 AM   #7
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MMm I can almost smell that chilli jam! Good stuff.
Thanks, it don't alf taste good too but need to let it cool whilst I'm making these crab cakes:)

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When I next do a roast, I'll post a pic Jonny, you can have a virtual one !
I'll have to hold you to that one:) Need virtual smells too mind or a very good imagination
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Everything sounds good. It's going to be something with chicken, here. I'm not sure what, though.
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Old 03-04-2012, 09:25 AM   #9
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That's the tomato and chilli jam done, all that's left is the crab cakes
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Chicken enchilladas with homemade salsa verde...
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