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Old 10-23-2013, 07:50 PM   #21
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Fried Shrimp Burger / Ebi Katsu Burger
Ooohhh, shrimp burger!

Recipe please? The only place I've gotten really good shrimp burgers is in ND, about the furthest place from the source as you can get!
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Old 10-23-2013, 08:28 PM   #22
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Ooohhh, shrimp burger!

Recipe please? The only place I've gotten really good shrimp burgers is in ND, about the furthest place from the source as you can get!
I will post the recipe tomorrow.
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Old 10-23-2013, 08:30 PM   #23
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I will post the recipe tomorrow.
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Old 10-23-2013, 08:59 PM   #24
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not a bad day today,bright & sunny but a biting wind that went through you like a knife through butter...ah hahhhh oi thinks it be an easterly capt'nany way,whilst we be on a nautical theme shipmates...fish pie.a dish that jumps off the plate & gives you a hug,then pats you on the head & says "there there".served with microwaved peas &(just for you cg!) smoked bacon.no alcohol 'cos i'm just off down the boozer to watch the soccer with me chums.the photo's are from when i cooked it & posted them last year,always turns out the same,so i re used them.time to cast off for the pub...see y'all tomorrow,play nicely!!
This looks very nice!

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Old 10-23-2013, 09:41 PM   #25
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Harry, that fish pie is something I want to make, and those browned, crispy bits of potato on top.....oooooh, my goodness....just lovely.

powerplant, your shrimp burger looks about the best I have ever seen.
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powerplant, your shrimp burger looks about the best I have ever seen.
Thank you!
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Old 10-23-2013, 10:00 PM   #27
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I had a light meal this afternoon because of a big breakfast.
Southwestern-style salad with Marie's chipotle ranch dressing. Love that stuff.
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Old 10-24-2013, 04:55 AM   #28
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Well here on 23/10/13 I did hairy Bikers sticky chicken with quinoa
can't beat a sticky co......can't say that can i!!sounds deelish griddled quorn...is it from their weight loss book?some pretty tasty looking receeps in there if it is!
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Old 10-24-2013, 05:14 AM   #29
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I just finished lunch, two brat sandwiches plus an extra brat. I'm not sure there will be a dinner tonight. The fish pie looks intriguing though... and delicious.
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Looks amazing. Thanks for putting all of this together for us to see. I really like your story boards.


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Harry 's fish pie looks good. The potato topping is what I just recent learned to do with a cottage pie, make little mountains and valleys so the peaks brown nicely in the oven.

We just got back from a late lunch out. I had a fried walleye sandwich, fresh cut fries and cole slaw. DxW had a juicy lucy burger. And DxW brought over a whole apple pie in exchange for some cookies. I win. ( now I have to figure something to bake and put in the pie plate when I return it.)
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Harry, that looks really good.
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This looks very nice!

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Harry, that fish pie is something I want to make, and those browned, crispy bits of potato on top.....oooooh, my goodness....just lovely.

powerplant, your shrimp burger looks about the best I have ever seen.
thanks to all who liked the fish pie!! it's my take on a marco pierre white recipe.he's one of my fav chefs.only differences are that i used monkfish instead of cod.monk is pretty bland but it's a firm fish & takes flavours well,i used gruyere instead of cheddar 'cos i find even very mature cheddar leaves an oily residue in the sauce,i used knorr fish pot stock rather than cubes,i don't like eggs in fish pie & i don't add milk or eggs to the mash 'cos i want lumps & chunks that will brown...apart from that no real changes.!!ohh yeah,i added some green lipped mussels too...y'all know i likes me mussels!!
here's mpw's version
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I had a light meal this afternoon because of a big breakfast.
Southwestern-style salad with Marie's chipotle ranch dressing. Love that stuff.
looks darn tasty cj...great photo too,as always!
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