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Old 07-16-2012, 05:43 AM   #101
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Gravy Queen,

Thank you for your compliment ... Same here ...

Margarita: many Spaniards call me Margarita because they cannot pronounce Margaux ( which they mis.pronounce and call me MAR GAUS ! Horrendous ... ) So, I Spell it MARGOT when in Madrid ...

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Old 07-16-2012, 09:26 AM   #102
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Rattatatat! Your pics are amazeballs. And never ever apologise for the quality from your mobile phone, doesnt matter, I take pics with my phone all the time, great for just catching a quick shot. Your other pics are of professional quality - a pleasure to peruse!!

Horny Mungbean - loving your surf and turf. I do like duck chesticles.
good afternoon your magnificence,you are truly gracious in your favours & bounty(that'd be a ta chook!)
i too enjoy the delights of a plump breast on occasion.....
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Old 07-16-2012, 03:33 PM   #103
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tonights offering/meal was malaysian rendang curry with home made spicy pork balls,potatoes & turmeric rice.took the heat off the dial with the chillies,needed to...it's so bl**dy cold & wet here again...ahh well the curry warmed me up!
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Old 07-16-2012, 04:37 PM   #104
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That looks really yummy Harry. I gotta learn to make proper curries.
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Old 07-17-2012, 05:10 AM   #105
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That looks really yummy Harry. I gotta learn to make proper curries.
thanks tax!they really are easy,one pot wonders.only complicated bit with the rendang is that it is quite a dry curry so you have to watch the reduction.it can go from liquid to bone dry in seconds.i thicken/add flavour to mine with roasted coconut which is simps.just spread some dessicated coconut on an oven tray & roast until it starts to take a bit of colour.
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Old 07-17-2012, 09:30 PM   #106
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thanks tax!they really are easy,one pot wonders.only complicated bit with the rendang is that it is quite a dry curry so you have to watch the reduction.it can go from liquid to bone dry in seconds.i thicken/add flavour to mine with roasted coconut which is simps.just spread some dessicated coconut on an oven tray & roast until it starts to take a bit of colour.
YUM! SOUNDS LOVELY!


here are a few more...

Some assorted flatbread pizzas and what not, offered daily at one of my DC accounts:



Rosemary, dijon leg of lamb, offered as a lunch in the Daily Fare at another(our newest DC account)



Our typical deli board/selection, offered at all but one of the units. People mix and pick what ever they want, typically 8 types of bread on offer, as well as daily specials. . . also, Paninnis.





Gotta have dessert:





These were a little bit bigger than a quarter. . .one bite Tahitian Vanilla, with lemon buttercream.

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Old 07-17-2012, 11:51 PM   #107
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Margi and Tatt...brilliant photos
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Old 07-18-2012, 04:40 AM   #108
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YUM! SOUNDS LOVELY!
here are a few more...

Some assorted flatbread pizzas and what not, offered daily at one of my DC accounts:
cheers tatt,but i couldn't do what you do! outstanding work T!
last nights dinner:pork steak souvlaki,chilli/parsley spaghetti squash & flat green beans baked in tomato/anchovy sauce:
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Old 07-18-2012, 05:05 AM   #109
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Thanks Kylie.
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Old 07-18-2012, 05:06 AM   #110
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Tatt: Divine Desserts

Thanks for posting your divine desserts ... they are gorgeous.

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