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By AerBabe
#1164937
TheKentishFledgling wrote:Courgettes stir fried in ginger and chilli. Divine.


Went shopping and bought courgettes and ginger... have home-grown dried chillies from last year. Will report back later!
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By AerBabe
#1164968
Mmm... good tip, TKF. Yummy!
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By Trent772
#1191983
Sunday Heil this week.

Peas and greens recipes.

V G
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By AerBabe
#1193590
Ummm....say again?!
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By AerBabe
#1223698
Yesterday lunchtime I had tempura fish, chunky potato wedges and wasabi peas. ie fish, chips 'n' mushy peas.

It was all fantastic, but I thought the pea idea deserved to be shared here. Basically, frozen peas, heated up, gently crushed and mixed with a small amount of wasabi to give some bite. Delicious!
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By AerBabe
#1226753
I'm not telling you what I cooked last night then. :wink:
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By Paul_Sengupta
#1226781
Lightly baked haricots in a rich tomato jus, served on a bed of pain grillé?
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By Keef
#1226831
That was my speciality in my student days, Paul.
Pain grillé on an upturned electric fire, haricots cooked en boite in the electric kettle.
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By AerBabe
#1226835
Err, actually I did proper posh. :oops:
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By AerBabe
#1227218
Where is that webcam you have set up in my kitchen? :scratch:
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By AerBabe
#1227562
Wild rice and garlic butter king prawns to start;
Ultra-thin sliced chicken cooked in orange and whiskey, with butter and toasted flaked almonds; (the trick for the chicken is to semi-freeze it before slicing)
Nectarines poached in rose syrup, with creme fraiche for dessert.
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By AerBabe
#1227567
Hmm...interesting question...do we eat any carnivores? Can't think of any right now! :scratch:

(Excluding eating dogs in some countries.)