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By Paul_Sengupta
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AerBabe wrote:I do have a bottle of Hendricks gin in the cupboard, and some tonic in the fridge. However, I also have a bottle of rather nice Fino sherry open. :think:


New cocktail?

AerBabe wrote:a tub of Vicks


I would offer to come and rub some on your chest, but you might get the wrong idea...
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By Flyin'Dutch'
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Vit C and paracetamol/ibuprofen. Couple of good nights sleep and you should be fine again.
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By AerBabe
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I've been trying that for the last two weeks. Tonight it's chicken soup and lots of booze. :thumright:
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By ray
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I just had a slow cooked pork casserole with lots of garlic and herbs ....and most of a bottle of Claret

So far so good!!
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By AerBabe
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BTW, if anyone would like my basic recipe:

Break up one roast chicken carcass into a large pan, cover with water and simmer for an hour.
Strain through a sieve and pull any remaining meat off the bones, breaking into tiny pieces.
Chop one onion and several cloves of garlic into small pieces, fry until light golden brown in a small amount of olive oil.
Add the strained chicken broth and meat. Simmer for 30 min or so until ready.

If you want the 'Chinese' version, add lemon a teaspoon of fresh ginger, a teaspoon of finely chopped chilli and lemon or lime juice to taste. Add a handful of egg noodles for the last few minutes of cooking.
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By AerBabe
#1239288
Such a generous offer ... I don't know what to say!

Oh yes. Actually, I do.
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By AerBabe
#1239720
Sounds nice... what's the full recipe? :D
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By Ben
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Sorry A.B.
A chicken soup with chilli? Other than that a chicken soup is the easiest soup to make, you put too much effort into it. Come over to Herts. And I will show you how it is done in less than 10min.

Ben
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By AerBabe
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But in my OP I said:

AerBabe wrote:It's not tricky to make


However, I'm always willing to be fed good food. :thumleft:
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By Ben
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ETA is ? How do you know that it is good?
This weekend we have Kuba Hamostia on the menu.

Ben
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By AerBabe
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- ETA ... about 5 minutes before the time you invite me.
- I don't know it will be good, but I'm willing to take the risk.
- WTF is Kuba Hamostia? 'GIYF' did not work for this!
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By Ben
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A.B

You are welcome every weekend, just let me know in advance so I can cook a small sample. We live 10 min. Away from Panshanger so if you fly I can pick you up.

As for Kuba Hamosta it is a Kurdish dish, see the following link. It is the second recipe. http://www.globe-recipes.com/Kurdish-Recipes.php

Ben
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By AerBabe
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Thank you! I'm sure I can find an excuse to head your way in the not too distant future.
Thank you for the recipes. I think next month my Project 12 might be to try a few.