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  • ^^ My office used to be around there.. my colleague said the mexican/ polish was a bit odd..the Lebanese places is really good and Misto does simple Italian food, but good and fresh. The pub Ye Grapes does Thai food upstairs

  • Eats Buffalo wings, worries about health?

    I mixed the sauce with melted butter as instructed.

    I was eating 2 packs of them as there wasn't enough meat in one pack.

    have tried it with butter and without, tbh couldn't tell much difference.

  • ^^ My office used to be around there.. my colleague said the mexican/ polish was a bit odd..the Lebanese places is really good and Misto does simple Italian food, but good and fresh. The pub Ye Grapes does Thai food upstairs

    I know what you mean about a bit odd - it's been on my list of things to have a look at for a while. Reviews are very mixed. If it turns out to be shit I see there's a Hawksmoor over near Piccadilly.

    Thanks for the suggestions.

  • Made this the other night: http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/red-qui­noa-salad-with-cauliflower-and-walnuts

    Though Quinoa is becoming an increasingly expensive option

    Chicken in a honey butter reduction (which I need to work on) alongside this recipe and some Halloumi for added gratification.

  • 7/10 for resemblence to cock and balls. missed opportunity on spunking gravy.

  • I'm invited to eat with some Spanish friends tomorrow who have just received a batch of delicious Spanish charcuterie. To give something back I'm going to make a beautiful pan of arroz caldoso alicantino with chicken and maybe some seafood.

  • Will they appreciate Spanish food cooked by a forrin? Just give them some Gouda and chips with mayo.

  • 7/10 for resemblence to cock and balls. missed opportunity on spunking gravy.

    :)

  • If your cocks and balls look like that you should maybe see a doctor.

  • Looks about right, uncircumcised but that is how the kids today do things.

  • Will they appreciate Spanish food cooked by a forrin? Just give them some Gouda and chips with mayo.

    They will appreciate the effort, and I do quite a good one so they'll be in no position to complain.

  • Made this the other night: http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/red-qui­noa-salad-with-cauliflower-and-walnuts

    Though Quinoa is becoming an increasingly expensive option

    How was it? Thinking of making this today

    It was excellent fyi and took about 3 minutes once the quinoa was all cooked.

    upped the lemon zest, juice and cumin but thats all it needed

  • I'm invited to eat with some Spanish friends tomorrow who have just received a batch of delicious Spanish charcuterie. To give something back I'm going to make a beautiful pan of arroz caldoso alicantino with chicken and maybe some seafood.

    Had a quick go at it in the name of practise. Only used chicken filet though. Tonight I will have a whole chicken and some seafood to go in there and ofcourse pieces of lemon on the side. Yet the taste was great! (Needs a bit more liquid to be a real arroz caldoso, will get that right tonight)

  • It was excellent fyi and took about 3 minutes once the quinoa was all cooked.

    upped the lemon zest, juice and cumin but thats all it needed

    Trans-atlantic high five

  • Wagamama Ealing, meh

  • There's a Patty&Bun coming to Liverpool Street. Yay, right?

  • Mrs Hell got a 150 poundzorz restaurant voucher for her birthday from the inlaws. Where should we spunk the lot away, internet?

  • ^ I'll make you a massive Bahn Mi.

  • your a massive Banh Mi.

    /how massive?

    /whats a Banh Mi?

  • Trip to Holland should be massive enough for the sandwich not to make a real difference.

  • Mrs TS and I went to ol' fatithful, O Cantinho, for lunch today... Ate the largest steak I've ever been served in there, we ate before 1pm and I still feel stuffed... Amazing...

    Went to Yum-D in Market Row for lunch yesterday, their beef laksa is divine... Much better than the place Jay Rayner likes around the corner and cheap as chips...

  • Jay Rayner and King Louis the XIV... never seen 'em in the same room together.

  • MD is taking me to Roast in Borough Market for breakfast tomorrow morning. Full Breakfast or Omelette?

  • On the borough market subject there is somewhere that does an amazing looking cheese toasty but I can never find it. Anyone know what it's called?

  • Who saw the car crash on master chef last night. Ouch.

    Related, does anyone know the name of the Indian egg bread roll thing that Rani cooked. I want a recipe.

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