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  • Fuck me! you must have spent hours pumping the weights!

    I was circuit training twice a week as well. Not quite sure what was going on. Probably the aftermath of giving up smoking.

  • OK, for those who haven't tried it, peanut butter and marmite sandwiches can't be beat.

    I've met a few people outside my immediate family who eat them, and anyone who does is hooked for life.

  • curry laksa

    fried kuey teow (kuala lumpur style).

    anyone recommend a good place in N. London to find these most flavoursome of dishes?

  • lightly seared tuna seasoned with paprika.

    my tetta's cooking- especially warak enab

    eggs- poached.

    and a new favorite.
    tofu.
    and an old favorite.
    steak. rare. done.

  • OK, for those who haven't tried it, peanut butter and marmite sandwiches can't be beat.

    I've met a few people outside my immediate family who eat them, and anyone who does is hooked for life.

    oh yes, half toast two slice of bread, make marmite and peanut butter sandwich and put back into toaster....

    partial to malt loaf/peanut butter sandwich as on bike sustenance

  • apples (sliced) with peanut butter. soooo good.

  • PB, banana and honey.

  • my favorite is cheese and jam on a hot buttered crumpet, top draw.

    Just started to like Marmite, but only the Guinness one! Original still tastes
    grim, didnt think it would be much different, gutted when it runs out!

  • thick good white bread, toasted, with real butter and marmite is another world-beating snack. better than cake.

  • actually i just realised what the best thing ever is. organic 100 % rye bread with a little butter on top and this salted salmon (just fresh salmon salted and put in the fridge for a few hours, its called graavilohi) on top. and then some milk . its fuckin good oh my god gotta buy some of that fish.

  • Char sui all the way.

  • I made some cured salmon a while back, it was delicious. Here's how you do it:

    Put raw salmon fillet (skin on) in a bowl, cover with salt. Put in fridge overnight.
    Take out, wash, put in another bowl, cover with a mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, some sherry, pepper, a bit of sugar and loads of chopped dill. Leave overnight again.

    Then take out of marinade, slice up really thin with a very sharp knife, serve with outcakes.

    Freakin delicious, has the texture of smoked salmon but it's really mild and tasty...

  • I just had rocket and watercress soup, made with said herbs from my garden....was nice.

    Octopus with salt, paprika and olive oil is my favourite thing.

  • I just had 6 macdonalds cheeseburgers. I went to maccy d's and bought 22 cheeseburgers.

  • you gonna hold it down?

  • Marmite spread on searing hot steak is a winner, as is a spoonful in a stir fry

    Also, poppadoms dipped in custard. Trust me.....

  • I just had 6 macdonalds cheeseburgers. I went to maccy d's and bought 22 cheeseburgers.

    as an art project, right?

  • I just had rocket and watercress soup, made with said herbs from my garden....was nice.

    Octopus with salt, paprika and olive oil is my favourite thing.

    This is a very Spanish thing from very near I'm from, you are the first english person I ear say that optopus is his favority thing, It is also mine, I just loved

  • I just loved too.

    Right, back to work!

  • Green Tea and very strong cheese preferably Stilton.
    Red wine and dark chocolate is another personal favourite
    Or you can combine all of the above

  • Well known but for those of you who don't know: add a couple of chunks (1/3 of a tablet) of dark chocolate (high cocoa count = better) to your chilli. Adds depth & intensity and kind of 'smooths' out the flavours. Try it.

    Odd sandwich combos that are actually OK: Philladelphia with raspberry jam - great on a toasted bagel. Philadelphia with tomato ketchup and ham: good on white bread, lightly toasted even better.

    Nicest food ever: really fresh, small, whole sardines marinaded in a bucket with olive oil, lemon & salt BBQed and eaten in the blazing sun = delicious. Can't be replicated further than 3 miles from the coast. Especially desirable after a wet bank holiday Monday.

    (Good thread).

  • ^^^^ Jim, you up for a few laps of RP tonight?

    Fresh Squid, blasted for 30 seconds on the barbie, salt, pepper, lime juice

    Boudin Noir on fresh french baguette

  • ^^^^ Jim, you up for a few laps of RP tonight?
    Yes indeedy. Could go fixed straight from work or geared nearer 19:30.

    What's boudin noir? (And I thought I was a foody).

  • Boudin noir - french version of black pudding but with fennel in it, often served with caramelised apples

    a really good rillette does it for me as well

    -- I'll give you a buzz about RP --

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