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  • How did I fail to notice this thread in over two years?!

  • ^ Rhetorical. No one needs to answer this.

  • How did I fail to notice this thread in over two years?!
    Well... I'd say that it had something to with the fact...

    ^ Rhetorical. No one needs to answer this.
    oh.

  • How did I fail to notice this thread in over two years?!

    You don't have a garden fence across which you can swap recipes?

  • ^ Rhetorical. No one needs to answer this.

    I still made my post a receptacle for an answer.

  • You don't have a garden fence across which you can swap recipes?

    Yes, but I wouldn't want any recipes my neighbours had to offer.

    ^ Mega food snob.

  • Some caribbean recipes for variety

    Stewed Chicken recpie. Simple and beautiful to make.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2sk9RKEg­Ss&list=PLC7AA136C4A4B2E61&index=2&featu­re=plpp_video"]How
    &index=2&feature=plpp_video"]How
    to Make Caribbean Stew Chicken. - YouTube[/ame]

    Vegetarian fried rice.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsuFmw9s5­w4&list=PL3C3866AD8841CAC7&index=3&featu­re=plpp_video"]How
    &index=3&feature=plpp_video"]How
    To Make Vegetable Fried Rice. - YouTube[/ame]

    Potato Salad.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WuXpRVJC­iU&list=PLCB4847EFE2198E8B&index=5&featu­re=plpp_video"]Potato
    &index=5&feature=plpp_video"]Potato
    Salad Recipe. - YouTube[/ame]

  • Cooking lunch for 12 on Sunday.
    Don't want to do a roast. Don't want to do a big pan of mince.

    Any ideas...?

    I was thinking maybe homemade pizzas and salady bits.

    Any other options?

  • Massive paella

  • Settled on a big tray of chilli garlic sardines.
    Savoury baklava.
    Couple of salads.

  • Massive paella

    For some reason this sounds like a term of abuse.

    You bloody massive paella.

  • Savoury baklava.

    Erm Spanikopita?

  • I made a carbonara last night and it was super tasty (humble brag)

    500g pasta
    130g diced pancetta
    4 eggs
    90g parmasan
    Oil
    Butter
    Salt
    Pepper

    Boil a large pan of water and cook the pasta.
    In a frypan, put butter and oil (about 3tbsp of each) heat and add the pancetta, cook until crispy (about 5mins or so) turn off the heat
    Grate the cheese, beat the eggs, add about half the cheese to the eggs and add salt/ pepper.

    Once the pasta is cooked, drain it and put back in the same pan, pour the oily buttery pancetta in with the pasta, mix it a little, then pour the egg mix in, stir it up for maybe 30seconds, the heat from the pasta will cook the eggs enough.
    Add the rest of the cheese to the top and eat.

    Made enough for 2 dinners and 3 lunches.

  • I'm not going to get all carbonara purist (I mean - guanciale & pecorino romano aren't as easy to come by, and you didn't add anything like garlic or peas), but why add any extra fat, when even pancetta is almost 50% fat?

    Anyway. I love a good carbonara. Such a good return on such little effort.

  • Pecorino was the intention, but Tesco failed me.

    Next go will maybe include edamame and possibly some fresh chilli

  • You animal

  • What the fuck do Italians know about cooking anyway?

  • What the fuck do Italians know about cooking anyway?


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