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Posted 11:56pm on Sat 26 October 2013
DancingRhino
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    Recipe And Food Thread
    I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

    If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

    One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but

    Posted 12:04am on Sun 27 October 2013
    DancingRhino
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      I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

      If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

      One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but



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      I use a hand mixer thing that costs 10 quid, don't need a hundred quid food processor. Just made it earlier this year cause tikka missala from a jar was sour and horrible. I thought it was off but apparently not.
      Posted 12:44am on Sun 27 October 2013
      FantasyMeister
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      I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

      If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

      One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but



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      French Cheese on Toast

      Time until munchies: 8 minutes

      Ingredients

      4 slices of bread
      Butter
      French Mustard
      Cheese
      Black Pepper
      Tabasco Sauce (red, not green!)

      To make

      - Place bread under the grill until one side is toasted.
      - Whilst it's browning slice enough cheese to cover 4 bits of bread to about 4mm thickness (I just cut about 8 thick slices from a block of cheese).
      - Remove half-toasted bread, and on the non-toasted side spread some butter, then a dab of French Mustard, then add the cheese and pop under the grill at a lower heat until cheese starts to bubble evenly.
      - Remove your masterpieces, add Black Pepper and a few splots of Tabasco to each piece, et voila, French Cheese on Toast.
      Posted 12:50am on Sun 27 October 2013
      FantasyMeister
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      I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

      If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

      One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but



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      Coke Smoothie

      Time until munchies: 1 minute

      Ingredients

      Diet Coke
      Vanilla Ice Cream

      To Make

      - Add spoonfuls of Vanilla Icecream to a tall glass until it's full to about one inch from the top with lots of gaps in the icecream.
      - Slowly and carefully pour in the Diet Coke making sure that you get a nice frothy topping about an inch high when you're finished, et voila, Coke Smoothie.
      Posted 12:56am on Sun 27 October 2013
      Woodfella
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      Coke Smoothie

      Time until munchies: 1 minute

      Ingredients

      Diet Coke
      Vanilla Ice Cream

      To Make

      - Add spoonfuls of Vanilla Icecream to a tall glass until it's full to about one inch from the top with lots of gaps in the icecream.
      - Slowly and carefully pour in the Diet Coke making sure that you get a nice frothy topping about an inch high when you're finished, et voila, Coke Smoothie.

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      sounds horrific
      Posted 12:59am on Sun 27 October 2013
      Freekill
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      I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

      If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

      One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but



      » Go to DancingRhino's original post
      Cheesy Spam balls

      Serves:
      depends on amount of spam

      Ingredients:
      -Spam
      -cheese of choice

      Instructions:
      1. Pulverize Spam until you can easily mold it into balls
      2. place a small piece of cheese in the middle of each ball of the Spam.
      3. mold the Spam into a ball with the cheese inside (make sure it is sealed)
      4. throw the balls onto a frying pan and fry the balls until it is brownish (like sightly overdone bacon) on all sides.
      5. serve up at a party or just have them for a snack. Cheesy fat goodness :P.
      Posted 1:08am on Sun 27 October 2013
      FantasyMeister
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      I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

      If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

      One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but



      » Go to DancingRhino's original post
      Eggy Bread

      Time until munchies: 6 minutes

      Ingredients

      2x slices of bread
      2x eggs
      Sugar
      Knob of butter

      To Make

      - Melt a knob of butter in a frying pan
      - Whilst it's melting whisk the two eggs until you have a nice yellow liquid (not frothing)
      - Dip the bread into the egg until both slices are soaked through
      - Throw the bread into the frying pan and cook, turning once, until the egg on both sides is cooked.
      - Remove from pan and place onto a plate, liberally sprinkle with sugar et voila, Eggy Bread.
      Posted 1:16am on Sun 27 October 2013
      FantasyMeister
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      I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

      If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

      One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but



      » Go to DancingRhino's original post
      Square Egg Prisoner

      Time until munchies: 5 minutes

      Ingredients

      1x Egg
      1x Slice of bread
      Some cooking oil/butter

      To Make

      - Heat some cooking oil/butter in a frying pan
      - Whilst it's heating, cut a 3" square hole in the middle of the slice of bread
      - Add the bread to the pan and fry on one side until browned
      - Turn the bread over and crack an egg into the hole, then continue frying until the egg is cooked
      - Remove from pan with a flat spatula and put onto a plate, et voila, Square Egg Prisoner.
      Posted 1:17am on Sun 27 October 2013
      FantasyMeister
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      Cheesy Spam balls

      Serves:
      depends on amount of spam

      Ingredients:
      -Spam
      -cheese of choice

      Instructions:
      1. Pulverize Spam until you can easily mold it into balls
      2. place a small piece of cheese in the middle of each ball of the Spam.
      3. mold the Spam into a ball with the cheese inside (make sure it is sealed)
      4. throw the balls onto a frying pan and fry the balls until it is brownish (like sightly overdone bacon) on all sides.
      5. serve up at a party or just have them for a snack. Cheesy fat goodness :P.

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      I am sooooo buying some Spam next time I'm out, gotta try those!
      Posted 2:23am on Sun 27 October 2013
      DancingRhino
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        I've got like a repertoir of 10 dishes or so.

        If anyone wants to add anything feel free to. Personally I'm not a massive food freak. More than six ingrediants gets on my nerves.

        One recipe i like, ye he's looks like he's on speed but



        » Go to DancingRhino's original post
        Ha, making successful cheese on toast is an event in every man's life. They don't tell you you have to brown one side first, it's pure life experience!
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