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Got four loin chops at aldi. £1.79. Four baked tatties £. 59. Salad £. 55. Apple sauce, English and wholegrain mustard 3 x 0.39

 

Put tatties in

Prepared salad. 

Cut up pork

Put fat in saucepan until crispy. 

Fried rest of pork with garlic. 

Three tea spoons each of sauce and mustard. 

 

 

Unbelievable 

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PortyJambo

Our favourite pasta recipe, have it frequently and it's dead easy

 

Put some penne pasta onto boil

Chop some streaky bacon into smaller pieces, dry fry it (a wok is easiest for this recipe) until browning.

Throw in a chopped chilli and crushed garlic, as well as tablespoon of olive oil and fry some more

Once the bacon is browned and a little crispy, take off the heat

Add another 3 tablespoons of olive oil and the juice of 1 lemon and mix it together (it doesn't look great at this time, but bear with it)

Drain the cooked pasta and add to the pan and toss with the bacon mixture

Add a handful of chopped parsley and a handful of grated parmesan and mix

Serve with some extra parmesan grated over

 

The lemony, spicy taste is great and, well, bacon just makes anything better.

 

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Der Kaiser

Having Pork chops? 

 

Brine them first. Trust me.....you'll never not brine them again.

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LeftBack
Just now, Der Kaiser said:

Having Pork chops? 

 

Brine them first. Trust me.....you'll never not brine them again.

Not chops but when i have... Grill them.. Cover in mustard. And cheeses. Grill again. You are welcome 

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John mcCartney

pork,mustard n cheese together ?????

thats fecking sick that is btw

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TheBigO

Made bacon, salt beef and pastrami a couple of weeks back just in time for the apocalypse. We're in a self isolation meat heaven. Baking enough bread to keep up with demand is the tricky bit!

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Morgan
9 minutes ago, TheBigO said:

Made bacon, salt beef and pastrami a couple of weeks back just in time for the apocalypse. We're in a self isolation meat heaven. Baking enough bread to keep up with demand is the tricky bit!

Feckin shocked to encounter your good self on a food thread, like.

 

:) 

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LeftBack
Just now, John mcCartney said:

pork,mustard n cheese together ?????

thats fecking sick that is btw

The cheese is grilled on top. Beautiful 

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1971fozzy

Made a chilli tonight after finally getting mince. Bloody lovely.

tomorrow is Krafts Cheesy pasta.  Always loved that 

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TheBigO
10 hours ago, Morgan said:

Feckin shocked to encounter your good self on a food thread, like.

 

:) 

Or you, chubby!

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TheBigO

Got the essentials sorted yesterday. Bevvy, coffee and flour all on the way in vulgar quantities. I may not strangle the kids after all!!

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TheBigO

Oh with that in mind, shout out to Great Grog, Espresso Services Glasgow and Mungoswells Mill.

 

Check them out if you can. All working hard to keep going.

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Lovecraft
13 hours ago, LeftBack said:

The cheese is grilled on top. Beautiful 

 Stilton grilled on top of pork is amazing.   And I'm not a big fan of Stilton.

 

 

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Morgan
4 hours ago, TheBigO said:

Or you, chubby!

How very dare you respond to my wife’s JKB account.  :vangry:

 

:wink: 

 

 

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milky_26
6 hours ago, Morgan said:

How very dare you respond to my wife’s sisters JKB account.  :vangry:

 

:wink: 

 

 

ftfy

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PTBCAL
Posted (edited)

I made C19 chocolate cake 

 

No butter, milk or eggs . Surprisingly tasty tbh 

 

Im making rice and bean enchiladas tonight - Cajun style 

Edited by PTBCAL

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argyjambo

I'm making a paella tonight, start at five, listening to Stuart & Tam on the radio, glass of red in hand. Get the Mrs out of the kitchen, and out of my way. I really feel relaxed when I'm cooking, but that just might be down to the wine.

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Auld Reekin'
On 25/03/2020 at 19:05, Der Kaiser said:

Having Pork chops? 

 

Brine them first. Trust me.....you'll never not brine them again.

 

OK - how much salt per volume of water, and for how long? Do you put in any pickling-spices (peppercorns, dried chilli, mustard / fennel / coriander seeds, etc.)?

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Der Kaiser
Posted (edited)

Two heaped tablespoons of rock salt.

1 and a half mugs boiling water.

When most of the salt is dissolved add 1 and a half mugs cold water.

Soak the chops for a good few hours.

Edited by Der Kaiser

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Auld Reekin'
4 minutes ago, Der Kaiser said:

Two heaped tablespoons of rock salt.

1 and a half mugs boiling water.

When most of the salt is dissolved add 1 and a half mugs cold water.

Soak the chops for a good few hours.

 

Good man - thanks, I'll try that. Unless it's organic and free-range (and therefore expensive), I find that pork* can often be pretty bland, so if this gives it a good bit more flavour then it'll definitely be worth doing. 

 

 

(*Wild boar, however...   :sweeet: )

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Cade

Brined bacon chops are the shizz.

 

 

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graygo

I'm no cook but I made a chilli in the slow cooker using diced beef and it was bloody gorgeous.

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Cade
Posted (edited)

Raking through the cupboards resulted in a find of some cans of guinness that I must have gotten in for a guest. 

Might try to get hold of some cheap brisket or oxtail or other stewing beef and some cheap stewing veg and whack it all in the slow cooker.

Edited by Cade

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