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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 7:27 am 
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Off to make roast chicken fur Sunday supper.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 3:00 am 
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Caputh wrote:
Off to make roast chicken fur Sunday supper.


You can't beat a good roast chicken, Catputh.
I've recently been buying a bird that already has a pork and shallot stuffing up it's, ahem, and has a few rashers of streaky bacon lying over the top.
I add par boiled potatoes to the pan and then baste those along with the bird. I then like to roast red onion, red pepper and courgette (all chopped up) and serve it all with bread sauce, English mustard and home made gravy.
Jeez, I'm licking my lips already and it's only 12 o'clock!

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Caputh wrote:
Off to make roast chicken fur Sunday supper.


You can't beat a good roast chicken, Catputh.
I've recently been buying a bird that already has a pork and shallot stuffing up it's, ahem, and has a few rashers of streaky bacon lying over the top.
I add par boiled potatoes to the pan and then baste those along with the bird. I then like to roast red onion, red pepper and courgette (all chopped up) and serve it all with bread sauce, English mustard and home made gravy.
Jeez, I'm licking my lips already and it's only 12 o'clock!


Great recipe - I'll try it! (my wife always likes it with rice - which I can eat, but I do prefer potatoes.) My recipe is: An olive-oiled, salted and peppered bird is roasted with the innards in the oven pan for 1 and a half hours at 200 degrees celsius. I occasionally pour vegetable stock over it. I fry a few vegetables - carrots, mushrooms, leeks, onions, peppers, garlic. At the end, I pour the liquid from the oven pan onto to the veggies (hear them scream!). Then, I pour the vegetable stuff onto the rice (that I have, true Fanny Cradock manner) prepared earlier.

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Jeez Milt I thought you were eating/drinking Nicole Kidman.....till I hit the link....

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Just made and ate baked Perch (the fish) with tomatoes, capers, parsley, a little oil and courgettes with boiled potatoes. The adults loved it - the kids didn't.

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A little szechuan pork on rice oh baby

who am I kidding, I've had three helpings....


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Heinz spaghetti on toast - come one, that's pretty good for a Friday lunch at work!

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And the other half of a bottle of white that I opened on Friday night and the other half of a bottle or red that I opened on Friday....... :wink:

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Along with Vietnamese Yellow Curry Chicken + rice.

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Is it better than canadian beer?

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Is it better than canadian beer?

Reminds me of Molsons Export Ale.

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MMMMMMMMM molsons, love that , I can only get molsons Golden

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