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    AskCy
    Sun Nov 10, 2013 6:59 am
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    spotted a question that I didn't reply to ..

    how many .. thought our family was big...

    It doesn't happen a lot, but at Christmas time and other meals through the year, we might get any or all of these

    1 daughter + spouse + 4 children
    1 daughter + spouse + 3 children
    1 daughter + child
    1 son + spouse + 2 children
    1 sis in law + 2 children (maybe spouse)
    1 Mother in law..
    1 brother + spouse + children....

    etc....
    AskCy
    Sun Nov 10, 2013 7:00 am
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    yesterday (as its Sausage week in the UK.. according to facebook world)... we had good butchers sausages.. I had pork with mozzarella and sundried tomato icon_smile.gif


    last night I made Chicken Rendang for a few friends and family


    the "recipe" if you fancy it


    and this morning a little breakfast
    Debbwl
    Sun Nov 10, 2013 7:11 am
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    Steve that is a large family as there is only 8 of us total and none of us live less than 45 minutes away from each other.

    I believe you about that sausage it looks wonderful and can almost smell the chicken rendang cooking just from you prep photo mmm mmm.
    AskCy
    Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:16 am
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    we are quite lucky that our family are all fairly close, some within walking distance icon_smile.gif

    We had most of them here yesterday (also made an extra one for our friends as they work long long hours and often are too tired/late to cook when they get back)



    Steve
    AskCy
    Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:01 am
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    this mornings BLT with extra Chillee (well it rhymes that way.. lol)

    Zurie
    Mon Nov 11, 2013 1:09 pm
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    Steve, you have more energy than I have right now ... icon_lol.gif

    I totally hate the idea of cooking for a crowd!! Okay, we've had some issues with the health of my husband in the last 4/5 months, BUT, but ... I've had my time of cooking for a crowd here, when my son was at university! And used to descend on us, 6 - 12 huge guys at a time! Mannn, can I tell tales of those days! icon_eek.gif Oh me, oh my ... icon_eek.gif

    I am so happy he's married, with 2 kids of his own, and much as we totally adore them all, they are too far away to drop in for meals!!

    (I think in my case it is simply old age catching up with me!)

    Your food looks amazing, wonderful, generous, as always! icon_lol.gif
    Debbwl
    Mon Nov 11, 2013 7:34 pm
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    Oooo I am up for lasagna wonder how fast I can get a flight to England?
    AskCy
    Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:32 pm
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    ok on with the show......


    leftover lasagne the day after for lunch


    now this was a thing of genius if I do say so myself..... I
    Black peas, I've had them in the past just in a cup with pepper and vinegar on, while walking around an open market. They are very similar to dried marrowfat peas..... and you make pea and ham soup from marrowfat peas... so I merged the ideas... made the black peas with a smoked gammon joint in it... then took it out and sliced it ...


    at the same time I was having the black peas my other half decided to re-live one of her childhood memories and have chips and gravy !


    next day I had the peas and ham in my baitbox icon_smile.gif


    came home to a roast chicken dinner


    next days bait, using up the ham (from the peas) and the chicken (from the roast dinner) added to bulgar wheat (with tomatos, celery, spices, stock etc)


    got home and went a little off the wall.. made liver rendang (curry) ! (I love liver, I love curry... so I thought lets give it a go.. and liked it)


    for my breakfast/brunch today.. A discovery I made on the previous curry night with my brother... His daughter rang and asked if she could call up after work.. no problem we've plenty.. she arrived but was starving (hadn't eaten all day) and the curry wasn't ready...so I opened the freezer and spotted some shop bought "cumberland" sausage rolls.. stuck them in the oven... now the mango chutney was out for the curry.. a dip and ... woah what a great combo !...


    started on tomorrows bait... cooked some Spanish spiced sausages thinking I'd put them in pasta or some such.. then thought about sausage rolls, pulled out some shop bought pre-made puff pastry... and tomorrows bait was born.


    and finally.. tonights tea .. chorizo and veg with a rich tomato and pepper sauce with pasta and cheese...


    Steve
    Debbwl
    Thu Nov 14, 2013 6:56 pm
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    Steve think the left over lasagna has more appeal to me than it did the first go around.

    Good shot of the gravy it is hard to shot steaming items and not get blur.

    I would eat your frozen rolls with chutney, they look mm mm good.

    Good idea putting sausages in puff pastry would be a nice change from the biscuit/crescent rolls we see at a lot of pot lucks and parties.
    AskCy
    Tue Nov 19, 2013 4:33 pm
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    you might be able to tell the day are getting colder.. the big ol winter bear is making his demands on my eating habits.. lol

    baitbox.. using butchers sausage (spicy Spanish pork) to make sausage rolls...


    after a long day at work, then straight out to do the weekly shop, we both just wanted something quick and EASY... so got some meat for a butty.. a pie.. scotch egg.. and as I was putting it on the plate, thought it looked a bit like a plougmans lunch so added cheese and some fig chutney....


    next morning.. cheese and sweet (mild) chili sauce on a naan for breakfast


    decided to have a Saturday with the family (rather than a Sunday roast) thought hotdogs and onions would be easy.. then changed my mind and made a lamb chilli to go with it... steamed onions.. cheese .. sauces etc.

    one of the grandchildren doesn't like hotdogs so I made a chicken souvlaki for her

    the chilli ready to go (note no beans, just meat, onions and peppers)

    and served up with everything on...(the nearest is mine with a blue cheese sauce and garlic.. and mild sweet chili sauces)

    closer

    the chicken for one of them


    Later on some of the grandchildren were hungry again (hollow legs?).. so out of left over finger rolls, some pizza sauce I'd made earlier in the week, leftover steamed onions, some fresh onion, the grated cheese etc.. they/we made pizzas !


    and 3 of them wanted to stop over... and in the morning needed big breakfast...

    and I would have put beans on, but didn't have any... they would all eat spaghetti (the tinned in tomato stuff).. but didn't have any.. so I improvised...

    and I made myself (out of the same ingredients without the spaghetti)
    a stack of breakfast


    later on I made a roast chicken dinner just for the two of us... steamed carrots, cabbage, brussels, roasted red onion and courgette, boiled new potatoes and Yorkshire pudding..


    leftover Sunday roast for my baitbox


    and after another long day at work.... Gammon, Egg, Chips and beans (with that mild sweet chilli sauce on, just to be different)


    todays bait some small french toasts with mackerel (in a curry sauce) and a cuppa soup..(couldn't be bothered last night, was tired)


    came home and it was a mix and match, some bratwurst in the fridge, some chips from the freezer, leftover gravy from the roast... erm a garlic bread.. green beans.....

    and put more blue cheese sauce on... actually really enjoyed this
    Zurie
    Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:13 am
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    Geeeeeez, Steve!!! What a food show you've put up here!! Some excellent photos -- you're a pro in the kitchen and with a camera!!

    Amazing what you manage to conjure up. Your wife is so lucky! icon_lol.gif
    BOSMECH
    Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:16 am
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    Thanks Steve
    Once again you are just killing me with all that good looking food.
    mama smurf
    Thu Nov 21, 2013 4:49 pm
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    My Oh My...I just found this topic and I wish I was there. The pictures are wonderful and the food looks delicious!!!! Your family is very lucky to have you and to have you cook for them. If you ever need an addition to your family or taster I'll volunteer. icon_lol.gif
    Debbwl
    Fri Nov 22, 2013 8:45 am
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    Steve everything looks wonderful.....
    AskCy
    Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:02 pm
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    lol, thanks everyone icon_smile.gif


    and some more

    bratwurst butty for lunch


    pork and pasta for tea


    came home and only minced beef in.. fancied something a bit "exotic" so made Chinese 5 spiced meatballs and added curry sauce with some frozen bits n bobs


    using leftovers for lunch


    little snack (can you tell its getting cold and Christmas is coming ?)


    couldn't resist this ribeye

    I cooked mine a little


    breakfast.. cheesy crumpets with bacon and egg cups (put in a shallow muffin tray and cooked to hold the shape)

    stacked them up for more interest


    all the family coming, prep for fried chicken

    chicken in spiced butter milk before flouring and frying

    and lets get them out ...


    cracker attack again


    as my other half has been working Sundays she hasn't had a full fried breakfast... so I made it for our evening meal icon_smile.gif


    using up the fried chicken for the baitbox


    came home to a sausage casserole


    using up some minced beef and made a giant burger for bait


    and tonights pork steak


    icon_smile.gif
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