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2 hours ago, NSWP said:

I do all the cooking at my place as I am a frustrated Chef and Keens Curry powder is what I use, I think it is a better product than 'Clive of India Curry powder. I always throw in a tablespoon of Paprika as well. 

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I like Herbies Medium Curry Powder (Madras style). There is also a mild version. https://www.herbies.com.au/shop/herbs-and-spices/sugar-free-blends/curry-powder-medium-madras-50g/

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Touching 40 here at the moment.Balti chicken with homemade onion barjis last night.Mad dogs and Poms,lol.

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4 hours ago, Russell21 said:

Depends on the region, or Nonna's individual choice, my lot favour 50/50 pork and veal. Real pork not the stuff squeezes out of a sausage. Then again when I tell people the Spag Bol starts out with Onion, Carrot, and Celery they think I'm weird.

True,there are variations.Don't see spag bol on menus here very often.We use our sauce for chilli con carne,just add chilli mix.

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11 minutes ago, brian1 said:

Touching 40 here at the moment.Balti chicken with homemade onion barjis last night.Mad dogs and Poms,lol.

Sounds good, the food not the temps.

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39 minutes ago, OzKiwiJJ said:

Hak brand which is really good. I stocked up last week.

Got the red cabbage. And lots of the dutch biscuits and such.

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4 hours ago, MicCanberra said:

Got the red cabbage. And lots of the dutch biscuits and such.

Good one! I avoided the bikkies.🤣

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24 minutes ago, OzKiwiJJ said:

Good one! I avoided the bikkies.🤣

We have already finished a couple of the different types..

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19 hours ago, brian1 said:

Touching 40 here at the moment.Balti chicken with homemade onion barjis last night.Mad dogs and Poms,lol.

Couple of ice cold Peroni or perhaps even a couple of pints of 'wife beater' (Stella Artois) to wash it down in the heat.  The Brits call Stella Artois 'wife beater' as it is stronger than their usual real ale.

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3 hours ago, MicCanberra said:

Not as strong as many of the Belgian brews

Stella and 1664 are my tipple in the UK.Peroni and Moretti here.

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I can recommend the egg and bacon pies from the new Blacksmiths bakery on the Pacific Highway just over the bridge from Swansea. I had one for lunch yesterday - yummo.

"Real men don't eat quiche"

 

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7 minutes ago, lyndarra said:

I can recommend the egg and bacon pies from the new Blacksmiths bakery on the Pacific Highway just over the bridge from Swansea. I had one for lunch yesterday - yummo.

"Real men don't eat quiche"

 

Thanks I’m a real man so don’t eat quiche but love me egg and bacon pie

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3 hours ago, GUT2407 said:

Thanks I’m a real man so don’t eat quiche but love me egg and bacon pie

So just close your eyes Mr Gut and imagine that the quiche is egg and bacon pie, for that is what it is, with a little cheese in the mix.  

 

As the old saying goes....'Real men don't eat quiche.'  (But they do eat egg and bacon pie !!) 😄

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4 hours ago, lyndarra said:

I can recommend the egg and bacon pies from the new Blacksmiths bakery on the Pacific Highway just over the bridge from Swansea. I had one for lunch yesterday - yummo.

"Real men don't eat quiche"

 

BTW they are not little thin flans, they are nice big thick pies with filo pastry. About the same diameter as a meat pie but even thicker.

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5 minutes ago, lyndarra said:

BTW they are not little thin flans, they are nice big thick pies with filo pastry. About the same diameter as a meat pie but even thicker.

You are torturing me !!!!😭

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2 minutes ago, NSWP said:

You are torturing me !!!!😭

Next time I'm down that way (about 4 minutes away) I'm going to buy a few and pop them in the freezer for 'Ron.

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Next time I’m out that way I will try one.

 

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Best bacon and egg pie I ever tried was at Lismore, basically eggs Benedict in a pie, very nice indeed

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I tried making egg and bacon pies once but I did not use the yolks......not great but ....they were all white 🍳🥓

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12 minutes ago, gbenjo said:

I tried making egg and bacon pies once but I did not use the yolks......not great but ....they were all white 🍳🥓

What a sick yolk that was.

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8 minutes ago, GUT2407 said:

What a sick yolk that was.

I would have felt SHELLfish if I did not share it though.   

I cannot believe there have been  86 pages  on this topic and this is my first contribution😱😱

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4 minutes ago, gbenjo said:

I would have felt SHELLfish if I did not share it though.   

I cannot believe there have been  86 pages  on this topic and this is my first contribution😱😱

 

Finally come out of your shell.

 

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8 minutes ago, Docker123 said:

 

Finally come out of your shell.

 

Only to "crack" a joke

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