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Merged it. This food topic is also one where you can discuss the foods you are currently digesting along with foods you have digested in the past.


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I'm going to buy another yellow mexician papaya today :). Can't wait to digest! So excited!

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Tonight my mom was on a war path to grill chicken, but I've gotten really tired of it as of late since she grills chicken all of the time. I told her that I was coking dinner, and that I would get us something new to eat. I cooked my family "Mexican chicken" with was chicken with fajita seasoning and corn flakes for seasoning and it was stuffed with bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, cheese, and salsa. It was a success.

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Ate a few cupcakes for the first time in years. They were red velvet, topped with really good cream, and they were worth the money spent. Weird thing is that red velvet tastes a lot like chocolate for me.

Red velvet cupcakes are generally made with chocolate in them. ;)


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Tonight I shall treat my family to ye ole fish'n'chips. We will dine luxuriously with fresh potato chips and smoked salmon. Usually white fish such as cod and haddock are used but we prefer the taste smoked salmon gives (or at least I do).


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I'm looking for something to eat that can be taken with me in a cooler and eaten cold. Sandwiches are getting old and I'm not a big fan of salad, and that's about all I know of that's good unheated.


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I'm looking for something to eat that can be taken with me in a cooler and eaten cold. Sandwiches are getting old and I'm not a big fan of salad, and that's about all I know of that's good unheated.

 

Fried chicken.

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Pies, buns.


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Currently tossing up whether to get a Subway or go grab a curry or F&Cs. :smile:

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I'm looking for something to eat that can be taken with me in a cooler and eaten cold. Sandwiches are getting old and I'm not a big fan of salad, and that's about all I know of that's good unheated.

 

It depends what your tastes are like. I personally enjoyed chicken & bacon pasta as a 'cold' dish, but your mileage may vary.

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I had some Gold Fish Crackers, I would of took a picture of them, but I ate them too fast and didn't get a chance too! :( sorry!

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Dammit I love triscuits. Especially the Cracked Pepper & Olive Oil flavored ones.

 

Though, I have been waking up to hearburn on many of the mornings after having eaten them.


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Dammit I love triscuits. Especially the Cracked Pepper & Olive Oil flavored ones.

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Going to be eating baklawa in under 24 hours.



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Looking forward to lunch in a few which will be the other half of yesterday's dinner - oven roasted chicken on Italian with pickles and honey mustard from Subway. Best combo ever. Plus I finally figured out how many carbs are actually in it - 47.

 

Going to make banana cream pudding later today to take to my grandpa with any luck.

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Chicken, lettuce and mayo in a baguette. Best sandwich ever. Which reminds me, i've got a whole chicken in the freezer that i need to roast, anyone got any tried and tested amazing recipes?


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Here's a funny thing, I'm having a birthday barbecue tomorrow with homemade burgers, and my dad suggested getting small cubes of strong red cheddar cheese, wrapping them in a basil leaf, and then poking them into the raw burgers before we cook them tomorrow. Apparently it's a Jamie Oliver recipe. I'm just really curious what they will taste like.

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Ugh. Anyone more experienced out there - help me please!

 

I've tried twice now to make a bechamel sauce to make into other sauces - first alfredo, then cheddar sauce. Each time it came out grainy and glumpy the moment it was off direct heat. I never get that velvet consistency it seems, no matter what I do. I've done my best to match tutorials but I'm not sure where I'm going wrong.

 

I add the butter to my hot pan until it's all melted down, then I add my equal part of flour. I wait until it starts to bubble a little and spread a little more than when the flour first hit the butter (like...one or two minutes?). I figured at that point, the flour was cooked out since that seemed to be the point where people moved on to adding milk. I add my milk in 3 parts like I was shown. 1/3rd, mix til incorporated, try to get all the lumps out, then another and repeat, then the last and repeat. By the second part of milk, it's starting to get that strange consistency, where it's not velvet, but grainy. I usually think I hadn't stirred enough, so I stir more. At the end, the consistency never gets that velvet look to it. It sort of reminds me when chocolate starts to seize a bit, the way that looks, without completely falling apart.

 

I don't know what I'm doing wrong and it's driving me nuts! I'm using like a cup of milk each time on this, and that's like 2 or 3 bowls of cereal worth (which is a lot considering we only buy pints at a time ffs :3).

 

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I'm no expert, but I'd say cook the flour out for a little longer then you figure, then add the 1/3rd of the milk, stir it more than usual, and proceed with the rest.

 

That's just what I think may be the problem, but I'm no expert :?


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When I do bechamel sauce, I don't add the milk in three bits but rather always just a small swig, from the cup under constant stirring, then wait until the mass is all homogenous, then add the next swig and so on.

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I'll have to try these things next. I also wanted to make fudge today, but I found out my candy thermometer was broken when we moved. Bah! Not a good week for me when it comes to cooking.


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Made some brownies the other day. They were delicious, but I used a tray that was too large as I couldn't find our smaller one, so they ended up being very thin. Either way, extremely tasty! :D


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I kind of like thin, slightly crispy brownies. I know that's not what a traditional brownie is like but it's still awesome.


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There weren't that kind of thin. They were thin as in the you can actually snap them thin. :P


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