• Post Your Food
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Yea post pictures of your food (not yourself!) and receive c&c, tips etc. how to: [quote] make food take picture upload post it here[/quote] here's some roast beef I made on new year's eve: [img]http://i.imgur.com/57Wj1.jpg[/img] my first attempt making a pizza (with bbq tomato sauce), last week: the dip is just some chili-créme fraiche that I put on. had to cut those ugly and dry edges away. [img]http://i.imgur.com/oWrGy.jpg[/img]
Roast beef looks good, but the pizza not so much
Roast beef looks fantastic, as does the pizza. I like when pizzas are kinda sloppy looking (no offense intended!) it means theres lots of cheese which is always a bonus.
Mine posts would mainly consist of Weetabix so. But heres some pancakes I made at like 11 last night for the pancake thread. [IMG_thumb]http://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x282/icemaz/DSC_7675.jpg[/IMG_thumb]
Un gelato pizza pepperoni Grandiosa cotta in un forno per circa tredici minuti. Servito con una lattina della bevanda più deliziosa: Dr Pepper. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/BXciY.jpg[/IMG]
i like spinach! baby spinach mostly, milder than it's older relative. i like it with pasta. it's extra good with creamy sauces but i'm trying to cut them out of my diet a bit, so nowadays i have it with a pesto/garlic butter deal. i love how you start out with so much of it and end up with so little. this was just with green pesto, garlic and crushed cashews. and brown pasta, yum! [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/spinach.jpg[/img] tried to make some crispy seaweed! turns out i underestimated the amount of leaves i'd need (pak choi), but i'd say for a first attempt it came out pretty damned tasty! just quickly fried in groundnut oil, then put onto some kitchen foil to drain quickly, then tossed around with some sugar and salted cashews. oh, and some duck meat i had in the freezer too! yum. [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/criapy.jpg[/img] and i made these cat biscuits quite a while ago, they kept breaking though :c [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cat_biscuits.jpg[/img] and this is toad in the hole [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/toadinthehole.jpg[/img]
[img]http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y266/jasongillan/DSC00028.jpg[/img] Lasagne I made from scratch a few months ago. Making the lasagne sheets took ages... Don't have pictures of much of the food I make, will have to start taking some...
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batter :( [img]http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/9750/images/9750_MEDIUM.jpg[/img] [img]https://secure.tesco.com/todayattesco/images/cookbook/archive/Toad-in-the-hole.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/5822/images/5822_MEDIUM.jpg[/img] one of the great British homefoods! :( [editline]25th February 2011[/editline] i pretty much just have spinach with pasta dishes, just add it right at the end when you're about to take it off the heat and it'll soon shrink down. don't try to cook it, or it'll be gross.
Imagine a yorkshire pudding but cooked with sausages inside it. Far better than you can imagine. They are amazing when you wrap the sausages with bacon before you put them in.
[QUOTE=kevlar jens;28275501]Un gelato pizza pepperoni Grandiosa cotta in un forno per circa tredici minuti. Servito con una lattina della bevanda più deliziosa: Dr Pepper. [img_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/BXciY.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] Lovely
[QUOTE=kevlar jens;28275501]Un gelato pizza pepperoni Grandiosa cotta in un forno per circa tredici minuti. Servito con una lattina della bevanda più deliziosa: Dr Pepper. [img_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/BXciY.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] That's a nice looking pizza, I like to see that italian food is appreciated. Also, do you guys make your own pizza base or buy one?
Mmphhf. We need a delicious rating. Some of this stuff looks amazing. 'Specially the spinach with pasta.
Man, I wish I wasn't at college at the moment. So much I want to cook yet so little that you can really do with a microwave... [QUOTE=Loures;28278132]That's a nice looking pizza, I like to see that italian food is appreciated. Also, do you guys make your own pizza base or buy one?[/QUOTE] If I have the time and patience, I make my own. Usually ends up being more to my liking, though it does add some time to the overall cooktime.
[QUOTE=kevlar jens;28275501]Un gelato pizza pepperoni Grandiosa cotta in un forno per circa tredici minuti. Servito con una lattina della bevanda più deliziosa: Dr Pepper. [img_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/BXciY.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] You bought that from a store :frown:
As seen in the Omelettes Thread... [media]http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/9607/eggfail.jpg[/media] :crying:
[QUOTE=Chaotic Lord;28289262]As seen in the Omelettes Thread... [media]http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/9607/eggfail.jpg[/media] :crying:[/QUOTE] it looks like a mutilated bird if its feathers were still on.
[QUOTE=Autumn;28276922]batter :( [img_thumb]http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/9750/images/9750_MEDIUM.jpg[/img_thumb] [img_thumb]https://secure.tesco.com/todayattesco/images/cookbook/archive/Toad-in-the-hole.jpg[/img_thumb] [img_thumb]http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/5822/images/5822_MEDIUM.jpg[/img_thumb] one of the great British homefoods! :( [editline]25th February 2011[/editline] i pretty much just have spinach with pasta dishes, just add it right at the end when you're about to take it off the heat and it'll soon shrink down. don't try to cook it, or it'll be gross.[/QUOTE] doesn't look that inviting to be honest :). i'm no huge fan of sausages in general
It is much nicer than it looks, ever had Yorkshire Puddings? [img]http://only-cookware.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/yorkshire-pudding-7.JPG[/img]
Nope. [editline]26th February 2011[/editline] i bet it tastes good.
You guys in *insert country* are missing out! Best thing to go with roast beef...
My favourite pizza: [img]https://s-hphotos-ash1.fbcdn.net/180359_1771906228149_1554073698_1730099_2405848_n.jpg[/img] Chili+rice and enchiladas with chicken and stuff with more chili on top. [img]https://s-hphotos-snc6.fbcdn.net/182031_1780422041039_1554073698_1746211_6970484_n.jpg[/img]
sweden. here, have some swedish culture palt: [img]http://josefinhey.blogg.se/images/2010/palt2_119221303.jpg[/img]
Think I have had those before but they were called something different. They are quite nice, have more British culture: [img]http://0.tqn.com/d/britishfood/1/0/5/7/-/-/faggots250.jpg[/img] Faggots in gravy, fucking tasty.
[QUOTE=Pringles.;28282941]You bought that from a store :frown:[/QUOTE] Bingo. The Italian description was a mere attempt to cover up the fact that it's nothing more than a cheap frozen pizza.
I could tell the moment you posted it actually [editline]26th February 2011[/editline] today is hamborger day [img]http://i.imgur.com/JM5PD.jpg[/img] [editline]26th February 2011[/editline] onion rings is a gift from god
[QUOTE=Cuel;28296803]I could tell the moment you posted it actually [editline]26th February 2011[/editline] today is hamborger day [img_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/JM5PD.jpg[/img_thumb] [editline]26th February 2011[/editline] onion rings is a gift from god[/QUOTE] I'd pay for that right now, hungry.
Just started cooking my dinner, so far I have got some chicken thighs and stuffed some brie under the skin with a few spices on top. Not sure what I am having with it, probably some sort of pasta or rice dish.
i just made a little bowl of [b]spaghetti aglio e olio[/b], which is an incredibly simple dish. (i also added prawns and petis pois, but that's just for me) 1. Cook spaghetti in lightly salted water until cooked 2. Whilst spaghetti is cooking crush/chop/mince garlic - how and how much is dependant on you (I like 2 cloves crushed, quite a strong garlic fan) 3. Lightly cook the garlic in about 2 tablespoons of olive oil over a fairly low/medium heat (you do not want to burn the garlic, it ruins everything) 4. Add the cooked spaghetti to the pan with the garlic and oil, add some chilli flakes (again, depends on your taste - I used just under a teaspoon), some milled black pepper and voila! Spaghetti aglio e olio! Some parmesan could also be added! [IMG]http://i54.tinypic.com/zu0bba.jpg[/IMG]
+1 on that Aglio e Olio, what about Cabonara? Isn't it just fried cured meat (bacon, pancetta etc), finished with slightly undercooked pasta, and stirred through with black pepper and an egg/cheese mixture?
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