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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Looks incredible. Dat sourdough bread :coma:. Where do you buy it from? We bake ours at home.

    Also rare steak or no steak.
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    I lie. Always choose steak.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Why the hell do you spoil a steak in a sandwich? :lolwut:

    You only put low quality - or cheap - meat in a sandwich, like ham, bacon, chicken, or a quarter pounder.
    Sandwiches are the best kinds of food. Wot r u on.
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    (Original post by Zuki)
    Don't pretend you can cook
    m8 you make tea and post over social media that you cook.
    My rotis are rounder than yo ass. Get outta hereeeee
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    hezzlington


    Fantastic.
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    Hi guys, tonights dish Chicken Tikka Masala is done, check the first post
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    That looks so good!
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    (Original post by IFoundWonderland)
    Looks incredible. Dat sourdough bread :coma:. Where do you buy it from? We bake ours at home.

    Also rare steak or no steak.
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    I lie. Always choose steak.
    I got this in Asda, they don't put it with the other loafs of bread it was a lucky find. It's light and crispy and not as rugged as your typical sourdoughs.

    You make your own sourdough? Mmmmmmm.
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    I've got some dishes planned for the blog in no particular order:

    I'm going to cook up some Caribbean food: Oxtail with butterbeans and rice

    jerk chicken with rice and peas.

    Little bit of Asian food: Chicken Teriyaki with veg served with fragrant jasmine rice.

    Nasi Goreng is an Indonesian dish and it's REALLY hard to make from scratch. It takes a lot of ingredients and planning so I'll do this some point over the weekend.

    Duck with 5spice marinade and spring onion (This one is complicated and very expensive - I've never attempted it so I hope I get it right)

    Comfort food: Homemade sausage rolls.

    I'll make the sausage rolls on Sunday.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    I got this in Asda, they don't put it with the other loafs of bread it was a lucky find. It's light and crispy and not as rugged as your typical sourdoughs.

    You make your own sourdough? Mmmmmmm.
    I dont shop in Asda :innocent:. Sourdough should be light - but only crispy when it's been toasted :yep:

    Well.. My dad bakes it and I eat it.
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    (Original post by IFoundWonderland)
    I dont shop in Asda :innocent:. Sourdough should be light - but only crispy when it's been toasted :yep:

    Well.. My dad bakes it and I eat it.
    Yeah I whacked this one on the george foreman but you can't tell it's crispy it looks white in the picture when it's actually brown. Just like my avatar.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
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    I was full but now I'm hungry again.

    Looking forward to see more

    P.s. Your kitchen is not very clean.
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    (Original post by Impressive)
    I was full but now I'm hungry again.

    Looking forward to see more

    P.s. Your kitchen is not very clean.
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    It's messy, I make a lot of mess when I'm cooking. I spill sauces all over the hobs and just turn the kitchen into a bombsite. The floor needs a mop and everything just needs to be sprayed and wiped.

    Planning a big spring clean soon.
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    Fooood :ahee:
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    It's messy, I make a lot of mess when I'm cooking. I spill sauces all over the hobs and just turn the kitchen into a bombsite. The floor needs a mop and everything just needs to be sprayed and wiped.

    Planning a big spring clean soon.
    The worst part after eating: cleaning.

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    There is a French one too.

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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Fooood :ahee:
    Unfortunately french cuisine is for the culinary elite

    Once I get really good I'll attempt some stuff, but won't be for a while haha
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    The worst part after eating: cleaning.



    There is a French one too.

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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Unfortunately french cuisine is for the culinary elite

    Once I get really good I'll attempt some stuff, but won't be for a while haha
    Hahaha it's okay :3
    I'll be following this threaaaaad :ahee: :five:
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Speaking of yogurt, you lift don't you Sophie?

    Get yourself some Arla Skyr! Low calorie, high protein/low fat Icelandic yogurt. Our asda has just started stocking it and currently doing two for £2 on 450g pots.
    It's on offer in Tescos too. Just done our online shopping and ordered 6.


    Let's dooo this.
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    (Original post by undercxver)
    m8 you make tea and post over social media that you cook.
    My rotis are rounder than yo ass. Get outta hereeeee
    I don't make tea :cry2:

    I've seen your rotis

    They're definitely round








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    (Original post by hezzlington)
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    This is the best thread I've ever seen on TSR.

    I'm that 'indoorsy' type of girl who loves cooking so much! I don't understand how people 'can't find the time' at uni to make good food. It's such a great skill to have! I made oreo cheesecake over the weekend and I'm still so in love :heart:
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    (Original post by jenigma)
    This is the best thread I've ever seen on TSR.

    I'm that 'indoorsy' type of girl who loves cooking so much! I don't understand how people 'can't find the time' at uni to make good food. It's such a great skill to have! I made oreo cheesecake over the weekend and I'm still so in love :heart:
    Did your oreo cheesecake require baking at all? Or was it a no-bake cheesecake?
 
 
 
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