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    (Original post by hezzlington)
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    (Original post by Ribenas)
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    It doesn't look appetizing at all on this camera! The colours are showing really pale for some reason.

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    Tasted amazing though. Will be doing something that requires a bit more finesse soon.
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    Damn. Now I want a cow sandwich.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
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    I cannot cook but never the less I will be looking forward to it
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    Do you want any bread with your cow?

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    I like my steak sandwiches much thinner.
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    Subbing. I spend about half of what you do. But looking for ideas
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
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    I like my steak sandwiches much thinner.
    the steaks from the smithdown asda btw, £3!

    Do you mean like a frying steak? literally flash fry it then serve?
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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    Subbing. I spend about half of what you do. But looking for ideas
    I'm was working as well as part time student so I can afford to spend this much, as I have a little bit of money saved up. It also means I have the time to go around shopping and cooking without a set meal plan. When I'm back at university full time I'll be spending much less.

    I'm doing a macro friendly chicken/rice dish tonight so will post that soon.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    I'm was working as well as part time student so I can afford to spend this much, as I have a little bit of money saved up. It also means I have the time to go around shopping and cooking without a set meal plan. When I'm back at university full time I'll be spending much less.

    I'm doing a macro friendly chicken/rice dish tonight so will post that soon.
    I'm 4 years into my 5 year degree. Money is tight yo What you studying?

    The reduced meat section is my go to place
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    the steaks from the smithdown asda btw, £3!

    Do you mean like a frying steak? literally flash fry it then serve?

    Asda has some banging deals. But did you notice they removed the reduced isle in Smithdown? :'(

    Not quite that thin
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    TSR could do with a good food blog, starting to get a bit bored of the food I'm cooking so watching the thread hoping for a few new ideas
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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    I'm 4 years into my 5 year degree. Money is tight yo What you studying?

    The reduced meat section is my go to place
    Geophysics. You a medic I take it?

    Agreed. 500g skinless boneless chicken thighs for £1.83 is my latest bargain.



    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Asda has some banging deals. But did you notice they removed the reduced isle in Smithdown? :'(

    Not quite that thin
    Nah bro it's by the yogurt now.

    The steak looks fat from the angle I took it at, the bread is really thin and the bottom got a bit soggy towards the end.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Geophysics. You a medic I take it?

    Agreed. 500g skinless boneless chicken thighs for £1.83 is my latest bargain.





    Nah bro it's by the yogurt now.

    The steak looks fat from the angle I took it at, the bread is really thin and the bottom got a bit soggy towards the end.

    Considering I basically never buy yoghurt, I never would have known if you hadn't told me. Thanks
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    I'm was working as well as part time student so I can afford to spend this much, as I have a little bit of money saved up. It also means I have the time to go around shopping and cooking without a set meal plan. When I'm back at university full time I'll be spending much less.

    I'm doing a macro friendly chicken/rice dish tonight so will post that soon.
    You should make chicken curry with rice.
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    (Original post by chikane)
    You should make chicken curry with rice.
    Wow, I've literally, about 2 seconds ago finished writing an ingredient list for a chicken curry with rice.

    That is exactly what I am making tonight. (was planning to make Teriyaki chicken but that will have to wait till tomorrow, I'm craving curry)
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Geophysics. You a medic I take it?

    Agreed. 500g skinless boneless chicken thighs for £1.83 is my latest bargain.

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    Vet actually

    I get a lot of turkey breast out of it and a lot of chicken thighs too

    Got a sirloin steak for a couple quid a month or so ago. It was sooo good
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Wow, I've literally, about 2 seconds ago finished writing an ingredient list for a chicken curry with rice.

    That is exactly what I am making tonight. (was planning to make Teriyaki chicken but that will have to wait till tomorrow, I'm craving curry)
    Haha great minds think alike looking forward to seeing it.
 
 
 
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