What did you eat today?

1875

Admin
Been looking through the threads to find the old one on what you had for your tea, with no luck. In the time of eating better, the month of diets and better eating, I thought it time for a thread on your home made scrannage.

I will start, tonight I made linguine with crayfish tails, pancetta and stuffed green olives in a tomato and chilli ragu sauce. It was lovely, spicy to the dripping nose levels although I felt my sauce could have been thicker. I did dook a healer off the half loaf in the sauce to compensate.

Washed down with a glass/ bottle of 19 Crimes, made famous on here by a couple of fellow red slurpers from Stirlingshire and Livingston, and this one in particular bought for me by Sir Shrink for services rendered.
:5:

A real grower on you, hints of blackberry, dangleberry and chilli induced snotters.
 
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HaarlemShuffler

Coffee Shop Radge
Bounce Radge
Last of my 4-day chicken curry with onions, garlic, honey, ginger, carrot (it is winter), peas, leek and var soup veggies. But mainly powered by my secret garamasala mix which has been known to fight off mid-sized armies.

And creme fraiche to thicken and 'humanise'.

Zalig, as they say in Dutch.

Washed doon wi' Stoney Creek Shiraz-Grenache-Petit Verdot. And bottled just a couple of months before the current bushfires.

Tomorrow I slum it...
 

hibbybilly

radge grandad radge
Bounce Radge
Breakfast was Toast and Corn Flakes. Lunch was Ham roast, left fae yesterday, sannie. Snack at 3 was coffee and chocolate Gateau. Tea was steak pie, roast Tattie’s and green beans. Diet starts Monday. Nae bevvy am off tae work.
 

hibbybilly

radge grandad radge
Bounce Radge
Last of my 4-day chicken curry with onions, garlic, honey, ginger, carrot (it is winter), peas, leek and var soup veggies. But mainly powered by my secret garamasala mix which has been known to fight off mid-sized armies.

And creme fraiche to thicken and 'humanise'.

Zalig, as they say in Dutch.

Washed doon wi' Stoney Creek Shiraz-Grenache-Petit Verdot. And bottled just a couple of months before the current bushfires.

Tomorrow I slum it...
Var soup veggies? Dinnae tell me, there’s now nae soup?:grinning-smiley-045:
 

tricky

Bounce Radge
Steak pie , tatties, peas, carrots etc at my mums tonight for about 10 of us with various add ons for the bairns, did most of the cooking myself, couple of IPAs to wash it down
 

Jack

Bounce Radge
I made bacon and egg rolls for lunch and really couldn't get over what a wonderful food that is. I then had a huge mug of quite sweet tea, proper sugar not sweeteners, to wash it down.

I couldn't decide which I thought what was better? The bacon and egg rolls or the tea.

It was both together.

But I didn't care by that time. I was in a kinda soporific state!
 

southfieldhibby

Bounce Radge
Went to see Jojo Rabbit last night, and prior to that was forced by my daughter to go to Pizza Express. Really not a fan of chains in shopping complexes, but their Calabrase pizza ( with added olives) was really very tasty.
 

Hibee Kev

Bounce Radge
Went to see Jojo Rabbit last night, and prior to that was forced by my daughter to go to Pizza Express. Really not a fan of chains in shopping complexes, but their Calabrase pizza ( with added olives) was really very tasty.

Not a fan of chains either, but the Rustica line of pizzas Zizzis do are tremendous ?
 

Smurf

Bounce Radge
A late morning fry up of bacon, square sausage, fried egg, steak sausages, fried tomatoes, fried mushrooms with two buttered rolls and toast.

No lunch.

Evening meal of chicken liver pate, toasted bread, selection of chutney with side salad dressed in a balsamic oil.

Chicken breast kiev with french fries and side salad of rocket, tomatoes, cucumber, peppers and avocado in a honey mustard dressing.

Sticky toffee pudding with Lucas ice cream.

Washed down with two pints of sparkling water with lots of ice and a bottle of the most disgusting red wine I've ever experienced followed by some gins then a Bailey's night cap.
 

1875

Admin
A late morning fry up of bacon, square sausage, fried egg, steak sausages, fried tomatoes, fried mushrooms with two buttered rolls and toast.

No lunch.

Evening meal of chicken liver pate, toasted bread, selection of chutney with side salad dressed in a balsamic oil.

Chicken breast kiev with french fries and side salad of rocket, tomatoes, cucumber, peppers and avocado in a honey mustard dressing.

Sticky toffee pudding with Lucas ice cream.

Washed down with two pints of sparkling water with lots of ice and a bottle of the most disgusting red wine I've ever experienced followed by some gins then a Bailey's night cap.

Ooft, that is a belter of a days eating. What was the bogging wine?
 

Smurf

Bounce Radge
One on the left Mark. It was truly horrendous. And the Mrs agreed. The one on the right I had been getting on offer from Sainsbury's at £9 and really enjoyed. For Xmas they put it up to £12 a bottle but we still bought half a dozen as liked it so much. To our surprise it tastes nothing like the rich complex full blooded version it was previously. How can that happen?
 

1875

Admin
If its the one on the right as you look at it I am astounded, I had two of those over the festive period and enjoyed them? I have never had the Vinyalba one, Argentinian wine can be very ehhh robust.

One on the left Mark. It was truly horrendous. And the Mrs agreed. The one on the right I had been getting on offer from Sainsbury's at £9 and really enjoyed. For Xmas they put it up to £12 a bottle but we still bought half a dozen as liked it so much. To our surprise it tastes nothing like the rich complex full blooded version it was previously. How can that happen?

Just read you reply, than goodness and no idea why the Oz Shiraz tasted so different, I had two, one on Christmas Day another I think Monday past, both were good.

Worth noting the fact the Argentinian wine is a blend, I never enjoy the blended stuff as much.
 

Smurf

Bounce Radge
The Oz Shiraz before Xmas was one of my favourite wines I'd ever had. I was raving about it and although the girlfriend thought I was being OTT buying £12 bottles of wine for Xmas she understood as it was so nice. Opened a bottle on Xmas Eve and it tasted nothing like previous bottles. I assumed It maybe just that bottle. But no all other 5 bottles the same! It was still OK but nothing like the previous bottles we had had.
 

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