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  1. #61
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    I think we should all take turns cooking and visiting each others houses, you all sound like such good cooks.

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    burned steak, like a charcoal brick
    If you find yourself going through hell; Don't stay. Just keep on going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    burned steak, like a charcoal brick
    ohh the only way to eat steak.. burnt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebec View Post
    I think we should all take turns cooking and visiting each others houses, you all sound like such good cooks.
    Good idea...not sure about Beau's charcoal brick though!

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    Well, tonight on my menu is mud crab, picked up a few beauties on Sunday, and with the better half away, no thinking of what was for dinner...
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    Quote Originally Posted by anomad View Post
    Well, tonight on my menu is mud crab, picked up a few beauties on Sunday, and with the better half away, no thinking of what was for dinner...
    My lord! They're huge! I'll take 4 please!

    I think we're all coming to your place for dinner!

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    Phew...cooked up a storm here...we had EagleBoys Pizza's...cheap Tuesday and all

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    I think we'll have quiche tonight. It's so easy!

    1-2 sheets of puff pastry- one is fine but a thicker crust is yummy
    Green onions (some people call them shallots)
    Tomatoes, de-seeded (otherwise the quiche is too 'wet')
    Bacon or ham (optional)
    Capsicum
    Zucchini (optional)
    2 eggs
    1/2 cup milk
    cheese

    Put the pasty in a quiche dish. Sprinkle in the chopped green onions and other fillings. Beat the eggs and add the milk; pour over the top. Sprinkle with cheese. Bake for one hour at 180C. Done!

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    i had steak with a mushroom and onion gravy, mash ,corn on the cob, pumpkin and asparagus with lemon followed by a chocolate self saucing pudding =)

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    Tonight i cooked a simple, but very yummie dinner.

    I home made roasted chicken loaf, mash spuds, mixed green vegies & chicken gravy.

    I so luv my new food processor, makes mashing spuds so easy

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