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16 minutes ago, Dazey said:

Do you have a picture before you dropped it? :P 

:lol:

Are you suggesting an international pizza making challenge? 

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9 hours ago, soon said:

:lol:

Are you suggesting an international pizza making challenge? 

I'd love to but mine tend to look like somebody dropped them and then stood on them while they were on the floor. :lol: 

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3 hours ago, Dazey said:

I'd love to but mine tend to look like somebody dropped them and then stood on them while they were on the floor. :lol: 

Weak sauce! :P Well, I guess my ugly pizza has made me the defacto international pizza making champ!

*Mutters to self about how it wasn't that ugly and Gemma Stafford said it looked great. Plus youd have to be quite the instagram foodie hipster to care what pizza looks like* :lol:

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Cream cheese béchamel, garlic forward with oregano and basil. Atlantic salmon and green peppers. I crushed black pepper over it after pic which really brought it all together.

Didnt get many of the brown bubbles on the crust which I figure is due to the power going out when it was in oven for 5 mins. I had to remove it and then put it back in 2 hours later. Still tastes good.

Also had a hot ham and cheese sandwich on an english muffin.

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1 hour ago, soon said:

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Cream cheese béchamel, garlic forward with oregano and basil. Atlantic salmon and green peppers. I crushed black pepper over it after pic which really brought it all together.

Didnt get many of the brown bubbles on the crust which I figure is due to the power going out when it was in oven for 5 mins. I had to remove it and then put it back in 2 hours later. Still tastes good.

Also had a hot ham and cheese sandwich on an english muffin.

What did it taste like after you cooked it?

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2 minutes ago, spunko12345 said:

What did it taste like after you cooked it?

It tasted epic! Lots of garlic and salmon means I wont be kissed today, but totally worth it! :lol: I think those puff pastry vessels that you can open the top and put stuff in (a la king?) might be a better system for this sauce and toppings though.

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This is a ginger sponge cake, filled with spiced apple and fig jam, topped with chocolate frosting and ginger crunch. 

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This is the best thing I ate all week. It's aptly named Graceland. A cheese toastie with bacon and peanut butter. Worth dying on the toilet for. 

 

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38 minutes ago, Gracii Guns said:

This is the best thing I ate all week. It's aptly named Graceland. A cheese toastie with bacon and peanut butter. Worth dying on the toilet for. 

 

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It looks tasty, but I cant wrap my head around the cheese and peanut butter combo?

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3 minutes ago, soon said:

It looks tasty, but I cant wrap my head around the cheese and peanut butter combo?

I'm no good at describing flavours. It's a thin layer of each filling. Three different flavours of salt. The cheese does overpower the bacon and pb. It's all good. 😊 

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6 hours ago, Gracii Guns said:

I'm no good at describing flavours. It's a thin layer of each filling. Three different flavours of salt. The cheese does overpower the bacon and pb. It's all good.  

Did you create this? Are you pregnant again??

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27 minutes ago, janrichmond said:

Did you create this? Are you pregnant again??

No, it's from a record store/café up my way. 

Definitely not pregnant again. I don't need that excuse to eat experimentally. They named the toastie the sane name as me, what was I going to do?! 

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7 hours ago, Gracii Guns said:

This is the best thing I ate all week. It's aptly named Graceland. A cheese toastie with bacon and peanut butter. Worth dying on the toilet for. 

 

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Elvises one had banana in it too.

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3 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

Elvises one had banana in it too.

That's a sure sign of pregnancy. Trust me, I've been there. 

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1 minute ago, Gracii Guns said:

That's a sure sign of pregnancy. Trust me, I've been there. 

I believe he died during the closest equivalent to childbirth that a male can experience :lol: 

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58 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

I believe he died during the closest equivalent to childbirth that a male can experience :lol: 

I just spent a tenner on a big fuck off tub of posh peanut butter. I’m gonna give this a go. :lol: 

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10 minutes ago, Dazey said:

I just spent a tenner on a big fuck off tub of posh peanut butter. I’m gonna give this a go. :lol: 

The way the Elvis one goes is you mash up a banana, spread one side of your toasted bread with the banana and the other with peanut butter and then fry it.

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It's fine to cook chicken in the oven straight from the freezer right? Bit late now but if It ends up just as cooked as from raw what's the difference?

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1 hour ago, spunko12345 said:

It's fine to cook chicken in the oven straight from the freezer right? Bit late now but if It ends up just as cooked as from raw what's the difference?

I think you may get the shits but you will probably survive...good luck!! 

Spoiler

RIP Spunko. He was alright for a taff 🐑 🐑 🍗 🚽 

 

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42 minutes ago, janrichmond said:

I think you may get the shits but you will probably survive...good luck!! 

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RIP Spunko. He was alright for a taff 🐑 🐑 🍗 🚽 

 

It's ok it's been two hours clear and I'm feeling groovy.

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17 minutes ago, spunko12345 said:

It's ok it's been two hours clear and I'm feeling groovy.

i think it takes 12 to 24 hours for food poisoning ;)💩

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2 hours ago, spunko12345 said:

It's fine to cook chicken in the oven straight from the freezer right? Bit late now but if It ends up just as cooked as from raw what's the difference?

I wouldn't!

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As long as it's cooked through it doesn't matter. Takes longer though so a risk taking it out too soon.

The main danger of undercooked chicken (or any other bird), is getting a Salmonella infection. It doesn't manifest itself immediately (as when you eat spoiled food that contains toxins), but usually takes 10-12 hours before you get the first symptoms.

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13 hours ago, spunko12345 said:

It's fine to cook chicken in the oven straight from the freezer right? Bit late now but if It ends up just as cooked as from raw what's the difference?

Surely the issue would be that it would be rank as the outside would be cooked before the inside is defrosted?

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6 minutes ago, Dazey said:

Surely the issue would be that it would be rank as the outside would be cooked before the inside is defrosted?

You'd have to cook it on a really low heat presumably, to begin with.

I just wouldn't do it. I was always told to thaw chicken thoroughly. 

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