what's for tea?

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  1. ColJack

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    I am at a loss as to what to have for my tea tonight..

    any suggestions?
     
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    The same as I am cooking tonight perhaps - home made Thai green curry.
    A Jamie Oliver recipe - lovely :)
     
  4. ColJack

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    well it's official...
    I can't cook rice and I don't like sweet and sour chicken..

    pinapple belongs in fruit coctail and cakes and nothing else..!!!!
     
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    You need to check out Delias website for a method of cooking rice that guarantees success! ;)
     
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    :eek: Egg & home made chips. ;) (peas or beans optional).

    :rolleyes: Cheap,cheerful and gorgeous.

    Glad to hear today went well CJ.

    Ed
     
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    rule 1. buy decent rice, basmati rather than that long grain rubbish from uncle b.

    2. add the rice to cold water (about an inch above the rice is what i put in) and stir slowly whilst it heats up, then let it simmer stirring every couple of mins.

    the rice will soak up the water and when most of the water is gone, taste the rice if its still too hard add a little extra water (use hot from the kettle this time)

    with a little practice you will get perfect rice every time
     
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    best method to cook rice, is buy a steamer, can't go wrong!
    You could have had what I just had, oh no you couldn't, I have just eaten it ;)
    PS. how did the interview go CJ?
     
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    i'm keeping an eye on mine, so hands off :LOL:
     
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    mmmmm...... I can smell it form here!
     
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    It wasn't CJ who had the interview today :confused:
     
  13. ColJack

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    yes it was but I put it in the relavent section rather then GD..
    went well I thought.. but time will tell.. he's "got more interviews until monday afternoon"..
     
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    You cant go too wrong with a 12 egg omelette. God its cold here.
     
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    My apologies - thought he got confused with the advice on a related thread on here. Here's hoping...
     
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    ...cookery lesson anyone??.. :D
     
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    Yes yes.............. YES! :D
     
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