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    Dinner tonight...

    comprized of

    Field Mushrooms and Smoked Streaky Bacon

    What with the beautiful rain but relatively high temperatures, the scene was set for the perfect field mushrooms.

    In the pan I put chopped one white onion, the top half of a leek sliced in a mix of butter and sunflower oil, then added the sliced streaky bacon, then stirred in the mushrooms, parsley and chives and added freshly ground green peppercorns, salt to taste and two pinches of Parisian Spice. Stirred as it cooked then added créme fraiche. Toasted bread. Had the pan a bit too hot so the cream did melt!!!!!


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    Waste of good mushrooms putting that green stuff with them.
    I had mushrooms and bacon for lunch.

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    I'd eat that, if were only bacon.
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    Don't you like toast?

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    Yeah but I don't really eat toast now
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    Mmm mushrooms...and bacon.
    Wish i was at your house for tea.

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    Needs some spinach EB....
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    a bvlind man would never turn his nose up at a feed like that.being generous i'd willingly volunteer my gut for the OPs gastronomic efforts.

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    Oh fuck me it's Instagram, people taking pictures of their food

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    EeeBees, that looks a terrible mess. I'll come and clean it up for you!
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    Yum. I had better check the paddocks for the delightful little fungi
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    Looks like a great meal.............................................. ........................................EXCEPT did you know its made with Fungus, OOOOOOOOO
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    Quick and easy meal their eebees.THeirs heaps of mushrooms around the farm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs dundee View Post
    THeirs heaps of mushrooms around the farm.
    Get the boys to go pick them Mrs Dundee.
    Last edited by Rushy; 18-04-2013 at 08:31 PM.
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    You guys are the best!!!! It has been such a looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong day and to read your comments had me laughing, so thank you!!
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