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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Fish burger in taihapeAttachment 89076
    Ill "like" that cos it made me laugh. Your a bloody weapon of mass tomato sauce Dundee
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    Mumma bear was out tonight so I was on tea duties.Made a chicken and leak pie.With everyone’s initials on there piece lolName:  B3D36114-5025-4657-BF98-8C7776D0A3E2.jpeg
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    Spent a bit of time kickin back in a log cabin up in the land of the midnight sun last month (honeymoon).

    Cooked up a couple of pork chops on the fire,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raging Bull View Post
    Spent a bit of time kickin back in a log cabin up in the land of the midnight sun last month (honeymoon).

    Cooked up a couple of pork chops on the fire,

    Awesome
    Where exactly looks like Russian outdoor cooking (in their Spring Summer)
    Maybe Finland ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    Awesome
    Where exactly looks like Russian outdoor cooking (in their Spring Summer)
    Maybe Finland ??
    Yukon, Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raging Bull View Post
    Yukon, Canada.

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    Ah
    You threw me off track with the "land of the midnight sun"
    Do they get "White Nights" there

    I just Googled Earth and yes they would
    Nice place for a Honeymoon !!!!

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    Left over roast goat and mutton meat from last night,with hash browns and a spicey chicken tender.
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    Bloody hard to see anything but sauce there DD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootm View Post
    Bloody hard to see anything but sauce there DD
    He must have "galvanised" stomach lining
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    Right promised a Pegion Salad recipe on @R93 smug dog thread. So here it is.
    You need. Pancetta, 2 pigeon breast, onion, red pepper, green leaf salad & Olive Oil and pine nuts.
    Dice up the onion and the red pepper. Then fry this up with olive oil
    Name:  E352F85F-F7CC-46E1-A1F2-9F0E0BFA3349.jpeg
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    Next fry your Pancetta.
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    While the Pancetta is frying cut up your pigeon breast.
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    Place your fryer Pancetta in the bowl of salad along with a sprinkling of pine nuts. Keep the Pancetta oil in the frying pan and fry your
    pigeon breast in this oil. Fry for no more than five minutes. Tip this in with all the rest and toss. Add salt pepper and the serve. Total cooking time 15 minuets start to finish.
    Dishes used. 1 frying pan 1 bowl 1 knife 1 chopping board plates to eat from.
    Sorry but phone refuses to post more photos
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    Didn't but needed to add that the pigeon should be cubed when chopped.
    Also frayed in the pancetta fat left over from its cooking.
    You can also add diced tomatoes and Avocado to the mix along with some cheddar
    Nice and tasty!
    Also if you don't like pigeon add duck or geese, venison! The trick is cooking it fast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Right promised a Pegion Salad recipe on @R93 smug dog thread. So here it is.
    You need. Pancetta, 2 pigeon breast, onion, red pepper, green leaf salad & Olive Oil and pine nuts.
    Dice up the onion and the red pepper. Then fry this up with olive oil
    Attachment 89528 place this in your bowl with the green leaf salad.
    Next fry your Pancetta.
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    While the Pancetta is frying cut up your pigeon breast.
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    Place your fryer Pancetta in the bowl of salad along with a sprinkling of pine nuts. Keep the Pancetta oil in the frying pan and fry your
    pigeon breast in this oil. Fry for no more than five minutes. Tip this in with all the rest and toss. Add salt pepper and the serve. Total cooking time 15 minuets start to finish.
    Dishes used. 1 frying pan 1 bowl 1 knife 1 chopping board plates to eat from.
    Sorry but phone refuses to post more photos
    I hope you got clearance from Richy Chen to use his recipe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    I hope you got clearance from Richy Chen to use his recipe
    Maybe add bamboo shoots?
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Ate a stack of whitebait fritters tonight, bloody beautiful.
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