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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat belly Dog View Post
    Baked gurnard, blue cod and a Ceviche from a kahawai, all caught of the kayak no more than 3kms from home. Paired with fresh broad beans from the garden and potatoes salad. Summer feast..

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    I really like that mix - apart from the broad beans,
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    I have never been a fan either of broad beans, but I followed a recipe and they turned out pretty good. Boiled for a few mins, half mashed with lemon juice and garlic, rest mixed thru with mint and parmesan cheese and typed with crispy fried salami.. it's a pasta recipe but went good as a side. Heaps in the garden so trying different ways to eat them... prefer a venison back steak but my hunting skills leave alot to be desired..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat belly Dog View Post
    I have never been a fan either of broad beans, but I followed a recipe and they turned out pretty good. Boiled for a few mins, half mashed with lemon juice and garlic, rest mixed thru with mint and parmesan cheese and typed with crispy fried salami.. it's a pasta recipe but went good as a side. Heaps in the garden so trying different ways to eat them... prefer a venison back steak but my hunting skills leave alot to be desired..


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    Now that sounds good, but why don't you just not plant them?
    That same recipe but with potatoes instead of broad beans,. Softer taste, fish. Interesting.
    Maybe bacon or lardons...

    That fish looks great
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Now that sounds good, but why don't you just not plant them?
    That same recipe but with potatoes instead of broad beans,. Softer taste, fish. Interesting.
    Maybe bacon or lardons...

    That fish looks great
    The Lady we rent the cottage off planted up the veggie gardens, they are sort of a communal garden for the people that live out here. I have planted up a good summer garden.

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    Simple man, simple food.... lamb chops and whitebait patties.... ( and green and red stuff...)

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    My first west coast SI whitebait for 2 years, and boy it tasted good.
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    I got home late from the hospital (wife has had a knee replacement) and chucked this into the oven - mixed some stuffing with dried prunes and apricots - filled a pocket in a lump of fallow bum with it. Into the camp oven, browned it. Coated it with the rest of the stuffing and into the oven for 1.5 hrs.
    The veggies are what you see on the. plate. Very yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    I really like that mix - apart from the broad beans,
    It `s not very often to see kiwi doing steamed cooking. I like steamed bluecode,
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    Yum.




    Salad, because..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROKTOY View Post
    Yum.




    Salad, because..
    I wouldn't have the brains to do that
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    Lunch

    Kiwi oyster omelet (no flour slurry etc...)

    Eggs, oysters, surimi, caviar (lump fish), Japanese pepper/Chilli. Butter in fry pan.
    And some more caviar on top.
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    Very nice. But not as good as a street food asian oyster omelet.
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Hoggert chops on charcoal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Lunch

    Kiwi oyster omelet (no flour slurry etc...)

    Eggs, oysters, surimi, caviar (lump fish), Japanese pepper/Chilli. Butter in fry pan.
    And some more caviar on top.
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    Very nice. But not as good as a street food asian oyster omelet.
    There was a time when I thought you were a fine upstanding individual with impeccable culinary skills but then you went and cooked oysters. Ten thousand lines on a blackboard shall be your punishment. Oysters are the food of gods and oysters are only to be eaten natural. Thatíll teach you! Ha ha ha ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    There was a time when I thought you were a fine upstanding individual with impeccable culinary skills but then you went and cooked oysters. Ten thousand lines on a blackboard shall be your punishment. Oysters are the food of gods and oysters are only to be eaten natural. That’ll teach you! Ha ha ha ha
    20,000 lines or more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    There was a time when I thought you were a fine upstanding individual with impeccable culinary skills but then you went and cooked oysters. Ten thousand lines on a blackboard shall be your punishment. Oysters are the food of gods and oysters are only to be eaten natural. That’ll teach you! Ha ha ha ha
    I know I know..... they weren't great oysters, just aqua ones, and they weren't fully cooked.....

    The caviar shouldn't be cooked either, but they were little explosions of taste when you bit them. Very nice.

    So all in all, yes a few cooking/eatting "rules" broken, but it ate real well.

    Sorry rushy, I'll try harder next time.......
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Sorry rushy, I'll try harder next time.......
    No, no, no, no, you don’t get of with a simple explanation and an apology. Write the lines and send me the proof! That should keep you busy through to the new year. Ha ha ha ha
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