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jovialmo

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For Celly (and any other beer drinkers) do try the Unibrou beers: Maudite, Troy Pistoles, La Fin du Mond (there are others but these three rool!)

They may not be available downunder for all that much longer!
 
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Anonymous

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Dan Murphy's I presume?

Are they going out of stock or something?
 

jovialmo

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The strong rumor is Unibrou will no longer export to Australia, just US/Europe.

And by the christ they are lovely beers!
 

jovialmo

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Ummm

batching tonight.

Was thinking of plain toasted cheese sango but, sheeit! got loverly basil this morning, got loverly baby spinach should be able to make MUCH more interesting yummies for din dins! Still involves cheese tho but no sangos!
 

jovialmo

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Chard & basil pizza

Made with slices off a heel of a bread loaf

Some firm cheese I hope will melt

Basil, baby spinach, garlic, chilli, panch phora masala on the cheese (cumin, fennel & that type of seed, will improve the taste of the cheese.
 

jovialmo

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You make pizza, Mantra?

Chard (spinach or silverbeet) & basil makes for a great pizza and all vegetarian!

Hmm scraped a nutmeg over the chard, helps.
 
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As the one who does 99.9% of the cooking in our household, I told my other half that he better cook tonight because I want a night off. After pestering him to near death, he decided it was much easier to cook a meal than to try a win an argument with me. Guess what he made? Sausages! The cunt!
 

jovialmo

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hahahahahaha tears are running down my face!

snags are safe, easy.

Teach him good Italian sausages plus speedini, not bad for a quick mixed grill. I love the chimichurry snags, they are thick so I put them on first, then the hot snags then the speedini, hmmmm!
 

jovialmo

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What I am eating is even simpler and perfect for a hot day:

Lovely ripe rock melon, chilled in fridge
Thinly sliced rashers of prosciutto

Yum!
 
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Anonymous

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Sure sounds nicer than store bought sausages cooked in a frying pan. Ah! I'm going to eat lots of watermelon to get rid of the taste in my mouth. I want a divorce!!!!
 

jovialmo

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Oh, it is delicious! Tangy salty prosciutto, then the sweet, juicy melon! yummmmmm!
 
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I haven't had a chance to get to Dan Murphy's. Will try Sunday.
 

jovialmo

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Taramosalata is nice once or twice a year. Deelish with balsamic mushrooms, almond stuffed olives, pickled octopus chargrilled capsicum or eggplant.


Heh, also bought two tins of tuna in springwater: bit of lettuce, tomato, dill gherkin etc and you have a nice meal in five minutes, no cooking!
 

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Part of an English tea was slices of bread and butter. Reading that I thought it was funny but you know, now I eat every week one slice of good bread (Walnut rye from Swiss Glory) and cover that quite thickly with unsalted butter, yum!
 
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Sounds bloody beautiful.

I love jellied eel myself ,long and slippery and talkative.
 

jovialmo

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Kitchen smell wonnerful! Have Thai basil, chili, sage leaves, garlick, spanish onion and mint to flavor the goat stirfry.

Will deepfry some of the basil and sage for garnish, rest will get added when goat nearly ready! some nice small new potatoes to go with, yum!
 

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Hmmmm goat simmering away! Smells very very nice! garnish ready: fresh & deepfried basil & sage leaves, some chili, scallion & mint
 

jovialmo

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Goat is yummy! Nice and hot from chili but but has lots of lovely basil-mint-sage flavors! The little new potatoes were an inspired touch if I say so myself.
 
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