Ravenous part 3


#621

Unreal. Egg and chips?


#622

I going to post some fucking picture of a Sunday roast next weekend.
This thread needs to get back to basics.


#623

For the love of God, don’t eat that mate. You’ll wind up in hospital.


#624


Cheese on Toast


#625

I had nothing in the house today and didn’t want to go out to shop. I just cobbled together what I had in an inventive way. Sweet potatoe fries from the freezer and then I shredded some ham and cheese I had in the fridge and jumbled it all together for a very satisfying meal.


#626

I’d ate that. Is it sourdough?


#627

That is savage. What is your recipe for it?


#628

a few auld bits of sourdough that was going stale in the back of the cupboard, I had forgotten how something so simple is so delicious


#629

Top notch. It’s the most versatile of all the breads. It could turn its hand to anything.


#630

We’ll done @labane1917 , our first action shot of falling food

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#631

ah just one auld one i found on the internet
Generously butter bread and place on a baking tray lined with foil or baking paper. Bake for 3 minutes or until butter is melted. Top with slices of cheese to completely cover the bread. Bake for another 5 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbling with golden brown patches.


#632

Bullet points please.


#633

I must give that a go one of the evenings. What temperature did you bake it at? I reckon the knack is to get the oven temperature bang on.


#634


#635

The right job.


#636

Burnt to a crisp. You must have a cancer wish to willingly put that many carcinogens into your body.


#637

I swear they know they are protected. I was no more than 8 feet away from this lad and not a sign of worry from him.


#638

I love the way you mixed the cheeses and the bread so there’d be a variety of flavours. Top notch.


#639


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