WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

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Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Post by Tripps » 20 Aug 2019, 08:41

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Never heard of Pan Yan Pickle, Rajah's Pickle or Hoe's Brown Sauce.
I'm not surprised - I think they were all local from small producers in the Manchester area. Another company has revived the Rajah brand, but no connection. I was genuinely surprised that Pan Yan had gone. Here's all I can find on Hoe's sauce. Good luck exporting that to USA. :smile:
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Post by Marilyn » 21 Aug 2019, 02:51

Fish Finger/Cheese/Mayo Sandwiches tonight...easy. These are Jamie Oliver Fish Fingers. I had vowed not to buy them again because I can never seem to get them crunchy ( Birdseye ones go lovely and crunchy). I shall try them in the Air Fryer tonight instead. If they won't go crunchy in there, I'm not buying them again. (I've tried them in both the oven and frypan and they stay soft).
Mind you...poor lad has had his troubles lately...

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Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Post by Stanley » 21 Aug 2019, 03:07

If you can access iPlayer Maz look for The food Programme by Sheila Dillon. She interviewed Jamie Oliver in the last one and it was an interesting listen.
Pan Yan, I found this on the web to check my memory of the maker's name. I was right. "Pan Yan pickle was an apple and curry-based relish originally registered by the Maconochie Brothers company in Lowestoft, Suffolk, in 1903. They asked their London workers for a name which captured the oriental taste of the new pickle and Pan Yan was chosen." They made things like tinned stew as well if my memory serves me right.
Hoe's Sauce, you were on the money with this one David.
“Hoes Sauce Factory was behind the Robin Hood Pub on the corner of Ryecroft Road and Urmston Lane (Chorlton). The bus stop to Urmston was just beside the Office doors and waiting for a bus there you had to endure the overwhelming strong smell of vinegar. The sauce was a dark fruity sauce not unlike H.P. The Company was taken over by Norco Pickles Middleton and the factory was demolished in the 70's/80s and is now the Robin Hood Car Park.”
I had half a bowl of what was left of Monday's tea for dinner , I grilled Cumberland sausages and had two with mixed frozen veggies for tea. I love the Co-op frozen veggies, string beans, carrots, sweet corn, peas and turnips all cut small. They are always al dente and there is no waste.
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Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Post by Stanley » 22 Aug 2019, 03:43

Sausage, half a tin of baked beans and two fried eggs for dinner. Tea was the last two sausages, the remainder of the beans and topped up with frozen mixed veggies.
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Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Post by Stanley » 23 Aug 2019, 04:24

A three egg cheese omelette for dinner. I cooked two pork loin steaks and had one for my tea with mixed frozen veggies. The other is sat in the fridge to substitute for my beloved steak puddings which are absent this week because my butcher is on holiday. The freezer will be raided this week!
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Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Post by Stanley » 24 Aug 2019, 05:59

I had the second pork loin steak with mixed veggies for dinner and tea was 200gm of pickled herring, cheese, two beetroot and some sweet baby plum tomatoes.
I have ox tail and mince in the slow cooker and veggies to cook! But I fancy a fishcake for dinner so I shall see what the fish man has in the square later.....
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Post by Stanley » 25 Aug 2019, 02:43

Fish cake and mixed veggies for dinner with some gravy from the developing Ox Tail and veggie stew. Ox tail and veggies for tea..... Just the thing for a hot day!
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Fishcake and half a bowl of ox tail and veggies for dinner. Straight ox tail and veggies for tea.
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Post by Tripps » 26 Aug 2019, 17:50

Boris has been caught out 'making it up as he goes along' by saying we export Melton Mowbray pork pies to Iceland and Thailand, yet not to the USA. Seems the remarks could be seen as 'porkies'. Almost poetic.

In tribute to the occasion I've bought a large one from Sainsbury's and will have some of it for tea with Colman's Mustard and salad.
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Post by Stanley » 27 Aug 2019, 03:13

He was wrong on shower trays as well David.... Not that it will bother him, he has a very cavalier attitude to evidence and facts. (Nice to see the beetroot, I always have some in the fridge and eat them like toffees!) Never come across Tagalog before.... had to look it up.
I had ox tail and veggies X two for dinner and tea. No effort required beyond the microwave!
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Post by Stanley » 28 Aug 2019, 06:08

The last of the ox tail and veggies for breakfast, only half a bowl. For tea I had fishcake, frozen peas and as a treat, some chunky chips! (I know..... but even Wendy need an occasional chip fix!)
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Post by Stanley » 29 Aug 2019, 03:14

Cheese, pickle and sweet baby plum tomatoes for dinner. Fish, mushy peas and a very few chips for tea. Lovely. (I ate too much....)
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I grilled sausages and had sausage peas and a fried egg for dinner, Sausage and peas for tea.
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Dinner was a steak pudding on its own. This was tea.....
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Post by Stanley » 01 Sep 2019, 03:34

Steak pudding on its own for dinner and fresh smoked Haddock cooked slowly in butter for tea with frozen peas and a few chunky chips.
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Post by Stanley » 02 Sep 2019, 04:26

Steak pudding and veggies for dinner. Veggies for tea with a small pork pie, plum tomatoes and cooked beetroot.
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Post by Stanley » 03 Sep 2019, 04:01

I grilled Cumberland sausage. Meat pie and veggies for dinner and Sausage and veggies for tea.
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Dinner was a two Manx kippers and a pair of fried eggs. Tea was sausage and veggies.
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Post by Stanley » 05 Sep 2019, 03:36

I divided the sausages and remaining veggies into two halves, extended them with mushy peas and baby plum tomatoes and had half a bowl for dinner and a full one for tea. Today I shall raid the freezer!
(Isn't feeding ourselves easy these days.)
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Post by Stanley » 07 Sep 2019, 03:56

I had a steak pudding on its own for dinner. I put a chicken in to roast, dead straight, shoved an onion up its bum and salt and pepper. It was ready at teatime so tea was hot legs and wings straight out of the oven. A nice change.
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Post by Stanley » 08 Sep 2019, 03:31

I made a cranberry and nut stuffing with the gravy from the chicken yesterday. Had some with a steak pudding for dinner. Veggie and fresh fish shopping and Chicken, stuffing and tomato and onion sauce for tea. Good tastes that complimented each other.
Stewed plums for pudding. No added sugar and wonderfully tart, I shall get some cream today to tone them down a bit! I enjoy tart and the strong flavour but there are limits!
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Post by Stanley » 09 Sep 2019, 03:56

A small pork pie and 300gm of cherry tomatoes for dinner. Chicken, stuffing and tomato and onion sauce for tea.
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Post by Stanley » 10 Sep 2019, 04:04

Chicken and veggies with the last of the tomato and onion and stuffing for dinner and tea. Pudding was stewed plums and cream.
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Post by Stanley » 11 Sep 2019, 03:36

Dinner was the same as yesterday and finished the chicken and tomato relish off. The chicken was just like butter, I must have got it just right. Tea was Green cabbage and mashed carrots with a fish cake on top. I grilled Jack's sausages in the morning and put the gravy on the veggies for tea. Waste not want not!
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Re: WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

Post by Stanley » 12 Sep 2019, 03:30

Dinner was a full English at Bettie's in Ilkley reinforced with a fat rascal. Tea was a few nuts, 20gm of dark chocolate and an apple. That was plenty!
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