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    If u ever fancy an indian, drop me a line, ive got a great meal for you.

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    I have just tried vegetable roast and it was lovely. Brockly. Runner beans, pease, and potatoes

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    Quick Tip

    For great Scrambled Eggs dont add milk or cream

    Just Eggs, slat and Pepper and cook slowly, stiriing constantly

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    ****Meal Fit For a King****

    you will need
    a frying pan
    some cooking oil
    a microwave
    and 2 plates

    some eggs ,bacon, bread, margarine, tomato or brown sauce whatever your pref

    heat oil in frying pan
    stick the bacon on plate
    put the bacon in microwave and cook on full power for 5 mins

    while bacon is in microwave crack open your eggs and fry for for few mins untill done

    while bacon and eggs cook butter your bread and place on plate no2

    remove bacon from microwave and eggs from pan and place on bread

    add your sauce and wala a meal fit for a king in just a few short minutes

    you maybe asking yourself why not fry the bacon in same pan as the eggs , the answer is simple it saves time and my frying pan isnt big enough to fry 4 pieces of bacon and 2 eggs at the same time

    heres one i made earlyer


    enjoy all lmao

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    i stole the photo of the roll mine look much better make sure you bacon is thoroughly cooked and piping hot i take no responsibility for under cooked bacon,eggs or food poisoning ,copyright of HoTTDubbER Original recipe all rights reserved)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrendleman View Post
    Quick Tip

    For great Scrambled Eggs dont add milk or cream

    Just Eggs, slat and Pepper and cook slowly, stiriing constantly

    Wrendleman
    chop up onion,tomato and bacon for a tasty scrambled eggs

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    The best cooks are women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casper2 View Post
    The best cooks are women.
    nooooooo you are sooo wrong!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by royd30 View Post
    hi anyone got new software 5...pleaseeeee
    this is the cookery section mate, why not ask in the correct section of the forum so the guys can help you..

    I am guessing that you want this section >>>> http://www.digital-kaos.co.uk/forums/f83/
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    Hmmm sounds lovely. Any idea of how to make mississippi mud pie. I tried it last weekend and the top of it burnt and the bottom of it was still raw. Plus it was horrible. Although even if it had cooked properly it would've been horrible.
    Any ideas???

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    Default cookery

    definately not wifey most chefs are male anyway. I love cooking

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    Very cool, looks easy enough. Will try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aftermath View Post
    6. Greek Salad ( fantastic )
    This one looks especially interesting. =)

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    Feels sad that I can't see any of the great recipes

    Anyway, I'm one for wacky recipes, and the wackiest I've tried (and still tastes fine) is chicken wings with cola.

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    It is true that men can cook better then women because they cook food occasionally.

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    anyone have good vegan recipes

 

 
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