Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby LSD&2Es » Mon Aug 14, 2017 3:28 pm

:lol:
OWETB wrote:
eric olthwaite wrote:Last night Mrs O cooked pasta with sardines, fennel and lemon. 'Twas good, but dear god it smelled rank downstairs this morning.


You should have waited until she had showered.


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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Blackwhite » Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:49 pm

Munson wrote:http://allrecipes.com.au/recipe/9793/parmesan-cheese-biscuits.aspx

I bought a silicon mat just so I could make parmesan crisps :oops:

Ingredients: finely grated parmesan.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Mustafaster » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:21 pm

Zucchini flowers been the discovery of the year for me.
Couple of. Courgette plants provide more than you can eat.
Pumpkin flowers also work.
Use em in salads and stuffed with goats cheese.
Economical and nutritious. :thumbl:
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Mustafaster » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:09 pm

Pawal Cibicki, that's a south Indian dish made from lentils and zucchini flowers innit?
Goes well with Alioski.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Proud to be Leeds » Fri Sep 01, 2017 4:48 pm

Any good shops in London that sell rarely found beer? I'm there this weekend and am on the lookout for some Yebisu.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby eric olthwaite » Fri Sep 01, 2017 5:06 pm

Kris Wines on Caledonian Road is allegedly the go-to for rare beers. That or I'd try Utobeer on Borough Market?

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Proud to be Leeds » Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:27 am

Cheers Eric, will check them out.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby metalsmurf » Tue Sep 05, 2017 3:59 pm

A friend brought me a bottle of this recently, brings back memories of games of wallee, single fags from the corner shop and smelly fingers in the bus shelter, glorious.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Oheddieeddie » Tue Sep 05, 2017 4:10 pm

Off to IL FORNO in Horsforth tonight with Mrs OEE. booked it for her birthday pre cinema.

She is distinctly underwhelmed and doesn't mind saying so. Anyone been recently that can give me hope that it'll be ok?

Edit ::: Perhaps this should be on the because wives thread because I appear to be a cunt for going to a lot of effort not sorting a better restaurant. Also after her reaction I said don't worry I will cancel and sort something else .... she said no

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby eric olthwaite » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:42 pm

Back in the day when I was a twatty student, my Sunday lunchtime hangover cure of choice was a pint or three of brown and mild: very easy drinking, slightly sweet, gentle on a post jalfrezi stomach. Virtually unobtainable these days. But the best bit of the Porto trip was finding this stuff for exactly the same qualities. Proper took me back, it did.

Oh, and Francesinhas are rather good, too.

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby FER » Tue Oct 17, 2017 11:32 am

eric olthwaite wrote:Oh, and Francesinhas are rather good, too.


Sounds fucking lovely, looks like something out of fucking Alien!
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby the flying pig » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:25 am

midprice canned bitter like say john smiths [yeah, i know].

best served at room or fridge temperature [in circumstances where a goldilocks cellar temperature option isn't available]?

thks

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby eric olthwaite » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:41 am

the flying pig wrote:midprice canned bitter like say john smiths [yeah, i know].

best served at room or fridge temperature [in circumstances where a goldilocks cellar temperature option isn't available]?

thks


Neither, unless you still haven't put the heating on :rambo:

I like canned ale to be about 14-15degC I guess. Gut feeling says the shitter the beer the colder it needs to be. Fridges should be about 3-4C? So I fridge it and take it out maybe half an hour before I open it.

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby My grandad was from Leeds » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:58 am

eric olthwaite wrote:
the flying pig wrote:midprice canned bitter like say john smiths [yeah, i know].

best served at room or fridge temperature [in circumstances where a goldilocks cellar temperature option isn't available]?

thks


Neither, unless you still haven't put the heating on :rambo:

I like canned ale to be about 14-15degC I guess. Gut feeling says the shitter the beer the colder it needs to be. Fridges should be about 3-4C? So I fridge it and take it out maybe half an hour before I open it.

But that sounds like thinking ahead and err planning.

Not good bedfellows of drinking.


I agree tho the shitter the beer the colder it needs to be.

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby My grandad was from Leeds » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:59 am

eric olthwaite wrote:
the flying pig wrote:midprice canned bitter like say john smiths [yeah, i know].

best served at room or fridge temperature [in circumstances where a goldilocks cellar temperature option isn't available]?

thks


Neither, unless you still haven't put the heating on :rambo:

I like canned ale to be about 14-15degC I guess. Gut feeling says the shitter the beer the colder it needs to be. Fridges should be about 3-4C? So I fridge it and take it out maybe half an hour before I open it.

But that sounds like thinking ahead and err planning.

Not good bedfellows of drinking.


I agree tho the shitter the beer the colder it needs to be.

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby the flying pig » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:04 pm

eric olthwaite wrote:
the flying pig wrote:midprice canned bitter like say john smiths [yeah, i know].

best served at room or fridge temperature [in circumstances where a goldilocks cellar temperature option isn't available]?

thks


Neither, unless you still haven't put the heating on :rambo:

I like canned ale to be about 14-15degC I guess. Gut feeling says the shitter the beer the colder it needs to be. Fridges should be about 3-4C? So I fridge it and take it out maybe half an hour before I open it.


speaking of which, i've not got mine on yet :rambo:. maybe that belongs in teh yorkshire thread.

other than in the kitchen, which has a thermostat & underfloor which i can't be bothered to try & override.

wondering how long i can hold out.

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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Proud to be Leeds » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:28 pm

I ordered Miss PTBL a beer advent calendar t'other day. A bit jealous that I didn't get one for mesen too...
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby eric olthwaite » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:36 pm

My grandad was from Leeds wrote:But that sounds like thinking ahead and err planning.

Not good bedfellows of drinking.


Theoretically it should be reasonably self-regulating.

1. Take a beer out, leave it for a bit.
2. When you crack it, get another one out and leave it on the side.
3. Repeat.

In truth I think I probably tend to keep a couple in the fridge and the rest in the cupboard and if I feel a pressing to grab one the minute I get in the door, then my selected source depends a bit on the weather, how thirsty I am etc etc.


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