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 Mustafaster » Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:44 pm

eric olthwaite wrote:
Mustafaster wrote:Patatas con huevos rotos.
Great stuff.
Every place has its own little tweeks, some chop olives into it, some flakes of tuna or anchovies, red peppers.
.... mayonnaise is standard


Aye - that's the fucker, cheers!

Remember it being Serrano not chorizo now I come to think about it.

Easy as fuck to make at home. Make sure you use olive oil.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby LSD&2Es » Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:36 pm

Mustafaster wrote:Patatas con huevos rotos.
Great stuff.
Every place has its own little tweeks, some chop olives into it, some flakes of tuna or anchovies, red peppers.
.... mayonnaise is standard


Yeah, we add bits of Jamon so it's like bacon, egg and chips as the jamon cooks through from the heat of the patatas

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

Postby Proud to be Leeds » Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:37 pm

eric olthwaite wrote:Oh, and while I'm on this thread: I get the impression Bundobust is a bit of an Indian Nando's: get in, grab a seat where you can, eat quick, get out. That sort of vibe?


Not for me. I like to have a few beers and keep getting dishes as and when I please. Especially the okra fries.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby eric olthwaite » Sun Jul 22, 2018 7:54 pm

Hob packed in a couple of days ago so I had to make an oven-baked biryani tonight. It was fucking great; might do it like that again.

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

Postby Quiffy » Wed Jul 25, 2018 5:00 pm

Absinthe > chartreuse imo.

And FER is also a grape, nice dark fruity bugger a bit like a good but woodier cabernet sauvignon used in gaillacs.

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

Postby FER » Thu Jul 26, 2018 11:44 am

I can confirm that I'm not very nice, I'm certainly not dark and I'm most definitely not fruity!
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Quiffy » Thu Jul 26, 2018 12:29 pm

FER wrote:I can confirm that I'm not very nice, I'm certainly not dark and I'm most definitely not fruity!

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

Postby Blackwhite » Fri Jul 27, 2018 1:20 pm

You know, I'm sick of following my dreams, man. I'm just going to ask where they're going and hook up with 'em later.

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

Postby Devi » Sun Sep 16, 2018 2:31 pm

I have an apocalyptic hangover, yet am on my way to the pub for a mates birthday session.

a) WTF am I thinking?
b) WTF do I drink that’ll see me through this? Is 3.30 too late for a Bloody Mary? Is Guinness really good for you? Beers 98% water, right?
I like it. What is it?

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

Postby Ontolly » Sun Sep 16, 2018 2:47 pm

Devi wrote:I have an apocalyptic hangover, yet am on my way to the pub for a mates birthday session.

a) WTF am I thinking?
b) WTF do I drink that’ll see me through this? Is 3.30 too late for a Bloody Mary? Is Guinness really good for you? Beers 98% water, right?


Times like this calls for gin. Plenty of it. You can drink as much as you like without getting any kind of hangover. Quite possibly :cheers:
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Blackwhite » Sun Sep 16, 2018 3:23 pm

The first drink will actually help, as it kicks your liver into making the right enzymes to get rid of what's making you feel shit.







After that you're fucking the corpse.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby Devi » Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:13 pm

Went for several glassss of Malbec with a slab of roast pig.

Currently still vertical. This may change soon.
I like it. What is it?

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

Postby Quiffy » Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:06 pm

Devi wrote:Went for several glassss of Malbec with a slab of roast pig.

Currently still vertical. This may change soon.

white wine was always my cure. half a bottle of some pinot grigio (has to be something dry and cheap) around dinnertime, after coffee, and the wheels start to turn again.

when i get older it'll be pouilly fume at dinnertime. wine is good.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby dirty leeds » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:11 am

This is delicious: https://www.yellowkitebooks.co.uk/wellb ... ry-recipe/

Made it a few times.

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

Postby Mustafaster » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:23 am

dirty leeds wrote:This is delicious: https://www.yellowkitebooks.co.uk/wellb ... ry-recipe/

Made it a few times.

Aye, sounds very good, but thats' a fuck of a lot of ingredients.
Better if some other cunt makes it I reckon.
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Re: Beers, Wines, Spirits and Food...(Now with added elbow pads)

Postby eric olthwaite » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:35 am

dirty leeds wrote:This is delicious: https://www.yellowkitebooks.co.uk/wellb ... ry-recipe/

Made it a few times.


Cheers, that's the sort of thing I'd happily try. One daughter is currently veggie and the rest of us are generally happy to move in that direction, but it does seem that spicy food is the most successful way of giving meatless meals a bit of ooomph.

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

Postby dirty leeds » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:39 am

We love coconutty curries. Making it for my bruv and his Mrs, who will be visiting from York tomorrow. Pity the new BMW won't arrive for two weeks and won't be standing on the drive. Would have been nice to show him how we do Tuesday nights down here.

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

Postby JohnGiles » Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:22 pm

dirty leeds wrote:We love coconutty curries. Making it for my bruv and his Mrs, who will be visiting from York tomorrow. Pity the new BMW won't arrive for two weeks and won't be standing on the drive. Would have been nice to show him how we do Tuesday nights down here.


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

Postby dirty leeds » Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:30 pm

JohnGiles wrote:
dirty leeds wrote:We love coconutty curries. Making it for my bruv and his Mrs, who will be visiting from York tomorrow. Pity the new BMW won't arrive for two weeks and won't be standing on the drive. Would have been nice to show him how we do Tuesday nights down here.


Show-boating


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

Postby Still Hates Gordon Watson » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:25 pm

One for the Happy Old Man thread or here so I’ve plumped for here for a change.

I’ve been part of something called the Walthamstow Beer project this year. I grew my first ever hop plant in my garden this summer and then two weeks ago I picked the hop cones off at the East London Brewery along with several other volunteers and they brewed two beers - a pale and a dark - there and then with the green hops.

Tonight I’m sat with the dog in my favourite local pub and having a pint of each on cask. And they’re both bloody lovely :)


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