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    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    The only utensile I've ever seen you pick up was a fork. And that went in your mouth.
    I resemble that remark!!!! ...wait, that's not right.

    Okay fine I'll cook!

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    Cheese & Biscuits (Matt's actually. Oh and his port if he brings it)

    Starters
    Bannock with bacon served with a chisel

    Main
    Bannock with sausage and bacon served with a Gränsfors small forest axe

    Desert
    Sweet Bannock a la smarties, served with one of Tony's ash ladles

    Thanks gents! I bet you can't wait!
    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian c View Post
    All I will say is I look forward to the weekend and do not mind who cooks so long as there is BACON.
    ...and black pudding!
    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian c View Post
    All I will say is I look forward to the weekend and do not mind who cooks so long as there is BACON.
    I'm not going unless there is bacon!

    Mark - how many saucepans are there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rm4t View Post
    I resemble that remark!!!! ...wait, that's not right.

    Okay fine I'll cook!

    Menu

    Appetisers
    Cheese & Biscuits (Matt's actually. Oh and his port if he brings it)

    Starters
    Bannock with bacon served with a chisel

    Main
    Bannock with sausage and bacon served with a Gränsfors small forest axe

    Desert
    Sweet Bannock a la smarties, served with one of Tony's ash ladles

    Thanks gents! I bet you can't wait!
    I was thinking of a couple of small bacon joints boiled in Coke with some tortellini on the side. Some parmisan shavings and a side of braised cabbage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehecatl View Post
    I was thinking of a couple of small bacon joints boiled in Coke with some tortellini on the side. Some parmisan shavings and a side of braised cabbage.
    I Google-translated that, and it just said "Good luck with that!".

    Okay seriously!
    Vote time:

    1. Thai Massaman Curry & Rice
    2. Chilli & Rice
    3. Stew with Mash
    4. Fajitas & Mexican Style Rice
    Paul

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    Vote time:

    1. Thai Massaman Curry & Rice Matt (but can we have some sauce on the side please that is extra hot?)
    2. Chilli & Rice
    3. Stew with Mash
    4. Fajitas & Mexican Style Rice
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    Sorry double post - can I have two portions then?
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    I'm more then happy to be mum( no change there ). Paul did you want the same as last time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    I'm more then happy to be mum( no change there ). Paul did you want the same as last time.
    If you want to be Mum, I'm more than happy to surrender the apron. (thank you god!)
    Just let it be known, I was ready to step up when required.

    We had your risotto last time didn't we. That was a bloody tidy plate of food mate!
    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rm4t View Post
    If you want to be Mum, I'm more than happy to surrender the apron. (thank you god!)
    Just let it be known, I was ready to step up when required.

    We had your risotto last time didn't we. That was a bloody tidy plate of food mate!
    I've got the cheese covered. Ooo - and the brownies that we'll dip in Paul's brandy.
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