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I must be the only one who does not want to cook anymore , I'm seriously over it

Prepare for more cold meals 😂

Salmon Paté + Salad... before and after and after

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Bolognese Papardelle and Cucumber salad

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10 hours ago, ms.sss said:

Do you use the simmer stock for a sauce/gravy afterwards?

Way too much liquid to make a sauce as the meat is almost covered with the liquid in the pot. We cook onion & carrot in a small amount of Water & then use some of the water with milk to make a white sauce. We put the onion & carrot back in the sauce & serve it over the hot meat, with pickles on the side. We usually let the leftovers sit in the liquid in the fridge until the next day for extra flavour to be absorbed. It’s still a soft, easy to pull apart meat. It can become very crumbly if overcooked though. It’s a family favourite.

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10 hours ago, ms.sss said:

Do you use the simmer stock for a sauce/gravy afterwards?

Way too much liquid to make a sauce as the meat is almost covered with the liquid in the pot. We cook onion & carrot in a small amount of Water & then use some of the water with milk to make a white sauce. We put the onion & carrot back in the sauce & serve it over the hot meat, with pickles on the side. We usually let the leftovers sit in the liquid in the fridge until the next day for extra flavour to be absorbed. It’s still a soft, easy to pull apart meat. It can become very crumbly if overcooked though. It’s a family favourite.

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7 hours ago, GreenTealael said:

I must be the only one who does not want to cook anymore , I'm seriously over it

I hate cooking. Always did. That's why I call microwaved rice with furikake a meal.

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oatmeal with apple, raisins, the usual truckload of cinnamon, chia and white almond butter. Made it with Water instead of soy milk (didn't want to open a 1 l container to throw most of it away before going on vacation this night). Taste is more or less the same (it tastes not the same every time anyway), but consistency is a bit different. It's better with soy milk. More creamy.

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3 hours ago, summerset said:

oatmeal with apple, raisins, the usual truckload of cinnamon, chia and white almond butter. Made it with Water instead of soy milk (didn't want to open a 1 l container to throw most of it away before going on vacation this night). Taste is more or less the same (it tastes not the same every time anyway), but consistency is a bit different. It's better with soy milk. More creamy.

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Have fun on vacation!

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15 hours ago, Sophie7713 said:

WOW! LIKE YUM! I love pork any shape or form. The cucumber salad looks divine. Would you come down and create your magnificent cuisine for us after lock down?! Chef sss - perhaps, a new calling?

I would, but....you turned my spare room into an office!!!! Lolololzzzz

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15 hours ago, Sophie7713 said:

Less is definitely more concentrating on just a few simple flavors at a time. Has anyone else found that to be true?

Actually yes! A lot of times I get the Kid to taste stuff first and let me know if its worth me eating, or to save my stomach real estate for something more worth it...

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12 hours ago, Arabesque said:

Way too much liquid to make a sauce as the meat is almost covered with the liquid in the pot. We cook onion & carrot in a small amount of Water & then use some of the Water with milk to make a white sauce. We put the onion & carrot back in the sauce & serve it over the hot meat, with pickles on the side. We usually let the leftovers sit in the liquid in the fridge until the next day for extra flavour to be absorbed. It’s still a soft, easy to pull apart meat. It can become very crumbly if overcooked though. It’s a family favourite.

Hmmmm...I've still got 3/4 of the brisket slab in the freezer...going to try this next time we get a meat-slab hankering...

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Grilled vegetables in Harissa with Halloumi cheese. None left for the after shot!

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15 hours ago, ms.sss said:

I would, but....you turned my spare room into an office!!!! Lolololzzzz

OMG, that's right! Will just kick hubby out and send him back to his real office... LOL!

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11 hours ago, froufrou said:

Grilled vegetables in Harissa with Halloumi cheese. None left for the after shot!

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Looks delish!!! My plate would be cleaned as well...

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