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Goodchild

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:16 am

Yes, a repeat of many a food thread, sorry about that. I'm having sirloin steak with mashed spud and probably some mushroom sauce? My Cat also had some steak and a little stray cat that has been hanging around my house, the poor little fella looks as though he's been abandoned? People are so cruel.  :(  Anyway, we've all had steak tonight and probably tomorrow night also. What's on the menu folks?  :)

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:33 am

This is kinda like my bbq here at home, cooking for one, I can do all of my meals on this thing, I do the pancake's, french toast, asian meals, the flat plate is handy, but I used the grill tonight for the steak, it almost looks like my setup tonight. :D

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:33 am

Steamed edemame, Siu Mai and Gyu Don. At least, I think that's what they were all called...

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:35 am

Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:33 am)
This is kinda like my bbq here at home, cooking for one, I can do all of my meals on this thing, I do the pancake's, french toast, asian meals, the flat plate is handy, but I used the grill tonight for the steak, it almost looks like my setup tonight. :D

Erms, what does?

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:38 am

Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:35 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:33 am)
This is kinda like my bbq here at home, cooking for one, I can do all of my meals on this thing, I do the pancake's, french toast, asian meals, the flat plate is handy, but I used the grill tonight for the steak, it almost looks like my setup tonight. :D

Erms, what does?

Sorry, my silly hosting wouldn't reveal the image, I had to opt for an alternative CM.  :p

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:42 am

The other pic was better, it had Vb's and the tomato sauce that I use. :(  Here's a link anyway?

http://www.sitro.com.au/images/497.png

My one actually has a side burner. God Bless Aussie bbq's for making food fabulous and fun. :D

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:43 am

Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:33 pm)
Steamed edemame, Siu Mai and Gyu Don. At least, I think that's what they were all called...

Are you still in the Asia somewhere?  :laugh:

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:49 am

Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:42 am)
The other pic was better, it had Vb's and the tomato sauce that I use. :(  Here's a link anyway?

http://www.sitro.com.au/images/497.png

My one actually has a side burner. God Bless Aussie bbq's for making food fabulous and fun. :D

Looks great. Personally, I cannot say no to a little barbeque time. The flavour of the food is always marvellous.

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:52 am

Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:49 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:42 am)
The other pic was better, it had Vb's and the tomato sauce that I use. :( ¿Here's a link anyway?

http://www.sitro.com.au/images/497.png

My one actually has a side burner. God Bless Aussie bbq's for making food fabulous and fun. :D

Looks great. Personally, I cannot say no to a little barbeque time. The flavour of the food is always marvellous.

To be honest, all kitchens should be built this way, it would be every man's dream.  :laugh: What sort of outsie bbq's do you have in the UK?

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:53 am

Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:43 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:33 pm)
Steamed edemame, Siu Mai and Gyu Don. At least, I think that's what they were all called...

Are you still in the Asia somewhere?  :laugh:

No, a long way from there. Back in the UK. I was at my local mainly Japanese restaurant. :)

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:55 am

Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:52 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:49 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:42 am)
The other pic was better, it had Vb's and the tomato sauce that I use. :( ?Here's a link anyway?

http://www.sitro.com.au/images/497.png

My one actually has a side burner. God Bless Aussie bbq's for making food fabulous and fun. :D

Looks great. Personally, I cannot say no to a little barbeque time. The flavour of the food is always marvellous.

To be honest, all kitchens should be built this way, it would be every man's dream.  :laugh: What sort of outsie bbq's do you have in the UK?

We get all the same sort of stuff. There's just less opportunity to indulge.

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 3:59 am

Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:53 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:43 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:33 pm)
Steamed edemame, Siu Mai and Gyu Don. At least, I think that's what they were all called...

Are you still in the Asia somewhere? ?:laugh:

No, a long way from there. Back in the UK. I was at my local mainly Japanese restaurant. :)

Ahh, you lucky thing, I suppose you live in close proximity to all of these place's? The thing that I love about the Japanese is that there are perfectionist's, especially in food. You didn't try the "blow fish" I hope? How would you know if it is in Japanese unless you have picture's to match?¿:D

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 4:03 am

Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:55 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:52 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:49 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:42 am)
The other pic was better, it had Vb's and the tomato sauce that I use. :( ?Here's a link anyway?

http://www.sitro.com.au/images/497.png

My one actually has a side burner. God Bless Aussie bbq's for making food fabulous and fun. :D

Looks great. Personally, I cannot say no to a little barbeque time. The flavour of the food is always marvellous.

To be honest, all kitchens should be built this way, it would be every man's dream. ¿:laugh: What sort of outsie bbq's do you have in the UK?

We get all the same sort of stuff. There's just less opportunity to indulge.

ooh? I was told that bbq's in the US don't usually come with a flat plate, just a grill? I have a webber as well. In fact, 95% of all home's in Queensland, will have a bbq of some type. I rented a small place that had an electric bbq hot plate, you just pressed the button. All of the beache's up and down the coast have these type's of bbq's, most of them at no cost and right on the beach, it's beautiful, they're fully covered too.

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 4:08 am

Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:59 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:53 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:43 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:33 pm)
Steamed edemame, Siu Mai and Gyu Don. At least, I think that's what they were all called...

Are you still in the Asia somewhere? ?:laugh:

No, a long way from there. Back in the UK. I was at my local mainly Japanese restaurant. :)

Ahh, you lucky thing, I suppose you live in close proximity to all of these place's? The thing that I love about the Japanese is that there are perfectionist's, especially in food. You didn't try the "blow fish" I hope? How would you know if it is in Japanese unless you have picture's to match??:D

They don't serve that one. At least, the English descriptions don't refer to it... :D I like the eel dish they do, however: very fishy taste. :)

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Report this Sep. 06 2009, 4:16 am

Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 9:03 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:55 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:52 am)
Quote (CornishMonkey @ Sep. 05 2009, 11:49 pm)
Quote (Goodchild @ Sep. 06 2009, 8:42 am)
The other pic was better, it had Vb's and the tomato sauce that I use. :( ?Here's a link anyway?

http://www.sitro.com.au/images/497.png

My one actually has a side burner. God Bless Aussie bbq's for making food fabulous and fun. :D

Looks great. Personally, I cannot say no to a little barbeque time. The flavour of the food is always marvellous.

To be honest, all kitchens should be built this way, it would be every man's dream. ?:laugh: What sort of outsie bbq's do you have in the UK?

We get all the same sort of stuff. There's just less opportunity to indulge.

ooh? I was told that bbq's in the US don't usually come with a flat plate, just a grill? I have a webber as well. In fact, 95% of all home's in Queensland, will have a bbq of some type. I rented a small place that had an electric bbq hot plate, you just pressed the button. All of the beache's up and down the coast have these type's of bbq's, most of them at no cost and right on the beach, it's beautiful, they're fully covered too.

Given the climate, all of that makes sense. I do not own a barbeque as I have nowhere to put it. One of my chums has a unit with a 50-50 split between open flame and flat plate. The menu options are infinite with that set-up!

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