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    Cooking for the missus tonight.

    Salmon fillets in garlic butter, broached for about 25 mins
    Pan fried potatos, done in chille olive oil


    roasted chestnuts with pepper

    yum yum



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    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    Cooking for the missus tonight.

    Salmon fillets in garlic butter, broached for about 25 mins
    Pan fried potatos, done in chille olive oil


    roasted chestnuts with pepper

    yum yum



    Not very imaginative EO. Where is the pot noodle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    Cooking for the missus tonight.

    Salmon fillets in garlic butter, broached for about 25 mins
    Pan fried potatos, done in chille olive oil


    roasted chestnuts with pepper

    yum yum



    Very yum.

    What are making up for?

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    Is this in punishment for boiling the chicken dry?

    Sounds nice though, save me some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badger View Post
    Is this in punishment for boiling the chicken dry?

    Sounds nice though, save me some.
    The chicken ? god damn that chicken. havn't I suffered enough ? Did I tell you that the coastguard came round and issued me with a fixed penaly notice ?


    I will save you some salmon in garlic butter mr badger




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    Quote Originally Posted by PRC1964 View Post
    Very yum.

    What are making up for?
    Well she's doing shifts at the moment, covering for sickies, so she needs a lift







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    What's broaching?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moscow Mule View Post
    What's broaching?
    Interesting you should broach that subject, I was going to ask too ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
    Interesting you should broach that subject, I was going to ask too ...
    Perhaps he's going to adorn it with some jewelery?

    broach 1 (brch)
    tr.v. broached, broach·ing, broach·es
    1.
    a. To bring up (a subject) for discussion or debate.
    b. To announce: We broached our plans for the new year.
    2. To pierce in order to draw off liquid: broach a keg of beer.
    3. To draw off (a liquid) by piercing a hole in a cask or other container.
    4. To shape or enlarge (a hole) with a tapered, serrated tool.
    n.
    1.
    a. A tapered, serrated tool used to shape or enlarge a hole.
    b. The hole made by such a tool.
    2. A spit for roasting meat.
    3. A mason's narrow chisel.
    4. A gimlet for tapping or broaching casks.
    5. Variant of brooch.
    ‎"See, you think I give a tulip. Wrong. In fact, while you talk, I'm thinking; How can I give less of a tulip? That's why I look interested."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moscow Mule View Post
    What's broaching?
    Probably wrong, but its a cross between boiling and frying


    I'll ask the missus



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