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  1. Absolute mess of a plate, terrible lighting taken on my pretty terrible camera phone, but tasty. Duck breast, duck fat potatoes, green beans, tenderstem broccoli, balsamic shallots, blackberry sauce.
  2. +1 for the white pepper. Very under used. I think I might prefer out to black pepper. Used a lot in Chinese cooking.
  3. Spaghetti, ragu. Personally I like using spaghetti. Sorry Italians. The ragu recipe is pretty traditional though.
  4. M&S biscuits are definitely higher quality than other places. Their shortbread is the best I've tasted: Their chocolate covered Viennese are the best I've tasted: Also Borders make good biscuits: https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/290392552 I agree with the stroopwafel suggestion. Not as good as fresh ones in The Netherlands of course, but if you warm these up, they're damn good: https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/294873582 I also like these Amaretti biscuits: https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/257206594
  5. Made a leftover turkey sandwich. Turkey breast, plastic American cheese, gherkins, cranberry sauce, burger sauce.
  6. Yeah I saw Chef John doing that in his tomato soup recipe. You can also throw in some cashews if you have a powerful enough blender. Also Chef Steps has a recipe for an onion cream as a replacement for dairy.
  7. Yeah she has some merch of a woman eating ramen noodles, didn't realise she'd drawn it herself at first. Very cool. Also the whole 'nuders' thing cracks me up (that's how she pronounces 'noodles').
  8. Uh oh, got carried away. Made a bit too much butternut squash and miso soup...
  9. I put the Vitamix blender that @Gotters so kindly sold me today. It was lovely. Steaming hot soup in about 8 minutes from frozen peas and some other ingredients:
  10. Yeah she's quite eccentric, but her recipes are legit. I also like Seonkyoung Longest for Asian recipes/ideas. And Adam Liaw from Australian Masterchef is a bit of a legend. He's just got such a calm demeanour, but he really knows his stuff and the videos he puts out are very professional:
  11. Don't get me wrong, that would be delicious, but BIR is pretty unhealthy.
  12. I've never attempted to make BIR, like Horribleman, I just order a takeaway or go to an Indian a couple of times a year. This guy has legit looking recipes. He's worked in British Indian restaurants and he runs his own course on how to cook BIR.
  13. This person is constantly making flatbreads on her instagram stories, so I presume they're solid: http://www.helengraves.co.uk/easy-everyday-flatbreads-recipe/
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