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Dec
30
Phil

British Rail Sandwich

British Rail Sandwich British Rail was famous in the eighties for its appalling food on board trains. They were also famous for making sandwiches look really full by having a thick dose of filling at the edges but leaving the majority of the sandwich bare. Well, it seems I caught the deli counter in Taste doing the same thing. As evidence, here is the Tandoori Panini I bought for lunch:
Dec
28
Phil

Nino’s Cozinha – Plastic Portugese

Nino’s Cozinha – Plastic Portugese My wife and I fancied a quick bite out for lunch so we thought we would try one of the restaurants in the QRE tower which is very close to where we live. I picked Nino’s Cozhina for no other reason than I guessed it was Portugese and that sounded just the ticket at the time. As the lift door opens you are immediately thrust into the dining room. There is no entrance way as such. I am sure this is as...
Dec
26
Phil

Mediterranean Rice

Mediterranean Rice This is a rice recipe which is absolutely delicious. So good in fact, I was too eager to serve it and forgot to take any photographs until there was only a little left. This was made with chicken but could easily be made with most minced meats, especially lamb. A perfect meal with a feta cheese salad, or as part of a larger spread with Isreali or Lebanese influences. To make four servings you will...
Dec
23
Phil

Chopped Chicken Salad

Chopped Chicken Salad This is perfect as either a main dish, served on a bed of crunchy lettuce, or as a side dish on its own. Guaranteed to be a hit. To make enough for 3 to 4 for a main you will need… 4 cooked chicken breasts, chopped into bite size chunks 5 strips of American style or streaky bacon, cooked crispy and crumbled. 2 celery sticks 1 large Fuji Apple, cored and chopped. 1 200g jar (scant cup) mayonnaise (I...
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