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Is this really edible?

Post by blythburgh » Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:10 pm

Much as I love creme brulee and chocolate and the I like marshmallows but this recipe is revolting IMHO

https://smores.tv/watch.php?v=5o4ie3x7& ... 7027&sub3=
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by blythburgh » Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:14 pm

Hit to make sure it was right and got an ad before the recipe if you do let it run and you will see chocolate creme brulee topped with sugar as per usual then topped with something like crushed digestive biscuits, marshmallows which are blow torched then bit of chocolate flake and pieces of chocolate then shoved in
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by macliam » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:21 pm

It's garbage .... but look where it comes from. :roll:
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by blythburgh » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:08 am

Yes, only in America. If we start doing it the obesity crisis the NHS is facing will get worse. But on the plus side the obesity crisis will mean people die younger and so less need for care homes for them or less bedblocking by the elderly
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by blythburgh » Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:36 pm

Another smores vid hoping for ads so I earn at prizerebel whilst not on computer.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Grilled Cheese. Make or buy two large cookies. put slice cheese on one, add 2 slilces cooked bacon, 2nd slice of cheese and then put in frying pan to cook I guess as grilled means frying to them :roll:

I feel sick just describing it and love the cookies, cheese and bacon
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by macliam » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:37 pm

Come on, they just have a load of food item descriptions in a big bucket and pick out 3 or 4 at random...... :eh:

I'm waiting for Guacamole Pannacotta with Pastrami on Ryebread. Barbecued, of course. ;)
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by blythburgh » Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:43 am

macliam wrote:Come on, they just have a load of food item descriptions in a big bucket and pick out 3 or 4 at random...... :eh:

I'm waiting for Guacamole Pannacotta with Pastrami on Ryebread. Barbecued, of course. ;)
But great site for Kev when he runs out of ideas (only joking, Kev, I know you turn to Fanny Craddock for inspiration)
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by macliam » Tue Apr 17, 2018 4:43 pm

blythburgh wrote:
macliam wrote:Come on, they just have a load of food item descriptions in a big bucket and pick out 3 or 4 at random...... :eh:

I'm waiting for Guacamole Pannacotta with Pastrami on Ryebread. Barbecued, of course. ;)
But great site for Kev when he runs out of ideas (only joking, Kev, I know you turn to Fanny Craddock for inspiration)
Ah, Fanny and Johnny (titter ye not) .....there's a memory. :D
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by kevinchess1 » Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:17 pm

She’s right about the steak...
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by pakefield » Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:46 pm

If you like your meat "properly" cooked try the carvery at The Wherry in Oulton Broad. The beef is exceptionally well cooked, I think a slice of leather might be easy to chew. :lol:
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