Registered: Mon Feb 10 2003
Loc: Sydney NSW Australia
Is it worth the waiting for, If we live till eighty-four, All we ever get is, GRUEL, Everyday we say a prayer, Will they change the bill of fare, still we get the same old GRUEL "Food,Glorious Food" from Oliver.
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Registered: Mon Apr 22 2002
Loc: Western Australia
We went to a dinner/show at a posh restaurant earlier this year. The desserts were fabulous. The gold dragon on top of the dessert is an edible wafer. Unfortunately, the quality of the photo doesn't really do it justice.
Edited by MotherGoose (Mon Sep 17 200710:28 PM)
Don't say "I can't" ... say " I haven't learned how, yet." (Reg Bolton)
And here is dessert, Apple and Pear Tart with ice cream, obviously. Note the cork at the top of the plate -- the wine was delish! However, the large picture of the grouper had two corks Your dessert looks good, too MG. *licking my chops*
Edited by Jar (Mon Sep 17 200710:33 PM)
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Registered: Tue Dec 28 2004
When we do our re-enactments of the English Civil War, we eat authentic period foods. Here's a whole hogroast, ready for carving by our expert 'chef'! It takes about 12 hours - and considerable skill, to gently roast. Only the skin gets burnt, the meat being cooked perfectly. I hope the sight of a whole pig being prepared doesn't offend too many. There's really no difference between this and a 'barbie' with pork chops, sausages or burgers