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From: Dr Nick (FOZZA)16 Aug 2012 21:02
To: ALL1 of 14
if you are reading this and want to join in or just listen live then add fozza101 on skype
From: Serg (NUKKLEAR)16 Aug 2012 21:08
To: Dr Nick (FOZZA) 2 of 14
I thought you said 9pm :o I'm online already
From: Dr Nick (FOZZA)16 Aug 2012 21:17
To: Serg (NUKKLEAR) 3 of 14
me too but at the moment that makes 2 :)
From: Dr Nick (FOZZA)16 Aug 2012 21:18
To: Serg (NUKKLEAR) 4 of 14
also you aint on skype
From: Serg (NUKKLEAR)16 Aug 2012 21:32
To: Dr Nick (FOZZA) 5 of 14
I am, I added you... unfortunately I've now got stuff to do :C
From: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ)16 Aug 2012 21:36
To: Dr Nick (FOZZA) 6 of 14
I'm just about to start cooking my dinner (running late), but I may pop in later.
From: Dr Nick (FOZZA)16 Aug 2012 21:38
To: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ) 7 of 14
what times your eta? cant take that long to eat a pot noodle?
From: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ)17 Aug 2012 07:17
To: Dr Nick (FOZZA) 8 of 14
Meh - it was pork and leeks in a creamy cider sauce, I'll have you know. And by the time I'd cooked and eaten it, and washed up, I was too tired to do anything other than get to bed. Hope you had a good session. We can always do a food slot in the next one...
EDITED: 17 Aug 2012 09:48 by WINGNUTKJ
From: ANT_THOMAS17 Aug 2012 09:11
To: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ) 9 of 14
Sounds nice.
From: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ)17 Aug 2012 18:22
To: ANT_THOMAS 10 of 14

It was very nice!


Some pork, a leek, some cider, some double cream, some cheese. Maybe an apple. Spuds or rice?


Chop the pork into bite-size chunks.
Brown in a frying pan over a medium heat for a minute or two.
Turn the heat down to low and cover with a lid.
While it's cooking, chop the leeks up, wash the earth out, bung in the pan.
If you've got an apple, chop it up and bung it in.
Cover the pan, and leave it for a few minutes more (sort out your spuds or rice).
Once you've got your spuds or rice on, pour some cider into the frying pan a good glug, but less than quarter of a pan. Let it reduce down, moving stuff round the pan for a couple of minutes to look busy.
Pour in some cream and stir well.
Grate in some cheese, continuing to stir well. Cheddar or something suitably melty.
Season to taste.
Let it all gently reduce down for as long as you've got until the spuds or rice are ready.
Serve and eat.


You can also do it as a casserole in the oven, but that's too much like hard work for me.







From: Lucy (X3N0PH0N)17 Aug 2012 20:58
To: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ) 11 of 14
Ever since the chocolate video it's been bugging me as to who it is that I believe you sound like. And it came to me while reading this post (because if I know someone's voice I can't help reading their posts in their voice).

It is: Fred MacAulay.
From: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ)17 Aug 2012 22:29
To: Lucy (X3N0PH0N) 12 of 14
From: Manthorp17 Aug 2012 22:29
To: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ) 13 of 14
Could you say that in a Scotch accent?
From: Lucy (X3N0PH0N)17 Aug 2012 22:34
To: Kenny J (WINGNUTKJ) 14 of 14