Everyday Food Pics - Part II - keep snapping!! :D

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Ruby Ripples

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I lost my camera cable about two months ago and just found it yesterday so I have three pics of lunches.

First is walnut bread (delicious and from Tesco you Brits), with butter, avocado, rocket and prawns in marie rose sauce.



Second is brocolli and sundried tomato quiche with tongue, avocado, coleslaw, mixed salad and home made honey & mustard dressing over most of it.



Last is today's lunch. Sliced roast beef, hummus, sugarsnap peas, dolmades, feta-stuffed mini peppers, rocket, sunbush tomato & mini mozzarellas, gherkin spears, sweetcorn.

 

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Firecracker* sliders and parmesean garlic steak fries.

*Not actually very 'firecracker' since I don't do spicy things
 

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I've been trying some new, and old bread recipes. . Have been trying to get a decent sourdough bread, and here it is. .sort of... It rose more than I thought it would, but has the great "crusty" texture, and the interesting "sourdough" flavor.

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I've been trying some new, and old bread recipes. . Have been trying to get a decent sourdough bread, and here it is. .sort of... It rose more than I thought it would, but has the great "crusty" texture, and the interesting "sourdough" flavor.
Yum! I love homemade bread! I wasn't able to rep you!
 

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I made quiche this afternoon. I'll have it for brunch tomorrow, since I think it's better after a night in the frig.

These ingredients for two varieties:

  • Spinach, Italian hot sausage, and mozzarella
  • Mushrooms, bacon, and cheddar


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Yes, I cheat and use a store bought crust. Life is too short to fret about making it homemade :)

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I like to dip my toast in egg. I love asparagus barely cooked and salty. Like it to still crunch.


Same! I've been loving your posts too Connie, your food is all right up my street! Plz post more. :eat2:

If it's not too personal a question.... do you dip your asparagus spears into your fried egg yolk? :p
 

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Last month, Bon Appetit announced to its readers that they could cook the main recipe from the cover, take a photo of it and submit it. If they like it, they will publish it in the magazine. I couldn't leave well enough alone and I had to re-create the cover in its entirety. I couldn't find the exact fonts that they used, but I think I captured the spirit of it. Here is my submission. Maybe they'll like it.



here is the original cover

 

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Gorgeous, Vardon! But I'd hardly call that an "everyday" food pic. Our food porn thread is 5 pages back. You should revive it! :eat2:
 

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Gorgeous, Vardon! But I'd hardly call that an "everyday" food pic. Our food porn thread is 5 pages back. You should revive it! :eat2:
He does know how to do some serious "porn"!!! I have been waiting with bated breath for another of his submissions. Now I'm off to smoke a ciggy!!!!! ;)
 

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Man alive, that is a MONSTER Tomato! The bacon weave made me laugh, I was imagining your dog looking at it with a confused expression :p

Okra .... :sad:
 

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I can't believe I've been missing out on this foodee board for so long.

this is one of my favorite pasta dishes to make because it's so easy and it comes out pretty good every time.

It's just some wide noodles of your choice (I prefer pappardelle) asparagus, bacon and some creme fraiche. tada!


And this is one of my favorite meals made for me. Raita, a little basmati, curried chicken and tomato salad.

 

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Kings Arms II Diner
553 State Route 36 (Seeley Street), Belford, NJ

Silver dollar pancakes. Who puts 18 in an order??? Delicious. I managed eat 12 of them and some bacon.

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Regular French toast on the left. Thick cut French toast on the right (mine :D ). Once again, impossible to eat it all.

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