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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Pizza with no cheese.

    Just pizza dough with tomato base, nduja and red onion,a thin base baked crispy.......delicious
    Agree with this. Thin, crispy base, no cheese, just the sauce and some fresh basil. Very nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lyonhibs View Post
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    I've got a mate from Italy out here who's got a proper oven, imports that AA strength flour etc. Basically, takes pizza really seriously.

    I could eat the pizza bases he makes with a bit of garlic infused olive oil on top until I had to be removed from the premises by helicopter.

    Absolutely delicious.
    My local takeaway does something like that. They call it focaccia formagio, it comes with a container of tomato pizza topping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Pizza with no cheese.

    Just pizza dough with tomato base, nduja and red onion,a thin base baked crispy.......delicious
    Or even without the tomato base. Anchovies, capers, basil and olive oil. Lovely.

    Still prefer my pizza smothered with cheeses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Pizza with no cheese.

    Just pizza dough with tomato base, nduja and red onion,a thin base baked crispy.......delicious
    This is called a ' pizza bianca ' ie a white pizza and can be delicious. Sometimes I think that the cheese can mask the other flavours.

    My favourite is a tomato sauce - not too much - with thinly sliced garlic, anchovies and onion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    This is called a ' pizza bianca ' ie a white pizza and can be delicious. Sometimes I think that the cheese can mask the other flavours.

    My favourite is a tomato sauce - not too much - with thinly sliced garlic, anchovies and onion!
    No mate pizza Bianca or white pizza is without tomato sauce not cheese. Unless you are talking in Rome where it is basically plain dough sprinkled with coarse salt.
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    We've been to the east coast of Italy a couple of times and our favourite is the thin pizza base with sliced potato, olive oil and rosemary. Fantastic!!

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    [QUOTE=Scouse Hibby;5343357]No mate pizza Bianca or white pizza is without tomato sauce not cheese. Unless you are talking in Rome where it is basically plain dough sprinkled with coarse salt.[/QUOT

    Good point! It was by Stazione Termini where it is rectangular and sold by length.

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    Frying up a fishcake and squashing it in a buttered roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Frying up a fishcake and squashing it in a buttered roll.
    Never tried this. I love a fish cake so will give that a go. No frying though, oven for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Frying up a fishcake and squashing it in a buttered roll.
    I do something similar. Some bars here are open all night and once in a while I stagger out after sunrise and after all the kebab shops have shut up shop. When I get home I like to fry myself some fish fingers and then squash them between 2 slices of toast with lashings of mayonnaise and ketchup. I'm never quite as close to divorce as I am when the Mrs gets up to see the devastation I leave behind me in the kitchen. The inevitable hangover is the least of my worries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Frying up a fishcake and squashing it in a buttered roll.
    Been doing that for years, very decent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    I do something similar. Some bars here are open all night and once in a while I stagger out after sunrise and after all the kebab shops have shut up shop. When I get home I like to fry myself some fish fingers and then squash them between 2 slices of toast with lashings of mayonnaise and ketchup. I'm never quite as close to divorce as I am when the Mrs gets up to see the devastation I leave behind me in the kitchen. The inevitable hangover is the least of my worries.
    To be honest, ****faced cooking is fraught with real danger. A simple "well at least I didn't burn the place down" should placate the good lady no?

    My preferred danger meal in this situation is cheese and chorizo on toast or 2 beef empañadas from the life saving 24hr bakery.

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    I have to admit I do have a fondness for all things chilli. Fresh chillies/chilli sauce/chilli flakes etc and have a tendency to add one of the above to many things I eat. In fact last week my son referred to me as half man/half chilli 😂
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    I love the roe that you sometimes find on cooked pink prawns.

    Little bubbles of salt!

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    I love the roe that you sometimes find on cooked pink prawns.

    Little bubbles of salt!
    Worked in a place that sold Moreton Bay bugs! Don't sound that nice and don't look much better, but the amount of roe they had was unreal. Looked like salmon pearls. The other chef used to just eat them straight off the thing! Not for me, but apparently delicious.

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    Washing my porridge pot, after it's been soaked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Washing my porridge pot, after it's been soaked.
    Is that a euphemism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Is that a euphemism?
    It is and it isn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Washing my porridge pot, after it's been soaked.
    I hope you wash your spurtle as well (euphanism or not ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    I hope you wash your spurtle as well (euphanism or not ).
    Thanks for your concern.

    However, I have a self cleaning spurtle.
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    Drinking Worcestershire sauce out the bottle. Pouring salt into my hand and eating it, sometimes both at the same time.

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    Drinking Worcestershire sauce out the bottle. Pouring salt into my hand and eating it, sometimes both at the same time.
    Thats mega weird. I drink beetroot vinegar straight out the jar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. S View Post
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    Thats mega weird. I drink beetroot vinegar straight out the jar

    I also put butter on digestive biscuits then put them on a roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    Drinking Worcestershire sauce out the bottle. Pouring salt into my hand and eating it, sometimes both at the same time.
    Oh I love that stuff. My favourite drink is a Bloody Mary with loads of Worcestershire sauce, with an even bigger dose of vodka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    Oh I love that stuff. My favourite drink is a Bloody Mary with loads of Worcestershire sauce, with an even bigger dose of vodka.
    Being a pro Anglo Scot i like to top my bloody mary up with half a can of irn bru.

    Seriously for a second much prefer my bloody marys virgin ie no vodka as it adds absolutely nothing to the taste IMO.

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    Sticking a couple of tattie scones in the toaster until they’re warm & then buttering one side of each.

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    Cheese and T's - a triangle of darylee "cheese" sandwiched between 2 richtea biscuits. Delightful.
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    I also put butter on digestive biscuits then put them on a roll.
    No you dont, thats not a thing! You cant have a biscuit roll

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    Anchovy cream cracker sandwich
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    Anchovy cream cracker sandwich

    Anchovies in a roast beef sandwich. The sort from a tin, not the silver kind.

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