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stephen129

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  1. I tried the lime and chilli and the chipotle chicken wing flavours. Both pretty bad. Avoid.
  2. Anyone got a way to watch the City Madrid game? Ahem.
  3. Dafuq is De Gea doing there? How does he keep spilling everything?
  4. I think we might lose today...
  5. I just don't really understand what's happened to him. It seems the issue is mental. He's 29 years old which should be peak for a goalkeeper. Kinda reminds me of Djokovic becoming a bit shit for a while, but then sorting his head out and becoming no.1 again.
  6. I still can't decide if De Gea is just going through a really poor patch of form, or if his ability has permanently deteriorated. Every mistake he makes the more I think it's the latter. Sad to see. He's been such a great player for us.
  7. I don't think you'll win picking 22 twice.
  8. Yeah, not being able to fit it in the sink was really annoying.
  9. I have one of these (by Andrew James, not made by lodge). I find the size quite impractical. Great if you're cooking for loads of people, but a standard cast iron skillet is much more practical.
  10. I don't understand how it saves time? I've put chicken breast directly into things like green curry and it comes out very tender. You just need to ensue you don't overcook it. Can't see how cooking it separately provides any benefits. Happy to be proved wrong though.
  11. What's the benefit of pre-cooking the meat?
  12. Lots of good Korean dishes to discover. I like the grilled meats, kalbi, bulgogi, samgyeopsal etc. The jeon (pancakes) are good, especially the haemul (seafood). The tofu stews called Sundubu-jjigae are good with a side of rice (especially in winter). Japchae is a decent noodle dish. Sounds strange, but they do these ice cold noodle dishes called Naengmyeon which are really nice in summer. Kimbap (kinda like a Korean, usually vegetarian) form of sushi, flavoured with sesame oil. Dolsot bibimbap is a rice dish with lots of vegetables that you mix in with gochujang. It's put in a really hot stone bowl so the bottom goes crispy. Ughh, I miss Korean food. Need to get back to New Malden when I can.
  13. Never had it in a drink. Sounds nice. Goes very well with a lamb shank or shoulder too.
  14. You mean the Tteokbokki (rice cakes)? You'd have to get them from an Asian supermarket. Preferably a Korean one. If you have a Seoul Plaza or Korea Foods anywhere near you, they'll definitely sell everything you need. While you're there get gochujang (chilli paste), doenjang (soy bean paste), Korean sesame oil, gochugaru (chilli flakes used to make kimchi and other dishes). I also like the pajeon (Korean pancake) mix.
  15. I like the look of this. I suspect a lot of my ground spices have lost a lot of their flavour. Also I don't have a good way to see which spices is which. They're all in a shoebox so I end up picking out loads of them trying to find the correct one. With these tubs you can see each one if you stack them all on top of each other. I need a spice grinder too.
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