Saturday night feast at AO

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max and caddy wrote:Love to join in with this and contribute...but I'm a thick northern grease monkey...my culinary delights don't include Italian generally ( Pizza Hut is as close I get ) so at a bit of a loss for something to bring along...I'm not bringing peroni because it's pish..

Any suggestions?

Well, no-one has to be Gordon Ramsey I'm glad to say. How about just some fresh pasta and ready made sauce? Or even some nice Italian bread like focaccia?
If they don't sell that kind of thing in t'corner shop or whatever you have in the frozen north, you're bound to pass a supermarket on your way down south :lol:
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Am in same boat ( clueless bachelor )
There is a Sainsbury s a mile away so will go for a walk Saturday morning and get something fresh baked
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Bucketbabe wrote:I should have mentioned this days ago :oops: don't forget your plates, cutlery and glasses.

Also, if anyone has a table they don't mind loaning for the duration of Saturday evening, that would be much appreciated.

I’ve one spare table, and the second one will be available once the spag is cooked and the boll re-heated,

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Boll part cooked and now frozen hope everyone is hungry

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WOW!!

Cancel all other food, all we need is bread to mop up that lovely looking sauce.
That's amazing, thanks Gary and Sheila
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Bucketbabe wrote:
max and caddy wrote:Love to join in with this and contribute...but I'm a thick northern grease monkey...my culinary delights don't include Italian generally ( Pizza Hut is as close I get ) so at a bit of a loss for something to bring along...I'm not bringing peroni because it's pish..

Any suggestions?

Well, no-one has to be Gordon Ramsey I'm glad to say. How about just some fresh pasta and ready made sauce? Or even some nice Italian bread like focaccia?
If they don't sell that kind of thing in t'corner shop or whatever you have in the frozen north, you're bound to pass a supermarket on your way down south :lol:

I actually live in a city...well almost..will see if I can find some fockincacca bread then...not sure if warburtons do it sliced tho...

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max and caddy wrote:
Bucketbabe wrote:
max and caddy wrote:Love to join in with this and contribute...but I'm a thick northern grease monkey...my culinary delights don't include Italian generally ( Pizza Hut is as close I get ) so at a bit of a loss for something to bring along...I'm not bringing peroni because it's pish..

Any suggestions?

Well, no-one has to be Gordon Ramsey I'm glad to say. How about just some fresh pasta and ready made sauce? Or even some nice Italian bread like focaccia?
If they don't sell that kind of thing in t'corner shop or whatever you have in the frozen north, you're bound to pass a supermarket on your way down south :lol:

I actually live in a city...well almost..will see if I can find some fockincacca bread then...not sure if warburtons do it sliced tho...

fockincacca :rofl :rofl :rofl

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bat wrote:
Bucketbabe wrote:I should have mentioned this days ago :oops: don't forget your plates, cutlery and glasses.

Also, if anyone has a table they don't mind loaning for the duration of Saturday evening, that would be much appreciated.

I’ve one spare table, and the second one will be available once the spag is cooked and the boll re-heated,

Image
Boll part cooked and now frozen hope everyone is hungry

Regards Sheila & Gary
looks wonderful :mrgreen:

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Roger was given a bottle of whiskey for Father's day, weeeeellll - it's been sat on the side in the kitchen for too long. A lemon and whiskey cake is on it's way to AO :lol: :roll:

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devonmaid wrote:Roger was given a bottle of whiskey for Father's day, weeeeellll - it's been sat on the side in the kitchen for too long. A lemon and whiskey cake is on it's way to AO :lol: :roll:

I do like this Julia - sounds rather yummy and Pete's taste buds are tingling already
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We shall contribute Crostata di Fragole - allbeit made with English strawberries
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I've just got some clotted cream as well. Hope it's a combination that works well.

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Fiona,

Paste table will be with us
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Brilliant, thanks Pete and Sharon.

Packing loose elastic-waisted clothes. Also, i won't eat between now and Saturday.
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Little and often....that's my advice.

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