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Old 17th February 2011, 10:51 PM   #141
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depends on how much chicken is being made. I usually make 3 frozen thighs at a sitting.
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Old 17th February 2011, 11:50 PM   #142
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Flatbread aka tortillas aka pizza, tonight.
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looks good Cal, will it be baked too

if I loaded my pizzas that way, it would be all over the place

man, I could make 10 pizzas from all that
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daaaaaaam that looks good
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What, no WS in there? Sacrebleu!
Wuster, Maggi, tomato sauce or even mustard, take your pick.
Of course they are just fine on their own.

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Oyster sauce, soya, dry onion soup, hoisin, bean paste, chili garlic sauce... = more picks
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Default Garlic - Yechhhh.

Hmmmm, I usually use minimal if not zero condiments.
Good natural ingredients don't need embellishment to my taste, but yes a little extravagance is ok from time to time.
Call it plain cooking, but that is what my system prefers.

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