Pork, sausages and vegetables

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  1. ROBBO55

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    The wife has gone away again so this should feed me for a few days.
    The Handi lantern is working nicely.

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    That's a nice dinner you have there!
     
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    A well lit meal!:thumbup:
     
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    :-k How's your cholesterol level these days, Martin... ;) :lol:
     
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    David

    Looking at the lad (no proof here, of course), I’d say he had the cholesterol of a greyhound.

    Cheers

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    Thanks Colin, I enjoyed it very much and will again tonight. :content:

    Jeff, yes the Handi is a bright well performing lantern for it's size. 8]

    David / Tony, I appreciate your concern and you'll be glad to know my cholesterol level is OK. I think it's genetics. :-k :lol:

    I didn't eat it all last night. There is enough for another two nights and probably some Bubble 'n' Squeak. :thumbup:
     
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    Looking good @ROBBO55, I too am bacheloring. My meals have been cooked on the BBQ, the usual steak, lamb chops and of course the snags. I still love snags with tomato sauce in a slice of bread, onions of course. Goes down well with a quiet Tooheys Old. Gotta do it with a lamp though.
    Cheers
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    What are snags?
     
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    @Jean J

    Snags = Sausages.

    Tony
     
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    @AussiePete

    You're right Pete, you can't beat a BBQ for cooking meat. It gives it that good smoky flavour. As you can see mine is a wood burner (or large wood gasifier stove) and rather rustic. The good thing is no cleaning, just through the grill on and let the last meal burn off :content:.

    Take care of yourself.

    @Jean J

    I once had a Canadian cousin visiting.
    I told her we were going to get a slab and throw some snags on the barbie.
    Her reply was we're going to get which and throw what at Barbie? And who is Barbie?

    Translation
    We are going to get a box of 2 dozen beers and some sausages and cook the sausages on a barbeque for lunch. :thumbup:
     
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    @ROBBO55

    The best test for overseas visitors is to say:

    “Don’t come the raw prawn with me, you bloody drongo”.

    Cheers

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    @Tony Press :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
    Yes, another bit of our confusing language.
     
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    Australia is the only country that a black horse can be a fair cow
     
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