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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: KFC Chicken-a-like
« on: January 10, 2012, 11:17 PM »
Does anyone know how KFC get their chicken so tender so it's almost falling off the bone? Presumably it's some kind of slow cook pre-cook or a soaking in a tenderising fluid or some kind?

Natt
I read it on line somewhere that It's done in a pressure cooker, (can't remember where) but who knows if this is true or not, but there chicken is certainly tender.
But on there TV advert it show's it cooked from raw ???

Les

Yep, they use pressure fryers and soak the chicken in buttermilk before coating.

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: city vs UNITED
« on: January 10, 2012, 11:15 PM »
Ray....UTID xx

Typical Manc...it's spelt "UNITED"  ::)  :P

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: city vs UNITED
« on: January 09, 2012, 10:42 PM »
Just another point to our noisy neighbours, Played City x 3, won x 2, lost x 1.........me thinks that they need to do much better if they really want to claim this City?

Or they could be lucky and get a decent referee....

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR
« on: December 31, 2011, 06:46 PM »

The Idea is to get someone to do it for you......  ;)

Do you know anyone with a constitution strong enough, a good set of garden shears and forearms like Popeye? :-\

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR
« on: December 31, 2011, 06:16 PM »
I tried squatting over a mirror but 'im indoors came charging in and nearly broke me shoulder though he did say if I'd have fallen down that hole I'd have broken me bleedin' neck....cheek!

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: local TA observations
« on: December 31, 2011, 04:52 PM »
Beef Vindaloo
Never seen this on a menu before
I didn't know curry houses cooked beef

Hi Haldi,

Southern Indian restaurants do beef curries. Used to be a couple of brother from Kerala that had a restaurant near me and their beef dishes were superb though they didn't do beef madras/vindaloos, their dishes had exotic names. Not standard BIR fare by any stretch. :)

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR
« on: December 31, 2011, 04:45 PM »
I'm afraid this current trend of feminine topiary's not for me. How the heck I'm supposed to lift my gunt, use a razor AND hold a mirror is beyond me.....after my last try out my mimsy looked like a cross between Jackie Stallone and Colonel Gadaffi - after he'd been captured.  >:( <shakes head>

Consider the tone well and truly lowered :D

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR
« on: December 31, 2011, 04:11 PM »
With help like that I'll bet you've not got many :D Anyroad, I'm off to trim me hairy bits, they're as long as a muslim's beard!

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR
« on: December 31, 2011, 02:33 PM »
That just made a little bit of sick come up to my mouth, HS :o

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Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR
« on: December 30, 2011, 09:40 PM »
Ah shull tak that as a sign tae tak a right guid willie-waught! Up yer bawbags an' aw' that keek, eh? :D Haun's across tha sea, Pal, haun's across tha sea...... :P

Domi
You are going to confuse the natives with that kind of talk  ;)

Les

My grandfather was from Glagow, but alas I am afraid I was not able to make myself understood when I arrived in glasgow back in the 80's to work and asked someone for Sauciehall street!!!! (Sauchiehall street!!!) lol :) But I had the greatest of laughs when I went for my first Indian on that street on our first night, only to be met by what I consider the tallest Indian waiter I have ever met and excuse my language, dark as the ace of spades. He opened the door to five of us and in the broadest Glaswegian accent said, "Alright lads what is it you'll be having??!!" After having fell about laughing we continued to order and ordered 5 naan breads which came out about 3 feet long which we had in the back of the van for about 2 weeks!! lol :)

Ah yes, Those were the day's my friend, Those were the day's, When men were men, and women were glad of it ;D

Les

Thought you were going to say when men were men and so were the women..... :D

Ah shull tak that as a sign tae tak a right guid willie-waught! Up yer bawbags an' aw' that keek, eh? :D Haun's across tha sea, Pal, haun's across tha sea...... :P

Domi
You are going to confuse the natives with that kind of talk  ;)

Les

My grandfather was from Glagow, but alas I am afraid I was not able to make myself understood when I arrived in glasgow back in the 80's to work and asked someone for Sauciehall street!!!! (Sauchiehall street!!!) lol :) But I had the greatest of laughs when I went for my first Indian on that street on our first night, only to be met by what I consider the tallest Indian waiter I have ever met and excuse my language, dark as the ace of spades. He opened the door to five of us and in the broadest Glaswegian accent said, "Alright lads what is it you'll be having??!!" After having fell about laughing we continued to order and ordered 5 naan breads which came out about 3 feet long which we had in the back of the van for about 2 weeks!! lol :)

My husband always laughs at sikhs with a strong Glaswegian accent - I think he expects them to sound like those from It Ain't 'Alf Hot Mum....eeh! you can take the boy out of Huddersfield an' that lol

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