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food dishes of the 1980s


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Chilled “Kiwi” Gazpacho

- Chicken Breast wrapped in parma ham with a salad of kiwi fruit.

- Kiwi crème brulee

that made me laugh :laugh:

chicken wrapped and with various stuffings certainly seemed to become popular in the eighties.

from what little experience i have of dining in the eighties i certainly remember my father cooking from josceline dimbleby such exotic recipes as a whole pumpkin filled with some sort of gingery, cashewy chickeny mix, it was delicious! a bombe with grated chocolate in the centre and lots of pavlovas.

i made crepes suzette the other day and it was awesome. more sweet sauces should be mounted with butter and loaded with alcohol!

the rise of m & s party food?

Matt Christmas.

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Chilled “Kiwi” Gazpacho

- Chicken Breast wrapped in parma ham with a salad of kiwi fruit.

- Kiwi crème brulee

that made me laugh :laugh:

chicken wrapped and with various stuffings certainly seemed to become popular in the eighties.

from what little experience i have of dining in the eighties i certainly remember my father cooking from josceline dimbleby such exotic recipes as a whole pumpkin filled with some sort of gingery, cashewy chickeny mix, it was delicious! a bombe with grated chocolate in the centre and lots of pavlovas.

i made crepes suzette the other day and it was awesome. more sweet sauces should be mounted with butter and loaded with alcohol!

the rise of m & s party food?

Matt Christmas.

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Chilled “Kiwi” Gazpacho

- Chicken Breast wrapped in parma ham with a salad of kiwi fruit.

- Kiwi crème brulee

that made me laugh :laugh:

chicken wrapped and with various stuffings certainly seemed to become popular in the eighties.

from what little experience i have of dining in the eighties i certainly remember my father cooking from josceline dimbleby such exotic recipes as a whole pumpkin filled with some sort of gingery, cashewy chickeny mix, it was delicious! a bombe with grated chocolate in the centre and lots of pavlovas.

i made crepes suzette the other day and it was awesome. more sweet sauces should be mounted with butter and loaded with alcohol!

the rise of m & s party food?

Matt Christmas.

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