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Sausage & Bacon Rolls

Sausage & Bacon Rolls It's lunch-time @ the Kennett family household again this day. We'd decide not to go out to eat anywhere, but rather to have yours truly produce something to eat this VERY hot and sticky Singapore day. Literally none of us wanted to venture outside, it really was so so hot. So off I went quickly with the kids to get some supplies and created Sausage & Bacon Rolls. Placing this one in to Bloke's Recipe category, as come on fellas, it's sausages and bacon deep ...

Thai peanuts – beer food

Thai peanuts - beer food Easy peasy lemon squeezy - well actually lime, but we'll get to that. Here is my Thai peanuts - beer food. This is a cracker fellas. Get some beers in the fridge and sit down to this salty, sour, spicy little number. It's so flipping easy, but so so so good, believe me you are going to love this one!!! All you need to do to make my Thai peanuts - beer food, is to take a bowl and throw all these ingredients in, give a stir and then serve, with a beer of course. ...

Beef and cheese tortillas

Beef and cheese tortillas Superb snack for the kids (and big kids hence it going to bloke's category), that takes literally 5 minutes to make. This is really really easy. So come on blokes/Dads get your apron on and get cooking Beef and cheese tortillas for your kids, they'll love you for it. This idea for Beef and cheese tortillas came to me one day when Amy wanted something to eat, URGENTLY. We had not long ago been to the restaurant,Viva Mexico, so I got all creative like with ...

Spam & Corned Beef Sisig

Spam & Corned Beef Sisig Off to the Philippines now for my version of one my all time Filipino dishes, Sisig. But this is Spam & Corned Beef Sisig, my style. Daddypedia time now; I had no idea that Sisig is a Kapampangan word to describe snacking on something sour. I did check that with Mary first, but he didn't know ha ha. Apparently it usually refers to fruits. In The Philippines that usually means unripe fruit, such as green mango, so you get the sour flavour. You then dip in the ...