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Search: Posts Made By: Tony D
Forum: The Galley 15th March 2009, 13:43
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Still have a set of fish knives and forks in me...

Still have a set of fish knives and forks in me cutlery draw,inherited from the folks,can't say I ever saw them in use since I left the sea,or even before I went to sea for that matter.
Forum: The Galley 23rd June 2008, 17:31
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
I remember a dish called Fish Portugaise do not...

I remember a dish called Fish Portugaise do not recall any particular fish being specified,it seemed to involve some white fish portions soused in tomatos and onions,I never liked it so I didn't...
Forum: The Galley 15th February 2008, 15:37
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Brown Windsor Soup? haven't seen that since I...

Brown Windsor Soup? haven't seen that since I left the sea,forgot what it tastes like although I do recall I liked it, don't think Mr Heinz or Mr Baxter makes it or anybody else for that matter.
:)
Forum: The Galley 29th November 2007, 10:52
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Beware the shops of the north are awash with...

Beware the shops of the north are awash with forged stottie now,they look like stottie they feel like stottie but stottie they int.(EEK)
Forum: The Galley 14th August 2007, 18:15
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Ah! pea soup an sippits, put hairs on yer chest...

Ah! pea soup an sippits, put hairs on yer chest that did, only ever got chipolata sauce wi the Christmas Turkey.
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Forum: The Galley 30th May 2007, 00:39
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Here yer go, Snert. Erwtensoep (Dutch pea...

Here yer go, Snert.

Erwtensoep
(Dutch pea soup)
This national Dutch glory--also called snert--is prepared differently in every household--and traditionally it is made a day ahead. Why? To...
Forum: The Galley 19th August 2006, 12:07
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
We ran out of tea once and the Chief Steward...

We ran out of tea once and the Chief Steward bought some when we docked in the Americas, weird stuff it were, huge leaves and bloody mint flavoured,unsurpassed in its awfulness,a British Merchant...
Forum: The Galley 9th July 2006, 11:24
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
The only critisism I have of sea cooks was their...

The only critisism I have of sea cooks was their inability to make good gravy,they all made it the same way,it was passable I suppose ,but nowt like me old mums gravy.
(*))
Ah someone else took...
Forum: The Galley 3rd July 2006, 09:39
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Used to like the tab nab fruit cake, twer about...

Used to like the tab nab fruit cake, twer about four foot square, Manchester tart,as well cut up into squares,yer can't seem to get good fruit cake or spice loaf as some used to call it ashore,lucky...
Forum: The Galley 1st July 2006, 23:05
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Greengage Jam,buggah one remembers thats stuff,as...

Greengage Jam,buggah one remembers thats stuff,as you say the floor of the ogan must be littered with full tins of Greengage Jam.
Bro tells me a funny story re Jam, they have a Norweigien Bosun,he...
Forum: The Galley 26th February 2006, 20:56
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Mebee I was lucky but I was never sailed on a bad...

Mebee I was lucky but I was never sailed on a bad feeder,one thing I did note that because most cooks attended the same cookery schools for their tickets,the ships curry frinstance was very simlar no...
Forum: The Galley 17th February 2006, 23:59
Replies: 703
Views: 100,495
Posted By Tony D
Was I the only person under the Red Duster who...

Was I the only person under the Red Duster who actually liked tinned sausages?,sort of square in cross section they were,nobody else seemed to like em so there were always plenty for me,I loved...
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