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Search: Posts Made By: Peter (Pat) Baker
Forum: The Galley 9th October 2011, 16:30
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Mercant Navy Fare

Alan,

my one and only pub was the Lord Exmouth in Birkenhead.

I rather like the names of two of your pubs.
the Quiet Woman and the Cock Inn,
that'll keep them quiet every time!

Cheers,...
Forum: The Galley 6th October 2011, 16:42
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Alan Ward, Many thanks for your reply. You...

Alan Ward,
Many thanks for your reply.
You joined Harrison Line about the time that
I swallowed the anchor.
I imagine that if you did not get along
with the Pursers job you made a good move...
Forum: The Galley 24th September 2011, 18:46
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Merchant Navy fare

Tony Allen.

Blimey Tony I am getting slow (fried bread).

Many thanks to you, I will certanly look forward
to that recipe.

Pat Baker
Forum: The Galley 23rd September 2011, 16:28
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Merchant Navy fare

Steven J. Card,

I'm afraid that the name was definitely not turbigo,
and that recipe with all those ingredients, especially
the chipolata sausages was way out.

My apologies for that but the...
Forum: The Galley 23rd September 2011, 16:08
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Cool Merchant Navy fare

Tony Allen.

Kidneys & freb I have never heard of.

Was it chopped kidneys in a rich brown sauce?
If so please ask her for the recipe for me.

Regards,

Pat Baker
Forum: The Galley 23rd September 2011, 16:03
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Merchant Navy fare

Peter Martin and Burned Toast.

I'm afraid that devilled kidney was not the name.

That was something different in that it had some sort of spicy
coating to make it hot. Hence the name...
Forum: The Galley 22nd September 2011, 17:30
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Merchant Navy Fare

Alan Ward,

I'm sorry for the delay, but I have only just read your reply
to my query about Harrisons chopped kidney in gravy.

The name was definitely not kidney turbigo.

After all these...
Forum: The Galley 14th July 2009, 13:22
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Re. my last post, for " treanslate" please read...

Re. my last post, for " treanslate" please read "translates"
Peter (Pat) Baker.
Forum: The Galley 14th July 2009, 13:19
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Altough I never heard the name "Guano Kon Tiki"...

Altough I never heard the name "Guano Kon Tiki" (which I imagine treanslate as sh-- on a raft) I remember, with great fondness, from my years in Harisons of Liverpool.
I have been searching for the...
Forum: The Galley 20th August 2007, 12:26
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
Andy, many thanks for your reply, and the...

Andy,

many thanks for your reply, and the recipes.

They sound great and I will definitely try them.

However, the dish I am thinking of was chopped kidney in a rich brown sauce (beefy) and...
Forum: The Galley 16th August 2007, 11:39
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
I did once order devilled kidney for lunch in a...

I did once order devilled kidney for lunch in a very upmarket pub.

This turned out to be a couple of whole kidneys fried (or grilled) in some sort of hot spices.

Whilst it was quite decent it...
Forum: The Galley 15th August 2007, 12:38
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
The things we ate onboard. Menus.

I still remember (with fondness) a breakfast dish which consisted of chopped up kidney in a rich brown sauce served on fried bread.

I have tried for years to order it in whilst eating out, asking...
Forum: The Galley 23rd November 2005, 12:18
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
I also remember Palm Oil Chop (the chop stands...

I also remember Palm Oil Chop (the chop stands for food) in Palm Line. It was served to we officers only on a sunday, in port. down the coast and was made with ingredients bought by the said officers...
Forum: The Galley 22nd November 2005, 13:25
Replies: 703
Views: 98,199
Posted By Peter (Pat) Baker
I remember curry & rice for breakfast in Harrison...

I remember curry & rice for breakfast in Harrison Line, mainly with Jackie Moore as Chief Steward. The 2/E, Wally Brinsdon (a Kiwi) used to have the curry & rice with his egg and bacon on top and use...
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