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Old 29th November 2011, 11:20
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devilled kidneys on toast

Does anyone please know the recipe for the above used on BP tankers during the 1960`s.Sometimes nicknamed"Sh_ _ on rafts".It was made with some sort of sauce/gravy and I personally thought it was great but as they say it can be like marmite,love it or hate it.
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Old 29th November 2011, 11:35
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Finely chopped onion
Worcestershire Sauce
Chilli Powder
Corn Flour

Saute all together until kidneys are cooked and sauce has thickened.
Serve on a slice of toast (fried bread is the healthy option).

Now tip into gash bucket and make something edible !
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Old 29th November 2011, 11:38
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Finely chopped onion
Worcestershire Sauce
Chilli Powder
Corn Flour

Saute all together until kidneys are cooked and sauce has thickened.
Serve on a slice of toast (fried bread is the healthy option).

Now tip into gash bucket and make something edible !
Philistine! (Funny though).

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Old 8th January 2013, 07:56
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kidneys on toast aka kidney kon tiki
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Old 8th January 2013, 08:27
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Does anyone please know the recipe for the above used on BP tankers during the 1960`s.Sometimes nicknamed"Sh_ _ on rafts".It was made with some sort of sauce/gravy and I personally thought it was great but as they say it can be like marmite,love it or hate it.
The US version was s**** on a shingle.
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Old 8th January 2013, 17:24
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Known in the RN as "Crap en Croute"
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I assume wer'e talking Lamb Frams here, loverly.

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Sprout's were alway's considered to be the creation of the devil in the RN and have in the past been banned.
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Old 8th January 2013, 19:19
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Sprout's were alway's considered to be the creation of the devil in the RN and have in the past been banned.
Can I assume that communal sleeping was a factor
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Old 8th January 2013, 19:32
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One of my favourite meals but always had them with sausages added too.
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Old 8th January 2013, 19:37
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I would have to starve to eat crap like that,I have eaten crap but not kidney crap. I know you have to cook the piss out of them before eating. Its like eating Carp,you first put the carp on a cutting board,clean it, then put it in the oven and cook it,when cooked throw the carp away and eat the cutting board.
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Sprout's were alway's considered to be the creation of the devil in the RN and have in the past been banned.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...able-ship.html

Note the unnecessary definite article preceding HMS Bulwark!!

Seriously though sprouts that have been lightly steamed or (better) fried with sweet chestnuts and pancetta have none of the sulphurous taste or flatulatory aftermath!!
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I like kidneys AND sprouts. Is there an organisation that can help me?

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Mmmm, chocolate coated sprouts and kidneys with holes in them - sounds good!

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Love sprouts but kideli only in snake and pygmy pud.
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One of my favourite meals but always had them with sausages added too.
Wasn't that Kidney Tobago Pat?
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Can we lay offa the humble kidney bashing gents. It's only a bit of offal and the various organs are an aquired taste to anyone, don't think I know a single person who enjoys the whole offal experience. Theres always one you can't eat. Now come on who's for a nice piece of creamed Tripe, uuuugh.
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Can we lay offa the humble kidney bashing gents. It's only a bit of offal and the various organs are an aquired taste to anyone, don't think I know a single person who enjoys the whole offal experience. Theres always one you can't eat. Now come on who's for a nice piece of creamed Tripe, uuuugh.
Fried Tripe in batteryum
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Tripe yes ! and sweetbreads too . Just waiting for the invitation .
The sh1te on a shingle you can keep ; edible but not preferred .
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Fried Tripe in batteryum
Pickled, on the bar, in the local, Sunday afternoons. Well it used to be along with sliced onions, cheese, biscuits & roast spuds.
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Pickled, on the bar, in the local, Sunday afternoons. Well it used to be along with sliced onions, cheese, biscuits & roast spuds.
Aye Kevin and only a few years ago, with black pudding as well.
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Aye Kevin and only a few years ago, with black pudding as well.
I remember staggering home after one Sunday sesh before I got married and me Ma givin it the old Dinners in the Dog routine, "Dosshhnt matter, I slurred, Had me Dinna off the bar"

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Can we lay offa the humble kidney bashing gents. It's only a bit of offal and the various organs are an aquired taste to anyone, don't think I know a single person who enjoys the whole offal experience. Theres always one you can't eat. Now come on who's for a nice piece of creamed Tripe, uuuugh.
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