What I ate today - the food thread

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mrs.dr.ron

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WOW ! thats some great food cough !! I am surprised Robert Molines is still cooking - he must be a fair age now - when we lived in the Hunter Valley (1975- 1992) his restaurant in Cessnock was the best one !!
 

TheRealTMA

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WOW ! thats some great food cough !! I am surprised Robert Molines is still cooking - he must be a fair age now - when we lived in the Hunter Valley (1975- 1992) his restaurant in Cessnock was the best one !!
Bistro Molines was head and shoulders above everything else. Brilliant setting just like a French country bistro. Very good food and generous servings, great staff.
 

JohnK

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My first attempt at pizza ala JohnK. Vegetarian pizza with ham. Looked OK before it went in oven and I think it still looks OK after taking out of oven. Tastes quite nice and beats what Domino's or Pizza Hut have to offer.

Pizza base 22c
Ham 150g 29c
Onion 12kg for $3 and I used about 50g
Mushroom 50c
Capsicum 50c

Talk about cheap pizza.

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