Bonfire Night Delights

Maddog

Esquire the 5th
#1
Something a little bit different to keep us chatting

Food for thoughts :)

do you prepare any food for your displays or is it a simple guy fawkes display and nothing more


Personally for Bonfire night I can't make anything to eat as i do a public charity display out my own pocket so food is out the way but if it's a personal display a day after or before i will make guests some food and drink were appropriate as it is part of the atmosphere and does lighten the mood


So i ask my fellow firemites :)

how do you like yours ;)
 

Gaz

Administrator
Sovereign the 6th
#2
RE: Bonfire Night Delites

Well funny you say really i was planning on lighting up the barbi this year and doing some jackets on there and spareribs maybe some burgers aswell. I suppose it better then a bonfire what the wife as rejected.....
 

Rich

Esquire the 2nd
#3
RE: Bonfire Night Delites

I make a massive batch of homemade chilli from scratch (no jar or packet stuff) in two heat levels - gold!! is thee thing and atomic. Serve that with slow cooked jacket spuds.

Mmmm
 

Maddog

Esquire the 5th
#4
RE: Bonfire Night Delites

im bangers burgers and hot dogs tbh its simple easy and give me plenty of time for pyro :) :D
 

chris_wynne

Peasant the 2nd
#5
RE: Bonfire Night Delites

mmm try these pyro fans "cheesy filling Potato skins"

cut spuds in half
cook until a bit crispy
then scoop out all the potato carefully try not break the skins
then put all the potato in bowl wit great cheese mix together
then add filling into skins
then cook for further time until cheesy crisp layer on top

try them guys there amazing :):cool:[/align]
 

Rich

Esquire the 2nd
#6
RE: Bonfire Night Delites

chris_wynne said:
mmm try these pyro fans "cheesy filling Potato skins"

cut spuds in half
cook until a bit crispy
then scoop out all the potato carefully try not break the skins
then put all the potato in bowl wit great cheese mix together
then add filling into skins
then cook for further time until cheesy crisp layer on top

try them guys there amazing :):cool:[/align]

I concur Chris, I've done these before, its even better if you cook up some bacon, chop it up finely and put that into the mix too!
 

Gaz

Administrator
Sovereign the 6th
#7
RE: Bonfire Night Delites

Oh yes sound lush im going to have to try it and with bacon
 

Guy Forks

Peasant the 1st
#8
My wife does a lovely chilli, my mum usually brings some black peas up and my wife's uncle will bring a big tray of hot pot. Usually get some treacle and toffee apples for the kids as well. For the kids, honest! :D

Chris your idea sounds great.
 

Guy Forks

Peasant the 1st
#10
I'm heading to a home brewing shop tomorrow to hopefully pick up and start a kit which will be ready for bommy neet. With any luck I will produce a nice bonfire ale, keg it up and let my guests help themselves.
 
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