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» Introduction
Hello and Welcome to the Ten-Tenths Cookery section!

Cookery section, we hear you cry - what has that got to do with Motorsport?

Well, the idea came from our good friend Reid. On his many travels as a marshal, he's become the "de facto" chef for any event where marshals gather and need to eat!

As a result, he's put together his Marshals Cookbook to share with his colleagues around the world.

That Cookbook is now being published here and we hope that as well as enjoying and sharing Reid's wonderful recipes, you will feel free to share your own favourites as well.

In general, recipes should be suitable for camping of some kind - BBQ, cooking on camp stoves etc.

However, if there's any interest, we can always put in another section for "other recipes" as not every item needs to be cooked at the circuit. EP has been known to have a baking frenzy on a Saturday and bring along home made muffins to Sunday sign on and so far, ther have been no complaints!

Once again, we'd like to extend our thanks to Reid for sharing his recipes with us and allowing us to share them with you.

Happy eating!
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Breakfasts, Lunches and Suppers
Omelette
By Shelagh
21 Aug 2013 06:28
[Eggs] Omelette...
by Shelagh
21 Aug 2013 06:31
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25 1 EvilPumpkin
Main Courses
BBQ Trout
By Paul Newns
2 Sep 2013 21:30
Chicken with gueuze...
by vincegail
24 Feb 2014 20:01
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13 6 EvilPumpkin
Desserts
Pudding
By Shelagh
21 Aug 2013 19:29
Never 1 0 EvilPumpkin
Side Dishes
[Veg] Roast...
By EvilPumpkin
12 Jun 2011 19:16
[Munchies] Spinach...
by EvilPumpkin
29 Aug 2013 09:43
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20 4 EvilPumpkin
Misc
Test Beef
By TestUser
19 Aug 2013 18:29
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» Cookbook Stats
Cookbook Statistics Categories: 5, Recipes: 82, Posts: 11, Total Views 182,324
» What's New
Old 2 Sep 2013 21:30
Paul Newns Paul Newns is offline
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BBQ Trout
Place trout on foil
Finely chop garlic clove and sprinkle over the fish
Slice lemon and place several slices on top of the trout
Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper
Wrap the foil into a parcel
Place on BBQ for 10 - 15 minutes

For a bit of bite add finely chopped chillis to the topping

Serve with a salad and/or baked potato

Old 21 Aug 2013 19:29
Shelagh Shelagh is offline
Pit Lane Hooter
Views: 6,984
Replies: 0
Pudding
If you have a fridge, then add Cream!

Old 21 Aug 2013 13:16
vincegail vincegail is online now
Last Reply: vincegail
24 Feb 2014 20:01
Views: 16,493
Replies: 2
Chicken with gueuze stew
I know Gueuze is hard to come by outside of Belgium, but here is my favourite recipe for cooking at Le Mans for those lucky enough to live in/near Belgium or have a very good liquor store. I usually prepare it thursday morning and heat it up for dinner friday evening.

My recipe for 4 hungry or 6 normal persons:

roast/fry 6 chicken legs cut in half at the 'knee' (or just any pieces of chicken of your choice +/- 1100 gram), spiced with salt and pepper in butter until they are golden/brown.... [Read More]

Old 21 Aug 2013 06:28
Shelagh Shelagh is offline
Pit Lane Hooter
Views: 7,361
Replies: 0
Omelette
The humble omelette is often forgotten.

I can't give cooking instructions as partner Bill always cooks these.

Plain is good for breakfast but add a filling and you have lunch or even dinner (especially with bread or sautéed potatoes and salad).

Ham, mushroom or cheese or even a Spanish (tomato, onion, potato etc) make a good meal.

Make the omelette mix and then add in the filling before cooking.

Old 21 Aug 2013 06:19
Shelagh Shelagh is offline
Pit Lane Hooter
Views: 6,043
Replies: 0
Pseudo Roast
Cook the pork/chicken under the grill or in a frying pan.

Peel and slice the potatoes into thin bits. Fry until cooked/crispy brown - depending on taste.

In the meantime make up the salad as required.

Serve!

» Random Entries
Old 12 Jun 2011 15:46
EvilPumpkin
Views: 1,391
Replies: 0
Veggie [Veg] Stuffed Cabbage
  • Parboil cabbage 20 – 25 minutes.
  • Saute bacon and onion until bacon is soft but not crisp.
  • Remove cabbage from water and cut out core.
  • Drain bacon and onion reserving fat.
  • Brush cabbage with reserved fat and stuff with bacon and onion,
  • Make a ring with aluminum foil and place on grill to prevent cabbage from tipping over.
  • Place cabbage in ring, close cover and grill 20 – 25 minutes
  • Quarter and serve.

Old 28 Apr 2010 15:46
EvilPumpkin
Views: 1,440
Replies: 0
Egg [Eggs] Guatamalan Eggs
Eggs
  • Wash beans, trim and blanch 2 minutes in hot water.
  • Chill and cut in ¼ in pieces.
  • Heat oil in skillet
  • Add onions and scallions and saute 2 minutes.
  • Add tomatoes, beans, 1 tsp salt and pepper to taste.
  • Stir fry 3 minutes or until beans are crisp-tender.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Whisk eggs and add to bean mixture in skillet.
  • Return to medium heat and cook 3 – 4 minutes, stirring occasionally until eggs are firm.
  • Divide mixture on plates and serve with
... [Read More]

Old 21 Aug 2013 13:16
vincegail
Last Reply: vincegail
24 Feb 2014 20:01
Views: 16,493
Replies: 2
Chicken with gueuze stew
I know Gueuze is hard to come by outside of Belgium, but here is my favourite recipe for cooking at Le Mans for those lucky enough to live in/near Belgium or have a very good liquor store. I usually prepare it thursday morning and heat it up for dinner friday evening.

My recipe for 4 hungry or 6 normal persons:

roast/fry 6 chicken legs cut in half at the 'knee' (or just any pieces of chicken of your choice +/- 1100 gram), spiced with salt and pepper in butter until they are golden/brown.... [Read More]

Old 12 Jun 2011 14:27
EvilPumpkin
Last Reply: isynge
21 Aug 2013 23:14
Views: 2,983
Replies: 1
Meat [Beef] 5 Alarm Chilli
Note: This uses a number of different chili peppers for an intense flavour. If some are not available, experiment and substitute as required. Some of the peppers add a lot of heat and some are used for flavours so substitute accordingly. Peppers can also be adjusted for personal taste. Add most of the hot spices towards then end. It is easier to add heat then remove it if the spices are added too early.

Toasting the cumin and coriander seeds in a skillet brings out the ... [Read More]

Old 21 Aug 2013 19:29
Shelagh
Views: 6,984
Replies: 0
Pudding
If you have a fridge, then add Cream!


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