Wednesday, February 28, 2007

A New Start will be back after these brief messages….

Garden over growing with tomatoes? Has one plant taken over half the garden? Too hot to cook anything substantial but your still hungry? Would like to the see that corner of the backyard again?

You need Garden Gazpacho Soup..

Made originally in the sunny climes of Spain now we can bring the taste of the Mediterranean shores to your door step.

As Seen on the hit series "Red Dwarf" when Arnold Rimmer describes the most embarrassing moment in his life, where he in fact, while sitting at the captains table no less, was served a beautiful bowl of gazpacho, which he in turn sent back to the kitchen for being ICE COLD. This he attributes to his failure to become an officer the rest of us realise that it is because he is a Smeg Head.

What you need…

Red onion

3 tomatoes

Cucumber

Capsicum

Olive Oil Splash

Tomato Juice enough to cover everything

Lemon Juice 3rd of a cup

Garlic about a clove

Hot fresh Buttered bread for a side dish

Firstly chop everything up nice ad small, add to a bowl and mix it all through. Pour tomato juice over the top until all ingredients are covered place in the fridge* then eat. Its that simple, just like playing the lottery, or performing neurosurgery.

And for the special touch if you want her to go all the way, guys you know what I'm talking about, you need its sister product Banana Sunday. Don’t let the name fool you they can be enjoyed anyday… Order Now and you will receive Aidans Greatest romantic meals the cookbook, how to look like you've had years in the kitchen, but are really just taking a stab.

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*Leave for 24 hours for best results, management takes no responsibility in the case of catastrophic knife failure, eating too much, or revenge attacks from rogue tomatoes. New start, the words Red and The, are registered trade marks of Aidan Corp (where dreams come true) please note your dreams may differ to those of Aidan Corp and its stock holders.

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27 Comments:

Blogger Stace said...

It truly was a drool-worthy meal, my love!

7:32 PM  
Blogger Cazzie!!! said...

YUMMY, what's your address ?? LOL
I made lean lamb chops with a tomatoe, onion and red chilli sauce tonight, yummy

2:34 AM  
Anonymous Hildegarde said...

"A new cook is arisen in the blogworld, he actually can make cooking sound as if it is exiting and not as something that has to be done, an opinion that many housewifes secretly share after many years of daily cooking. So, if you as a housewife want to bring new exicitement and fun in your kitchen, order now "Aidans Greatest Romantic Meals" and give it to your husband or partner !" (Is there place for an advertising manager at Aidans corp ? :-)

4:57 AM  
Blogger Aidan said...

Stace: I kind of like having dinner for you when you get home, and suprise you with mystery deserts and meals..

Cazzie: "lean lamb chops with a tomatoe, onion and red chilli sauce tonight, yummy " basic but superb, i havnt cooked lamb in ages... i have succumb to the massacre of Poultry on a regular basis.

Hildegarde: Cooking is great fun, its a heap of fun to get my wife in as well, we have had so many funny crazy moments the two of us cooking up a storm. No advertising department as yet i am working on word of mouth until the business grows, from just me sitting in my underpants typing, to a fantaastic empie.

12:27 PM  
Blogger Stace said...

Darling, you can cook lamb if you like! I'm sure you'll make it wonderful, like you do everything else :)

2:14 PM  
Blogger Keshi said...

OMG Aidan I didnt know u were such a terrific chef. U r truly skilled in this area mate. Stace is a lucky girl :).


**how to look like you've had years in the kitchen, but are really just taking a stab.

LOL sweet.


Can I come ova for dina?

;-)
Keshi.

4:12 PM  
Blogger Aidan said...

Keshi: i still have a heap to learn, i only report the successes, some of my "creations" you should be standing over screaming "its alive its alive"

6:50 PM  
Blogger lee said...

aidan, it does actually sound very good. I sometimes make "creations" as well, experiments, whatver you like to call them . They often result from a "What the hell can I make for tea?" moment. Or sometimes I go with what my body wants me to make -this often results in a meal containing chicken, rosemary, and lemon juice -the other ingredients can vary. If that's what it wants, that's what it gets :).

7:16 PM  
Blogger Aidan said...

Lee: Many fantastic alcoholic drinks have arrisen from the same logic, what happens if i mix this to this.....
Rosemary has a divine smell

7:18 PM  
Blogger Within Without said...

No, Aidan, we guys don't know what you're talking about when you refer to "if you want her to go all the way."

Can you spell that out for us?

I've never tried gazpacho or any other cold soup, it seems so...wrong.

But inspired by you and your apparently very sated wife, I will do so.

You do seem to pamper her so. You are a smart man. Stace, you are a fortunate woman.

:-)

8:57 PM  
Blogger Keshi said...

**some of my "creations" you should be standing over screaming "its alive its alive"


ur scarin me now. I'd call of dina LOL!

Keshi.

9:24 PM  
Blogger Keshi said...

**call off

9:25 PM  
Blogger Stace said...

WW - I know :)

9:32 PM  
Blogger Menchie said...

How come a lot of guys are good cooks??

at our house, my dad's the one who cooks too!

10:42 PM  
Blogger Jewel said...

I can't say as I've had cold soup either, Aiden....just doesn't sound very appealing to me, though it may very well be! *smile* My father and my brothers cook, which I love, and my husband tries his hand at it very occasionally, though he is very basic at it. Have you seen the reality TV show Top Chef? It is a reality cooking show where chefs from across America compete for the title Top Chef. You might very well enjoy it. Thanks for stopping by my blog!!

11:49 AM  
Blogger Aidan said...

WW: Go all the way, you do the dishes and mow the lawn:) what did you think that i meant? If you are trying it, small pieces is the key, dont use a blender or it liquifies and looks like vomit:)

Keshi: there not all bad, i have gt most of my experimentation out of the system, every now and again inspiration strieks.

Jewel: Stace and I are a TV free household, more time for reading and cooking... Cold soup worried me at first but dont knock it til you try it... My father was also a great cook, i think thats how he landed my mother...

2:58 PM  
Blogger Homo Escapeons said...

You're not the Nekked Chef are you?
and who is Rosemary?
What can you make out of Aussie roadkill?
Cane Toad, Wallaby, and some Kookaburra?
Which wine would you recommend with that stew?

7:05 PM  
Blogger Aidan said...

Kanaroo is superb on the BBQ, not to mention emu, very salty but soft meat... I think we are the only country in the world which eats the emblem on its coat of arms.....

2:56 PM  
Blogger Keshi said...

I just know that Aidan :)

Keshi.

4:19 PM  
Blogger Keshi said...

and how r we today?

Keshi.

9:07 PM  
Blogger Homo Escapeons said...

That's not entirely true about Australians being the only country that devours their National Emblem..
I am pretty sure that a lot of Beaver still gets eaten in Canada...
especially during those long winters and there is nothing on TV but Curling.

10:19 PM  
Blogger -Princess Shin- said...

Oooh... tomatoes! My favorite! hehe..

Lucky gal! Wish mine could cook! Boohoo!

2:27 AM  
Blogger Shelley said...

Wow, I'm STARVING now, thanks!!

=)

9:59 AM  
Blogger Aidan said...

HE: HRmmmm, moving right along for equity and diversity reasons, also so i dont upset the large man hating feminists out there.

Princess-shin: You can have some of ours i am getting sick of the silly looking red things... The garden is over grown with them...

Shelly: Its easy enough to make, 5 mins who you have a bowl of ice cold gazpacho to dig into

12:18 PM  
Blogger Within Without said...

I think HE and Shelley are high sexual content security risks on your blog, Aidan...

1:52 PM  
Blogger Jewel said...

Oh, and I wanted to say, Aiden, that here in the US, it seems the tomatoes will never ripen but once they do, there are tons of them!! It would be so great if they could be preserved in their fresh state, hm, instead of having to be canned or frozen?

10:39 AM  
Blogger Aidan said...

There is nothing better than fresh tomato, pinch of salt and black pepper, can bought and "fresh" produce from the supermarket have nothing on home grown goodness:)

12:09 PM  

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