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Stay-at-home Taskmaster : recreate a BA meal

Stay-at-home Taskmaster : recreate a BA meal

Old Mar 23, 20, 6:06 am
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Smile Stay-at-home Taskmaster : recreate a BA meal

We'll soon have to be recreating our favourite CE meal at home - could make for some amusing pictures!
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Old Mar 23, 20, 2:56 pm
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So, let’s do it.

Recreate your BA meal at home and post the result.
Most authentic recreation wins.

You have 3 weeks. Your time starts ..... NOW.

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Old Mar 23, 20, 5:22 pm
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What a brilliant thread, not Club Europe specifically, my favourite meal in a previous life was always a charter airline breakfast! And was planning to recreate one this weekend for Mrs Noniron et Les Enfants just for a bit of lighted hearted fun to lift the gloom, it takes two days prep with part cooking and freezing......will post pics!
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Old Mar 23, 20, 5:44 pm
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you need this first

BA Meal Cart



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Old Mar 23, 20, 5:45 pm
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Oh, this just has to go into the BA Forum COVID-19 Dashboard

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Old Mar 23, 20, 5:53 pm
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Originally Posted by Oxon Flyer View Post
So, letís do it.

Recreate your BA meal at home and post the result.

You have 3 weeks. Your time starts ..... NOW.
Right, steak gone in the oven. Should done to BA standard once the 3 weeks is up.
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Old Mar 23, 20, 5:58 pm
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Originally Posted by JohnIreland View Post
Right, steak gone in the oven. Should done to BA standard once the 3 weeks is up.
That's just the pre-cooking. It'll need another 45 minutes in the oven to warm it through when you're ready to eat it!
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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:02 pm
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I've just put a bread roll and some butter in the fridge. Should be ready for serving in about 2 hours. Along with the red wine...
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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:02 pm
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Originally Posted by Oxon Flyer View Post
So, let’s do it.

Recreate your BA meal at home and post the result.

You have 3 weeks. Your time starts ..... NOW.
Would you be up for a heritage hot cheese toastie? Go on, I dare you

Originally Posted by DYKWIA View Post
I've just put a bread roll and some butter in the fridge. Should be ready for serving in about 2 hours. Along with the red wine...
Was it bottled this week?
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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:16 pm
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This is a great thread, I will declare my vote for the winner on whoever makes the Chicken Biryani and eats it
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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:18 pm
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Originally Posted by Oxon Flyer View Post
So, letís do it.

Recreate your BA meal at home and post the result.

You have 3 weeks. Your time starts ..... NOW.
is 3 weeks long enough to cook the steak if we are doing it ba style 😂
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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:29 pm
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Will the budget we have stretch to this that I made a few weeks ago?


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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:30 pm
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For example

Originally Posted by Vinotraveller View Post
We'll soon have to be recreating our favourite CE meal at home - could make for some amusing pictures!
https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb...usiness-dining

This is the standard you need to present to

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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:38 pm
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Will the budget we have stretch to this that I made a few weeks ago?


Jeez... It's getting on for 1am here, but I'm now starving after seeing that!
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Old Mar 23, 20, 6:52 pm
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Originally Posted by JohnIreland View Post
Right, steak gone in the oven. Should done to BA standard once the 3 weeks is up.
Don't forget to pop to Lidl for a bottle of Chateau Chite 2019 and stick it on the hot plate now so it's the correct BA temperature to be served with the steak.
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