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I have boiled new potatoes, cold fried chicken leg, lettuce, tomato, celery, bell peppers - possible hard boiled egg !

What can I dress it with to spice it up a bit !

I don't just mean chili heat ( although I have fresh chili peppers )

Something different ?? Not just Italian or French dressings ??

Ideas ??
 

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Dill weed or cumin.
 

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Cumin with... olive oil ?

My cumin is a few years old !
Does it smell like cumin yer. Both dill weed and cumin are great but folks don't use them much except cumiin in curries and chili. Both are great with taters and chicken.

Cumin is from the land of olive oil, I often use it with oil and vinegar.
 

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I didn't think of Australian salad ! Thanks for the suggestion meat head ! :D:D
Ya need one of those big cans of Fosters to go with it.;)
 

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Well I do make ham pudding sometimes.:D
 

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There you go Garth ! It's Glenn that needs your salad dressing not me !

Colin. I thought you'd catch the Ham Pudding, it's the older term for a mixture of bread and leftover ham and such, it tain't a corn starch pudding like chocolate or butter scotch.;)

And you give us poop cause we don't 'member the English language.:D

Check yer boot and see if yer spare tyre has air in it.;)
 

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Colin. I thought you'd catch the Ham Pudding, it's the older term for a mixture of bread and leftover ham and such, it tain't a corn starch pudding like chocolate or butter scotch.;)

And you give us poop cause we don't 'member the English language.:D

Check yer boot and see if yer spare tyre has air in it.;)
See you can speak ENGLISH if you REALLY try !

I never advise people how bad their English is though ( forgive my memory if I'm wrong ) ! I would be on the board all day long !
 

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Here's one you might like sometime, from one of my 1880's cookbooks, notice the author spells mould right::D

 

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Naw, they just spelled like that back then.;)

What would drive Dan crazy is the use a comma after "and.":D
 
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