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  Posted: Sep 22, 2012 10:01 AM FEED
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@bron99 made Thai (salmon) fish cakes. They were delicious.

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This week on the Medical Fun Facts Podcast I talk about norovirus and norovirus infection. The show drops on Monday night at 7 pm Canberra time
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What did you have for dinner?
Nude wonton soup and hairy melon
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Measles virus and measles on the Medical Fun facts Podcast⠀
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What did you have for breakfast?

I had crispy streaky bacon and a poached egg

I cooked the bacon in the oven at 150 °C for 20 minutes and poached the egg for 2 minutes.
What did you have for dinner?
Scallop and chilli bacon salad with cabbage, lettuce, green beans, spring onions and bird’s eye chillies
This was a terrific salad which was bursting with flavour. I cut up three rashers of streaky bacon and spread the pieces out on a baking tray. I added a good layer of chilli flakes and freshly cracked black pepper as well as some dried Italian herbs. I put the tray into an oven at 200 °C for 20 minutes and allowed the bacon to cool on some absorbent paper. I cooked the scallops by placing them into a ceramic dish and adding two good slabs of salted butter. I added some chilli flakes to the butter and scallops. I put the dish into an oven at 200 °C for 5 minutes. The salad was made from shredded CoS lettuce and Savoy cabbage, along with cut green beans, spring onions, bird’s eye chillies and crumbled blue cheese. I dressed the salad with Donkey sauce. I added the bacon pieces and mixed them through the salad and then plated the salad. I added the scallops and spooned over some of the melted chilli butter.
What did you have for dinner? Before I get to that though, I just wrote a quick post 15 years since the Bali Bombings 2002 http://garydlum.co/balibombings15yearson
Leftover slowly roasted lamb shoulder with a non-Asian spicy creamy stir-fry with avocado and sweet corn

I had some leftover slowly roasted lamb shoulder and a cob of sweet corn which I roasted last night. I stir-fried with butter and added Asparagus, Avocado, Bird's eye chillies, Chilli flakes, Green beans, Savoy cabbage, Spring onions, Sunflower seeds, and Tomato. I finished it off with some cream.
What did you have for dinner?

A non-Asian pork belly and chicken wing creamy spicy stir-fry

I cooked the pork and chicken in the oven at 200 °C for 1 hour. The stir-fry was started with butter and ended with cream. The vegetables included Asparagus, Bird's eye chillies, Cauliflower, Celery, Chilli flakes, Green beans, Savoy cabbage, Spring onions, Sunflower seeds, and Tomato.
What did you have for dinner?

Chicken and blue cheese beef with sweet corn, Brussels sprouts and avocado

I needed to eat the leftover beef mince and blue cheese so I cooked a piece of Chicken Maryland on top of it to flavour the beef with chicken. I also roasted some Brussels sprouts and sweet corn at the same time.
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Episode 87 is about Legionnaires' disease
The Medical Fun Facts Podcast drops every Monday at 7 pm Canberra time
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What did you have for dinner?

A huge payday meat-free mango and avocado salad

This salad had Avocado, Celery, Lettuce, Lime juice, Lime zest, Mango, Savoy cabbage, Spring onion, Sunflower seeds and some olive oil in a big bowl.
I felt well enough this morning to go for a short walk. This balloon was landing as I approached.
Be kind to your anus
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