Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escape

Noodley

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Anyone else watch this last night?

He cooked a greek pasta thingy with tomatoey mincey sauce, bechamel(ish) sauce and penne. I cannot remember what it was called. Mrs Noodley has volunteered me for cooking tomorrow for guests (she has a habit of doing this so I am running out of new ideas) and I thought I'd give it a go if I could find out the name.

Anyone able to help?
 

Mr Phoebus

New Member
*Waves magic wand*

BOOF!!!
 

wafflycat

New Member
Noodley said:
Anyone else watch this last night?

He cooked a greek pasta thingy with tomatoey mincey sauce, bechamel(ish) sauce and penne. I cannot remember what it was called. Mrs Noodley has volunteered me for cooking tomorrow for guests (she has a habit of doing this so I am running out of new ideas) and I thought I'd give it a go if I could find out the name.

Anyone able to help?
This one?
 
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Noodley

Noodley

Guest
Mr Phoebus said:
*Waves magic wand*

BOOF!!!
Excellent! Thanks very much. :ohmy::biggrin:

(edit - and thanks waffly as well, our posts crossed. I think I shall have happy guests tomorrow. And I shall have some fun going food and wine shopping tomorrow as well.)
 

wafflycat

New Member
Alsa, I am on cooking duties tomorrow. Got some friends coming around, so I'm searching the cook books too..
 

Cycling Naturalist

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Location
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Noodley;43996][QUOTE=Mr Phoebus said:
*Waves magic wand*

BOOF!!!
Excellent! Thanks very much. :ohmy::biggrin:

(edit - and thanks waffly as well, our posts crossed. I think I shall have happy guests tomorrow. And I shall have some fun going food and wine shopping tomorrow as well.)[/QUOTE]

Don't forget the Greek oregano - it's a very different beast to the Italian version. I have some in my greenhouse and you're more than welcome to pop round if your local Waitrose has run out.
 

Elmer Fudd

Miserable Old Bar Steward
Noodley said:
Anyone else watch this last night?

He cooked a greek pasta thingy with tomatoey mincey sauce, bechamel(ish) sauce and penne. I cannot remember what it was called. Mrs Noodley has volunteered me for cooking tomorrow for guests (she has a habit of doing this so I am running out of new ideas)
Thought you was gonna say running out of guests ! :ohmy: :ohmy:
 
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Noodley

Noodley

Guest
Patrick Stevens;44016][QUOTE=Noodley;43996][QUOTE=Mr Phoebus said:
*Waves magic wand*

BOOF!!!
Excellent! Thanks very much. :ohmy::biggrin:

(edit - and thanks waffly as well, our posts crossed. I think I shall have happy guests tomorrow. And I shall have some fun going food and wine shopping tomorrow as well.)[/QUOTE]

Don't forget the Greek oregano - it's a very different beast to the Italian version. I have some in my greenhouse and you're more than welcome to pop round if your local Waitrose has run out.[/QUOTE]

Thanks Patrick. I have got the Greek oregano sorted. After further reading of Mr Stien's recipes on the linked webpage I can see this turning into a bit of an eating fest. :ohmy::tongue:
 

Keith Oates

Janner
Location
Penarth, Wales
It's early evening out here right now and I was thinking what I could have for dinner. After reading these posts my mouth is drooling but I've no chance of getting something similar to the recipes mentioned:angry:!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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