Author Topic: Cycling food  (Read 2314 times)

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Cycling food
« on: July 24, 2014, 09:16:04 am »
Thought it would be fun to start a gallery of the places we eat and things we have eaten. Here's a selection of mine:


Click through for the full gallery.
I dare eat all that may become a man.

But hold the oysters.

Re: Cycling food
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2016, 05:48:09 pm »
my fav cycling food is bran loaf much better than malt loaf and so easy to make  :thumbsup: this one,s fresh from the oven  ready for my ride tomorrow .. ;D all been well ...lol
 

Re: Cycling food
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2016, 03:35:38 pm »
Got a recipe for that? And you win the prize for in-forum nominative determinism!
The earth is vast and beautiful and contains many miraculous places. (Chekhov)

Re: Cycling food
« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2016, 05:19:55 pm »
hi Cudzoziemiec
                         here you go.. enjoy it`s very easy to make  :thumbsup:
BRANFLAKE LOAF
More delicious than shop bought malt loaf and so easy to fling together
a child can do it. This must be one of the only cake mixtures that looks and tastes
pretty revolting in the bowl, but honestly, the end result is well worth the complete lack of effort...
Best sliced thinly and eaten with butter or jam.

1 mug of Kellogg's All-Bran
1 mug of either currants, mixed dried fruit or sultanas
1 mug of milk
1 mug of self-raising flour
A generous half-mug of caster or soft brown sugar

Method
1. Put everything except the flour in a large bowl and leave the mixture to stand for about an hour.
2. Grease and long-strip-line a standard size loaf tin and pre-heat the oven to approximately Gas Mark 3 (160 C)
3. Sift the flour into the soggy mixture, stir it in well and pour the whole lot into the loaf tin, spreading it evenly up to the sides.
4. Bake in a cool oven for about an hour and a half, until a skewer or sharp knife inserted into the middle of the cake comes out clean.

Re: Cycling food
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2016, 07:12:34 pm »
Ta!  :thumbsup:
The earth is vast and beautiful and contains many miraculous places. (Chekhov)