I'd like my life to be accompanied by a laughter track, especially going to funerals and the like. Was browsing through the channels the other night and noticed the auld Taggarts on STV Glasgow, so I stopped to watch it for 5 minutes. They were sitting in a pub having a convo and every time there was a break in the dialogue the other 'punters' in the pub would burst out laughing which gave it the appearance of being the wiorst sitcom you could possibly imagine.
I've been on the studio tour in Burbank where Big Bang and 2 and a half men are filmed, hate to break it to you but it's not actually canned laughter in either show. They are filmed mostly on a Wednesday night infront of an audience. The reason the laughs are similar is due to the fact that above the audience are a large number of microphones and if anyone has a particularly individual laugh they mute that mic and go for the more 'normal' laughs. I've watched the behind the scenes extra of the IT crowd which is also shot in front of a live audience.
If I recall correctly, they sometimes re-do some scenes just to get the "right" laughter. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Paste as plain text instead. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead.
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Anyway - it is delicious - I was happy with all the quantities, taste etc - thanks! Hubby who is quite a fussy eater, had two portions. It is delicious!! I love this recipe and can get six good portions out of it - I tend to add a little extra spring onion and a double the peas and sweetcorn quantity. I cut the fish pie mix pieces up so they are a bit smaller and more evenly distributed. Reheats in microwave well too. My husband made this for us for dinner tonight. He halved the recipe as there are only two of us.
Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper, add lemon juice and the raw fish and cook for couple of minutes, stirring continuously until the fish has just cooked. Date of visit: December You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us. Reviewed 2 weeks ago just enjoy. All the staff were friendly and helpful and Andy was a pleasure to deal with.
This is a fantastic recipe. So tasty. I have had fish pies in restaurants and would say this surpassed them. Is going on our menu list. This was a really nice and easy recipe, perfect for a quick homemade dinner after work. My rue was a little bit too thick and quite stodgy so would definitely try to make it a bit thinner next time :.
I followed the recipe exactly how it was explained and it came out great! Very pleased. This was an absolutely triumph!!
Tasty and a flavoursome aftertaste! So I made this fish pie for the first time tonight. Both me and my husband done it together by watching the video provided and the ingredients. Everything was done as the lady in the video described. When we took the pie out of the oven and served it looked like the milk had curdled I'm so disappointed - but it did taste nice! Can anyone tell me why this happened.
I will try it again but does anyone have any advise for me. Much appreciated. I intend to make this recipe on Friday and will both poach the fish in the milk before making the sauce and take the sauce off the heat before adding the cheese and stirring until it is completely melted before adding the poached fish and other ingredients.
Thinking of doing this for my 2year old as she loves fish pie. If i was to freeze how do i cook it from frozen? Do i defrot first or not thanks.
Do you need to cook the fish first? No there is no need to cook the fish first, it will gently cook when the pie is baked in the oven. Can you cook from frozen? Yes provided the dish can take the difference in temperature from the freezer to a hot oven. Start off loosely covered with foil until it is thawed then remove the foil to brown the top towards the end.
Expect it to take at least twice the cooking time stated in the recipe.
Where are the instructions on how to best cook the fish? This seems to be missing and would be useful where different varieties are used, like cooking cod when compared cooking monkfish. Made this for baby tonight just wondering if it can be heated from frozen or does it need to be thawed first? Many thanks. I have never seen a reply to ANY questions asked on this site.