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What's for dinner/tea?

Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health & Diet' started by acpoynton, Sep 22, 2012.

  1. littleme

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    Bloody Mary Red Sauce & Vegan Mayo... Nom Nom nom
     
  2. littleme

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    Beef stew & dumplings for tea tonight.

    Dinner was a sorry effort of Kettle chips & an Eccles cake.

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    Youngest just said - that looks like a thong!
    I don't know what girls he mixes with, really don't!
     
  4. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    It's probably for the best...
     
  5. littleme

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    I always take my pants off to eat Eccles cakes.


    (it's today's sparkly mask)

    ***NEVER search 'candy thong' on Etsy.
     
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    Garlic pizzas earlier. Yum.

    I'm contemplating passing out in a bit, my have overdone the whisky.
     
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    I knew what it was, he walked in as the photo came up.
     
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    You saw it earlier.... :shifty:
     
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    The prime ingredient in tooth paste is sugar
     
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    Had a few myself last night, socially distanced pre Christmas drinkies with several neighbours.
     
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    Sweet n sour things
     
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    Have to clarify that this took place outdoors each on our on frontages.
     
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    I've eaten all the Eccles cakes at work, so today's dinner was a Jamaican patty & cheese.

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    For tea tonight, the carer has baked a ham to have with roast veg. (it tastes much better than it looks).

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    Every Eccles cake in the entire shop?

    Don't they mind?
     
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    Possibly... :xd:
     
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    Looks OK to me.
     
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    I had the other bit of the poulet au ciseau that I had a few days ago - again as a casserole with carrots and potatoes - ideal for a chilly day.

    The temperature outside has meant that the oven in the range was hovering either side of 100°C all day, so it has been cooked for free!
     
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    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    I shall be making veggnog in about an hour. I find it's vitally important to follow the recipe very closely, until the part where you add the alcohol, where quantities should be trebled, at the very least.

    This will be accompanied by pork and egg pies, pork and blackpudding pies, vegan pork pies :barf: and Mac and cheese.

    Eton Mess for pud.
     
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    Mmm, have you got the shakes?
     
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    Not yet, maybe later...
     
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