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What's for dinner/tea?

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

  1. littleme

    littleme 250,000th poster!

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    Same colour packet, I thought it was crumbly, but then so was the cheddar when I made toasties for lunch.
     
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  2. littleme

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    Chilli & Nachos

    Normal Lockdown menu to resume from tomorrow - hurrah!
     
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  3. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Having given up alcohol* I'm now standing outside Weeping X chippy waiting for my order.







    * Alcohol has been given up until approximately 30 seconds after I get home, when a bottle of red will be opened in time for the match.
     
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  4. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Every cloud...
     
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    Just the two of us but that didn’t stop me doing a party buffet.

    Crisps and dips, cheese footballs, Tempura prawns, mini beef wellingtons, Thai curry roses, mini sausages, duck spring rolls, and a few other bits and bobs. Salad with it. Lovely.
    We don’t really do sweet puddings so we’ll tuck into the cheese board later and might have a couple of quality street.
     
  6. littleme

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    Chinese takeaway! Buffet tomorrow for us.
     
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    Chicken Tikka, and Korma, boiled rice, naan, Poppadoms and Mango chutney. All washed down with a large mug of tea.
    And all lovingly cooked by my daughter in law.
     
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    Curry!

    Just from jars / packets but felt like a real treat!

    Washed down with far too much prosecco!
     
  9. littleme

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    Are you in the new house now?
     
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    First night in tonight!

    But we still don't have oven!
     
  11. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Just about to crinkle cut some chips, which will hopefully go down nicely with some ribeye steak and field mushrooms.
     
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  12. littleme

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    Mexican chicken & couscous
     
  13. Glam

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    I went all out Mum mode and made cottage pie. Using the cut price mince and potatoes I got from Sainsburys earlier.
    Last of the big spenders me..............
     
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    Venison Casserole (the perfect dish for a cold winter's evening).
     
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    Been de Christmasing the house so it's a Cock takeaway Sunday lunch. Booked for 16:30.
     
  16. Glam

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    Bambi?!
     
  17. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Do you live in Bednall?
     
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    Not sure what his name was but he is going to be tasty. Just gone in the oven & will be served at 7pm with a nice drop of red.
     
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    Oh, be fair!

    They've spent all afternoon knocking the dent out of the front bumper.
     
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    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Ha, that's who @The Notorious A.N.T. is.

    There was a 19 reg Mundaneo Estate pulled up on the verge on Camp Road this morning, when I was out walking, with its front end stoved in and a recently deceased deer nearby.
     

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