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What's for dinner/tea?

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

  1. The Notorious A.N.T.

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    I did actually hit a deer on the Chase about 6 or 7 years ago when we lived in Hednesford. It did a bit more than dent the bumper, if I remember correctly there was about three-grands worth of damage to the car (a company one luckily). One of the most shocking experiences I have been through to be honest, nothing I could do to avoid it!.
     
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    Pie & mash!
     
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  3. littleme

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    Some kind of pork in honey, garlic, vinigar & something (the carer won't tell me), roast potatoes, parsnips, carrots & red cabbage.
     
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    Roast beef for us. I bought it before the Christmas rules changed in case we had visitors on Boxing Day so the left overs are going to get frozen in gravy for other meals. Also made braised cabbage with the red one that was left. The OH hates it so that's portioned up for the freezer too.
     
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    Steak, fat chips and onion rings tonight. Might be some garden peas and dauphinois potatoes as well. Followed by a large bowl of ice cream.
     
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    Two lots of taters, winner.
     
  8. That-Crazy-Rat-Lady

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    Mixed bean chilli!

    Was particularly good if I say so myself!
     
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    Planned on having jacket potatoes!

    Popped them on the fire and it was so hot it melted the tin foil and charcoal-ed the potatoes!

    Had crackers and cheese instead...
     
  11. Gramaisc

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    Carrots? On a pizza?
     
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    Christmas Dinner pie.
    Nom
     
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    Pavement pizza by the looks of it :)
     
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    Craving chippy tea (you know it's my vice!)

    Nearest takeaway would be stone cold by the time we get back so made our own version!

    Over chips shallow fried (still no actual oven...) Stuffed in wraps with salad and halloumi!!

    Unbelievably tasty!!
     
  15. littleme

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    The carer has made no plans for tomorrow's, tea, so I'm hoping it might be Queens Chippy!

    Chicken salad wraps tonight as its my late night at wk.
     
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    Not for dinner though.
     
  18. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Quite. It's more of a breakfast thing, surely?

    Sperm, the breakfast of champions, as James Hunt nearly but not quite said.
     
  19. littleme

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    CHIPPY TEA!!!!
     
  20. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Pan fried sea bass, cubed rosemary potatoes, red and green peppers.
     
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