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What's for dinner/tea?

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

  1. That-Crazy-Rat-Lady

    That-Crazy-Rat-Lady Well-Known Forumite

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    Gradually!

    I need to educate myself properly first!
     
  2. Jade-clothing

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    I'm totally with that, can't be doing with bagpipes ugh
     
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  3. Jade-clothing

    Jade-clothing Well-Known Forumite

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    I'm a great believer in anything + gravy or anything + cheese. Anything can be improved by either of these :)
     
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  4. Tilly

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    Mint imperials?
     
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  5. Jade-clothing

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    I don't like sweets :(
     
  6. Thehooperman

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    So would they be improved by the addition of either cheese or gravy?
     
  7. That-Crazy-Rat-Lady

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    Any MEAL - mints aren't a meal!

    Try again - Jade is right - cheese and / or gravy solves everything!
     
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  8. Carole

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    We're having turkey pie. With peas.

    Made before we went on holiday and frozen.

    Good job too. After two weeks of fantastic cruise food I've forgotten how to cook. :P
     
  9. Jade-clothing

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    No! I mean I don't like any sweets but I really don't 'get' mints. You may as well eat toothpaste
     
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    Today I put lime pickle inside a cheese toastie. It may be the only thing I eat for the rest of the year.
     
  11. littleme

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    Cheese & Mango chutney is good too... (But somewhat volcanic in temperature).
     
  12. Gramaisc

    Gramaisc Forum O. G.

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    Cheese and marmalade, if you are stuck.
     
  13. Glam

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    Cheshire cheese on a cream cracker, smothered in Blackcurrant Jam. Heaven.
     
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    Mrs T is trying a new diet this week. She was allowed grilled steak and salad last night whilst I taunted her with home made garlic and paprika potato wedges smothered with chilli barbecue sauce and grated emmental cheese.
    Nom
     
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  15. Glam

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    Tonights offering is a Roast beef meal, spuds, yorkies, carrots, runner beans, sweetcorn (for Jesus) and proper gravy. All washed down with a pint of tea and ice cream for afters. I've just worked 8 very heavy days in a row, and deserve sumat nice.
     
  16. littleme

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    Scrummy! Ive got Lamb Rogan Josh cooking in the slow cooker, im hoping someone will remember to cook some rice in time for me getting back from work tonight....
     
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    If they forget how about you forget to cook tea tomorrow?
     
  18. Gramaisc

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    Won't they melt?
     
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    As well as being cruel to funny, little dogs :)
     
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  20. Glam

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    Went down very nicely thank you. And a bit left over for buttys tomorrow. Amazing what you can find in the reduced section in Sainsburys. (Other supermarkets and butchers are available).
     
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