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What's for dinner/tea?

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

  1. Lucy

    Lucy Well-Known Forumite

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    That sounds amazing.
     
  2. Trumpet

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    This
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    Tonight
     
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  3. littleme

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    Not made by me.

    Homemade Schnitzel, dauphinose potatoes, and cheesy peas.

    I'm still impressed that I only put 2lb on over Lockdown, where the carer put on nearly 2 stone! :pie::pie::pie::pie::pie:
     
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    You weren't locked down, you still had go work.
    The carer is the one that stayed at home, with the fridge, all day long........................
     
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    This sounds amazing!

    I'll butcher (ha!) This and make it vegan!
     
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  6. littleme

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    Do you know how many times he opens the fridge everyday? I have no idea what he thinks will magically appear in there???
     
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    A light??
     
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    It's from this book
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  9. littleme

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    Had a conversation a while ago with @Glam & @Gramaisc, it turns out that my 2 favourite curry's, Pathia & Dhansak are Persian, & not Indian as I thought. Love Persian cooking.
     
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    Went to an antiques emporium this morning and found a farm shop on the way home!

    Woop!!

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    We were going to have pasta, but it's just too hot, so instead we've had the carers "special sandwiches".

    It's just grated mature cheddar, grated carrot & finely sliced onion, mixed together with salad cream, & dolloped on Tiger bread. Bit of pork pie & scotch egg on the side.... Gorgeous, and now I'm as full as anything!
     
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    BBQ tonight with strawberrys and cream to follow.
     
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    Wot no red wine???

    Are you poorly??
     
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    Chicken, Leek & bacon pie tonight...
     
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    Rule no. 1 when eating the Chicken, Leek & Bacon pie.

    Do not throw scalding hot cheese sause down your cleavage (or anywhere else). It's scalding hot, it sticks like no-ones business, and then you have to warm up your G&T by shoving that down there too.

    :ohno:
     
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    Chicken korma and white rice. After my meat buying exploits in Lidl, we have enough chook feed the five thousand.
    Tomorrows tea is Sweet n sour chicken. After that I will probably be sick of chicken for a while, so it's beans on toast.
     
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    Had some homemade minestrone soup that needed eating.

    But didn't want soup...

    So I mixed in some green lentils with a spoon of marmite, cooked it down, topped it off with mash - sheppard's pie!

    Weird meal for a hot day but nothing went to waste so all's good!
     
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    The carer made homemade keema naan & scummy veg curry. ScRummy.
     
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