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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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    Wow! Living the life!!! X

    Cracker night here! Healthy eating and organisation out the window!
     
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  2. Lucy

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    Cracker as in bad or cracker as in cheese and? The second option sounds good.
     
  3. That-Crazy-Rat-Lady

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    Second option! With added cider!
     
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    I thought it said Dry Bastard.




    It would be so tempting to nip into the shop with a biro...
     
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    Rice is gluten free.

    Naan is not.
     
  6. littleme

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    Ping/microwave rice is not gluten free, that's what I ate. Plain Basmati rice doesn't make me feel ill.

    However, yesterday I ate homemade sausage rolls with no ill effect. Maybe it's just a strange pasta & rice thing.
     
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    I read St Martin's vinegar.

    Looks like a fab spot.
     
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  8. littleme

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    Jacket potato's, curried beans & cheese.
     
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    We have very eccentric tent neighbours. They have invited us for tea tonight, and although I was a little sad not to have the last night at the pub I went for lunch and had a crab sandwich. Anyway, they are vegan and the smells coming from their cooking area are amazing, I can not wait.
     
  10. proactive

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    Off to Bistro Moulin again in a bit. After the hellish drive up here just, I've already started on the wine in a bid to subdue my grouchiness.
     
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    I'm almost certain that the manner in which rice is cooked has no bearing whatsoever to the amount of gluten that it contains.

    Rice, as far as i'm aware, hasn't any gluten in it.

    Microwave ovens, as far as i'm aware, have not the ability to add gluten to the things that they cook.

    Is this perhaps some sort of 5G rice developed by Bill Gates to turn all the frogs gay?
     
  12. littleme

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    Wheat in the flavourings contained in ping rice
     
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    Off to the Suay Pan Asian restaurant after the match. Should be a good feed.
     
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    Where do you stay when you are in Formby?
     
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    Red Thai curry, I've sneaked an aubergine into it, fingers crossed that no-one notices it....
     
  16. proactive

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    House.
     
  17. Carole

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    Ah ok, I thought that at the end of August you’d been up in your RV and stayed a few days.
     
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    That was up in Scotland.
     
  19. Carole

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    Ah, it’s just that you mentioned going to The Sparrowhalk and then said you were going to go back to work the next day.
    So I thought that you’d stayed there.

    Edited...just realised you mean you’ve got a house there.
    I got there in the end.

    I’m going off topic anyway. I’ll post on the correct thread.
     
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    The Sparrowhawk is a pub/restaurant near Formby.

    https://www.brunningandprice.co.uk/sparrowhawk/
     

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