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What's for dinner/tea?

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

  1. littleme

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    Homemade Dhansak & onion seed flatbreads.
     
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    Freshly cooked cod and chips by the sea :)

    Followed my first pint of Exmoor Gold of the holibobs.

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    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    Ribeye steaks and homemade Dauphinoise spuds tonight. Followed by homemade vegan LMP.

    As I've had the afternoon off work I'm doing Mrs a vegan steak thingy Bob and made the meringue as well. Never done vegan meringue before so we shall see how that goes...
     
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    Sounds interesting, how many vegans do you need to put in to make a vegan meringue then? :)
     
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    I did romanoff potatoes ... Google it.
    A bit fiddly but very tasty and something a bit different.
    Served them with pork loin and processed peas.
     
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    Vegan meringue is made with at least 2 carnivores.
     
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    That sounds good!
     
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    Toad in the hole, horseradish mash & cabbage.

    The carers cooking, apparently 1 veg is enough, as potatoes are veg too.... :ohno:
     
  9. littleme

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    So, the carer thinks that if you've run out of Plain flour, you can use self raising flour to make toad in the hole.

    It ended up as a Sausage Cake. With cabbage stalks (not sure where the actual cabbage went).

    The mash was nice.

    The carer is demoted back to Curry only cook.
     
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    You just need a sense of adventure.

    https://www.lovepork.co.uk/recipes/herby-sausage-cakes-with-savoy-cabbage/

    Although, I did think twice before clicking a 'lovepork' website link...
     
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    Bet you didn't :P
     
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    Off to the Seven Stars in a minute for a bite to eat. The good Mrs p is driving so I will be obliged to overindulge on the red wine I think in order to cope with the drive home in my car as, surprise surprise, her car has got a nearly empty battery. They do a rather nice Argentinian red, so the hardship will not really be that great.
     
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    It would be rude of you not to avail yourself of her kindness.
     
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    Takeaway, a lot of gin, and a lie-in. Bliss.
     
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    Takeaway ... Chinese, Indian?
    Gin ... enjoy!
    Lie-in ... lucky you.
     
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    Chinese, Bombay London, and 9am would be amazing....
     
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    Eating crap recently as house moving is stressful and the chippy always seems to be the best option!

    I now have 2 1/2 weeks to move out of my house and put everything into storage - so operation 'clean out the cupboards' is on!

    I've already made a good dent on the freezer (except the husband came home with 8 chicken breasts - you can guess what he's having for tea most nights!)

    Tea tonight was lentil sausage stew (to use up the veggie sausages) and the rest of the week is a real odd assortment!
     
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    When we came back from Cyprus, we were put back a week at the last moment - well, the day before.

    Everything that was ours was packed and gone by then - everything that belonged to the house was cleaned and in place for the inspection, so undoing that was to be as avoided as possible.

    Every meal for the eight more days that we were there was a barbecue.
     
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    BBQ in sunny Cyprus sounds lovely!

    More likely to be chips on a park bench here!
     
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    Mrs up in Formby on business do sausage, bacon, egg and chips for us.

    You may be amazed to hear that a rather nice red has been opened and is in the middle of being consumed, whilst watching The Da Vinci Code.
     
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