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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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    Oven meal.

    Enchiladas, jacket spuds and coleslaw.
     
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    Cottage pie...


    ... Let winter commence! Nom Nom Nom....
     
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    Health eating tonight. Whilst Mrs p tucks into some sort of cold vegan pasta salad nonsense, jr and I will be having black pudding and egg baps.

    We went on a 15 mile walk over the Chase earlier with the dog, so we're with it.
     
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    Oooh sounds great...
     
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    The walk or the food?
     
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    Just the food today...
     
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    We had butter chicken curry. Was meant be sweet & sour, but he is my baby and I give in far too easily.
     
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    Love butter chicken, and you do it cos you're a good mom.
     
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    Oh yes, the OH is in charge of Cottage Pie and won't make it in the summer. I know what were having this week, thanks for the reminder!
     
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    Jacket potatoes, beans & cheese.
     
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    Mushroom tagliatelle, garlic bread and bread and butter pudding.
     
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    Chinese from Essense of the Orient.
     
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    I'll be round in 10, no ones, in yet, and the spuds, are still in the oven....
     
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    We had cottage pie the other night, tonight we had chicken casserole, loads of vegetables in it and served with mashed potato.

    It’s definitely time for Winter Warmers.
     
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    We’ve got a glut of tomatoes of several varieties from the garden so tonight we’re having prawn pasta with the sauce made from the cherry tomatoes.
     
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    Sausages & med veg with couscous. (courgettes, butternut squash, baby plum tomatoes, peppers, onions and balsamic glaze)

    Tiramisu cheesecake for afters. Or, crackers & Stilton, I'm not sure yet.
     
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    Weeping Cross Chippy tea tonight, followed by a shed load of raspberries I picked in the garden earlier.

    Also I shall be christening a bottle of Highland Park as well I think.
     
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    I've frozen a lot of whole tomatoes this year, apparently it works!
     
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    Good idea, although I’ve been using loads fresh.

    I did make a batch of tomato soup the other day and have frozen that and I’ll be making more pasta sauce and freezing that also.
     
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    You can freeze whole tomatoes? I did not know this. I often freeze sliced peppers, chopped carrots & sweede, I grate carrot & courgette and freeze and use in sauces as it almost dissolves in sauces and gives a lovely flavour.
     

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