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What's for dinner/tea?

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

  1. Trumpet

    Trumpet Well-Known Forumite

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    Chilli, rice, garlic bread and finishing off with some Dolcelatte, crackers and this absolutely marvellous drop 20200929_192259.jpeg
     
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    Last night was veggie cottage pie with lashings of gravy and veggies!

    Tonight - chippy tea!

    In my defense I have less than two weeks to move everything I own into storage! It's stressful and looking after myself has taken a backseat!
     
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  3. littleme

    littleme 250,000th poster!

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    Every time you menion chips, I want chips! Not our normal oven chips, but proper chippy chips! CHIIIIIIIPS!


    We had hummus and cheese twists for afters.... I still want Stilton though. :(
     
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  4. Glam

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    I had sausage and chips from the Windmill chippy. He had tikka meat, cheesey chips and mint yoghurt. Bloke serving asked if I wanted salad as well. Had to pass, don't want youngest thinking I'm trying kill him off yet....................
     
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    proactive Behind you with a big stick!

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    Has the rather eccentric lady owner gone from the Windmill then?
     
  6. Glam

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    Eccentric? Don't know who you mean.
     
  7. Glam

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    Tonights offering is Cottage pie. Complete with a pastry base and topped with a generous helping of Cheddar cheese and loads of gravy. If that dunna fill him up, nowt will.
     
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    Sounds autumnal.
     
  9. Glam

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    Fingers crossed, it should last us 2 days. I doubt it tho.
     
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    Cottage pie with pastry? Interesting
     
  11. Glam

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    It's delish x
     
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    Chilli pie!

    Busy evening planned - husband said 'can't you just sling some clips in?'
    No.
    We shall at least attempt to eat well!
     
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  13. Glam

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    Which aisle in Sainsburys do I find Clips??? x
     
  14. littleme

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    Isle 15, with the hairbrushes.
     
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    They're next to the clilli silly :)
     
  16. littleme

    littleme 250,000th poster!

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    Nothing.

    I'm worried, it's the carers day off, his turn to cook, but nothings happening in the kitchen... And he's not phoned for takeaway!

    :lorks:
     
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    Spag bol, raspberry nipple ice cream, red wine.
     
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  18. Glam

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    This was well nice. Left a nice little hole for Mint Vienetta for me, and a tub of Cookie Dough for him.
    Half left for tomorrow nights tea. Job done.
     
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    We had one pot pesto cod, served on top of basmati rice, grated courgette and cherry tomatoes.
    It was delicious.
     
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    Freudian (nip) slip? :dance:
     
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