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In Yorkshire it's breakfast, dinner and tea.

Here's my tea :-). Homemade Chinese curry
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Paella de rape con azafrán.

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In Yorkshire it's breakfast, dinner and tea.
Same here (Lancashire). I had a sandwich and a banana for my dinner. Obviously not posh enough for the forum!
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Maybe smoked salmon and pork pie.
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/56#FridayFryUp

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With a goblet of Rioja.

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Haunch of Venison.
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The missus' home made chicken soup. It's euphoric. I tell her all the time, I married her for the way she cooks and the fact that she has small hands.
The cooking, self explanatory, the hands?. To make any diamond I gave her, look huge . Well, truth be told, diamonds and other things.. 😉
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In Yorkshire it's breakfast, dinner, tea or at least that's how I was brought up :-). So dinner today for me was 2 fish finger sarnies :-)
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golfjunky wrote: Fri Dec 24, 2021 6:23 pm F5D2D962-DE1D-4B4A-A193-6A23299AADD6.jpeg
My sister is quite close (Great Waltham), I may well have been here when mooching around Dunmow :D
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Pot roast, slow cooked for close to four hours.

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jkbarnes wrote: Sun Jan 23, 2022 1:26 am Pot roast, slow cooked for close to four hours.
Looks quite delicious, Andrew. Today I have neck fillet of lamb heading off to the slow cooker with onions, garlic, carrots, herbs and a stock fortified with a glass of red wine.

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Philly cheesesteak wit whiz tonight.

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Last night it was haggis, neeps and tatties. Of course it was Burns Night!
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Re: What's for dinner?

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^^^^ My village pub, I was in there for lunch yesterday, was running a Burns Night menu for Dinner last night.

Quite well booked up, by all accounts, in gloomy Hertfordshire.

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