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Re: What's for dinner?

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I just joined this forum and didn’t expect to find a thread that would make me hungry 😂
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Dinner out to celebrate my girlfriend / partner's birthday.

She had Cod and I had Venison.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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This evening was haunch of Venison.

The benefit of a son-in-law having a friend responsible for the cull on a local estate.

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nbg wrote: Sat Apr 08, 2023 9:37 pm This evening was haunch of Venison.

The benefit of a son-in-law having a friend responsible for the cull on a local estate.

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Because I and several neighbors have some acreage, we get some venison in exchange for hunting permissions annually. :) My family doesn’t enjoy it much but we are willing to keep trying. We also get a fraction of the maple syrup harvest.
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Tonight is pesto pasta with chicken and veg. Simple and quick.
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Not for dinner, but for lunch, my last roll mop herring. No photo, buy I enjoy these.
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Lunch date with Louise today in Cork city.
Finally used up a voucher we got for Christmas 2019 !!

Very nice indeed.
Fish & chips for me and a chicken burger for Louise who also had a Mojito and I had a Strawberry Mocktail.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Not dinner, but lunch. We are just waiting for our meals in our local Pesto. Picture shortly.

Here we are. Pesto serves small Italian tapas dishes This is for two of us.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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An exuberant little number: white face, clear and easy to read. Excellent reserve, long lasting with a satisfying tail. Recommended.

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A little kebab action tonight. Bourbon pepper seasoning.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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NigelS wrote: Mon Aug 21, 2023 4:14 pm An exuberant little number: white face, clear and easy to read. Excellent reserve, long lasting with a satisfying tail. Recommended.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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This evening is fillet of bambi. :)

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It’s time for those autumn slow-cooker specials again. Drunken Pig tonight: diced pork marinated in cider and cooked for about five hours in the marinade and veg stock with onions, herbs, and carrots. Will be finished with cream and Calvados, and served with broccoli mash, fine beans and a glass of rosé.

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