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Re: What's for dinner?

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Chicken Balti with spinach and Naan, small glass of St Peters Beer and watch the football.
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Half of a Marks and Spencer's Beef Lasagne and then down to the pub for a few pints from my local brewery.

http://www.milkstreetbrewery.co.uk/

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Brisket of course, on the smoker right now, it's traditional in Tx
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Chilli with hidden veg.

I must get better at hiding them though my daughter may only be two but she can sniff out suspicious vegetables at the drop of a hat!
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Sweet chilli chicken stir fry
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Laal Maas - Vivek Singh recipe

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Thai green curry with homemade coriander and garlic nann bread, mango chutney and poppadoms
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Not much. Bloody fasting days...rumble..
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Home made fish pie... with a glass of something lovely! Fabulous!
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Slow roasted beef brisket
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Looks nice! I have a carbonnade flamande in the slow-cooker right now, with carrot and swede mash to go with it. :D
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What's for dinner?

I'll have to ask my wife.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Chilli con Carne!
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Chicken tikka dhansak, keema rice.
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chicken madras and rice :D
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