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Re: What's for dinner?

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Stuff the dinner, black forest gateau & strawberry gateau for afters. :lol:

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And yes that is a full size dinner plate. :shock:
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footycrazy wrote:Stuff the dinner, black forest gateau & strawberry gateau for afters. :lol:

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And yes that is a full size dinner plate. :shock:
Respect! Although you will be resizing those braclets again in the New Year! :lol:
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Its ok Nick, the new years resolution is always to diet. :lol:
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Grilled these thick ribeyes with plenty of mesquite smoke and rosemary.

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Still on leftovers
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Re: What's for dinner?

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ddav wrote:Still on leftovers
Chef?
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Leftovers all gone! :D

Jacket spud with cheese and beans! :lol:
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chrisjohnson wrote:
ddav wrote:Still on leftovers
Chef?
Day off! :lol:
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ddav wrote:Still on leftovers


Same here :thumbup:
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tempusmaximus wrote:
ddav wrote:Still on leftovers


Same here :thumbup:
Tonight the last of the scraps was turned into a salad and wash down with a pint of London Pride. All in all probably the most enjoyable TV supper I've had for sometime. :D
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Steak , mushrooms and onion rings :)
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Sprout and stilton soup. Nicer than it sounds. :grin:
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Couldn't be much worse :shock:
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Re: What's for dinner?

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I marinated some venison in dark ale overnight. It's been in the slow cooker for a couple of hours with shallots and carrots and will be eaten with broccoli mash and washed down with a vintage Rioja.
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Roast beef supper tonight washed down by a Portuguese Shiraz Tinta Roriz. :D