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Re: What's for dinner?

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gwells wrote:jambalaya.
I haven't had that for years (and love it!!).

What's the outline of your recipe?

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Freezer raid - last of a batch of chicken casserole I made before Christmas! :D
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Out this evening. Going to the Tiger Inn in the Kent countryside. Some of you on here might now where it is. Food's good for a pub and I'm going out with my oldest and dearest friends so I'm looking forward to it.
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Pot roast pheasant.


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A proper beef madras cooked from scratch...none of that paste and sauce stuff. Yum.
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village wrote:A proper beef madras cooked from scratch...none of that paste and sauce stuff. Yum.
Washed down with beer? (I hope not all lost in the laundry)
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Football evening..

Homemade bread and fresh cold cuts. :D
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Marks and Spencer's Beef Lasagne served with Heinz baked beans.

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Ribs
Fries
Onion Rings
Corn on the cob
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Sausage and mash (the wife's cooking)
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Oxtail stew and red wine. Damn, I love this time of year.
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Roast pork Sunday "lunch" at 4pm! :D
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Green lipped mussels cooked in cider and butter with a little garlic, served with fresh French bread and Sauvignon Blanc.
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M&S beef and Horseradish sandwich and a bottle of water as I waited for my daughters train to arrive. She's home for the weekend from university. :jg:
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Berkshire wrote:M&S beef and Horseradish sandwich and a bottle of water as I waited for my daughters train to arrive. She's home for the weekend from university. :jg:
Poor you. Did the performance finish well?
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