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bspj wrote:
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?
The performance was excellent and so much fun. :D
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Chinese cutters, crispy skin pork, wantons, pepper shrimp and hot wings.
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james80 wrote:Chinese cutters, crispy skin pork, wantons, pepper shrimp and hot wings.
With a beer?
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Chinese also. Crispy duck sping roll and crackers.
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ddav wrote:Chinese also. Crispy duck sping roll and crackers.
With a beer, too?
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ddav wrote:Chinese also. Crispy duck sping roll and crackers.
With a beer, too?
Cider!
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Chicken Curry, almost went for Sweet and sour chicken balls.
With egg fried rice. :thumbup:
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ddav wrote:
bspj wrote:
ddav wrote:Chinese also. Crispy duck sping roll and crackers.
With a beer, too?
Cider!
That'll go well.
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Many beers actually.
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james80 wrote:Many beers actually.
Better and better. :thumbup:
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Yep. Friday evening, quite a few in. What time is it with you Steve?
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It's 4.35pm here as opposed to 3.35 am in the Uk... I'm guessing about 10.35 pm for you?
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Saturday breakfast here, 10am so 2pm UK and 3am over there.
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Thai yellow prawn curry with noodles to-night, washed down with Corona Mexican Beer :thumbup: .
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Brasserie Blanc :D