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Ham and cheese omelette tonight.


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PB sandwich.
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delmonico from my cousin's farm; mashed potatoes and gravy; green beans with some of the bacon i did last week; and cheesecake with chocolate crust and raspberry sauce.
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It was dinner last night actually - we were going to the theatre so popped into a La Tasca Resturant before hand - set menu of bread and dipping oils as starter and 3 tapas from choice of 11 as main - for £9.95 - fantastic
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Friday today so fish and chips :)
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Pub lunch with some mates, so will wait to see the menu.

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Lamb tagine for tonight, but I've just made Eggs Royale for brunch! :D
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My faviourite treat tonight, barszcz followed by pierogi ruskie and a glass or two of Tyskie. :D
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Berkshire wrote:My faviourite treat tonight, barszcz followed by pierogi ruskie and a glass or two of Tyskie. :D
Beetroot soup & savoury dumplings?
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
Berkshire wrote:My faviourite treat tonight, barszcz followed by pierogi ruskie and a glass or two of Tyskie. :D
Beetroot soup & savoury dumplings?
Spot on. :thumbup:
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Roast chicken Sunday Lunch ... at tea-time since on-call! :lol:
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highway62 wrote:Roast chicken Sunday Lunch ... at tea-time since on-call! :lol:
Chicken casserole
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BBQ chicken ;-)


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Fish and chips from freezer. :thumbdown:
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Eating in tonight because we can't stand over full restaurants which fail to cope on the feast of St Valentine. Eating in the main dining room by candle light (arrrrr)
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