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Re: What's for dinner?

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Couldn't agree with you more Steve, we swore years ago that we're never going out on valentines. Add to that the over priced sub par "special" set menus that even some decent restaurants try to force on you and all in all it's a bad idea.

Some candles and I shall grill.
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Is there such a thing called St Valentines , I thought it was a day made up by card companies to sell more of them .


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james80 wrote:Couldn't agree with you more Steve, we swore years ago that we're never going out on valentines. Add to that the over priced sub par "special" set menus that even some decent restaurants try to force on you and all in all it's a bad idea.

Some candles and I shall grill.
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JAG wrote:Is there such a thing called St Valentines , I thought it was a day made up by card companies to sell more of them .


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It really is the feast of St Valentine, patron saint of lovers. My lectionary calls it a 'minor feast day' so I took my wife out at lunchtime to a minor feast of steak and mushroom pie 'n' chips, washed down with a coupla pints of Doom Bar :lol:
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Smoked salmon and caviar* blinis
(Wairu Cove NZ Sauvignon Blanc) :thumbup:
Roast leg of lamb in mushroom and creme de cassis reduction, gratin dauphinoise, steamed leeks, broccoli,
(Jadot Baune) :thumbup:
Selection of cheeses with loadsanloads of grapes
(cheese still with the Baune)
Oranges in Grand Marnier
Hic
(NOT haec hoc.....)








*as in lumpfish, NOT beluga, sevruga, etc.
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Went to a nice, reasonably priced burger joint. They had a nice selection of beers: Anchor, Brooklyn, Samuel Adams etc.
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Roast rib of Hereford beef with all the trimmings now consumed :thumbup:
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I like Adams......it's very English!
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highway62 wrote:Roast rib of Hereford beef with all the trimmings now consumed :thumbup:
Still pink in the middle?
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Most definitely
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highway62 wrote:Most definitely
Oh, goodoh! :D
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Meat thermometer takes out all the instinct/guesswork :D
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highway62 wrote:Meat thermometer takes out all the instinct/guesswork :D
The quartz of cookery :lol:
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:clap:
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Re: What's for dinner?

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baked spaghetti and meatballs. made a batch of 32 meatballs yesterday and a pot of marinara today.

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