What's for dinner?

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My dear wife surprised me with a slow cooked pot roast. :D
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made cuban black beans and cumin flavored rice tonight. damn good. daaaamn good.
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:D pancakes
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ddav wrote: :D pancakes
+1
And the last :thumbdown: bottle of Pomerol :thumbup: for a wee while.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Chinese chicken wings & sweet potatoes :-)
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Sticky ribs and rice
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Bangers and mash wash down with a bottle of Estella the beer of Barcelona (on special offer in Waitrose). :thumbup:
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bspj wrote:
ddav wrote: :D pancakes
+1
And the last :thumbdown: bottle of Pomerol :thumbup: for a wee while.
I was VERY unclear :?
Sorry, on such an IMPORTANT issue. :oops: ,
Muscadet with the pancakes, :thumbup:
The Pomerol is for the cheesefest after. :thumbup:
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home made tilapia tacos with fresh tomato and avocado salad.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Battered dolphin (Mahi Mahi not flipper)
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james80 wrote:Battered dolphin (Mahi Mahi not flipper)
That's interesting.
Is it fishy or meaty?
I assume the 'battered' is the way of cooking, not the way the creature died?
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Went to local Italian. All four of us were wearing CW watches! Is this a record?


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chrisjohnson wrote:Went to local Italian. All four of us were wearing CW watches!
Hope you all got there on time! :lol:

(I had a curry)
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bspj wrote:
james80 wrote:Battered dolphin (Mahi Mahi not flipper)
That's interesting.
Is it fishy or meaty?
I assume the 'battered' is the way of cooking, not the way the creature died?
It's meaty one of the best eating fish I would say.

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chrisjohnson wrote:Went to local Italian. All four of us were wearing CW watches! Is this a record?


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