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bspj wrote:How VERY healthy.
'specially the three glasses of Malborough Sauvignon Blanc! 'hic! :oops:
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Richard B wrote:
bspj wrote:How VERY healthy.
'specially the three glasses of Malborough Sauvignon Blanc! 'hic! :oops:
ADORE Marlborough Sauvignons. Very more-ish, too :thumbup:
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Grilled Sea-Bass, baby vegetables and....................


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Washed down with?
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A simple Spanish White.
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Chorizo and pea risotto with roasted cherry tomatoes and smoked haddock.
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Bangers & cheddar mash (sausages, spuds & cheese from local farm shop), petits pois "oeil d'oiseau", spiced apple pie & cream (also from farm shop), Thwaites' Wainwright Ale! :D
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Salad!
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Chicken fajitas .
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ddav wrote:Chicken fajitas .
Good choice, may I say
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Homemade BBQ ribs onion rings and coleslaw
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Picnic in my garden with my wife and a bottle of Moët & Chandon. Perfect way to put right a frustrating day. :D
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Simple sausage and sweet potato mash tonight. Maybe with one of the leftover handmade scotch eggs.
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Still at work so dinner will be a large shot of 15 year old El Dorado when I get home around 10pm!
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Leo David wrote:Still at work so dinner will be a large shot of 15 year old El Dorado when I get home around 10pm!
Enjoy it LD I had some 15 year old with coconut water on Sunday evening. I haven't drank hard liquor for quite a while and had forgotten how nice El Dorado is.