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Re: What's for dinner?

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Locally reared and killed ribeye steaks,
Sweated onions,
Portobello mushrooms,
Chips,
Rioja.




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Re: What's for dinner?

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Homemade Lasagne and homemade apple pie. :D Wife must have spent money. :problem:
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Kip wrote:Homemade Lasagne and homemade apple pie. :D Wife must have spent money. :problem:
Any leftovers for the pack?
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heading out for Italian tonight :thumbup:
(wife rarely cooks :silent: )
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Last year was supposed to have been 'the summer of British fruit'.
That being so I waited eagerly for the appearance of my favourite dessert on the supermarket shelves and restaurant menus.

And guess what......

.......not one! Not one freakin' pud!

So this year I decided not to risk it, so I made my own.....


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SUMMER PUDDING!!!

nom, nom, nom.....


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Re: What's for dinner?

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Oh, nom nom nom indeed! Can you send a slice thru cyberspace, Nick? Avec le custard, svp?
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Oh, nom nom nom indeed! Can you send a slice thru cyberspace, Nick? Avec le custard, svp?
You know I would if I could, but I've eaten it!

With mascarpone!


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Re: What's for dinner?

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Greedy bar steward! :lol:
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Greedy bar steward! :lol:
To be fair the wife and child had some too....

Though they did have to fight me for it....


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Anyway, last week I visited my Mum who, at 85, still makes the best strawberry & cherry (or apple & blueberry) pie in the history of the universe. This time she excelled herself and made both the day before I came home. S&C has been nomnomnommed over a few days with clotted cream, and A&B is in the freezer awaiting my pleasure! :D

Oh, and dinner? Suffolk Snorkers, chips & beans. Très elegant! :lol:
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poppydoodlesdad wrote:Last year was supposed to have been 'the summer of British fruit'.
That being so I waited eagerly for the appearance of my favourite dessert on the supermarket shelves and restaurant menus.

And guess what......

.......not one! Not one freakin' pud!

So this year I decided not to risk it, so I made my own.....


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SUMMER PUDDING!!!

nom, nom, nom.....


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That looks just like Mum makes! I love summer pudding........

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Re: What's for dinner?

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White rice with cuttlefish and kimchi. What can I say? I'm half Korean. The Scottish half of me would kill for a bite of good haggis though. Just can't get it here in the States.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Steaknchips again!
Starter
Apple Martinis
Mains
Two thick fillets,
Shropshire Blue,
Tender stem,
French beans,
(Imported) asparagus,
Caramelised onions,
Jockeys' whips.
Just for a change, a decent Rioja.

Bees and chiskets
Westcombe cheddar,
Creme de delice,
Colton Bassett Stilton

Pudding
Fresh fruit salad to evince our healthiness! :lol:
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Re: What's for dinner?

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mattlad wrote:
poppydoodlesdad wrote:Last year was supposed to have been 'the summer of British fruit'.
That being so I waited eagerly for the appearance of my favourite dessert on the supermarket shelves and restaurant menus.

And guess what......

.......not one! Not one freakin' pud!

So this year I decided not to risk it, so I made my own.....


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SUMMER PUDDING!!!

nom, nom, nom.....


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That looks just like Mum makes! I love summer pudding........

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Re: What's for dinner?

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bspj wrote: So pleased the domestic campaign against excessive drinking is going well. In fact my first alcoholic drink was before 9.00 this morning!!!!!!!!!!'
Does communion wine count, then? :lol:
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