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Re: What's for dinner?

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Pizza today :wave:
Tried to cook a "robber's roast" - an epic failure I must say :thumbup:

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Diced beef, veggies, herbs and the magic ingredient, half a bootle of red wine (OK, three quarters).
All already in the slow cooker for tonight!


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Dunno whether it was a late lunch or an early supper. :?
Fishnchips from the chip shop, washed down with a coupla bottles of Sharp's DoomBar. :thumbup:
I adore fine dining. :lol:
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We're off down Cornwall next Friday.

Plenty of Doom Bar together with St Austell's Tribute and Proper Job will be supped, I am sure.

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Our local used to keep DB on tap.....the then landlady kept it particularly well.....DB indeed!
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bspj wrote: Fishnchips from the chip shop, washed down with a coupla bottles of Sharp's DoomBar.
That to me would be heaven. :D
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Light snack at the vicar cage:
Selection of raw meats with figs (Chilled Manzanilla)
Corn fed, free range roast chicken with streaky bacon and thyme, roast and creamed potatoes, cauliflower cheese, carrots, broccoli. (2013 Chablis)
Bread and butter pudding, vanilla custard, (2008 McWilliams' Morning Light)
Westcombe Cheddar, Colston Basset Stilton, Saint Eadburgha, aged Red Leicester,red grapes, (Taylor's LBV)
Fortnum's Blue Mountain.
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Just had salmon quiche at Batsford Arboretum - not bad, plus display by a Buzzard from the Birds of Prey Centre.
There's always time for one more.
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Don't know what's for dinner, but certainly drinks with friends. :cheers:
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Paul Drawmer wrote:Just had salmon quiche at Batsford Arboretum - not bad, plus display by a Buzzard from the Birds of Prey Centre.
Fifteen minutes from me!
Wonderful in autumn (fall).
Did you manage to walk about a bit? Main paths fairly smooth.
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bspj wrote:
Paul Drawmer wrote:Just had salmon quiche at Batsford Arboretum - not bad, plus display by a Buzzard from the Birds of Prey Centre.
Fifteen minutes from me!
Wonderful in autumn (fall).
Did you manage to walk about a bit? Main paths fairly smooth.
Hi Steve,
No walking today - had a bite to eat and got into an extremely car-centric conversation with similar age couple from Pershore. Had a great time, but the only walking was following SWMBO around the plants for sale.
Drove home with extra greenery in the back!

So - back on topic, I'm not cooking, and we had lunch; so it's home made bread with poached eggs and smoked salmon for supper. With Spitfire Ale.
There's always time for one more.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Spaghetti hoops on toast with melted cheese.. Easy ! Couldn't be bothered to cook !




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Battered Fish :)
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Wife bought a couple of venison steaks.

But I said they were two deer!
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bspj wrote:Wife bought a couple of venison steaks.

But I said they were two deer!
Staggeringly good.

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