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Re: What's for dinner?

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Pizzas for us tonight. Takeaway too, just couldn't be arsed to cook
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
bspj wrote:Wife bought a couple of venison steaks.

But I said they were two deer!
Staggeringly good.

You sleigh me.
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Stoverij met wortelstoemp

(Belgian beef stew, known as carbonnade in French, slow-cooked with dark beer and mustard, served with creamy carrot mash)

The stoverij has been in the slow-cooker all afternoon and has been driving me nuts! :D
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bspj wrote:Not be hind with a comment.
In the end it wasn't megabucks!
Moose for pudding ?
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Jammy Devil wrote:Moose for pudding ?
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We need to rein this in.....
I am red faced at having started it. I blame my mate, 'jac!
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Jammy Devil wrote:
bspj wrote:Not be hind with a comment.
In the end it wasn't megabucks!
Moose for pudding ?
Certainly not.
Doe nuts!
and fish roe for starter...... :lol:
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tonight was chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes and green beans.

now i have cuban black beans cooking for tomorrow's dinner.
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There was a lunch at some point this afternoon that turned into drinks for about eight hours. It memory serves there where some mussels and I believe a beef stroganoff.

I know for sure there was a lot of beer and wine and a good time was had by all.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Homemade shepherds pie,bottle of red,listening to the Arctic Monkeys
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kiter65 wrote:Homemade shepherds pie,bottle of red,listening to the Arctic Monkeys
I love being off work :thumbup:
Ahhhhh, Shepherds Pie and a red.
Smashing!
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Homemade apple pie and custard too

Only wish I had someone to share it with :( :lol:
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Drat! Long way from Lincolnshire....... :(
And 2/3 bottle of red already consumed...... :)
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Shepards pie nearly gone, red nearly gone, but if you are quick I still have the apple pie :thumbup: