What's for dinner?

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My wife's venison stew. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
With a glass of Tempranillo.
Well, a glass or so......
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I had a craving for boiled eggs with soldiers tonight. Very nice they were too
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gbbird wrote:I had a craving for boiled eggs with soldiers tonight. Very nice they were too
As a kid I used to collect eggs and carry them straight to the pot... then toast home-made bread soldiers to dunk. Such a simple meal, but perfect :)
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Cirrus wrote:
gbbird wrote:I had a craving for boiled eggs with soldiers tonight. Very nice they were too
As a kid I used to collect eggs and carry them straight to the pot... then toast home-made bread soldiers to dunk. Such a simple meal, but perfect :)
Indeed. Have to have a glass a milk with it too
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gbbird wrote:I had a craving for boiled eggs with soldiers tonight. Very nice they were too
And now I want eggs and soldiers! :mad:
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smegwina wrote:
gbbird wrote:I had a craving for boiled eggs with soldiers tonight. Very nice they were too
And now I want eggs and soldiers! :mad:

Ha ha! Go on, do it do it do it
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Beef stew and a jacket with a large knob of butter
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Pea and ham soup, chilli sardines on pumpernickel, assorted French cheeses and a glass or two of vintage Rioja.
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A nice Thai curry
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Acrobatic duck :thumbup: :lol:
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First pheasant of the winter :thumbup:
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Rich homemade Lamb curry with rice.

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CHILLI con carne
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Fish 'n' Chips!
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Slow roast belly of pork. Cooked over roast vegetables which will be finished off in cider and strained for the gravy. Served with Dauphinois spuds and sprouts. Winter comfort food.
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