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A nice juicy gammon steak
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A perfectly ghastly day means some comfort food was needed:
a few glasses of Fino
Free-range, corn-fed roast chicken
Forcemeat and onion stuffing
Al dente broccoli
Carrots
(Bought[!]) mini rostis.
with 2011 Faustino Rioja
To come:
Fresh fruits
Saint Eadburgha
Westcombe Cheddar
Cambozola
Shropshire blue,
Grapes.
And another bottle of Rioja (at least)
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Fish broth, geera pork and a lamb, whole in a la Caja box.

Oh and curry duck.
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bspj wrote:A perfectly ghastly day means some comfort food was needed:
a few glasses of Fino
Free-range, corn-fed roast chicken
Forcemeat and onion stuffing
Al dente broccoli
Carrots
(Bought[!]) mini rostis.
with 2011 Faustino Rioja
To come:
Fresh fruits
Saint Eadburgha
Westcombe Cheddar
Cambozola
Shropshire blue,
Grapes.
And another bottle of Rioja (at least)
You know how to enjoy life! I love al dente broccoli :D

I've just had a filet steak, and whilst it wasn't very big, it was so thick it was warm and rare in the middle.
(It was a thick as it was wide!)

Cheaper than a take-away :thumbup:
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Pork joint in. :D
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Kids are all out partying leaving my wife and I to enjoy a Chinese takeaway and a bottle of wine. :D
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Berkshire wrote:Kids are all out partying leaving my wife and I to enjoy a Chinese takeaway and a bottle of wine. :D
We really enjoy a quiet night in at New Year....and often go to bed before midnight!
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Carbonnade flamande, broccoli mash, apple tart, Camembert lait cru with home-made cheese bread, and a most intriguing Jordanian Cabernet I was given at Christmas!
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Wife at work so it's just me... (J about to be bathed) . So I reckon Spaghetti on toast..... And a Budweiser !
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bspj wrote:
Berkshire wrote:Kids are all out partying leaving my wife and I to enjoy a Chinese takeaway and a bottle of wine. :D
We really enjoy a quiet night in at New Year....and often go to bed before midnight!
Midnight we will take a stroll around our neighbourhood. Last year the sky was filled with lanterns and fireworks. Not that keen on the lanterns as they can be dangerous to both wildlife and property. There has been a local campaign to dissuade people lighting lanterns this year. Will be interesting to see if it has worked. Away a gentle stroll will aid digestion. :D
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Carbonnade flamande, broccoli mash, apple tart, Camembert lait cru with home-made cheese bread, and a most intriguing Jordanian Cabernet I was given at Christmas!
Jordanian Cabernet? How extraordinary!
Ever tried Chateau Musar? Lebanese......very strong tobacco overtones.
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mabotham wrote:..... And a Budweiser !
Sad times !
*that's* truly sad!
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bspj wrote:Jordanian Cabernet? How extraordinary!
Ever tried Chateau Musar? Lebanese......very strong tobacco overtones.
Here's the link...

http://www.zumot-wines.com/ourWines.php

I was given the Cabernet Sauvignon and it is going down extremely well.

Never had the Lebanese stuff, but I've drunk plenty of Turkish and Tunisian wines. My favourite oddball local wine, though, is the Lanzarote Malvasía, grown in the volcanic soil of La Geria. Never found it in the UK.
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bspj wrote:Westcombe Cheddar
That comes from Lower Westcombe Farm, 9 miles from where I live.

http://www.westcombedairy.com/

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Cheese on toast, on my home-made basil and cheese bread (Lincolnshire Poacher), with caramelised red onion relish and a glass of Rioja.
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