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Venison burger topped with dry cured crispy bacon and extra mature cheddar, with roasted shallots, roasted tomatoes and honey glazed sweet potato chips.

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Right bunch of foodies, aren't we? We can't just do cheese on toast or burger and chips, can we? :lol:
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Does a bacon sandwich count?

It was very tasty.

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Technically, I suppose mine was burger and chips. Also cooked up a batch of chilli sauce for the guys at work while I was in the kitchen
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I did a gluten free quiche. Bloody nightmare to proof/roll as no gluten! Still, tastes lovely.
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Right bunch of foodies, aren't we? We can't just do cheese on toast or burger and chips, can we? :lol:
SWMBO works away a lot - 1-3 nights a week most weeks - so there is quite a lot of cheese on toast or burger and chips consumed in her absence! 8)
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Pizza on the menu tonight
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Bit early for dinner, but after a busy morning, just settled down for crumpets with my wife.....dripping with butter and toasted before a wood fire, washed down with an aromatic tea blend. :wave:
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Leg of venison here. Duly shot & butchered by the in-law.




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mabotham wrote:Leg of venison here. Duly shot & butchered by the in-law.

Was it cheap or deer?


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Chicken and sweet potato mash for us :-)


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bspj wrote:
mabotham wrote:Leg of venison here. Duly shot & butchered by the in-law.

Was it cheap or deer?


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bspj wrote:Bit early for dinner, but after a busy morning, just settled down for crumpets with my wife.....dripping with butter and toasted before a wood fire, washed down with an aromatic tea blend. :wave:
Sounds great Steve.
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bspj wrote:
mabotham wrote:Leg of venison here. Duly shot & butchered by the in-law.

Was it cheap or deer?


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Oh for Heaven's sake pay attention that man! He said venison....not capon!
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
bspj wrote:
mabotham wrote:Leg of venison here. Duly shot & butchered by the in-law.

Was it cheap or deer?


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Oh for Heaven's sake pay attention that man! He said venison....not capon!
That's absolutely fowl.
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