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that's how most of my recipes end up over time. :)

i may have to experiment. maybe i'll even try being crazy and doing in in my new fancy multi-cooker (pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker all in one).
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Sausage casserole. It'll be tasty as I haven't had to cook it for myself! Just have to finish it before 7 so I don't have to watch the blasted One Show haha!
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Mission accomplished, in and out like a pro! No One Show for me!
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How pleasing. The antique show is marginally better....I like it cus I am an antique.
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FTIO Nick,
Broccoli and cheddar soup
Beef Wellington in a mushroom, onion and Malmsey sauce
Sauté potatoes
Carrots
Beans
Broccoli

Westcombe crusted cheddar
Colston Basset Stilton,
Brie,
Stinking Bishop
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Strawberries, chocolate sauce, cream,
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bspj wrote:FTIO Nick,
Broccoli and cheddar soup
Beef Wellington in a mushroom, onion and Malmsey sauce
Sauté potatoes
Carrots
Beans
Broccoli

Westcombe crusted cheddar
Colston Basset Stilton,
Brie,
Stinking Bishop
(Rioja)

Strawberries, chocolate sauce, cream,
(Champagne Vazart Coquart PC)
Smeggers approves!

I certainly approve of the cheese selection. I am most intrigued by the crusted cheddar.

I love a good Beef Wellington (but am trying to cut down a bit on red meat :( ) However on Shrove Tuesday I have special dispensation. The perfect use for excess pancakes is to use them in a Wellington!
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smegwina wrote:
bspj wrote:FTIO Nick,
Broccoli and cheddar soup
Beef Wellington in a mushroom, onion and Malmsey sauce
Sauté potatoes
Carrots
Beans
Broccoli

Westcombe crusted cheddar
Colston Basset Stilton,
Brie,
Stinking Bishop
(Rioja)

Strawberries, chocolate sauce, cream,
(Champagne Vazart Coquart PC)
Smeggers approves!

I certainly approve of the cheese selection. I am most intrigued by the crusted cheddar.

I love a good Beef Wellington (but am trying to cut down a bit on red meat :( ) However on Shrove Tuesday I have special dispensation. The perfect use for excess pancakes is to use them in a Wellington!
A proper cheddar with a rind, coming from the area, not smarket faeces. I prefer the flavour of Westcombe to that of Montgomery. It is REALLY nice!
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Sake and Sushi. Actually it was the first time I ever tried Sake. There were three kinds - I liked the Rock one.
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Grandkids staying the night; had them all day too. Great kids and love them to bits, but they go at 100mph all day. They're now being read a bedtime story by their nana; just had a quick Corona and some olives and chorizo. Pizza in the oven, will be consumed with a 2007 Gran Reserva.
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Home made chicken curry with all the trimmings


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Toad in the hole with some roast veg. Nothing extravagant today, but yummy just the same.
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Should be a Sunday roast BUT it's fillet steak and chips! (plus a few mushrooms and onions)
A good rustic Côte du Rhone. :thumbup:
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Panir Sabzi followed by Chelo Kebab Koobideh and Joojeh Chicken and lots of warm homemade Taftoon bread.
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Gammon steak, pineapple rings, chips, peas and sweet corn.


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