What's for dinner?

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Hotpot with slices of lamp!~:D
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walaycow wrote:Hotpot with slices of lamp!~:D
I love lamp!

Brick Tamland :lol:
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Every so often you find the perfect little eatery. This one is in Paphos, right on the sea front...

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Seafood Meze, octopus, calamari, fried baby squid, prawns, mussels, roasted veg...

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The view isn't bad either...

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Every so often you find the perfect little eatery. This one is in Paphos,fright on the sea front...

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Seafood Meze, octopus, calamari, fried baby squid, prawns, mussels, roasted veg...

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The view isn't bad either...

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Food, location...... all looks bloody fantastic! Not at all jealous :mad:

But have a word with the chap in the orange chequered shirt in the first piccie!. :shock:
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All looks super.
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http://www.marthastewart.com/1083368/beef-stroganoff

damn, that jailbird has a fantastic stroganoff recipe.
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Went out today for a most acceptable lunch! My two favourite courses!

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Had the beetroot one before, but the chocolate sphere was a new one.
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smegwina wrote:Went out today for a most acceptable lunch! My two favourite courses!

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Had the beetroot one before, but the chocolate sphere was a new one.
Midsummer House?

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Paella followed by poached pears and cinnamon ice cream.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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nbg wrote:
smegwina wrote:Went out today for a most acceptable lunch! My two favourite courses!

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Had the beetroot one before, but the chocolate sphere was a new one.
Midsummer House?

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Certainly was. Well done that man.

Food is fantastic, but a bugger to get in. Lunch is easier to get a table for.

Surprised to see the Maître D' from the Waterside Inn has been poached and is now there!

Alimentum is easier to get a table for if you are looking for meal in Cambridge.
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smegwina wrote:
nbg wrote:
smegwina wrote:Went out today for a most acceptable lunch! My two favourite courses!

Had the beetroot one before, but the chocolate sphere was a new one.
Midsummer House?

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Certainly was. Well done that man.

Food is fantastic, but a bugger to get in. Lunch is easier to get a table for.

Surprised to see the Maître D' from the Waterside Inn has been poached and is now there!

Alimentum is easier to get a table for if you are looking for meal in Cambridge.
Midsummer House is on my must visit list; a bit further away for me though than a quick trip to Bray.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Oh how this thread has evolved!

I've just been reading a few of the foods mentioned on the first two pages, and comparing that with some of the latter stuff.

How the other half live! ;)

Just to bring it back a bit, I had cream of chicken soup and dry bread this evening!

But then I am feeling pretty rubbish and the only thing I could stomach... :(
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smegwina wrote:Went out today for a most acceptable lunch! My two favourite courses!

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Had the beetroot one before, but the chocolate sphere was a new one.
Looks perfectly lovely, Nick.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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This evening I will be cooking roast leg of lamb with chorizo, orange, sunsoaked tomatoes and parsley. Served with crunchy-topped aubergine and pepper bake and roast potatoes.

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nbg wrote:This evening I will be cooking roast leg of lamb with chorizo, orange, sunsoaked tomatoes and parsley. Served with crunchy-topped aubergine and pepper bake and roast potatoes.

Neil
Now that sounds a very interesting combination! Sounds rather fun.
Beaujolais, perhaps?
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