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Re: What's for dinner?

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bspj wrote:
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.

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I cooked a beef roast.

Cut of beef from the butcher roasted on top of parsnips and red onions, roast potatoes and steamed carrots with a wholegrain mustard Yorkshire pudding.

Used the red onion beef swill as the basis for a port gravy. Still feeling a bit bloated, frankly.
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Striploin Fillet.... de Cheval :shock: .

I wondered what all the fuss was about when the horse meat scandal broke, especially given some of our continental cousins have never been that averse. Eventually found an online UK supplier and must admit it has now become an occasional alternative to a traditional beef steak. Cooked exactly the same, it's just as tender, a bit sweeter and perhaps just a touch gamier.
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^^^ yum! /jk

not really dinner but a colorful brunch with the wife after a morning at the urologist :shock:

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Sausages & spaghetti :ka:

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Last night...calamari followed by a huge swordfish steak with creamy curry sauce, caramelised banana, salad and chips.
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Still slummin it Steve :lol:
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Simple supper...Staffordshire oatcakes with grilled bacon, tomato and cheese. Been visiting my mum and remembered to go and see th'oatcake man yeaterday. Result - 3 dozen of the beauties sitting in my freezer. Anyone except downer and Mike.ktf know these? Borrowed pic...

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Pork belly and jasmine rice.
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Simple supper...Staffordshire oatcakes with grilled bacon, tomato and cheese. Been visiting my mum and remembered to go and see th'oatcake man yeaterday. Result - 3 dozen of the beauties sitting in my freezer. Anyone except downer and Mike.ktf know these? Borrowed pic...

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Tonight:
Snails, chateaubriand, Eton mess (deal on at Hotel du Vin...includes Merlot Ordinaire). :thumbup:
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bspj wrote:Tonight:
Snails, chateaubriand, Eton mess (deal on at Hotel du Vin...includes Merlot Ordinaire). :thumbup:
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Home made lasagne.
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