What's for dinner?

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mabotham wrote:
bspj wrote:Tonight:
Snails, chateaubriand, Eton mess (deal on at Hotel du Vin...includes Merlot Ordinaire). :thumbup:
Enjoy Sir !


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Stripped the bones of the weekend's roast chicken.
Cubed the meat and gently fried with chestnut mushrooms in sesame oil.
Added to wild mushroom and Marsala sauce (Tesco's Finest) and cooked pasta.

Pudding: tarte aux pommes (TF again!) with a dollop of coconut yoghurt.

Romeral 2011 Rioja (M&S - a present)...wonderfully creamy wine. Recork or finish? :ka:
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Stripped the bones of the weekend's roast chicken.
Cubed the meat and gently fried with chestnut mushrooms in sesame oil.
Added to wild mushroom and Marsala sauce (Tesco's Finest) and cooked pasta.

Pudding: tarte aux pommes (TF again!) with a dollop of coconut yoghurt.

Romeral 2011 Rioja (M&S - a present)...wonderfully creamy wine. Recork or finish? :ka:
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I wondered how long that would take? :lol:
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Consummatum est?
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Stripped the bones of the weekend's roast chicken.
Cubed the meat and gently fried with chestnut mushrooms in sesame oil.
Added to wild mushroom and Marsala sauce (Tesco's Finest) and cooked pasta.

Pudding: tarte aux pommes (TF again!) with a dollop of coconut yoghurt.

Romeral 2011 Rioja (M&S - a present)...wonderfully creamy wine. Recork or finish? :ka:
Recorked wine is the leading cause of hangovers and food poisening.

The only certain way of avoiding the above is to sup the lot.

Stop faffing and get slurping.
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smegwina wrote:
Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Stripped the bones of the weekend's roast chicken.
Cubed the meat and gently fried with chestnut mushrooms in sesame oil.
Added to wild mushroom and Marsala sauce (Tesco's Finest) and cooked pasta.

Pudding: tarte aux pommes (TF again!) with a dollop of coconut yoghurt.

Romeral 2011 Rioja (M&S - a present)...wonderfully creamy wine. Recork or finish? :ka:
Recorked wine is the leading cause of hangovers and food poisening.

The only certain way of avoiding the above is to sup the lot.

Stop faffing and get slurping.
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bspj wrote:Consummatum est?
Mox erit.
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:I wondered how long that would take? :lol:
I thought I'd been very restrained -as were you last May. :D
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Round 1 of 3.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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A nice piece of lean lamb shoulder, marinated in Rioja, garlic and rosemary, has just gone into the slow cooker on the lowest setting! Should be good tonight.
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Prawn Pasta :thumbup:
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Figs and raw ham (NZ Sauvignon Plonk)
Rack of lamb, redcurrant and Creme de Cassis reduction (claret)
parmentier potatoes
carrots
broccoli
nectarines in Amoretto
Westcombe Cheddar, Colston Basset Stilton, Morbier.
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La souris d'agneau à lente cuisson dans sa sauce Bordeaux, ail et romarin, pommes persillées, carottes et petits pois.
Les fromages roquefort et braconnier du Lincolnshire.
La tarte aux pommes et myrtilles, crème épaisse de Cornouailles.
Château Roc de Minvielle 2012.

Why do menus just sound better in French? :D
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Re: What's for dinner?

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weiner schnitzel, potatoes with onions and bacon, cucumber dill salad, three hefedunkels, and apfel streudel. on an expense account (the best kind of meal).

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