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As American as it gets...McDonald's Big Mac, tasty hot (hopefully) fries and a big ol' fountain Coke.
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Salmon and Tuna Sushi tonight.
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As the good wife is out in London today, I have had to fend for myself.
As she had advised me I had an ever growing collection of pickles in the cupboard, I decided a salad was the way to go.
So tonight I had Bacon and Leek Quiche, with leafy salad, cheery toms and Lots of pickles.

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Ribeye steak, jacket potato and mixed salad
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it's sauce day here (warning, picture heavy)

50# of romas from the farmer's market.
a mess of onion/garlic/carrot/celery (mirepoix)
huge pile of basil
a handful of random mix of hot peppers from the garden for the hell of it.

end result: about 20 quarts of sauce (damn near filled my 23qt pot).

first time i've used the kitchenaid attachment to do the sauce. omg that's *SOOOO* much easier than skinning/deseeding by hand. i can't believe i didn't buy this years ago. my back is so much happier this afternoon than it usually is.

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Pasta - sauce cooked with Indian spices and curry leaves.
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Pork belly with chorizo cassoulet warm bread and red wine.

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Fish, chips and peas now that my wife has just got in.

I'm thin now so I can.

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scooter wrote:Fish, chips and peas now that my wife has just got in.

I'm thin now so I can.

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Jacket potato, an apple and a cup of mint tea - because I am not yet as thin as I would like to be! :lol:

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Good man Neil

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Part of yesterday's all day bbq.

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French onion soup followed by a rack of ribs :)
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Lamb shank with baby carrots slow cooked in red wine, garlic and herb sauce, new potatoes and broccoli; French apple tart with crème fraîche; Camembert lait cru and Cropwell Bishop Stilton; Rioja.
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Smoked haddock and sweetcorn chowder.
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