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Boiled eggs with soldiers :)
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Venison roast with fingerling potatoes and fresh baked bread, with a nice pint of Sam Adams!!
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Egg bread and Heinz beans and sausage. The wife is doing parents evenings so it's just me and a 6 year old. No kitchen either - not expected until Jan'16
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A Ruby Murray , Chicken Korma .
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Salmon.

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Sausage and mash
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Fish and chips

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Fish and chips

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Eammon's Irish Chipper in old town. Probably the best around here.
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Roast skinless chicken with Mediterranean rice "HEALTH KICK"


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Boned and stuffed a chicken with pigeon breasts, black pudding, sweetcorn and lots of tarragon. Hope it's worth the effort!
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Wife in a cooking mood prior to the Patriots game...

Home made spaghetti sauce, apple pie and bread. All to be had at halftime. :D
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Hopefully some ginger honey and soy pulled pork with noodles when I get round to cooking it
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Chicken korma, rice & bombay aloo. Chicken is on slow simmer.
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footycrazy wrote:Chicken korma, rice & bombay aloo. Chicken is on slow simmer.
I am from India and its the first time I heard the term "Bombay aloo". Its just potatoes.