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Re: What's for dinner?

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ddav wrote:LMAO I read that as marijuana :silent:
:lol: That's only legal if I lived in Washington State and Colorado. Too cold. :lol:
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Toad in the hole. With Sainsbury's TTD 97% meat sausages.
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Pegleg2001 wrote:Toad in the hole. With Sainsbury's TTD 97% meat sausages.
no horse burgers then :lol:
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Not what's for dinner tonight, but last night I had amazingly good chicken tortilla soup and churros dipped in chocolate sauce for dessert. Yum.
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lasagna for the wife and little monsters tonight
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Steak, homemade chips and tomato salad! Glass of decent red wine.......

....and tomorrow its off to my favourite local Indian Restaurant - The Lady is driving!
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Paella and a glass of Rioja.
May have to dig some saved up casseroles out of the freezer for tomorrow and the weekend. It's bloody 'orrible here! :(
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Cheers!

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big chunk of roast pork - baked potatoes - oven-roasted vegetables...
the odd sip of somethin vinous!

kitchen is smelling great - cupboards are stocked - I work from home and don't need to leave the house until the end of next week - and it is snowing - very happy!

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ddav wrote:
Pegleg2001 wrote:Toad in the hole. With Sainsbury's TTD 97% meat sausages.
no horse burgers then :lol:
I had some Tesco Burgers but they gave me the trots... 8) :thumbdown:

Quick pasta dish tonight as its my cricket club AGM so nothing exciting for me.
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chrisjohnson wrote:Steak, homemade chips and tomato salad! Glass of decent red wine.......

....and tomorrow its off to my favourite local Indian Restaurant - The Lady is driving!
Nice, enjoy tomorrow mate :)
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Paella and a glass of Rioja.
May have to dig some saved up casseroles out of the freezer for tomorrow and the weekend. It's bloody 'orrible here! :(
send me some your snow your only a bit to the east of me and I have none.
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MiniMpi wrote:
chrisjohnson wrote:Steak, homemade chips and tomato salad! Glass of decent red wine.......

....and tomorrow its off to my favourite local Indian Restaurant - The Lady is driving!
Nice, enjoy tomorrow mate :)
The snow defeated my trip to the local Indian as The Lady decided against it (didn't stop me diving to Cheltenham the next day to collect a watch!)

Anyway I am cooking this evening for The Lady and it is Chicken Jerez together with the last glass of Oloroso (the rest is in the chicken).
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Well tonight it was sticky pork ribs with rice. YumYum
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Mediterranean Tray Bake. Made by my own fair hand ( brought them up nice and clean too!)
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