What's for dinner?

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Homemade sausages...


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Re: What's for dinner?

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Co-Op stuffed crust double pepperoni Pizza. Better than S'bury, Tesco & Waitrose equivalent (IMHO naturally). :thumbup:

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Chicken madras . :feuer:
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Chicken Jalfrezi :hot2:
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Steak with new potatoes, runner beans and a salad of beetroot, feta, orange and mint.

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After 2 days of bathroom remodeling I am having a liquid dinner. :cheers:
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Cheesy chips in a beachside pub in Devon :-)
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Calzone with bolognese sauce from the local Italian - delicious as ever.
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It was bangers and mash tonight :) with onion gravy .
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Autumnal cuisine. It's that time of year again. Break out the old slow cooker.

Neck fillet of lamb, marinated in Blandford Flyer, cooked in same with leeks and carrots and served with fluffy mash. This had been braising all afternoon and the smell when I got home from swimming was divine!

Washed down with Blandford Flyer, naturally! :D
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Re: What's for dinner?

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See (ibid) wot r u drinkin'

Steamed asparagus with melted butter, pepper and Parmesan cheese.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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I made this strange ground chicken pasta vegetable soupy thing.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Chicken tikka lasagne :)
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tempusmaximus wrote:Chicken tikka lasagne :)
Is that even a thing???

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smegwina wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:Chicken tikka lasagne :)
Is that even a thing???

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You never had chicken tikka lasagne ? , you should try it , if you like curry and lasagne its great :thumbup:

I would put a picture up of it , but photobucket is still down :censored:
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