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Chicken Korma tonight .
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Leftover turkey tonight.
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Pasta bake .
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Sauteed lettuce with garlic and roasted pork.
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Sticky Moroccan spiced lamb shanks and jewelled rice.

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Dear wife making a slow cooked pot roast dinner.. \:D/
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Fish tonight :thumbup:
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Southern fried chicken wraps with lettuce, cucumber tomato, peppers, red onion & light mayo.
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tempusmaximus wrote:Fish tonight :thumbup:
Fish pie.

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Lunchtime:-

Olive bread sticks
Smoked taramasalata dip
Kiln smoked Scottish Salmon flakes with honey.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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That does sound very nice Guy . Tonight it will be chicken curry and rice .
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Birthday dinner for Louise tonight at Man Friday restaurant in Kinsale.

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Mussels stuffed with garlic breadcrumbs, one plate each to start :

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Delicious Pork Belly for Louise :

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MiniMpi wrote:Birthday dinner for Louise tonight at Man Friday restaurant in Kinsale.

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Lovely steps leading down to the restaurant :

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Just a few awards....... :

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Mussels stuffed with garlic breadcrumbs, one plate each to start :

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Duck for myself :

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Delicious Pork Belly for Louise :

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Apple Crumble :

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Man Friday Meringue :

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Ooh I say Ferg. That looks rather lovely.

Many happies to the lovely Louise and I hope that you both have a wonderful evening.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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I agree with Nick , that does look very nice Ferg , feeling hungry now :lol:
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Friends round for dinner tonight as per normal there is enough food for twice as many people, my wife gets carried away, the starters will be enough for everyone, oh well better let the belt out a couple of notices.


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