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Re: What's for dinner?

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poppydoodlesdad wrote:Mediterranean Tray Bake. Made by my own fair hand ( brought them up nice and clean too!)
Cooking it is enough, slam it in the dishwasher tomorrow.
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Korean Short Ribs. One of my absolute faves!
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I'm fed up with winter food (warming soups, casseroles etc) so an attempt to shake off the winter blues: sirloin steak, tons of salad, fresh fruit, chilled Kiwi white.

But first, a nice walk by the river, I think! :D
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Sunday dinner today is a salt and pepper coated gammon joint with veg yum!
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the "g" is for Greg...
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The chicken and dumplings look mighty tasty, gwells. It was chicken stir fry with zucchini, mushrooms and asparagus for me tonight.
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Fish pie, made by my darling wife. Very nice - nom, nom!
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Cajun chicken and mayonaisse toasted sandwich
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Cajun chicken and mayonaisse toasted sandwich
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so nice he ate it twice!! :)
the "g" is for Greg...
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I don't feel like cooking tonight. Who wants to have me over for dinner? :lol:
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Even if you left now I don't think you'd make it!
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Re: What's for dinner?

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As there were others about previously ......with apologies to those North of the border.

Tonight is Burns Supper Night at mine.

Haggis wi' tatties an' neeps.

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