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Re: What's for dinner?

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Wifey and I are sharing a lamb biryani, king prawn dansak and saag Bhaji followed by pancakes with Nutella and vanilla ice cream
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tempusmaximus wrote:Pancakes . :D
Clearly the only acceptable answer today :D :thumbup:
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Leg of lamb straight off the grill with homemade mint sauce!
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Chicken korma with rice .
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Sausage and mash


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Sausage and mash tonight
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Breakfast to cheer me up today.

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Chicken & veg tonight .
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Beans on toast .
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Baked potato, beams and cheese with a side salad.

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smegwina wrote:Baked potato, beams and cheese with a side salad.

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gwells wrote:
smegwina wrote:Baked potato, beams and cheese with a side salad.

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Beams? I guess that explains the thick wrists and need for bigger watches.
Either that or my fat fingers! :lol:

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Re: What's for dinner?

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For last night, steamed Ireland razor clam with granulated garlic, scalliongreen onion and vermicelli in soya sauce; Canton style roast goose, baked pork ribs in a sweet apricot sauce, fried garden green with granulated ginger and garlic, and fried rice with egg white, dried scallop, scalliongreen onion and granulated ginger.

Obviously I am Chinese and all local dishes sound fancy (or gross to some) when described in English. Last night was a dinning out and the dishes are more sophisticated than usual home cooking but it was only 50GBP in total and fed 3.

I will continue to contribute to this thread and amuse (or disgust) you with other crazy things that we Chinese eat. :)



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after reading that I must book to go see my friend in HK...I love the idea of those ribs in apricot sauce.
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^^ sounds good over here Aifo
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