What's for dinner?

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ddav wrote: sounds good over here Aifo
I agree Nic , that does sound delicious .
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Seems like Chinese dishes are better received than I thought. Hong Kong is certainly a food paradise for the brave. :)

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looking forward to it.
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Just finished a Paris Brest. :)
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Mutton (goat) biryani, my favorite.
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General Tso's Chicken and Fried Rice :)
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ddav wrote:^^ sounds good over here Aifo
Definitely sounds good, but why get your Razor Clams from Ireland?

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
ddav wrote:^^ sounds good over here Aifo
Definitely sounds good, but why get your Razor Clams from Ireland?

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Oh for that because they are bigger in size than the local ones, almost triple in size.
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Pot noodle :shock:
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tempusmaximus wrote:Pot noodle :shock:
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smegwina wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:Pot noodle :shock:
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I know , all the family are out and we seem to have loads of pot noodles , can't be bothered cooking Nick .
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Just about to ring the Dibley Indian takeaway. Prawn Puri, Chicken Roshun Naga and Pilau.
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Mixed kebab soon.,..... Chicken, steak, kofte and donner meat, pitta, plenty of fresh salad, pickled cabbage , chilli sauce, yogurt and chips.

Maybe a beer or two to wash it down to celebrate prolonging the Scottish wait for a win at Rugby HQ for another 2 years.
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tempusmaximus wrote:
smegwina wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:Pot noodle :shock:
Bern!!!!!!!!!!

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I know , all the family are out and we seem to have loads of pot noodles , can't be bothered cooking Nick .
I'm getting some chips from the local chippy, it's Saturday and we all need to treat ourselves and be bad now and again :lol: ..will wash the chips down with a nice glass of red...allowing myself one day per week where I have a drink, and today is the day :D
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