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Re: What's for dinner?

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Thegreyman wrote: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

Once a month for us Patrick , I can be bad without eating take away :lol: :lol: :lol: Alcohol I don't touch , simply because I can't stand the taste or smell of it , I prefer ginger ale/beer .
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Pizzas, chello kebabs and joojeh chicken
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tempusmaximus wrote:
Thegreyman wrote: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

Once a month for us Patrick , I can be bad without eating take away :lol: :lol: :lol: Alcohol I don't touch , simply because I can't stand the taste or smell of it , I prefer ginger ale/beer .
Once a month...oh matron :oops: :shock:

At least you can still have a beer (ginger) if you go out :lol: Good for you, at least you don't have to worry about the beer belly that the rest of us have to battle against!
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Thegreyman wrote:at least you don't have to worry about the beer belly that the rest of us have to battle against!

:lol: :lol: :thumbup:
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Chicken , potato's and veggies .
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Fish with potato's and veg .
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Home made curry :hot2:
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Catalan style rabbit.

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Shrimp scampi
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Chicken and rice .
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Crab and chilli pasta...nom nom!
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Been one of those days so couldn't be bothered cooking tonight, so KFC it was!
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Whatever these guys cook :lol:

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smegwina wrote:Whatever these guys cook :lol:

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Nice one Nick.

You'll be sure to have a enjoyable and memorable meal (I hope; as Tom K is looking like either there has been a disaster or he's trying to remember a recipe).

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: You'll be sure to have a enjoyable and memorable meal (I hope; as Tom K is looking like either there has been a disaster or he's trying to remember a recipe).
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Of course there's another famous Tom K who is a chef...Tom Kitchin...Scottish and must have one of the best chef's names ever.

Back to the thread it was pulled pork, a baked potato, broccoli and peas :thumbup:
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