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At some point I shall knock together a chicken Caesar, but I've just had a very large Opihr and Fever Tree and am about to pour another.

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Re: What's for dinner?

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Beans on toast .
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Nom nom :---)

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Fish later, it's Good Friday
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TheBeatles wrote:Fish later, it's Good Friday

Haddock for us :thumbup:
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Breakfast :)

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MiniMpi wrote:Breakfast :)

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Ferg, watch those arteries!

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I must admit that does look good Ferg .
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Some years ago I ate a "Full Irish Breakfast" in a Dublin hotel. Slightly tongue in cheek I asked the waitress what the difference was between that and a Full English.

"Well," she said, "all the ingredients are Irish, it's been cooked and served by Irish people and you're eating it in Ireland. So it's just better."

Irrefutable logic. :D
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^^^Ferg your breakfast does look tasty, hope you enjoyed it.

^^^Steve you might get the same logic when ordering a full Scottish breakfast up here :)
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As long as it doesn't contain that square sausage!
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:As long as it doesn't contain that square sausage!
You're often offered a choice of either "square or link" (or both). Square sausage is a delicacy...maybe not to everyone's taste :lol:
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I lived in Pitlochry for 8 years, Patrick...I know a few Scottish delicacies. Quite partial to the mutton pies and the haggis, Forfar bridies, Arbroath smokies and the like...just never got a taste for square sausage or deep-fried pizza! :lol:
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:I lived in Pitlochry for 8 years, Patrick...I know a few Scottish delicacies. Quite partial to the mutton pies and the haggis, Forfar bridies, Arbroath smokies and the like...just never got a taste for square sausage or deep-fried pizza! :lol:
Interesting you used to live in Pitlochry...lovely town and we've had quite a few weekends up there staying at Loch Faskally and enjoyed some lovely lunches up at the Moulin Inn :thumbup: No decent watch shops mind :lol:

I'm with you on the deep fried pizza!
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Tonight its steak & kidney pudding with Yorkshire caviar .
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