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Fish , potato's and greens .
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tempusmaximus wrote:Fish , potato's and greens .
Potato's but not green's?
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Psalty wrote: green's?
Green vegetables .
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Thegreyman wrote:It was bruschetta followed by chicken Milanese with a rocket salad in balsamic dressing.
Sounds tasty, we've just had my wife's pasta with garlic bread and mixed salad.
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Psalty wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:Fish , potato's and greens .
Potato's but not green's?
I think he was referring to the apostrophe. Not used in pluralisation. Potatoes and greens.
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote: think he was referring to the apostrophe. Not used in pluralisation. Potatoes and greens
Oh , right .
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Nothing against potatoes or greens! :lol: :wave: I expect some myself, tonight, along with grilled tenderloin. :D
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Psalty wrote:Nothing against potatoes or greens! :lol: :wave: I expect some myself, tonight, along with grilled tenderloin. :D
Apologies for my punctuation :D

Hope you enjoy your potatoes and greens . :lol:
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Home made beef burgers.

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Chicken salad .
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Some of the strangest yet tastiest dishes I have had for a while!!!!!

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Looks fantastic Nick :thumbup:

Tuna salad this evening .
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smegwina wrote:Some of the strangest yet tastiest dishes I have had for a while!!!!!

A couple of examples.

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Yikes! Wassat? Me, just a boring ol' beef burger and salad. Good, though. :D
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Chicken curry tonight .
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Full rack of Jack Daniel's ribs !

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