What's for dinner?

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I'm definitely going out for one of these today

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^^ :lol: :lol: April fools , Patrick ? :D
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tempusmaximus wrote:^^ :lol: :lol: April fools , Patrick ? :D
Is it an April Fools? Oh no, I was really looking forward to one of those chocolate whoppers :( :wink:
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Chicken salad
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A bit of beef.
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^^^Looks like haute cuisine!
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^^^ I am a good cook! :)

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nbg wrote:^^^ I am a good cook! :)

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Last night I did a barbecue for 40 people – we had a load of kids on an overnight camp so I spent ages barbecuing sausages and burgers. Breakfast for 40 people this morning – bacon rolls on the barbie!

Tonight is a bit simpler – crusty bread and tapenade, chicken Caesar salad and Merlot...at home! :D
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Steak medium rare and a good bottle of red, job done. :D
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Haggis beef olives, roast spuds and two veg, followed by mango fool.
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1ST BBQ of the year.
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fresh salmon in pasta- might have a piece of garlic bread too as i'm playing guitar in The Shadows today
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Not sure about dinner, however Mrs nbg is currently eating a healthy omelette, which I am having a rare foray into something less healthy.
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Mrs nbg has commented that mine looks largely inedible. I told her that I considered such talk to be a derogatory comment, representing a personal attack on my freedom of choice to eat such fare.

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^^^Looks completely edible to me :thumbup:

BBQ later for me.
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Takeaway tonight, we will let the dinner decider app choose which one.

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