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What's for dinner?

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Simply put, what are you having for your dinner when you/the partner get home?

Ok I'll start .... Lamb Tagine.
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Leftover turkey chili, probably.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Hey, we've got a curmudgeon's corner and a what are you listening to right now thread. Why not a what are you having for dinner thread? Might give me some ideas.

Right now, it's looking like a pizza night.
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Peteo wrote:Hey, we've got a curmudgeon's corner and a what are you listening to right now thread. Why not a what are you having for dinner thread? Might give me some ideas.

Right now, it's looking like a pizza night.
As you can tell I'm getting quite fed up of my enforced R&R. Thought it might be a bit of fun :-"
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Thought i'd detected a gentle breeze of inanity wafting through the forum...... & here it is :roll:

Can't see this making the shortlist for thread of the year.
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Tyke wrote:Thought i'd detected a gentle breeze of inanity wafting through the forum...... & here it is :roll:

Can't see this making the shortlist for thread of the year.
Cheers Tyke,
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My pleasure - can't wait for the next one, fully expecting something akin to 'what colour socks are you wearing'?
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Spagbol & garlic bread. :thumbup:
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Tyke wrote:My pleasure - can't wait for the next one, fully expecting something akin to 'what colour socks are you wearing'?
I buy all the same so I don't have to worry about pairing them up. :lol:
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ddav wrote:
Tyke wrote:My pleasure - can't wait for the next one, fully expecting something akin to 'what colour socks are you wearing'?
I buy all the same so I don't have to worry about pairing them up. :lol:

Yes, but what colour are they? :D
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Black with black stripes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Braised Ox Cheeks with Horseradish Mash and Roasted Parsnips.
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Was given some partridges,undressed them and they're now ready for cooking...
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Two croissants and a packet of Asda plain crisps.

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