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Stanley
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Posted -  14/11/2010  :  06:31
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Stanley Challenger Graham




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marilyn
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Posted - 13/01/2011 : 21:07
Certainly am Moh. Put me down for a large helping. Tell Fred I will help him with the dishes afterward.
Shall I bring some Red Wine?
(is the Pope a Catholic?)            ya-hoo


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Stanley
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Posted - 14/01/2011 : 05:22
Scrambled egg on toast with yoghurt for pudding.


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moh
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Posted - 14/01/2011 : 13:45
Certainly - need you ask? Home made fish cakes tonight - just like my mother-in-law used to make!!


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Stanley
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Posted - 15/01/2011 : 06:27
Daughter Janet was with me for lunch yesterday so I offered her a choice between Stewart's Lincolnshire sausage on home made bread and a pork pie and peas. She chose the sausage butty, really enjoyed it and surprised me by using far more brown sauce than I did! (Co-op El cheapo sauce.) So tea last night was the pie and peas. Very nice... remainder of the yoghurt for pudding.

No bothers tonight. I am invited to tea at Earby with Dusan and Janet and the kids. Janet says Yiota (Her daughter) is cooking..... Yiota seemed surprised on hearing this. I shall report!


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moh
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Posted - 15/01/2011 : 13:49
Chicken, ginger & chilli stir fry tonight.


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Stanley
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Posted - 16/01/2011 : 06:59
The kids did well. Big choice, nice grub, kids clearing plates. What more could a bloke ask!


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moh
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Posted - 17/01/2011 : 13:18
Roasted pork with the crackling on and the usual accompaniments.  The result was dripping on toast for breakfast - a real childhood favourite.


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belle
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Posted - 17/01/2011 : 13:26
What  I love about painting days is no cooking, sometimes even no eating as I forget...lunch is finally needed..nothing in, oh well cake it is!


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Stanley
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Posted - 18/01/2011 : 06:39
I know what you mean Belle. My normal cooking is to get a lump of meat out of the freezer and do something with it. Sometimes it's nice to opt out and do something like Beans on toast or similar. Makes a nice change.


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panbiker
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Posted - 19/01/2011 : 10:29
Beef casserole in the making. Beef, onion tomatoes and stock in slow cooker. Will get the spuds when we take grandaughter Isla out for a ta ta. Slightly later tea time today so plenty of time to bring it all together. Nice bit of cheese on top to finish it off I think.


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moh
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Posted - 19/01/2011 : 11:05
I've never tried cheese on top of a beef casserole.  Home made minced meat and onion pie tonight with mash and braised leeks.


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panbiker
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Posted - 19/01/2011 : 11:26
Scalloped spuds on top, mature cheddar and a dash of black pepper. Yum yum.


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Stanley
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Posted - 20/01/2011 : 05:53
Cheesey crust improves just about anything.

(Now why am I looking at that sentence and wondering if I have put up a hostage to fortune?)


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Posted - 20/01/2011 : 13:40
I boiled a ham shank at the weekend, so I have just made a pan of pea and ham soup, tastes rather good.  The other half of the minced meat pie tonight with chips and peas.


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Stanley
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Posted - 21/01/2011 : 05:00
Have you ever noticed how you make a dish time and time again and every now and again you produce one that is far better than the others? I wanted a quickly made cooked tea yesterday so I chopped an onion and some garlic and chucked them in a big casserole, tin of beans and usual seasoning and four mutton chops with the fat trimmed off them. Usual rag bag of seaoning and then filled the dish with sliced potato. Into a low oven for five hours. Result? Brilliant and enough for tonight as well. It makes you wonder if you should weigh things but that would take all the fun out of it.


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