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Posted -  14/11/2010  :  06:31
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marilyn
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Posted - 15/12/2010 : 23:13
Cheese Salad Roll last night for dinner, with one of those pathetically tiny bags of Crisps spread around the plate like they do in Cafes.
Tonight will be some sort of Salad again. We have already had Red Salmon Salad this week, so maybe Chicken Advocado Salad tonight. (?) Still deciding. One good thing about having Salad is you don't have to plan it too early in the day.


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belle
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Posted - 16/12/2010 : 00:05
The word salad has just made me shiver!


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Stanley
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Posted - 16/12/2010 : 06:13
Mutton stew is the order of the day here. Just finished one last night so today is a couple of Mutton chops.


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moh
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Posted - 16/12/2010 : 13:30
Did not have the sausage & mash last night - that is now tonight's meal.  Hubby began dismantling the extractor over the hob to fit an extractor pipe and he ran into a snag, so it was fish & chips for us from the chippy.


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Stanley
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Posted - 17/12/2010 : 04:39
Thank God for the chippy! Changed my mind ysterday, chucked two more chops and some neck end in the pressure cooker and knocked up another nourishing mutton and veg stew. A bit too much liquid for my taste so I boiled some sliced spuds, mashed them and then put three ladles of the gravy from the stew with it and whizzed it up till creamy with the magic whizzer. Poured that back in and simmered for 20 minutes. That cured it!


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moh
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Posted - 17/12/2010 : 10:35
Neck end stew and dumplings tonight - just right for this weather.


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Steve B
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Posted - 17/12/2010 : 20:31
I made an 8 bean chili last night.  Lovely then, and even better for the leftovers today.


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moh
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Posted - 18/12/2010 : 13:42
Rib eye steak, chips, onion rings & grilled tomatoes tonight.


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Stanley
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Posted - 18/12/2010 : 15:24
Just warmed the mutton broth, smells lovely, roll on teatime!


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Sunray10
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Posted - 18/12/2010 : 18:32
A turkey roast for tea tonight. All made by my dad, of course! Oh, and thick bisto gravy and a glass of er.... the black stuff, no not Guiness, Mackesons.


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marilyn
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Posted - 19/12/2010 : 00:55
Still on Salads here most meals, though last night we had Chicken/Cheese and Advocado Melts using Turkish Bread. Yum.


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Stanley
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Posted - 19/12/2010 : 05:42
Maz. Salads seem a million miles away at the moment!


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Posted - 19/12/2010 : 11:45
Too true Stanley.  Roast beef with all the usual trimmings tonight and a nice bottle of Chilean merlot.


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Steve B
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Posted - 19/12/2010 : 19:38
Making a steak and onion pie with chips and peas for tonight.


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Stanley
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Posted - 20/12/2010 : 04:51
Guess what, enjoying another mutton stew. Good job I don't crave something different all the time. Nowt wrong with that but not my style when it comes to domestic economy.


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