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Posted -  14/11/2010  :  06:31
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Posted - 26/07/2011 : 20:24
He's invented the inside-out omelette!


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Posted - 26/07/2011 : 21:11
Huevos Rancheros for me this evening...


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Stanley
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Posted - 27/07/2011 : 06:22
Bailey, not amazing really, just good El Cheapo nourishing food. It was fried bacon and an onion, a tin of baked beans, a fried tomato, tomato ketchup, a dash of Lea and Perrins and a touch of sweet chili sauce (Chaudrey's). Panful of boiled potatoes roughly mashed to thicken and let it seeth slowly for an hour in the oven to get the flavours mixed through. If you soaked some of your pulses first they'd make good thickening instead of the spuds. To make it go even further use it as a sauce on mashed spuds or chips. (Sorry Maz!)

Today will be centred round a black pudding and a cheese and tomato butty.

Remember Coop closes at 20:00 today and reopens on Monday morning.....


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Posted - 04/08/2011 : 06:58
Dried peas and stock from hogget = high class pease pudding. Add a tin of chopped tomatoes and six grilled sausages cut into chunks. Result is a very nice filling for butties. I shall finish it today, two and a half day's food for very little cost. (and all good stuff!)


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Posted - 17/08/2011 : 04:14


Ever get a fancy for something? I suddenly decided I'd like old-fashioned Bread Pobs for tea. Crust off a new loaf, salt, pepper, butter and milk. Lovely! (and dirt cheap!)  Childhood comfort food?


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Posted - 17/08/2011 : 10:56
Yes..let's hear it for Pobs! Never had it with salt n' pepper though, always more like a pudding with milk butter and sugar all bubbled up in the pan.

Sally think's it's dog food! I've had to put up with this attitude to perfectly good fodder for 35 years. I can well understand why the dog lkes it! I'm with you Stanley top comfort food, lovely, good winter warmer in a morning as well.


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Posted - 17/08/2011 : 13:01
Having not had to cook for a fortnight it was fish and chips last night, but the shopping can't be put off any longer.........lidle here I come.


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Posted - 18/08/2011 : 06:02
Never mind Belle, you'll soon get back in the groove. I slow roasted part of a lhogget leg the night before last, left it in all night and then separated the fat from the gravy, tore the meat into small pieces and packed it in a bowl. Poured the gravy into it and into the fridge. Makes it easy to build mutton butties and the meat is very tender and easy to chew. I think you get more of the tadte of the meat this way. I had a meat buttie at dinnertine but then had a fancy for scrambled egg on toast for tea.


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Posted - 18/08/2011 : 06:05
PS. Ian, glad there's at least one other fan of Pobs! Try it with salt and pepper istead of sugar. I like them made with gravy as well, mother often did this when there was some spare gravy after a roast. When I bake a loaf I often finish up with the crust overhanging the sides of the tin. I cut them off and many a time throw them into a stew if I'm making one. Waste not want not!


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belle
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Posted - 20/08/2011 : 21:20
Sausages, boiled new pots with dressed in oil with garlic and herbs from the garden, huge salad with everything in and small curried rice salad with apple, sultana, and peanuts. Followed by bananas and cream.


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Posted - 21/08/2011 : 05:01
You went shopping then Belle!


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Posted - 21/08/2011 : 11:48
Yes, but it got so late in the day i opted for the nearest which is asda..always a mistake, don't care what they say the bill for a weeks shopping at Asda is always nearly twice what it is when i combine lidel and Sainsburys.


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Posted - 22/08/2011 : 04:57
Only way I have found not to spend in supermarkets is not go in, that's why I like the big 6pint milk bottles, one lasts me for a week. But we are lucky with the local shops so anything else I need gets bought on my way back from Letcliffe. Black pudding, eggs and beans for tea.....


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Posted - 23/08/2011 : 01:22
I only shop once a week, for the whole week. Never buy a thing in between. I think it is the key to keeping the budget under control because I cannot be tempted to buy extra. It saves time in the long run too. Make the decision about food for this week ONCE and it is done. We never seem to run out of anything.
Of course, since the kids left home, we spend much less on shopping!
We also notice that as we get older and need fewer calories, we are giving up more and more food stuffs.( can't remember when I last ate a potato crisp, for example)  We laugh sometimes because when the kids were in residence our shopping trolley was so full it was hard to push, but now we barely cover the bottom of the trolley with goods (and most of that is stuff you can't eat!).
 Just about all our food items are bought fresh. The only frozen thing I ever buy is Baby Peas...and the only tinned stuff I am likely to buy is tomatoes or Baked Beans or canned Tuna.
Tuna Mornay tonight. We enjoy that now and then, and I love it cold on toast next day.


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Posted - 23/08/2011 : 03:41
I think that's a common experience Maz. I agree about tinned tomatoes and baked beans. Baked beans are probably the only thing that is actually improved by canning! Pie and peas for tea last night and a new loaf crust toasted with butter on it for a treat!


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