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Post by Wren 20th November 2009, 4:52 pm

WOW Jelly, that's FEAST that is!

We're having a treat, take away, and I am having Chicken Passanda with Pilau Rice and Wren DH will be having Beef Madras with Boiled Rice.

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Post by gunners71uk 20th November 2009, 4:56 pm

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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid 20th November 2009, 4:59 pm

Oooh I fancy fish n chips. Damn. Now you've got my mouth watering for it.

Cauliflower cheese, baked beans and sausage is on the menu however.

Bloggeration! Now I will be dissatisfied throughout as my mouth craves salt and vinegar and fat.

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Post by Akuma 20th November 2009, 5:01 pm

Jelly!! dribble Can I join you?!! All sound DELISH! But I'm super partial to a good tapa and it's our current topic in Spanish class too!

Tonight is Pizza night, shop bought as we've been too busy this week and are both suffering from CBA ( Can't be A**ed!) oh and garlic dough balls too. Washed down with lots of wine - white for me, Red for hubs.

Tomorrow is chicken curry with the leftovers form last night's roast and Sunday will be Spanish meatballs.


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Post by AngelinaJellyBeana 20th November 2009, 5:30 pm

Hola Senora Akuma, como estas? hablo un poco espanol pero no muy bueno Very Happy

Aha, Spanish meatballs - Albondingas

It's nearly all done now, just having a nice chilled Spanish sherry, got the Cava and Rioja blanca in the fridge. Just need to cook the chicken, bung everything else in the oven to heat through and will cook the gambas pil pil (prawns with garlic & chilli) y calamari at the last minute


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Post by Akuma 20th November 2009, 6:45 pm

Buenos tardes Senora Jelly! Que tal?! Muy bien gracias y tu?! Tambien soy hablo poco espanol Rolling Eyes Laughing

I'm still dribble at all your tapas! I hope you all have a fabby night!

Hasta luego mi amiga hug

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Post by AngelinaJellyBeana 21st November 2009, 4:41 pm

Hola
Had a fab night
Apart from some slices of bread and some aubergine bake, there was nothing left
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So today's menu is left over aubergine bake and bread & butter pudding made from left over bread. (Forgot to put it away so it went a bit stale hence B&B pudding)
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Post by Wren 21st November 2009, 5:25 pm

We're having Chilli Con Carne this evening, and it's almost ready so I shouldn't be here! chef2
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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid 21st November 2009, 6:05 pm

Rainbow trout with a light fennel seed crust. And chips.

Quark and bottled cherries form the front garden for pudding.

Too busy to cook anything elaborate and have been running fridge down for going away.

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Post by Compostwoman 21st November 2009, 9:13 pm

Had boiled ham, peas, parsley sauce, gratinee potatos and lots of carrots ( as they were the last from the garden and were a bit slug damaged...)

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Post by MrsNesbitt 22nd November 2009, 1:07 pm

Chicken curry tonight!

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Post by Compostwoman 22nd November 2009, 3:17 pm

Umm...Chicken, stuffing, roasts, leeks, carrots and some green leafy veg..not sdecided between kale, cabbage or broc yet....
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Post by AngelinaJellyBeana 22nd November 2009, 4:50 pm

The rest of the bread & butter pudding Embarassed dribble
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Post by seileasdar 22nd November 2009, 5:34 pm

red lentils with fried tuna from a tin, with paprika powder, tomato paste, thyme, and olive oil.
Nothing fancy, just a lazy but nutritious sunday meal. Very Happy
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Post by Wren 23rd November 2009, 4:52 pm

Tonight we are Having home made Steak & Kidney Pie, with Mash, Carrots abd cabbage.
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Post by Aberlemno 23rd November 2009, 6:42 pm

I made a stove-top stew tonight with mince, tinned tomatoes, various veg and I have just burned my tongue eating it. My menfolk won't touch it as it has onion in (not to mention the veg . . . sigh). I bought some sausages yesterday, with herbs in, and DH declared he wouldn't eat them as "he doesn't like herbs". For Heavens' sake . . . anything green and his Manchester genes riot!
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Post by Compostwoman 23rd November 2009, 6:50 pm

I have no idea what I am eating tonight, Cm is making it, it will doubtless be delish and fattening and yummy...he is lean and muscley on this diet whereas I just ...get fat...

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Post by Nick B 5th January 2010, 4:17 pm

We have some lovely beef left over from sunday lunch and I've made a stew in the slow cooker which will be ready anytime now,
Then we have got rice pudding with some home made plum jam.
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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid 5th January 2010, 4:42 pm

Pot-roast chicken with every veg I could find cooked in duck stock with chunks of smoked bacon. Have just come in from outdoors and the aroma of it wafting through the house is heavenly - warming me up already.

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Post by Guest 5th January 2010, 5:04 pm

Chilli Con Thingy here, made with minced mutton and the leftover gravy from Sunday's Beefs, and my home 'pickled' chillies in oil - so I might DIE !

This evening I shall be watching the Hairy Berks in their new series re-creating recipes Just Like Mother Used To Make.
I've got concerns - my mother was a rotten cook - although it took a while to realise just how bad she was.
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Post by AngelinaJellyBeana 5th January 2010, 5:51 pm

Mushroom omlette and jacket spud for me
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Post by polgara 5th January 2010, 5:52 pm

We had homemade soup. Lunchtime was homemade chicken & mushreeom pie with tatties & baked beans.
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Post by Aberlemno 5th January 2010, 6:10 pm

Leftovers: lamb in gravy with leftover mash for OH; the 3rd and final night (thank heavens!) of a lamb curry for me; G & D had left-over chicken mixed in/cooked with egg fried rice.
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Post by MrsNesbitt 5th January 2010, 6:43 pm

Chicken Curry & nice bottle of wine!

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Post by polgara 1st May 2010, 3:45 pm

I managed to make some burgers that actually stayed in one piece in the pan, tasted quite good too.

I am also going to admit to something really BAD, I use tins of stewing steak to make hot pots & curries really tasty & quick.
Also tinned mince with some proper mince mixed in makes great bolognaise & shephards pie. I will now retire nanight and hang my head. Bonus is it makes the old pension go further.

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Post by Dandelion 1st May 2010, 5:03 pm

I don't think that's really BAD - really BAD would be using dog food!!

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