What's for tea 2019?

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #555 on: November 09, 2019, 10:27 »
 every other day is a jacket potato, coleslaw and cheese,  rocket, basil and tomato salad.   
Weavinggryphon, why are you sore, and needed a lie down, better now I hope.
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #556 on: November 09, 2019, 12:05 »
Last night was a diced pork and beans in tomato sauce, slow-cooked casserole with rice. Our verdict was OK but not a top ten contender. Still, the pork was a last day offer reduced to 69p so probably a decent meal for a pound apiece all in!
Tonight is oven-cooked braising steak with chips and peas. Bound to be a top ten meal (chips get 5 points with me!)
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #557 on: November 09, 2019, 14:35 »
Freezer surprise.

I think it's some sort of stew,it could be lamb, chicken or beef, or it could be pork I diced and froze in its own fat to make a pork pie .... who knows  :D  :nowink: It's going with mash and cabbage whatever it turns out to be.
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #558 on: November 09, 2019, 15:04 »
Beef chilli wraps, extra hot sauce for me.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #559 on: November 09, 2019, 15:42 »
Weavinggryphon, why are you sore, and needed a lie down, better now I hope.

I got attacked at work and am waiting for an operation.  :(

Tonight their having chicken, mashed potatoes and apple tart to finish off with.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #560 on: November 09, 2019, 16:50 »
Weavinggryphon, why are you sore, and needed a lie down, better now I hope.

I got attacked at work and am waiting for an operation.

Oh no, what a terrible thing to happen, take care, regards,   Mrs Bouquet

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #561 on: November 09, 2019, 22:37 »
I got attacked at work and am waiting for an operation.  :(
That's awful! Hope all goes well for you and terribly for your attacker.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #562 on: November 10, 2019, 08:49 »
We had stir fry noodles and veg yesterday with a quick braised dish of chicken and mushrooms in a soy based sauce.

Tonight is roast dinner, plus the usual plot spuds, plot veg and spoon standing  :)

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #563 on: November 10, 2019, 08:59 »
I got attacked at work and am waiting for an operation.  :(
That's awful! Hope all goes well for you and terribly for your attacker.

Erm, it wasn't really the attacker's fault, nasty form of dementia that disabled the ability to understand society's rules or grade their response accordingly. They over reacted to me and didn't actually understand what was going on.  :(

Last night for tea was chicken in gravy with mashed potatoes and sprouts.
Tonight is more of the chicken. Probably with potatoes since it's so cold.  Properly warming and all that.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #564 on: November 10, 2019, 10:32 »
Erm, it wasn't really the attacker's fault, nasty form of dementia that disabled the ability to understand society's rules or grade their response accordingly. They over reacted to me and didn't actually understand what was going on.  :(
Now I feel bad for cursing them! :(  - hope you recover soon but, as you say, can't blame them. It's an awful disease, truly awful.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #565 on: November 11, 2019, 07:18 »
Erm, it wasn't really the attacker's fault, nasty form of dementia that disabled the ability to understand society's rules or grade their response accordingly. They over reacted to me and didn't actually understand what was going on.  :(
Now I feel bad for cursing them! :(  - hope you recover soon but, as you say, can't blame them. It's an awful disease, truly awful.

Not to worry, it wasn't a very likely scenario. Thug attack is typical and the natural thing to think of.

Last night my lot had chips, chicken and bacon pie both home made with broccoli and apple tart (home made) for after.

Tonight is the last of the pie with mashed potato. Not much pie so I'll make more filling and put it on the side or take toe top off, put the filling on and put the lid back on.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #566 on: November 11, 2019, 09:40 »
Yesterday was pork ribs with wedges and steam bag mixed veg. Today chicken drumsticks have been defrosted, and dried pulses soaked, for a slow-cooker stew.. Just the fresh veg to be diced, sliced and added later :)
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #567 on: November 11, 2019, 10:08 »
Invited to Daughter last night for Roasted Belly pork, roast potatoes, mashed swede, carrot, and broccoli.  It was very tasty, but knowing it might be a smelly cook (and I cannot bear clothes that smell of cooking,) I removed all of my jackets except my T.shirt, into her guest room.    Guess what, today they are all on the line ! Back to a jacket and coleslaw etc tonight.    Pong free at least  :D  Mrs B

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #568 on: November 12, 2019, 07:45 »
Last night was still pie but Eldest requested rice and sweetcorn, those who asks gets (as opposed to those who say yea that sounds fine). They also asked for rice and lots of sauce tonight so it's chicken and pineapple with rice. Not sure if I'll leave it traditional (onions and tin of soup) or Ainsley Harriot, with garlic and ginger.

I love it when it's not left to me to decide what someone else eats.
I'm having soup.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #569 on: November 12, 2019, 10:27 »
I love it when it's not left to me to decide what someone else eats.
I'm having soup.
I get offered a choice and then have to guess the correct answer :(



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