What's for tea 2019?

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #600 on: November 16, 2019, 12:32 »
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #601 on: November 16, 2019, 20:22 »
Meat casserole. Mostly chicken but with some bacon as well with penne pasta- youngest's choice.

I had soup and cheese on toast with apple butter. It was amazing.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #602 on: November 16, 2019, 20:53 »
Gammon steaks, hm spicy wedges with plot spuds and plot sweetcorn from the freezer  :)

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #603 on: November 16, 2019, 21:31 »
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #604 on: November 17, 2019, 00:51 »
Simple rump steak with chips, peas and garlic mushrooms. We've come to the opinion that the supermarkets are pumping up their beef with water now which all comes out on cooking.
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #605 on: November 17, 2019, 08:06 »
Simple rump steak with chips, peas and garlic mushrooms. We've come to the opinion that the supermarkets are pumping up their beef with water now which all comes out on cooking.

They totally do.
I find the German pork really bad, it was an accidental purchase. We are all dedicated to Scottish or UK produce. But I put a powdered marinade on it overnight thinking this'll get it all nicely marinaded it lasted until I put it in the fat reducing grill. The water came streaming out and washed the marinade out and it wouldn't crisp out. I got questioned where the marinade went. When they were eaten the kids and Husband weren't keen "they taste of nothing".

Tonight is 40p super tasty special lasagne with home made pizza as a starter as it won't fill on it's own.
We've eaten all the pumpkin pie  :( so Husband will have to make do with mini apple and mince pies. I'll have the last of the soup.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #606 on: November 17, 2019, 09:15 »
Liver and onions, cabbage and mash all covered in spoonstanding :tongue2: 

We've come to the opinion that the supermarkets are pumping up their beef with water now which all comes out on cooking.

My local butcher has been getting worse in terms of quality of late, I wonder if it's higher up the supply chain?  Do Ocado deliver round by you John? their butcher's counter stuff isn't bad - it is pricey though.
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #607 on: November 17, 2019, 10:41 »
Bit off the Ocado track here :(
We avoid pork & pork products from abroad - mainly because of welfare standards.
I bought some sausages from a small, organic local farm supplier a while back. They were awful, like they were made from MRM. So I spoke to the farmer and gently told him what was wrong - to help him. His attitude was that he knew but used a local butcher. It's all good being organic and regenerative but if the end product is over-priced rubbish and the producer doesn't care about his customers as well as the environment ...
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #608 on: November 17, 2019, 11:41 »
Thanks Mum for "Pinch of Nom".    I read it several times, then I realised that I do something very similar with rice.   I am always adding something to it.    Got the taste buds going, so tonight, guess what, Rice.  :)  Mrs B
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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #609 on: November 17, 2019, 19:15 »
Sunday lunch was gammon coated with a honey/mustard glaze, roast potato wedges, peppers, onions and tomatoes. HM chocolate cake for 'afters'

More cake for tea  :D

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #610 on: November 17, 2019, 19:35 »
Posh sausages, roast potatoes, plot cabbage and asparagus.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #611 on: November 17, 2019, 21:45 »
Cheese, toast and toffee apple butter. Guess who dozed off while making said apple butter  ::). It's nice. husband's talking about tomorrow having it.

So tomorrow is Lincolnshire sausages, mash with (toffee) apple butter in some gravy or straight from the jar. Oh and peas.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #612 on: November 18, 2019, 16:03 »
I soaked pulses overnight and. with lots of root veg, they are simmering away in the stock from yesterday's gammon. I'm trying to resist adding some dumplings  :D

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #613 on: November 18, 2019, 20:43 »
Paul wasn't feeling well last night so we didn't have anything,  but tonight was the lamb chops, and roasted med type veg   with new pots.  Off to work tomorrow so it will be 'whatever' as I don't finish un til 6.

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Re: What's for tea 2019?
« Reply #614 on: November 18, 2019, 22:14 »
Chicken breast roasted,r.potatoes,stuffing,pineapple,peas,carrots,broccoli,sprouts,gravy and for the munchkins warmed up chocolate cake trimmings & icecream, then mummy thought that was a good idea & had some & then daddy joined in 😂



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