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  1. #2371
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Crisp on the outside and chewy in the centre?
    Well it has been in the sun for a while.

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    Pork curry

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    Default OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

    My speciality called “Pain au beurre” ... Yum yum!


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    Looks awesome, Bernard!

    Got the recipe?

    We're just about to have dinner, and tonight it's Piccata al Limone (pan-fried chicken breast in fresh lemon juice, white wine and capers), sprinkled with fresh parsley and served with buttered boiled Jersey Royal potatoes , fresh asparagus and extra-fine french beans.

    The accompanying wine is a bottle of Tesco's Finest Lambrusco Reggiano: https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-G...FQkC0wodZlgAjw

    Pics later!

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    Cant be arsed tonight...long day at work.
    What have I got in the freezer?
    have hifi n stuff

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    couldnt be bothered either. had a ham sarnie. very nice actually
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    Work? Wossat?

    Del's off on half-term at the moment, so we're just enjoying the time together

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Work? Wossat?

    Marco.

    That's what I was going to write.

    So, I'll say;

    Work, I love it, I can watch it for hours.
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    Had a bit of a clear out of the fridge, found a load of parsnips that need using up.

    Made parsnip soup, pretty good, just had some nice bread with it.
    Spendorman

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    Quote Originally Posted by spendorman View Post
    Had a bit of a clear out of the fridge, found a load of parsnips that need using up.

    Made parsnip soup, pretty good, just had some nice bread with it.
    So your that guy on tv selling over 50's death insurance
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