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Thread: OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

  1. #1071
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    There are a couple of them, but I don't use them.

    The only time I eat fish & chips is when I'm down on the Cornish coast. They know how to do it right there and it's all fresh caught local fish.
    I'm a bit like that, too. Most city-centre chippies are SHIT, certainly in comparison with what you're talking about, so I never use them. The majority of the ones in Wrexham are dire. Glasgow and Liverpool do have some good ones, though.

    However, for top-notch stuff to rival your favs on the Cornish coast, when I'm 'up the road' I go to an award-winning one in Anstruther (in Fife): http://www.anstrutherfishbar.co.uk/ or there's another one just around the corner, which the locals use, cheaper and just as good

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    Haven’t done a full-on day in the kitchen for quite some time. My daughter came round for dinner but we’ll still be living off this for a few days


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    Nice chippie up the road from me, nothing fancy just good, fresh food. I usually have haddock as almost always it has to be cooked fresh while you wait and not been hanging around in the heated cabinet.
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    Ok, had this about an hour ago (ate later than usual tonight because we were out somewhere).

    Chicken breasts wrapped in Parma ham and fresh sage (from our garden), with Marsala wine, button mushrooms, petits pois and potato croquettes, finished with fresh parsley (again from our garden), all home-made:





    Wine was a gorgeous Passo dei Sani, which tastes like a turbo-charged Montepulciano D'Abruzzo - extremely intense and fruity. We bought this from an independent wine shop when we were in Holland earlier in the summer.

    Use Google translate to read the description: https://www.wijnbeurs.nl/Wijnen/Rode...lie::7370.html

    It's a rather nice drop!

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    looks nice. chicken wrapped in ham is nice. sauce looks good too
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    Cheers mate, it was really nice!

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    frey bentos steak and kidney pie for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie123 View Post
    frey bentos steak and kidney pie for me!
    your sick! and you might be
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    Lol - do they still make that stuff? Not had it since the 70s!

    Along with Vesta curries and Findus 'French Bread Pizzas'....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Ok, had this about an hour ago (ate later than usual tonight because we were out somewhere).

    Chicken breasts wrapped in Parma ham and fresh sage (from our garden), with Marsala wine, button mushrooms, petits pois and potato croquettes, finished with fresh parsley (again from our garden), all home-made:





    Wine was a gorgeous Passo dei Sani, which tastes like a turbo-charged Montepulciano D'Abruzzo - extremely intense and fruity. We bought this from an independent wine shop when we were in Holland earlier in the summer.

    Use Google translate to read the description: https://www.wijnbeurs.nl/Wijnen/Rode...lie::7370.html

    It's a rather nice drop!

    Marco.
    Proper fud! looks great!


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