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Thread: OK, What's For Tea Today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Didn't fancy a cooked meal, so just cereal and fruit. Plus a nice big chunk of 85% solids plain choc!
    I only buy plain dark chocolate that has at least 75% cocoa solids. However 85% can sometimes taste a bit bitter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    However 85% can sometimes taste a bit bitter.
    I don't mind. The stronger the better. Same with tea and coffee.
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    Pancetta-wrapped chicken breast, stuffed with garlic and spinach, washed down with some German Pilsner beer - yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I don't mind. The stronger the better. Same with tea and coffee.
    For me, I like my tea weak and my coffee strong.
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    Just sandwiches for me today.

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    Pork mushroom stirfry was quite nice. And 2 viennese whirls . Fancy sommat like a wispa now.

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    Pork loin in passata with loads of garlic & chilli with rice

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    Chicken & Rice with lentils + Salad.

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    Chicken in black pepper sauce ,steamed rice and pancake rolls.
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    Chicken in creamy butter and white pepper sauce. With broccolli, sweetcorn and new spuds with butter & parsley.
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