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

  1. #5811
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    That looks too high end from the ones I remember at school.

    I'll take it!

    I actually had one of the first affordable LCDs with a backlight. First one at school with one at any rate.

    Memories...

    Now the only watch I own is an Omega. Around 1967-71 I think. It is nice.
    I had a Timex (I think) divers watch when I was about 7? Donít know what happened to that, I recall the bezel coming off?

    My collection lacks an Omega, I like the 45mm Planet Oceans.

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    Today's lunch, al fresco... Homemade linguine with clams:





    Marco.

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    Now that does look good (and then washed down with a quality white.....) - making me hungry !
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    nicely presented again... not keen on seafood , but i do like the look of it there
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieGong View Post
    Now that does look good (and then washed down with a quality white.....) - making me hungry !
    Yup, on this occasion a chilled Portuguese Alentejo, from our local Portuguese deli (£6 a bottle), which is also where the clams came from. Top-notch ingredients, all imported from Portugal, and cheap as chips!

    And the fresh parsley was from our own herb garden. Sauce was mopped up with some crusty Italian bread!

    Marco.

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    Simple home made Chicken Soup. If thereís a more restorative food on Earth, I havenít found it yet!




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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    nicely presented again... not keen on seafood , but i do like the look of it there
    Cheers, mate. The shells hold the sauce nicely, which was made from white wine (the stuff I had for lunch), a little butter, plenty of extra-virgin olive oil, and lots of fresh chopped garlic and green chillies, so you can sook it all up - no dribbles on my t-shirt either!

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Simple home made Chicken Soup. If there’s a more restorative food on Earth, I haven’t found it yet!




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    looks right up my alley... a few noodles and i could take it every day
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Simple home made Chicken Soup. If thereís a more restorative food on Earth, I havenít found it yet!




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    Recipe? Curious to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    looks right up my alley... a few noodles and i could take it every day
    Yup, top-notch as usual, Tony!

    Marco.

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