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    I love baked sausages.

    Just had a fish-cake and chips in Cardiff on the way back from the movies, couldn't be arsed to cook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    I love baked sausages.

    Just had a fish-cake and chips in Cardiff on the way back from the movies, couldn't be arsed to cook.
    not sure what to have with them yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    not sure what to have with them yet
    Baked beans ? or mash and fried onions or all three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifi_dave View Post
    Baked beans ? or mash and fried onions or all three.
    Yup. But skip the onions. Don't like 'em.

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    It's all good fibre..

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    I hadn't though about food for this evening, but you've got me pondering bangers. Sausage, egg, chips 'n beans could work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    I love baked sausages.

    Just had a fish-cake and chips in Cardiff on the way back from the movies...
    What did you go and see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    What did you go and see?

    Marco.
    The Shape of Water for the second time, I often see good films more than once. I also really took in Sally Hawkins' performance, outstanding acting, she owned that part. Before seeing it, I would have said the best female actor Oscar was a done deal with Frances McDormand (Three Billboards), but I wouldn't want to bet on either now, definitely a two horse race IMO.

    I hope it's Frances McDormand, but they both deserve something.

    Did you ever see Maudie Marco? Seemed to have slipped under the radar last year, but another outstanding performance from Sally H. True story too, with good music and a connection to Cowboy Junkies as they used her artwork and there's some CJ music in there too. I think it'd be right up your street, Del too.
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    Nice one on The Shape of Water - superb film. I'll be watching it twice too (this time at home), when it's released on Sky!

    No, I haven't seen Maudie (wasn't aware of it), but sounds good, so will defo check it out, and cheers for the recco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I hadn't though about food for this evening, but you've got me pondering bangers. Sausage, egg, chips 'n beans could work.
    I went for it and added fried mushrooms as well. Looks just the job. Got ketchup, salt 'n pepper on now too.

    There's loads, so I'm about to pig out!


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