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

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    I always make an unholy mess when I'm making poached eggs so I decided to cheat from now on, got myself a nice little egg-poacher in Morrisons for £8. Will get a lot of use out of it though as it can double as a perfect little non-stick frying pan for cooking Spanish Tortilla in. I actually went in looking for a new little frying pan and ended up killing two birds with one stone. Result!


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    I fancy bangers 'n mash, with baked beans tonight. Might do a few fried mushrooms to go with it.

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    Spag Bol, Garlic bread and a shared bottle of Montepulciano. Maybe a brandy or two later.

    I'm in the zone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narabdela View Post
    Spag Bol, Garlic bread and a shared bottle of Montepulciano. Maybe a brandy or two later.

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    Good idea. I'll be having a drink later.

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    Conchiglie pasta with tuna tonight.

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    Paella on the go, washed down with a nice bottle of Rioja.






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    Goan tomato and lentil skinny soup and 2 rolls for dippin



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    Roast pheasant in cider, st emillion and port to finish. No photos it's already gone. Yum
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Goan tomato and lentil skinny soup and 2 rolls for dippin



    good to see your cooker gets used. These people with 100k kitchens that order takeaways crack me up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulf-2007 View Post
    Roast pheasant in cider, st emillion and port to finish. No photos it's already gone. Yum
    That all sounds rather posh, Paul!

    Did you cook it?

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