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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Poached salmon with an onion, tomato and dill sauce, boiled potatoes, steamed broccoli, carrots, sugar-snap peas and sweetcorn.

    Fresh fruit for dessert. All washed down with a rather nice rosé.
    I had black grapes and a handful of dates for dessert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I had black grapes and a handful of dates for dessert.
    Your lavatory must love you very much!

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    Egg and sprout curry, spicy bean bhaji, prunes and custard washed down with a couple of pints of warm bitter.......because I like to give my bowels a challenge hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by southall-1998 View Post
    Your lavatory must love you very much!
    Much preferable to the alternative.

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    Yesterday lunch, a steak and ale pie with home made crinkle cut chips.
    Yesterday evening, home made bo bun. Really tasty.
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    mmm crinkle cut chips! there is something about the taste of them that straight cut just doesn't have.
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    I totally agree.
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    Hmm. Getting peckish. Thoughts are turning to food. What will it be, something cheap & cheerful or fancier. Wouldn't mind cheese on toast with baked beans actually, but might go for an omelette. Pondering!
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    Home made Pizza tonight. Will be cooked on a pizza stone in the BBQ.
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    a cheesey beano that is.... quite like it myself, but usually add a bit of chilli sauce to beans

    dunno what Im having if anything... had fish n chips for lunch home made just half a dozen goose fat chips yum
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