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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    There's no 'h'

    However, I couldn't ever imagine having Weetabix for tea... You have rather simple/plain tastes in food, Alex, don't you?

    Is that a Polish thing?

    Marco.
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    I just thought I'd use up the strawberries, I was brought up (or was it dragged up) here, Mum was English, Dad was Polish, but most of his adult life he was here, food mum cooked was mainly English. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding etc, fish and chips, shepherds pie etc etc.

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    It's in the oven now.



    Salt, pepper, a layer of cheese and topped with sauce.



    The sauce will sink down into it, then I'll add more cheese for a topping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spendorman View Post
    I just thought I'd use up the strawberries, I was brought up (or was it dragged up) here, Mum was English, Dad was Polish, but most of his adult life he was here, food mum cooked was mainly English. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding etc, fish and chips, shepherds pie etc etc.
    That makes sense, as I don't think I've ever heard you mention eating anything else. Don't you eat curry, Chinese food or pasta?

    I'd get really bored eating traditional British food all the time, as I likes some SPICE in me life!

    Talking of schools, Paul Kossoff was in my class, also David Bedford.
    That's quite cool. Nice one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    That makes sense, as I don't think I've ever heard you mention eating anything else. Don't you eat curry, Chinese food or pasta?

    I'd get really bored eating traditional British food all the time, as I likes some SPICE in me life!



    That's quite cool. Nice one

    Marco.
    It wasn't till I was at University, Sheffield about 1971, I got in to curries etc. Incidentally, I saw Wings live at the Sheffield Students Union. It was nice, and LOUD!

    Yes Marco, I love curries, Chinese food and Italian food.

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    Done!



    My portion. There's loads left. It'll go in the fridge.


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    Quote Originally Posted by spendorman View Post
    It wasn't till I was at University, Sheffield about 1971, I got in to curries etc. Incidentally, I saw Wings live at the Sheffield Students Union. It was nice, and LOUD!
    Bet it was!

    Yes Marco, I love curries, Chinese food and Italian food.
    Let's hear more about that stuff then, as it's infinitely more interesting than Weetabix, and post some pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Done!



    My portion. There's loads left. It'll go in the fridge.

    Yum, yum!

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Bet it was!



    Let's hear more about that stuff then, as it's infinitely more interesting than Weetabix, and post some pics

    Marco.
    Yes Boss.

    But there's nothing wrong with fresh strawberries!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Done!



    My portion. There's loads left. It'll go in the fridge.

    I love crispy cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spendorman View Post
    Yes Boss.

    But there's nothing wrong with fresh strawberries!
    Indeed not.......in a pudding or enjoyed as a snack, in between proper meals

    Marco.
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