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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beobloke View Post
    Dropped Mrs B. off at Heathrow at 6am this morning then sat on a closed M25 for 4 hours on the way back to work in Southampton. Now I’m back here to pick her up again and all I can think of food-wise is KFC on the way home! I reckon I can just about get it down before collapsing into bed...
    Surely there's a KFC closer to you that doesn't require Mrs B to jet off somewhere to collect it...….
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beobloke View Post
    Dropped Mrs B. off at Heathrow at 6am this morning then sat on a closed M25 for 4 hours on the way back to work in Southampton. Now Iím back here to pick her up again and all I can think of food-wise is KFC on the way home! I reckon I can just about get it down before collapsing into bed...
    Got caught in that this morning, luckily made my flight as the taxi driver had picked up on the situation and came in via Ascot/Egham rather than M3/M25 which was a car park the other way but messed up my direction too. According the BA lady I was talking to loads of people missed flights.

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    Stir frying chorizo & onion, not sure what itíll be yet


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    Excellent beef, pork and bacon based Bolognese.

    Respect it. It is worthy indeed.

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    Plenty of that left. Freezes well.

    Made last night eaten today. Looks crap cold. Tastes great cold. And hot.

    Seriously though, 600g beef 400g pork mince plus back bacon is a nice, lighter tasting Bolognese. Red wine, fresh plumb tomatoes blitzed, garlic, basil, coriander,.mushrooms, onions, carrots, beef stock cube, chilli, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper, bay leaves and Grand Padano cheese is about it.

    Not had a Bolognese in ages. Boring, but good

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    Added passata, veg stock, Shiraz, tomato puree, tomato ketchup, bacon, carrots, celery, Italian herbs & black pepper.


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    Served with wholemeal spaghetti tossed in extra virgin olive oil and black pepper topped with parmigiano reggiano



    Thanks for the inspiration Justin

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    Haddock in beer batter, curly kale, sweet potato mash, fried button mushrooms and parsley sauce.


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    I had , Sweet potato, cauliflower , savoy cabbage , with onion mushroom red pepper stir fry

    Eaten before I took a photo
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    Comfort food.. potato, cheese, onion and beans!




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