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

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    Join Date: Apr 2012

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    Been pondering what to eat for the last hour or so. Not desperately hungry, but if I'm going to have something I'd better do it soon. Think I'll have a rummage in the kitchen.
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    Just had Lamb shank with mash and gravy and a pint of Pedigree.
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    Kashmiri Chicken spinach curry with either some roti or white rice... Can't wait for Mrs to get back

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    Decided on Pollack in butter sauce, with Brocolli spears, French Beans, fried Chestnut Mushrooms and fresh noodles. It was very tasty!


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    Oven-baked salmon, with boiled potatoes and ratatouille, with some Hollandaise sauce on the side.

    Strawberries and cream for pudding.

    All washed down with a little Pouilly Fuissé.
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    a packet of batchelors spicey arabica pasta and once cooked, add remains of yesterdays mince... great taste and quick
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    Tesco's Scotch egg and salad. Trying to be (a bit) healthy.

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    Chicken tikka masala, Basmati rice, ratatouille, broccoli and french beans. Yoghourt and cucumber raita.

    Washed down with a bottle of Kingfisher lager.
    Barry

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    M&S Cod & Chips.

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    Chicken Tikka (from the Halal Counter at Tesco's), Pilau Rice, and a tomato and onion salad.

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