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    Will be doing a bake with chicken, brocolli, cauliflower, pasta, mushrooms and other various veg. Using a white sauce with loads of butter and a cheese crust on top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Homemade tomato and basil soup

    That looks ace! Perhaps a little swirl of cream on top, just for extra decadence?

    Marco.

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    Was a lot of cream in it and didnt want to overdo it but, yes, it would have been nice. Got to watch my cream intake. Had 2 slices of bread too with it to fill me up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Will be doing a bake with chicken, brocolli, cauliflower, pasta, mushrooms and other various veg. Using a white sauce with loads of butter and a cheese crust on top.

    Where's mines, Geoff?



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    Quote Originally Posted by southall-1998 View Post
    Where's mines, Geoff?



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    Eaten mate, you're out of luck. Very nice it was too. Youngest grand daughter said it was delicious!
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    Liver and bacon, with mashed potato, steamed carrots, brocolli, sugarsnap peas and french beans.

    Peach yoghourt to follow.
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    Had sweet n sour chicken. Needed eating date wise. I quite like it. From Lidl cheap and cheerful
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    Lidl's one is actually ok. So you like Chines food but not Indian?

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lidl's one is actually ok. So you like Chines food but not Indian?

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    Like sweet n sour chicken, Lemon chicken too if out of a good restaurant. Good spare ribs although when I made y own they were much better. Not got the teeth for them now lol. Yes I like a few chinese dishes, a few Italian as well. Good British fayre gets unfair criticism. Cooked right it can be very good too. Nowt wrong with mince and tatty I ight add the mince should be minced beef not ground beef as is the penchant of current butchers. Got somwe nice rough stuff today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Like sweet n sour chicken, Lemon chicken too if out of a good restaurant. Good spare ribs although when I made y own they were much better.
    That's the kind of stuff I like, too. With ribs my favourites now are the salt and pepper ones.

    Good British fayre gets unfair criticism. Cooked right it can be very good too. Nowt wrong with mince and tatty I ight add the mince should be minced beef not ground beef as is the penchant of current butchers. Got somwe nice rough stuff today.
    I completely agree, but not had mince and tatties for YEARS! British produce is amongst the best in the world, but many Brits don't know how to make the most of it!

    Marco.

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