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    Here's one I cooked some time ago:

    DSCF3868 by A60man, on Flickr
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    Double Yum
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    The last pic, no bacon in it, from memory, was nice.

    Tonight's, I had a little brown sauce on top.
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    Can you drop one off in about half hour please
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    It'll be cold by the time I delivered it!

    The second photo Bubble and Squeak, half was served to my Mum when she was over 100 Years old. She did enjoy that. Sadly, she is no longer with us. Got to 102 1/2 though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spendorman View Post
    It'll be cold by the time I delivered it!

    The second photo Bubble and Squeak, half was served to my Mum when she was over 100 Years old. She did enjoy that. Sadly, she is no longer with us. Got to 102 1/2 though.
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    I didn't feel up to cooking, so my daughter has just presented me with a big plateful of sausage, eggs, chips and beans. That'll do nicely!
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    Medium rare 8 oz rib-eye steak, with mashed potatoes, carrots, petit pois and ratatouille. Washed down with a 2014 Chateau d'Anvichar, Bordeaux.

    Nothing for pudding - too stuffed!
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    homemade lasagne tonight/

    just popping in oven now

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    Nice.

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