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    Looks yum
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post


    Looks yum

    Looks overcook.

    S.

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    Looks fine to me - I like lasagne to be a little brulé.

    Tonight it was lamb's liver and streaky bacon in an onion sauce, with mashed potato, carrots, green beans and brocolli.
    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post


    Looks yum
    I'm sure it tasted like it too, but for a genuine lasagne, you need béchamel sauce...

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    ive been eating nothing but ffing chicken breast for the last few weeks due to med high cholesterol level.
    tonight's dinner is.......chicken breast,sweet potatoes and broccoli
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    What about fish for a change? But if you don't like fish, then try venison it is also low in cholesterol.
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    Yep I don’t mind fish, I will give it a go next week. Any good ideas? I prefer fish with a sauce or dressing so it doesn’t taste too fishy if you know what I mean
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    Cod Mornay or cod in parsley sauce, or perhaps lemon butter sauce, should hit the spot. Accompany it with some mash or boiled new potatoes and green beans - job done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Cod Mornay or cod in parsley sauce, or perhaps lemon butter sauce, should hit the spot. Accompany it with some mash or boiled new potatoes and green beans - job done

    Marco.
    You must be clairvoyant Marco - that is what I had planned to have tomorrow!

    Some cod will make a nice change, as we've been having a salmon 'binge' over the last few weeks.
    Barry

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