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    Don't fancy a meal tonight. I may just have cereal and fruit for a change. Quite enjoy that.
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    Pasta with Tomato,tuna,onion and garlic with loads of cheese on top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Don't fancy a meal tonight. I may just have cereal and fruit for a change. Quite enjoy that.

    Cereal can be rather satisfying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by southall-1998 View Post
    Cereal can be rather satisfying!

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    Had a baked spud instead!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Had a baked spud instead!
    I know!



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    Raided the freezer and decided on chicken pie, mixed veg (brocolli/peas/sweetcorn) and wholegrain rice. I'll bung a bit of gravy on too!

    Can't be bothered to make something from scratch today, although I often do.
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    Had these tonight in a seeded bun, with green salad, coleslaw etc. Much better than expected.

    Says on the back of the pack 99% beef. Lidl's own.

    Pic actually looks much like what I got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Raided the freezer and decided on chicken pie, mixed veg (brocolli/peas/sweetcorn) and wholegrain rice. I'll bung a bit of gravy on too!
    Mmm. Looks very nice!

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    Had a lovely home-made lamb curry today.

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