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

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    King prawn salad today.

    That looks SUPERB, Geoff - fab presentation! Justers, your Asian-style stuff looks fab as usual

    Lovin' some of the scran that's been posted recently, while I've been on hols... First meal back, chez-nous (homemade fettuccini al ragu), washed down with a quality Lambrusco-like wine we brought back from Italy - cheap as chips, but very nice:



    interestingly, I said to Del that despite all the wonderful pasta we'd enjoyed in Italy, this was every bit as good!

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    King prawn salad today.

    Is that all your work Geoff?

    Looks too good to be true...

    If so, let's have a damn site more of your posts!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    King prawn salad today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Is that all your work Geoff?
    It's just a salad .

    I do a couple of salads weekly this time of year. I used to post more food pics, but do less recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Ramen
    BTW Marco that was made by a Polish Michelin Sushi restaurant. The Ramen broth beggared belief. I handed them so many complements about it they must have thought I was a nutcase
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    (I was hungry right)


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    Krakovian Street. Nice. Cheap.
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    Ham & eggs looks good, Roy-boy, but bread and butter AND a ton of chips (plus FOUR cock-a-doodle doos)?

    So stodgy and British!!

    Justers, that's 'junk food' at its best... Now and then I love shit like that. My weakness is in Germany, for Bratwurst (with loads of onions and mustard), or even better, Currywurst and chips!

    Anyway, I had a slightly healthier lunch... Del's homemade mushroom risotto, with a touch of Mascarpone:





    ...washed down with a rather nice Chianti, which we brought back from Italy, at less than 3 Euros a bottle!

    Marco.

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    Yellowfin Sole with baby potatoes, cauliflower & brocolli, fried button mushrooms and butter parsley sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post

    So stodgy and British!!

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    Thatís me

    Chicken tonight


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