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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Square Lorne sausage... Yum, yum! That's something I miss from the 'old country', along with morning rolls. Down here, it's bloody links, which in terms of sausage, simply doesn't compare!

    Only thing is, where's the broon sauce?

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    Good point.. I went to the cupboard but there wiznae any so I chillied up the beans lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Good point.. I went to the cupboard but there wiznae any so I chillied up the beans lol
    Had a breakfast roll and onion slice last week for the first time in about a year.
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    “Healthy” fish and chips this evening...
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    Very nice Alex. Looks good.

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    Haddock in batter with curly kale, sweet potato mash and parsley sauce.

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    Tuna salad!

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    A light lunch of peppered mackerel.

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    Secret weapons.

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    Some obviously great recipes in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Secret weapons.

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    Some obviously great recipes in here.
    Great place to eat,one of my favs.
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    Some awesome foodie pics recently, guys! Your peppered mackerel in particular Jim, looked great - superb pic

    Tonight's dinner, enjoyed once again in the lovely Wrexham sunshine, of homemade spicy Chinese pork kebabs, cooked on our charcoal BBQ, and served with homemade vegetarian Singapore noodles. Thought Del was doing some salads, but I'm glad she didn't, as the noodles were SUPERB and arguably even better than the kebabs, which themselves were excellent:







    ...all washed down with a lovely chilled bottle of Chablis!

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