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

  1. #5781
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    But not when you visit the lakes

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    But not when you visit the lakes

    Marco.
    very true Marco
    Regards
    Robin

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    Super quick less than 10 mins light chicken ramen.

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    Yum, yum - lovin' that! And replete with your trademark 'greenery'!

    Marco.

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    Tapatalk image recognition didn't get the orientation right, but hey. It usually does.

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    One too many lime leaves I feel.
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    A Charlie Bigham meal. Pasta meatballs.
    Looks good
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    I do love toast and marmalade for breakfast, nice Seville orange or lime. Tesco didn't have the Roses lime marmalade I usually buy so they sent their own brand as a substitute. Really nice flavour and quite sharp, the lemon really cuts through. I heartily recommend it and it's half the price too.

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    Good recco, Ian. Thanks

    Marco.

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    Tonight's dinner... Homemade beef goulash with dumplings (using genuine Hungarian paprika, sourced from one of Del's relatives):







    Was delish!

    Marco.

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