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

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    Well that's your fault for using a bloody phone - it looks as clear as day on my LAPTOP!

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    I'm in bed ner
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    Anyway, back on topic....

    Today's lunch: Barnsley chops, cooked with lots of sprigs of fresh rosemary, and garlic, then served piping hot with seasonal veg and a homemade Cumberland sauce:







    Marco.
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    Very nice Marco
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    Yup looks good.

    Got me three lamb chops earlier...

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    Sake, sesame oil, chilli, ginger, sweetcorn, spring onion, coriander and salt & pepper.

    Plus giant crab meat. More under the surface had to float it on the coriander!!!

    Nice. Might make it again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Sake, sesame oil, chilli, ginger, sweetcorn, spring onion, coriander and salt & pepper.

    Plus giant crab meat. More under the surface had to float it on the coriander!!!

    Nice. Might make it again.

    Yes please!


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    Cheers guys, and another good looking soup there, Justers

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Yes please!
    But not my lamb?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    But not my lamb?



    Marco.
    Of course Id want the lamb! I got side-tracked playing taxi-driver for my daughter.


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