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

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    Got a bag in fridge. Will be having it soon, with... summat lol. Its a markies special lol
    Yup i do eat them, but often they are in a sauce.
    But yes a lot of time the prep and wastage for one person isnt good. Also i have to eat a fairly low fibre diet now
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    Lol, no worries... Would be good next time to see pics of the veg you have (in a sauce or whatever) along with the rest of your food

    Anyway, today's lunch... Armoniche [harmonicas] All' Uovo, from Aldi, with homemade tomato and fresh chilli sauce, using red chillies from my dad's greenhouse, and sprinkled with chopped garlic chives from our garden, and some freshly grated Parmesan:





    ...washed down with some excellent cloudy craft-cider, from Lidl. Lurvely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lol, no worries... Would be good next time to see pics of the veg you have (in a sauce or whatever) along with the rest of your food

    Anyway, today's lunch... Armoniche [harmonicas] All' Uovo, from Aldi, with homemade tomato and fresh chilli sauce, using red chillies from my dad's greenhouse, and sprinkled with chopped garlic chives from our garden, and some freshly grated Parmesan:





    ...washed down with some excellent cloudy craft-cider, from Lidl. Lurvely!

    Marco.
    hey, where's the veg
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    Haha - veg with a plate of pasta?

    You'll have noticed the 'odd veg', I'm sure, with the pics I've posted of my Sunday lunches!

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
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    Excellent... So let's see some evidence of it on your plate in future!



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    That pasta looks great Marco.

    Had some left over mash from Pieminister sessions.

    Tossed in some tuna, fried onion and yellow pepper, and chopped jalepenos plus plenty of salt & pepper. Dipped in egg and panko and fried in groundnut.

    TBH it made a right old mess. Did taste a lot better than it looks. Very hard to shallow fry panko well.

    Just using up stuff, really.

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    It looks absolutely fine. Some foods you just can't make look 'sexy'. The important thing is that it was tasty, and that you're using up leftovers in a creative way, rather than simply chucking them in the bin, and that has to be admired

    We do the same, and very little of our food goes into the recycle bin.

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    look fine, although im not keen on tuna; prefer salmon.(typical of me to like the dear one)

    just been to shop actually to refresh the fridge...its full again
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    look fine, although im not keen on tuna; prefer salmon.(typical of me to like the dear one)

    just been to shop actually to refresh the fridge...its full again
    With veg?

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