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

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    A baked potato with home made minced beef, onion and tomato filling, carrots, sweetcorn, peas and brocolli on the side.

    Peach flavoured yoghourt to follow.
    Barry

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    Just sandwiches for me again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spendorman View Post
    Had these tonight in a seeded bun, with green salad, coleslaw etc. Much better than expected.

    Says on the back of the pack 99% beef. Lidl's own.

    Pic actually looks much like what I got.

    To me these were very good, and I have made my own in the past, very cheap too, £1 something I think.
    Spendorman

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    Spag bol, garlic bread, Chilean Malbec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narabdela View Post
    Spag bol, garlic bread, Chilean Malbec.
    Nice, was the spag bol homemade? if so, I would put a bit of the wine in it early on in the cooking.
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    Frozen pizza with loads of extra cheese, sliced tomatoes, tomato puree, butter, sliced mushrooms and topped with even more cheese & pepper. Plus 'enhanced' baked beans! It was lovely.
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    Just ordered a curry

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    Corn on the cob to start, followed by a chicken, chorizo and king prawn paella, with brocolli and peas. 2014 Chateau d'Anvichar, Bordeaux

    Fresh fruit for dessert.
    Barry

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    Not feeling that good this evening, just sandwich from the Local Morrisons, tuna and sweetcorn, was not expecting much, but it was quite nice.
    Spendorman

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    corned beef sarnie here. i like corned beef
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