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  • dabble
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    chicken kiev from the local butchers, sweet potato mash, mangetouts and baby sweetcorn. Bon appetit!

    Nice drink of water from a beaker to go with that?

    trail_rat
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    be pork chops and home made sweet potato wedges + corn on cob for us tonight after i finish dans shed.

    jekkyl
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    no tea, big lunch of chicken and wedges from mozzers (morrisons supermarket) as riding tonight, ahoooooo into the night!

    spacemonkey
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    I’ve been wiped out with a bug all week and now fancy a KFC. Haven’t eaten any home cooking since Sunday.

    Premier Icon somouk
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    It’s Wednesday night lads night so will be heading to a place call ‘The Grove’ in a not so nice part of Birmingham for some of the best indian BBQ food around.

    TooTall
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    Goan Black Eyed Beans (7 hrs in the slow cooker) with naan, pickles and something else I’ve not cooked yet.

    Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    Smallish spag Bol for a pre nightride tea. Then I’ll devour the rest when I get back from what looks like a cold windy ride.

    Premier Icon tomhoward
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    Nice drink of water from a beaker to go with that?

    Not a protein shake?

    Curry for me 😀

    Chicken and vegetable rice.

    Premier Icon midlifecrashes
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    Flaki, nast?pnie Golonka po Bawarsku podawana na kapu?cie zasma?anej serwowana z chlebem.

    Premier Icon MSP
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    Thai red king prawn curry.

    Premier Icon Kryton57
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    midlifecrashes – Member
    Flaki, nast?pnie Golonka po Bawarsku podawana na kapu?cie zasma?anej serwowana z chlebem.

    Me too, what a coincidence!

    Premier Icon xherbivorex
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    falafel.
    with hummous. and salad. in wholemeal pitta.
    i’m making it. mostly.

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    its paella time at cassa del kimbers

    carlos
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    Off out for with the Mrs and friends for a cheeky mid week Thai and a few even cheekier Singha’s 😉

    Premier Icon midlifecrashes
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    Our Polish former lodger is taking us out for dinner early doors, so we have ordered in advance.

    Beef tripe soup, followed by Bavarian style pork hock served on fried cabbage with bread. There may be beers too.

    spacemonkey
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    Beef tripe soup, followed by Bavarian style pork hock served on fried cabbage with bread. There may be beers too.

    I think I’d need the beers if I was eating that lot. No offence!

    kendo954
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    roast chicken, mash, cabbage carrots & broc – school dinners but nice and easy after work 😉

    prawny
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    Leftover turkey mince chili from Monday. Always tastes better after a couple of days in the fridge.

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    I think I’d need the beers if I was eating that lot. No offalence!

    ftfy

    bigbeard
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    Its my birthday, so I’m off out to a local Italian with the wife and kids.

    Might have pasta.
    And possibly a beer.

    lemonysam
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    Lamb Hot Pot. Already made, just needs to go in the oven to crisp up.

    Since I’m sat at home waiting on the gas men, I’ve made Apple Rye Cake. There may also be custard.

    loddrik
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    What you having and are you cooking, someone else cooking or buying.

    Just about to cook Beef bourguignon. Yum!

    Premier Icon jambalaya
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    Was going to be vegetable curry but that’s tomorrow now – cooked by me (very lazy as its Sharwoods sauce but hard to fault quality for minimum effort)

    Meurgez (Sausages available in France which are actually tasty) with a variety of mushrooms and cous cous – cooked by GF.

    AdamW
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    Pea and sage risotto with crispy bacon on top.

    Followed by a yoghurt!

    Premier Icon annebr
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    maybe homemade pizza

    or some pieminister pies

    john_drummer
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    oven chips from Aunt Bessie’s
    chilli & tomato chicken from Asda

    CBA to cook properly on a weeknight 😉

    jambalaya, did you get the merguez from Morrisons?

    slackalice
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    Just about to make a banitsa, as soon as the boy gets back with some eggs…

    bigyinn
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    Good grief, even some people’s dinner’s are niche.
    Does nobody eat boiled beef and carrots anymore?
    With cold gravel for pudding?
    And a kick in the knackers for afters?
    Before getting up before going to bed.
    In a wet puddle?

    TuckerUK
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    I’m cooking (as I usually do), and tonight it’s shop bought steak pie, with lovely new potatoes and carrots (both local). Dab of Flora (yes, I know) on the spuds, some English mustard, and finishing off a random bottle of red.

    tang
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    Risotto. With veg from Prince Charles’s garden.

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    Fish*, pots & broccoli.

    Apologies 😳

    *Actually, the fish is the new Bird Eye ‘fusions’ thhing – 300g in 2 pieces, with a light breadcrumb and actually leaves over 70% fish, instead of the usual 50% business.

    Ok, I’ve stopped.

    jekkyl
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    AHH midweek drinking, cannae beat it. I have 2 big silver exports waiting for me when I get in.

    Premier Icon ton
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    just had,
    peppers, mushrooms, onions, cabbage, all stirfried in a load of homemade garlic butter, with pan fried pork loin.

    was nice…. 8)

    carlosg
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    Home made pizza for son no1 / mrscarlos and me.Beans and hotdogs for son no2 because he’s the fussiest eater I ever met

    Premier Icon Kryton57
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    Papa Johns Caribbean Hot pizza for me. Medium, ’cause I’m watching my waistline.

    nostoc
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    Fennel, carrot and lentil soup, necessitated by allotment surplus. Yesterday was fennel and tomato.

    Beef stew and dumplings with carrot and swede mash,yum.

    fatalbert
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    Wife’s away this week, so it’s dairylea on toast for one.

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