What's for tea? Home › Forum › Chat Forum › What's for tea? Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) What's for tea? santacruzsiSubscriber Here it was trout crostini to start, very nice and tasty , and to follow Pulled Pork on baps with wedges. Rather pleased with myself as I venture into cooking! No booze though as on call 🙁 Posted 5 years ago hmanchesterMember I had pulled pork for lunch! Pork shoulder with a few random spices + slow cooker + 10 hours = cheap easy loveliness. Syrian restaurant for supps. Posted 5 years ago bikebouyMember I’m going Indian tonight, veggie Indian to be precise from my very favourite restaurant. I will swig one beer, but only one, a small one at that. Posted 5 years ago stumpy_m4Member Beef stew :)….. was very yummy Posted 5 years ago chvckMember Never had tartiflette so decided to make that, should be done in 5 mins! Will have a nice cuppa tea with it. Posted 5 years ago b rMember Beef Stroganoff here, my own recipe and bloody good it was too. And none of this dodgy stuff either, quality Silverside from the Butcher. Posted 5 years ago righogSubscriber It was home made individual toads in the holes ( wife made it)..MMmmmmmmmm. I actually clapped when I finished eating 😀 Posted 5 years ago midlifecrashesSubscriber Quiche, then… Posted 5 years ago PiefaceMember Lazy Saturday night dinner here. Steak and ale pie with cheesy leeky potato bake, red wine and cheesecake Posted 5 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) The topic ‘What's for tea?’ is closed to new replies.