What's for tea?
I’m confused. Having spent the last few days contemplating turning vegetarian (not full time, just having meat as a special occasion where i buy some high quality stuff, rather than the factory rubbish I usually eat) and visited the local market today*, i’ve now got no end of fruit/veg/lentils/beans/dahl/spices. And no idea what to cook.
A bacon sandwich beckons…
*By jingo it’s true about the rip-off supermarkets! 10 kiwi fruit for 50p! 50p i tells you!Posted 4 years agonedrapierSubscriber
some sort of bread, lightly toasted, butter and wholegrain mustard, ham, coleslaw, black pepper, rocket, cherry toms on the side. times two. Open, cos I wasn’t in it for the bread. Opened a bottle of petit chablis, which ain’t bad at all. ate it watching bjork meets attenborough, which was very good indeed.
Now getting through the rest of the bottle watching IJ and the Temple of Doom on now. Tastic.Posted 4 years ago
Kids have had theirs and will be packed off to bed ASAP.
Grown ups are having pea, feta and baby spinach salad with a lemon dressing, followed by asparagus risotto.
Accompanied by 2 bottles of dangerously chilled Pinot and The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show.Posted 4 years agotwoninerMember
Missus went out to a mates party tonight so I decided to take my 7 yr old daughter out to an Indian. I had king prawn chilli massala with mushroom rice and she had a chicken korma with boiled rice.
Food was lovely and it was great having dad/daughter time. We were getting some odd looks in the place though.Posted 4 years agoBunnyhopSubscriber
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Peppered pork steak with a mushroom sauce and loads of veg. I’ve not eaten veg all week and am desperate for some.
Washed down with Beer. Dunno what sort yet, maybe a Hawkshead Red and a Banks’sPosted 4 years ago
What he had but I don’t drink so corporation pop.
Roast garlic and sea salt focaccia on the side.
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