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> Whats For Dinner Today, what food have you had
Betsy2009
post 4th Nov 2014, 01:04pm
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That's great. Thanks very much, Dave. I'll give it a go tomorrow when I have some time to myself.
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post 6th Nov 2014, 12:50pm
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I've made big pot of lentil broth for the cold days ahead. Got Hake for tea at Morrrison's;they also had whole Sea Bream, Pouting and Coley - took me a while to decide.


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angel
post 6th Nov 2014, 04:26pm
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Yesterday we had pan fried pork chop's.
cooked to perfection biggrin.gif
with small whole potatoes , brocoli and
carrots .
I baked a blueberry pie for dessert
and served it with ice cream .

I have a pot of chicken veg.soup on the go . smile.gif




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post 7th Nov 2014, 03:01pm
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tonight it will be the soup I had made yesterday , lots of chicken ,
Baked rice for dessert , glass of white wine .


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Dimairt
post 7th Nov 2014, 06:57pm
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A bowl of yesterday's soup, even better today, then kidneys cooked in sherry, Spanish style.

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post 7th Nov 2014, 08:33pm
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Barbecue pork ribs.....sweet potatoes.....beans......it's a glorious sunny day here!
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post 8th Nov 2014, 01:28pm
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Wellfield, would you stop making us jealous with BBQ and sun!!!!! Its snowing here today, I could trade you some snow for some sun!!!!!
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post 11th Nov 2014, 06:06pm
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tonights dinner will be my usually once a week Stir fry

Rice , vegetable's , shrimp and chicken and of course
with sweet and sour sauce .

and tomorrow we will be going out for a
fish n chip supper .


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post 12th Nov 2014, 09:16pm
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Coley korma with saffron and lemon rice, washed down with Tiger Beer. I think I've posted this before but Jamie's Fish Supper is great; I've tried all of the recipes.

Durachdan,

Eddy


http://www.channel4.com/programmes/jamies-...per/4od#3156911

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post 15th Nov 2014, 09:30pm
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hello Eddy , today I took a notion to buy ground / minced Lamb.
to make Bridies , of course I have made them in the past using
ground beef , and they are very nice , but I figured that I would
make Forfar Bridie's with Lamb .
Now I must admit that I thought the price I paid was bare faced robbery
$9.51 for 360Kg's about a little more than a half pound .
Can you give me an idea of what you would expect to pay for
your ground lamb . thanks smile.gif


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post 15th Nov 2014, 10:25pm
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QUOTE (angel @ 15th Nov 2014, 08:47pm) *
hello Eddy , today I took a notion to buy ground / minced Lamb.
to make Bridies , of course I have made them in the past using
ground beef , and they are very nice , but I figured that I would
make Forfar Bridie's with Lamb .
Now I must admit that I thought the price I paid was bare faced robbery
$9.51 for 360Kg's about a little more than a half pound .
Can you give me an idea of what you would expect to pay for
your ground lamb . thanks smile.gif
.

OOOOOOOOOOOPs , Eddy that should read . $9.51 for .360 Kg's
I don't know how to get the decimal point . on the keyboard . blush4.gif


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post 16th Nov 2014, 04:36pm
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QUOTE (angel @ 15th Nov 2014, 10:42pm) *
..

OOOOOOOOOOOPs , Eddy that should read . $9.51 for .360 Kg's
I don't know how to get the decimal point . on the keyboard . blush4.gif



Hi Angel, I had a wee look in Sauchiehall St. Tesco this morning, it was 4 for 500g. Hope the Bridies were good.
Got bread proving just now to go with the lentil and bacon soup I made this morning. Winter is a comin' in.


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post 16th Nov 2014, 06:27pm
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Ostrich Sausage on home made bread, finished up with Semolina and peaches its Sunday night and we both cant be bothered biggrin.gif
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post 20th Nov 2014, 06:06pm
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Eddy , last night I got a batch of pastry made , also defrosted that ground lamb , I will be lucky if I get four bridies out of it .
In the supermarkets here it is ground beef you buy and not minced
there is a difference , minced being a much finer grind ,
probably if I bought from a butcher I could get it minced ,
anyway I'll let you know how they turn out .
I have made a two meat pie's , " Tourtiere " french canadian ,
and also a pot of beef vegetable soup . loads of meat and veg.
So this plus whatever I come up with will take us over the weekend .
So now I will go and clear away the snow from the driveway .
it's not a lot .
..................... Have a nice weekend . smile.gif


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Dimairt
post 26th Nov 2014, 09:57pm
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Fish from McCallum's at Finnieston, so fresh that it's worth the extra pennies. Got half-dozen prawns for a starter, then mackerel fillet which I cooked on my griddle-pan and served with a garlic/chilli/ ginger/soy/coriander and lime dressing.
I know that self-praise is no praise but it was great.

Durachdan,

Eddy
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