Evening meal

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Pasta Arrabiata with extra chillis for heat with nice chunks of crusty bread 8)
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The pair of us shared two chicken thighs and a breast, done slowly in a pot in the (coal-fired) oven, with boiled spuds, carrot swede, and cauliflower and broccoli florets.

The dog enjoyed licking out the chicken pot afterwards! :D
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Chicken Korma, rice and pappodams followed by fresh pineapple and blueberries.

Moules et frites for lunch.


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al_yrpal wrote: 14 Sep 2022, 7:16pm Chicken Korma, rice and pappodams followed by fresh pineapple and blueberries.

Moules et frites for lunch.


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My wife had Modules et Frite for lunch, I had Chef's salad. We are in Calais, coming home through the tunnel tomorrow morning.
We had quiche and salad for tea. Me Quiche Lorraine and my wife Quiche au Saumon.
We have Tarte au pommes to follow in a few minutes.
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Where I am people have started booking Xmas dinners.Badly needed by restaurant trade.
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My wife had Modules et Frite for lunch
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Tonight, I'm having stewed vegetables with orro pasta and sardines. Stewed vegetables is what you call a stir fry if you can't be bothered to stand over the stove and flick the wok about...
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Moroccan spiced fish with peas, sweet corn, and sweet potato with ginger.
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Fish Madras.
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Home made gazpatcho, pain original from local boulangerie
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It's only been a couple of weeks since I've been able to do my home brew beer again as the summer was too hot for me to ferment.

My first bottling session this Sunday morning with a pork joint in the oven for lunch. The smell of beer (Woodford Wherry kit) and the Sunday roast in the kitchen was simply sublime.
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Hotpot for us this evening.

Lamb neck chops and layers of thinly-sliced potatoes and onions. Slow-cooked in the Stanley, cast iron and coal-fired.
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Had a very boring, but lovely meat feast pizza and some chips, very healthy i know lol
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Bangers & mash, with broad beans and fried onion.
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We have a beef stew in the oven. Diced onions, spuds, carrot, swede.
Been simmering for three hours or more.

Mrs Mick F will be making suet dumplings to add to it later. :D
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Seems to me you are often in a stew....I'll get me coat...

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