What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Canary » Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:55 pm

Keyser wrote:
Canary wrote:Thanks for that, Keyser x.
Iceland's a very underrated store.
You will always find little gems dotted around if you look.


Yes Iceland is a cracking store.
I got those burgers half price at £1 as well - and their ready meals and pizzas are always excellent value. :cuppaT:


They didn't have it in store when we went, K. It's not that they ran out of it, they said that bargain did not exist. Their website lied!! :bawlin:
But they did have other bargains so I shan't grumble.

Tonight I'll be like malamute and not plan in advance what to have for supper.
I'll just open the fridge door and see what takes my fancy. Maybe egg 'n chips or whatever!
"Get ya lard out for the tits.''
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Guest » Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:37 pm

Canary wrote:
Keyser wrote:
Canary wrote:Thanks for that, Keyser x.
Iceland's a very underrated store.
You will always find little gems dotted around if you look.


Yes Iceland is a cracking store.
I got those burgers half price at £1 as well - and their ready meals and pizzas are always excellent value. :cuppaT:


They didn't have it in store when we went, K. It's not that they ran out of it, they said that bargain did not exist. Their website lied!! :bawlin:
But they did have other bargains so I shan't grumble.

Tonight I'll be like malamute and not plan in advance what to have for supper.
I'll just open the fridge door and see what takes my fancy. Maybe egg 'n chips or whatever!


Egg and chips :gigglesnshit: You really do know how to push the boat out, don't you, your stroppy ladyship.

..For us, a half shoulder of lamb, slow cooked over four hours in a casserole dish with lamb gravy, garlic, mixed herbs, salt and pepper and not forgetting to shove some white wine in as well.

:cheers:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Guest » Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:58 pm

Guest wrote:
Canary wrote:
Keyser wrote:
Canary wrote:Thanks for that, Keyser x.
Iceland's a very underrated store.
You will always find little gems dotted around if you look.


Yes Iceland is a cracking store.
I got those burgers half price at £1 as well - and their ready meals and pizzas are always excellent value. :cuppaT:


They didn't have it in store when we went, K. It's not that they ran out of it, they said that bargain did not exist. Their website lied!! :bawlin:
But they did have other bargains so I shan't grumble.

Tonight I'll be like malamute and not plan in advance what to have for supper.
I'll just open the fridge door and see what takes my fancy. Maybe egg 'n chips or whatever!


Egg and chips :gigglesnshit: You really do know how to push the boat out, don't you, your stroppy ladyship.

..For us, a half shoulder of lamb, slow cooked over four hours in a casserole dish with lamb gravy, garlic, mixed herbs, salt and pepper and not forgetting to shove some white wine in as well.

:cheers:


Don't be such a snob. Nowt wrong with egg & chips. Classic working class grub.
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby malamute » Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:06 pm

In a rush as I have to go out tonight and cook for 5 so it's going to be sausages, eggs, oven chips and baked beans. :canny:
I will say though that the oven chips are Lidls luxury ones and they're huge and very chunky.
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Vam » Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:07 pm

As I've so often said, my favourite thing for dinner has always been a reservation.

I do still miss cooking for more than just me, though :bawlin:

But definitely no cooking tonight - smoked salmon bagel and salad :thumbsup:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Guest » Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:17 pm

Canary wrote:
Keyser wrote:
Canary wrote:Thanks for that, Keyser x.
Iceland's a very underrated store.
You will always find little gems dotted around if you look.


Yes Iceland is a cracking store.
I got those burgers half price at £1 as well - and their ready meals and pizzas are always excellent value. :cuppaT:


They didn't have it in store when we went, K. It's not that they ran out of it, they said that bargain did not exist. Their website lied!! :bawlin:
But they did have other bargains so I shan't grumble.

Tonight I'll be like malamute and not plan in advance what to have for supper.
I'll just open the fridge door and see what takes my fancy. Maybe egg 'n chips or whatever!


nothing wrong with egg and chips, nice dippy yolk. :drool:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Guest » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:22 pm

Guest wrote:
Canary wrote:
Keyser wrote:
Canary wrote:Thanks for that, Keyser x.
Iceland's a very underrated store.
You will always find little gems dotted around if you look.


Yes Iceland is a cracking store.
I got those burgers half price at £1 as well - and their ready meals and pizzas are always excellent value. :cuppaT:


They didn't have it in store when we went, K. It's not that they ran out of it, they said that bargain did not exist. Their website lied!! :bawlin:
But they did have other bargains so I shan't grumble.

Tonight I'll be like malamute and not plan in advance what to have for supper.
I'll just open the fridge door and see what takes my fancy. Maybe egg 'n chips or whatever!


nothing wrong with egg and chips, nice dippy yolk. :drool:


Yea, nothing like good healthy eating, good for the figure that as well :gigglesnshit:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Guest » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:11 pm




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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Poca » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:00 pm

Part 2 huh!!..... who'da thunk it :gigglesnshit:

Tonight I had chicken, stuffing, colcannon, peas and Yorkshire puds :drool: (need a fat, bloated smiley) :mrgreen:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby malamute » Sun Oct 29, 2017 11:01 am

Poca wrote:Part 2 huh!!..... who'da thunk it :gigglesnshit:

Tonight I had chicken, stuffing, colcannon, peas and Yorkshire puds :drool: (need a fat, bloated smiley) :mrgreen:


OMG I haven't had Colcannon in ages. Must make it soon.

I am just cooking for 6. Roast beef, roasties, yorkies, leeks in a white sauce, carrots, green beans and gravy. Dessert is a fruit crumble from Aldi with créme fraiche. They're very good and Saves a lot of messing around. I have jobs to do in garden this afternoon.
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Vicks » Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:35 am

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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby HobbitFeet » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:17 am

I've just come over all mummsy and made a rice pudding for after tea

whether it survives until child arrives home from school is another matter

this recipe is foolproof, but I swap whole milk for semi-skimmed and it is still lovely and creamy

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/rice_pudding_85172
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Holly » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:20 am

HobbitFeet wrote:I've just come over all mummsy and made a rice pudding for after tea

whether it survives until child arrives home from school is another matter



I love rice pudding...Do you let it burn a little bit? Well not burn as such, but just a bit brown and crunchy? :drool:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby HobbitFeet » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:37 am

Holly wrote:
HobbitFeet wrote:I've just come over all mummsy and made a rice pudding for after tea

whether it survives until child arrives home from school is another matter



I love rice pudding...Do you let it burn a little bit? Well not burn as such, but just a bit brown and crunchy? :drool:



God yes, then we battle for the 'skin'
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Holly » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:38 am

HobbitFeet wrote:
Holly wrote:
HobbitFeet wrote:I've just come over all mummsy and made a rice pudding for after tea

whether it survives until child arrives home from school is another matter



I love rice pudding...Do you let it burn a little bit? Well not burn as such, but just a bit brown and crunchy? :drool:



God yes, then we battle for the 'skin'



YES!!!! My kids are always fighting for the skin and the crunchy bits :razz:
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