What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

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

Postby Keyser » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:03 pm

Junglejayne wrote:Shitty frozen Lasagna with salad tonight. I have learnt my lesson - most of its in the bin.


Your avatar is so excellent I never get tired of it. :cuppaT:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Junglejayne » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:07 pm

Cenobite wrote:
Junglejayne wrote:Shitty frozen Lasagna with salad tonight. I have learnt my lesson - most of its in the bin.


Your avatar is so excellent I never get tired of it. :cuppaT:


Thanks :smilin:

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

Postby Nucks » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:18 pm

Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby dean is an actual god » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:21 pm

Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Keyser » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:24 pm

Junglejayne wrote:
Cenobite wrote:
Junglejayne wrote:Shitty frozen Lasagna with salad tonight. I have learnt my lesson - most of its in the bin.


Your avatar is so excellent I never get tired of it. :cuppaT:


Thanks :smilin:

Blinders is back :twirl:


Yeah not seen it yet - will probably watch the first two episodes together. :thumbsup:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Nucks » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:15 pm

dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby dean is an actual god » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:19 pm

Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.


would you do a thread with your recipes, please?
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Keyser » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:21 pm

Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.


Why have you not saved me any? :bawlin: :mrgreen:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Nucks » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:25 pm

Cenobite wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.


Why have you not saved me any? :bawlin: :mrgreen:


Cuz there are 4 of us and we’re all greedy bastards. :mrgreen:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Keyser » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:35 pm

Canucklehead wrote:
Cenobite wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.


Why have you not saved me any? :bawlin: :mrgreen:


Cuz there are 4 of us and we’re all greedy bastards. :mrgreen:


You are off my Christmas card list! :snooty:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Stooo » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:37 pm

Cleopatra wrote:Chicken, rice and roast vegetables. Followed by a Kit Kat chunky.


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

Postby Nucks » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:40 pm

dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.


would you do a thread with your recipes, please?


I do really basic food, the things I make from scratch are butter chicken, meatloaf, and a couple of soups. Sometimes i don’t measure anything :gigglesnshit: , like with meatloaf. I could tell you what I put in it but I’d only be guessing at how much. I’ll think about it. Perhaps the other members and guests would post their favourites too if I did. :smilin:
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Lady Murasaki » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:43 pm

Stooo wrote:
Cleopatra wrote:Chicken, rice and roast vegetables. Followed by a Kit Kat chunky.


:ooer:


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

Postby dean is an actual god » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:43 pm

Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.


would you do a thread with your recipes, please?


I do really basic food, the things I make from scratch are butter chicken, meatloaf, and a couple of soups. Sometimes i don’t measure anything :gigglesnshit: , like with meatloaf. I could tell you what I put in it but I’d only be guessing at how much. I’ll think about it. Perhaps the other members and guests would post their favourites too if I did. :smilin:


it would be a really useful thread & like you said, other people might post theirs too.
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Re: What's on the menu tonight? pt 2

Postby Lady Murasaki » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:44 pm

Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:
dean is an actual god wrote:
Canucklehead wrote:Bolognese with sautéed mushrooms instead of pasta.


i might try that myself one day, it sounds delicious & must be quite healthy.


It’s surprisingly filling, you eat a much smaller portion than with the pasta. We are trying to get back into low carb eating and the mushrooms are a good substitute. Cauliflower mash with cream cheese is also a great sub for mashed potato. Sometimes I do sweet potato mash as a topping for cottage pie and it’s really good. Sweet potatoes are meant to be a healthier choice than regular potato, they’re still a carb but their effect on blood sugar is less dramatic.


would you do a thread with your recipes, please?


I do really basic food, the things I make from scratch are butter chicken, meatloaf, and a couple of soups. Sometimes i don’t measure anything :gigglesnshit: , like with meatloaf. I could tell you what I put in it but I’d only be guessing at how much. I’ll think about it. Perhaps the other members and guests would post their favourites too if I did. :smilin:


Cauliflower mash is great, espesh with mustard and cream.
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