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Old 10-20-2013, 03:13 PM   #1
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What's on't plate, mate? Dinner 20/10/13

fish,chips & mushy peas.beer.reese's "peanut butter pumpkin" for pudding(one of my guilty pleasures)got a couple of nice haddock loins double dipped in cornmeal/buttermilk then deep fried,crinkle cut chips & harry ramsden's mushies....food of the gods,hurrah!!

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Old 10-20-2013, 03:15 PM   #2
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Roast chicken, stuffing and butternut squash.
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Old 10-20-2013, 03:27 PM   #3
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I made a steak and kidney casserole, and served it with new potatoes and peas. An ideal meal to counter the miserable rain, and cold, grey skies!
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Leftover meatloaf, and I think I will make potatoes Dauphinoise or maybe just scalloped potatoes, maybe roasted root veggies too. It's still early here, so who knows???? ;)

Great looking Sup Harry! Mushy peas look just like my split pea soup before I add cream. ;)
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Ha. Baked pork chops on top of a pan of stuffing. Baked acorn squash alongside. Whiskadoodle's Snickerdoodles baking as I type. Thank you Betty Crocker recipe.
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Old 10-20-2013, 03:35 PM   #6
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Leftover meatloaf, and I think I will make potatoes Dauphinoise or maybe just scalloped potatoes, maybe roasted root veggies too. It's still early here, so who knows???? ;)

Great looking Sup Harry! Mushy peas look just like my split pea soup before I add cream. ;)
thanks bunny the peas?yup,that's about what they are.marrowfat peas boiled to mush.a wondrous delicacy that actually comes back to say hello!!
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I made a steak and kidney casserole, and served it with new potatoes and peas. An ideal meal to counter the miserable rain, and cold, grey skies!
"snake & pygmy" ahh katy,a powerful counter to the most inclement weather i agree.sounds deeeelish chook!!
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Ha. Baked pork chops on top of a pan of stuffing. Baked acorn squash alongside. Whiskadoodle's Snickerdoodles baking as I type. Thank you Betty Crocker recipe.
sounds great whiska but,ummm,snickerdoodles?
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Roast chicken, stuffing and butternut squash.
sunday dinner at it's best mate!!
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"snake & pygmy" ahh katy,a powerful counter to the most inclement weather i agree.sounds deeeelish chook!!
Aye lad, it was reet nice! (Or something like that...)

Your Fish, Chips and Mushy peas looked super too! I don't think I would ever tackle making them at home (when it is so easy to just pop to the chippy).
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