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Old 11-20-2013, 12:55 PM   #1
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Wot's in't pot, Dot? Dinner 11/20/13

tesco had some fab outdoor reared pork chops on half price sale,3.50/$5.25kilo,1.60/$2.40lb...bargain!!guess what's filling my freezer?...even had to evict mr yamamoto to make room...oh well
grilled poke chops,mashed spuds,steamed curly kale with garlic butter & a right royal dollop of colmans english mustard.ice cold peroni colder than mr yamamoto's arse!!

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Old 11-20-2013, 01:01 PM   #2
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Nice looking chops, 'arry!.

I'm working on some veggies for a meat free dinner (!!Horrors!!). It'll be the first ever for me, but I'm starting to look forward to it.
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Old 11-20-2013, 01:02 PM   #3
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Today's dinner is made up entirely of musgoes!

Sliced ham, fried Irish potatoes and cabbage salad.

New food tomorrow!
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Nice looking chops, 'arry!.
I'm working on some veggies for a meat free dinner (!!Horrors!!). It'll be the first ever for me, but I'm starting to look forward to it.
cheers Z.i go veggie now & again too....make up for it the day after tho'!!gotta say that i do like me vegetable curries mate!!
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You're killing me with the Peroni the last two days Harry! I'm on evenings at work so I'm dry til Friday! GAH!

I made chili for supper last night and there is still a metric tonne of it left. The family can have that or maybe I'll be nice and make some mac n cheese for tonight and they can mix 'em or not as they wish.

I'm eating at work. Last night was butter chicken, tonight might be pork chops, but if it is, I'm having the leftover butter chicken!
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Old 11-20-2013, 01:35 PM   #6
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Looks fantastic Harry!

I hope you made enough spuds and kale to have a couple of potato cakes tomorrow!
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You're killing me with the Peroni the last two days Harry! I'm on evenings at work so I'm dry til Friday! GAH!

I made chili for supper last night and there is still a metric tonne of it left. The family can have that or maybe I'll be nice and make some mac n cheese for tonight and they can mix 'em or not as they wish.

I'm eating at work. Last night was butter chicken, tonight might be pork chops, but if it is, I'm having the leftover butter chicken!
Do be a dear and make the mac & cheese, Alix. Chili is just sooooo good with it! They'll love it!
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Those are gorgeous looking chops Harry. Great price, too.
You did them justice.
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Do be a dear and make the mac & cheese, Alix. Chili is just sooooo good with it! They'll love it!
OK, you talked me into it Z.
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Bread baking again today, so I took out a container of homemade spaghetti meat sauce from the freezer, will boil up some pasta to pour it over. I also cleaned up some beautiful red-leaf lettuce for a salad. Of course, there'll be garlic bread. Naturally. I've been baking French bread like a lunatic; we should enjoy some of it, too. Not sure about dessert but there's a boatload of egg yolks asking to be turned into something sweet.
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