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    Lamb shanks and mash tonight. - Looking forward to this.

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    Pheasant Casserole with Mash, Cabbage and Carrots.

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    Well, after last night's indulgence (it was rather nice!) I've decided on easy comfort food tonight. Jacket potatoes, bacon and baked beans.

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    Cottage Pie and veggies.

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    Yet more comfort food tonight... Beef casserole and dumplings. - There will be enough left for another night, likely Sunday.

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    M&S' Dine in for Two; Oakham Chicken, Garlic stuffed mushrooms, Belgian Chocolate pudding with a bottle of wine. I'll do my garlic, celery salt and cayenne pepper roast potatoes with green beans to add to it.

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    I'm looking forward to dining out with friends tonight. Our favourite restaurant closed , so we are trying another Italian one out.

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    Fish, potatoes, peas and parsley sauce tonight. - Yet again, I'm cooking. I spoil that woman, I really do!

    Last night's re-heated beef casserole was a treat.

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    Himmel und Erde (Heaven and Earth) tonight.

    Potato, Apple, Onion and Belly Pork. An old German recipe that just melts in the mouth. I really do spoil her don't I?

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    Lovely combination- is this a slow pot roast casserole, Rebbonk? I'm doing beef in red wine, button mushrooms and shallots all slow casseroled with bay leaves and herbs served with mashed potatoes and cabbage.

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    Yes Gladys. It all goes together in a slow oven for a couple of hours. (I'll likely par-boil the potatoes to ensure they're cooked properly.)

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    Just been out for a curry. A good night until it came to sorting the bill out - why's it always such a pain in the backaide?

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    I'm going to make Penne pasta today. It'll be my own concoction with onions, peppers, and toms.
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    I've made a steak pie for tonight.

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    Sounds good, both. I had pizza tonight, and am contemplating shin of beef for the weekend.

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    Slow cooked Lex?

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