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    We're having spiced chicken legs and fries tonight.

    I've roasted a large joint of lamb for tomorrow, then Tuesday we'll have a Shepherd's pie and Wednesday a lamb curry. Hopefully that will see the joint off!

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    Got a joint of pork on the go. I've been cooking it on a low heat all afternoon, and will crank the temperature up for the last 45 minutes to get the crackling nice & crisp (drool).

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    Haddock and mash , with peas 'n carrots, tonight.

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    My shepherd's pie looks inviting. I put it all together this morning, only need to warm it up later.

    Mrs R has been and bought a rather large tub of yoghurt for tomorrow's curry. Apparently, it'll be a hot one, as I don't know how to make mild ones!

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    I love my curries hot - even '3 chilli' curries at Indian restaurants are rarely hot enough for me.

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    Hog roast sausages from local butcher, onions, leeks , peppers, carrots , spinach. baked spud.
    Baked apple and custard. Didn't have muscovado sugar for the apple , so i use honey added afterwards. not during cooking. Phew, that's my stint all morning in the kitchen , got my feet up now after our meal . No leftovers, which is good.
    Last edited by Finebyme; 29-11-2017 at 03:12 PM.

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    I've Just bought a smaller slow cooker.

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    What recipes have you got planned for it, Cathi

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    Beans on toast tonight! Just right after an afternoon on the beer.

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    Trying some chicken kievs, with veggies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cathidaw View Post
    I've Just bought a smaller slow cooker.
    Best item for the kitchen I ever bought.

    I used to start with a casserole on Monday and keep adding to it as the week went on. By Friday I'd inevitably have a decent curry gently bubbling away.

    Never had a tough joint of meat out of it either.

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    Aberdeen Angus minced beef with tatties, dumplings and the usual accompanying veg.
    Prune Yoghurt for afters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finebyme View Post
    Aberdeen Angus minced beef with tatties, dumplings and the usual accompanying veg.
    I love that, but Mrs R won't hear of it. I also like mince and chips, another meal she doesn't like! - I have a feeling that mince reminds her of her childhood which wasn't happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex View Post
    What recipes have you got planned for it, Cathi
    At present I do casserole type meals with a thick chicken fillet on the bottom, then chopped onions and lentils, and all veg piled on top
    For flavouring I mix herbs and spices in a jug of hot water and pour over.
    It makes 2 meals or more .I never reheat again next day in the pot. I scoop out into a dish and use the microwave next day.
    (Chicken or turkey because I don't eat 4 legged meat.)
    Potato wedges added instead of peeled spuds are excellent sometimes.
    I'M A LAZY COOK NOWADAYS, unless someone comes for a meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cathidaw View Post
    I never reheat again next day in the pot.
    I always find subsequent heats tastier. - Probably wrong from a food safety point of view, but I have a strong constitution.

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    A visit to the local chippy for me tonight - met a friend for a couple of pints, and couldn't be bothered cooking by the time I got home just before 8.00!

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