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    Roast Chicken , mixed veg. and bread on make today.

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    Mrs R bought a giant pizza for tonight, and I've roasted a piece of lamb for tomorrow and Tuesday.
    Last edited by rebbonk; 10-10-2018 at 11:25 AM. Reason: it was lamb, not beef! - Doh!

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    Haddock & Chips , with peas.

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    Well, it was such a nice day, the pub beckoned. So I rescheduled the Lamb for tomorrow and made a savoury mice and onion pie before I went out. Served up with mash and peas, that'll hit the spot.

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    Yes, the weather is exceptional today, beautiful sunny and warm. I'm having turkey and salad. Then strawberry yogurt , Just feels like summer!

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    I had some pastry left over from the pie, so made a few jam tarts. Mrs R doesn't like jam tarts (snicker!) Very nice they were too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbonk View Post
    I had some pastry left over from the pie, so made a few jam tarts. Mrs R doesn't like jam tarts (snicker!) Very nice they were too.
    Mmmmm, I used to love when we had jam tart and custard for school dinner.

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    Second Lamb dinner tonight, sausage casserole tomorrow. Mrs R is doing tonight's meal, I'll do tomorrow it's easy and I'll likely be visiting the local hostelry during the afternoon.

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    Salmon , mixed veg, and apple and blackberry pudding.

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    Oops! The sausage casserole was not well received and it wasn't my fault! Mrs R, in her wisdom, had bought a casserole mix and insisted I use it. I did protest, telling her she wouldn't like it, but my words fell on deaf ears.

    After an afternoon on the beer, I happily warmed the pre-cooked casserole through, whilst making mashed potatoes. I served it up and sat down to enjoy things. Before I had taken my first fork-full she demanded, "What have you put in this?" "Nothing my little piranha fish," I replied. "If you remember, you supplied the mix." The room went eerily quiet!

    A few minutes later, "Freya (the dog) would you like this darling? Mummy isn't feeling hungry!" Dog had no qualms and wolfed the lot down.

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    On Monday I was fed up with cooking, so had a day off. I ate half a family strawberry trifle to cheer me up. And the rest for tea.
    It worked.
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    GOOD JOB YOUR DOG IS NOT THE TINIEST BIT SPOILED!

    mY SISTER'S DOG HEAVES AT THE SMELL OF DOG FOOD.

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    Both dog and cat are spoiled rotten. I swear they lead better lives than I do. Dog is currently leaning up against me on a settee as I type this, whilst cat is fast asleep on the bed. And since Mrs R has gone shopping all is peaceful in the house.

    I'm knocking up a potato and onion pie for me tonight, Mrs R said she'd pick something up for herself whilst out.

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    Mrs R has just returned home. As I was unpacking for her I came across a bottle of whisky. Just as I was about to thank her she says, "Hands off that whisky, it's going upstairs for Christmas!" - What a let down.

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    Just enough time now before Christmas to make my fruit gin.Not sure what flavour yet.
    Last year it was pineapple and lemon.
    I may use frozen mixed berry fruits this year.Making it up a bit.

    Also my vegetarian mincemeat.I use blocks of coconut cream instead of suet.I find vegetarian suet too greasy.
    I shall separate some of the mix and add a small pinch of chilli powder.
    I sometimes use it in fruit scones, the tiniest pinch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbonk View Post
    Mrs R has just returned home. As I was unpacking for her I came across a bottle of whisky. Just as I was about to thank her she says, "Hands off that whisky, it's going upstairs for Christmas!" - What a let down.
    You have just reminded me..thank you.
    Just enough time now before Christmas to make my fruit gin.Not sure what flavour yet.
    Last year it was pineapple and lemon.
    I may use frozen mixed berry fruits this year.Making it up a bit.

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