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    Had a potato topped chilli tonight. - It was very nice.
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    Lasagna, with various veg.

    Dark chocolate coated ice-cream. Just for a change.

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    I know a good recipe for (warm) chocolate sauce (per person) that goes well with ice cream:

    Knob of butter
    Couple of drops of water
    2-3 desert spoons of golden syrup
    3-4 desert spoons of cocoa powder

    Melt the butter & syrup together with the drops of water until they've combined
    Add the cocoa powder a spoon at a time, making sure the powder is mixed in thoroughly before adding the next
    Pour over ice cream!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex View Post
    I know a good recipe for (warm) chocolate sauce (per person) that goes well with ice cream:

    Knob of butter
    Couple of drops of water
    2-3 desert spoons of golden syrup
    3-4 desert spoons of cocoa powder

    Melt the butter & syrup together with the drops of water until they've combined
    Add the cocoa powder a spoon at a time, making sure the powder is mixed in thoroughly before adding the next
    Pour over ice cream!


    Yum, That sounds delicious, I shall give it a try.

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    It's quite rich, so be warned!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex View Post
    It's quite rich, so be warned!
    No worries, I like double chocolate cake as a treat, when I'm out for a coffee often get it in Marks .

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    Traditional kind of meal today. with a bottle of wine to celebrate Brexit victory.

    Haddock and chips , and Apple crumble with custard.


    ps. I love Big Ben's bongs, it is so wonderfully British!
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    Beef shin casserole for me this weekend.

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    Daughter left late last night, so I just microwaved a couple of frozen omelettes.

    I've done a potato and onion pie for the next couple of days.
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    I made some hearty chicken stew. It was tasty.

    Choc ices for afters.

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    Chinese chicken tonight, jelly and fruit for afters
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    Curry and chip, makes a lovely change, yum!
    Pineapple , and yogurt after.
    I doubt sometimes whether a quiet and unagitated life would have suited me - yet I sometimes long for it.

    - Lord Byron.

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    I'm finding things a little difficult at the moment. Cooking for two was often difficult but cooking for one, if you don't want the same meal all week, is even more difficult.

    So tonight (and tomorrow) it's going to be sausage sandwiches, followed by jelly and fruit. And yes, I'm well aware of the irony that I'll be eating whilst watching Rick Stein.
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    Changed my mind and had jam sponge and custard LOL

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    Bubble & Squeak with Bangers.

    I doubt sometimes whether a quiet and unagitated life would have suited me - yet I sometimes long for it.

    - Lord Byron.

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    I intended doing hot dog sausages and cheese, wrapped in a self baked croissant. I forgot the dough when shopping so just had hot dogs in normal rolls.

    Salad for the rest of the week. I'm cooking ham in coke to go with it.
    Of course it'll fit, you just need a bigger hammer.

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