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    Some days I think a plate of mashed potatoes with gravy would do me. Tesco do bubble & squeak , which really is nice with onions and cabbage, that served with gravy would do me fine. though I do like a bit of Mackerel or Haddock once a week.
    You probably have noticed I haven't had lamb or pork or beef, for many years. I've never really liked lamb. I used to cook a nice beef stew when my son was living with us , as he is a working lad, but for me, I didn't have any, or very little. Don't miss it.
    When I do have meat its either chicken or turkey. You won't get fat in my house!
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    I love stews/casseroles. My dad used to make a super lamb stew with neck of lamb, I've never been able to make one as good.
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    Am going to be unadventurous.. Salmon fillet with Hollandaise sauce, mashed potato, peas and carrots
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    Not as unadventurous as me for tonight. Hot dogs after walking the dog and a few pints in the local. I'll make up and cook my kebab meat overnight for tomorrow.
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    Psudeo kedgeree for me tonight. Rice, mackerel & boiled eggs mixed up with curry powder. Got some for tomorrow too.

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    eggs... curry powder... Made me think of savoury eggs. Basically hardboiled eggs with the yolks removed and mashed with some curry powder, mayonnaise, salt/pepper, mashed together, stuff the mix back into the eggs with a piping bag or spoon, sprinkle with a bit of paprika and parsley to garnish as well. - Nice memories.
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    Sounds great, Shizara.

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    The Usual Sunday Chicken roast, with all the side veggies.
    Strawberries and blueberries with ice-cream 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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    Caribbean beef and rice for tonight. Possibly followed by a rhubarb crumble if I can be bothered to make it.
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    Not thought that far ahead but it will probably be a simple affair that doesn't require heating the flat up by long cooking processes :-P
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    Bacon, broad beans and bacon for tonight. - Looking forward to it.

    Instead of rhubarb crumble last night, I made some water biscuits and had them with a few pieces of cheese. Rounded off the Caribbean beef very nicely.
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    Lite bite today. Salmon sandwiches and spicy lentil soup.

    Melon, plums and yogurt.
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    Hot dogs followed with an apple crumble. Not bad at all.
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