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More BB & Carrots today.

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Two fried Eggs, dry cured lightly smoked bacon, garlic mushrooms and crispy bread yolk dippers

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Rump steak, onions, baby pearl spuds, carrots and cauliflower.

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Mushroom & bacon broth yesterday.

 

Today is mixed fish pie served in a baked potato shell - the cooked potato serves as the topping for the fish.

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Salmon fillets, cooked Campbell’s condensed cream of asparagus soup. With baby pearl spuds, carrots and cauliflower.

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Mussels in a tomato sauce with chilli & onion couscous.

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1 hour ago, -pops- said:

Mussels in a tomato sauce with chilli & onion couscous.

That would be a nightmare for me - I am allergic to mussels for some strange reason. Prawns, lobsters and crayfish are fine - it's just mussels. 

 

I am having 2 boiled eggs tonight with toast soldiers.  I don't feel like eating much today.

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I know someone allergic to mussels as well as cockles, oysters and razor shell fish but, like you, OK with prawns, lobsters, crayfish and winkles/whelks and such.

I am OK with all of them but I don't like winkles or whelks (too chewy).

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We had stir fried beef with hoisin and garlic stir fry sauce, and noodles.

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AKA Housing sauce because of its remarkable properties as a wood preservative, super for making cheap pine doors look like mahogany. Also turns them into a light snack if you get peckish as you can give them a lick.

 

PS please note don't confuse it with creosote as licking anything painted with creosote is more than a bit yucky. It also doesn't do anything for duck if poured on it.

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15 hours ago, AlanHo said:

What is housing sauce - is it made of bricks

It’s the spell checker on i pad. It did not recognise hoisin.

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Today it’s chicken and leek pie, cauliflower, broccoli, baby pearl spuds and carrots 

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Nice and simple today: Egg, bacon, chips & beans with bread & butter.

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Boiled gammon, stringless beans, leeks, parsley sauce and mashed potatoes.

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Some of yesterday's leftover gammon cut into cubes with a cheese & tomato sauce and pasta (type to be decided).

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I had a 2 whisked friend egg sandwich on toasted Waitrose oat bread. 

 

Take two eggs, break them into a glass Pyrex jug and whisk until almost frothy 

 

I had to cover the smoke alarm to cook it.  I fry it in a pan with sunflower oil. So hot it has started smoking. Pour in the egg, and cook both sides until crisp and deep golden brown.  It's like a well over-done plain omelette but charred on each side. Delicious with a sprinkle of salt.

 

The only downside is the house stinks of fried egg for a few days afterwards.

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Beef Madras with Naan bread and appropriate pickles.

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Three hour 75̊ C Slow roasted topside beef with yorkies, roast spuds and veg

 

My very very very favourite meal.

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