WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

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For Stanley, 08:00 - 14:00 tomorrow.
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Belly pork and fresh cooked veggies X two for breakfast and tea.
Thanks Kev, I'm eating my way through some of the meat in the freezer at the moment but would fancy a bit of fresh fish!
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BBQ Chicken, Bacon, Pineapple, Mushroom Pizza...homemade.
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That looks good. . . :smile:
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Roast Loin of Lamb and veggies X two for breakfast and tea.
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Last of the Lamb and veggies for breakfast and tea. I cooked sausages later in the day.
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Sausage and veggies extended with garden peas for breakfast and tea.
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Home made meat and potato pie with marrowfat peas. I have some pie left for today.
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Sausage and veggies X two for breakfast and tea.
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Red Salmon Lasagne and Salad.
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Won’t eat all of this, but the rule in our house is to push your plate away when you have had enough...
Red Salmon Lasagne.
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I made two individual little meatloafs for tonight, to have with Veg and Gravy.
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Sausage and veggies X two for breakfast and tea.
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Chicken Schnitzel with loads of Salads, Beetroot and Boiled Egg.
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The last of the veggies with sausage for breakfast. I did veggie shopping and cooking and tea was a steak pudding with veggies.
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The nicest tinned Beetroot...I only buy the small cans because there are only two of us...
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Quiche, Chips and Salads tonight.
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Sausage and veggies for breakfast, steak pudding and veggies for tea.
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Pork and caramelised onion sausages with veggies for breakfast and tea.
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Three eggs for breakfast and sausage and veggies for tea.
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Chicken, Salad and Potato Bake tonight...
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Dinner is served...I wish more people sent pics of their dinner efforts.
Nothing “dripping in grease” at our end...
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Stuck at home...people must be cooking/baking more...surely?
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How do you make a couple of sausage teacakes look appetising? but they smell delicious Ahhhhh........
Mrs P now beavering away making some blue cheese soup. Looks disgusting but taste marvelous, :biggrin2:
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We got a ham hock from the butcher and cooked it overnight on Thursday in the slow cooker. Pan of Pea & Ham soup created for tea with dumplings. Took two portions down for Jack and Jemma along with on of my Chia & Sunflower seed loaves. We have serving each left over for lunch. Rest of the ham has gone into a pan with leeks, potato, onion and tomato.
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