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Sausage with peas, mashed carrots and parsnips X two for breakfast and tea.
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Small helping of straight veggies for breakfast. Sausage peas and veggies for tea, another small helping!
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Sausage, peas and veggies X two for dinner and tea. Both in the small Systema containers. They are helping me control my greed!
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Last of the sausage, peas and veggies X two for breakfast and tea. Kathy delivered the meat last night, watch out for my favourite fruit, steak puddings!
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Two eggs for breakfast. Pork pie, cauliflower and peas for tea.
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Spicy pseudo oriental stir fry up. .
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I've done it with sliced steak, but this was with sliced frozen white fish. Very kuripot. Spaghetti instead of Chinese noodles, and loads of veg - onion, red pepper, cabbage, sliced carrot. Add a shake of every spice in the cuopboard then a glug of Linghams chilli and some soya sauce. Surprisingly good.

The wok is your friend. :smile:
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Looks good.
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Far too adventurous for me David, it would restrict shed time! Looks good though.
I had my two egg breakfast and steak pudding and veggies for tea....
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Steak pudding, cauliflower and peas for breakfast.
I cooked spicy chicken wings, onions and a small tin of Pilchards in tomato sauce and had that plus one sliced sausage with Cauli and peas for tea. I used one of the normal sized Systema bowls and it looked enormous! The small ones are working well.
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Two eggs for breakfast and chicken wings, sausage, cauliflower and peas for tea. Lovely!
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Sausage and baked beans for breakfast and the last of the chicken wings and veggies for tea.
(I'm into wings again, I ordered them off Kath yesterday....)
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Had a quick and easy (and cheap) tortilla pizza - with a side salad. Looked at the label on the iceberg lettuce and was surprised to see that it said - "Display until 25 July" which is nearly two weeks ago. It was in perfect condition. Icebergs get a bad press, but if you 'peel' them rather than cut into them, they keep for ages in the fridge.

Home grown Victoria plums with single cream for afters. I've been waiting about five years to be able to write that. :smile:
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Plums and cream.... Lovely David!
I had sausage and baked beans for breakfast and a pork pie and peas for tea.
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Last portion of previously batch cooked lamb, turned into my favourite Greek peasant stew. a bit of Focaccia for mopping up, heaven!
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Lamb and mutton has so much going for it Ian!
I had three eggs for breakfast (I find I have a surfeit!). Battered cod fillet and peas for tea followed by (shock horror), a small apple pie and cream.
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Three eggs for brekkers again. I cooked veggies and had steak pudding and veggies for tea.
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Three eggs yet again (I can cut back on them now I have got the eggs in a corner!). Steak pudding and veggies for tea.
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Straight veggies for breakfast, a very small helping. I cooked sausages and chicken wings in a tomato sauce in a casserole. I chucked in a small tin of Pilchards as reinforcement. For tea I had some of this plus veggies, again only a small helping. The Systema soup mugs are working well, the waist band of my trousers is slack.
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the waist band of my trousers is slack.
Stanley you are beginning to sound like women that measure their weight loss in dress sizes. I've never seen weight compared to the elasticity of a waist band. What's wrong with the good old fashion lbs (pounds).
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I absolutely LOVE Cabbage and Carrots, cooked over a low heat in minimal water with a knob of (real) butter and a dash of salt and pepper. Had it tonight, with homemade Beef Meatballs and homemade Tomato Sauce...corrrr...just lovely.
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Ken, how dare you suggest that the waistband of my trousers is elastic! Shame on you. The slackness of the waistband (remember I always wear braces), is an instant give away if I am eating too much.
Two eggs for breakfast. Chicken wings, sausage and veggies for tea. Not heavy eating weather!
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Eggs for breakfast and a small helping of chicken wings, sausage and veggies for tea. Not a day that encouraged heavy eating.
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Two eggs for breakfast and the last of the wings and veggies for tea.
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Eggs for breakfast and just nibbles like tomatoes, cheese and dates for tea, of and the last little bit of veggies.
Not a day for a hot tea! Like Peter I am getting weary of close muggy conditions.
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Pork pie and veggies for breakfast, steak pudding and veggies for tea. Both in the small Systema soup mugs.
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