WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

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Sausage and the last of the veggies for breakfast. I cooked veggies and had sausage and fresh veggies for tea.
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Straight veggies for breakfast and the same at tea time but with the added benefit of a deep fried fillet of cod. :biggrin2:
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Burger and eggs for breakfast and steak pudding and veggies for tea.
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Burger egg and beans for breakfast. Steak pudding and veggies for tea.
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Spicy Beef Noodles...
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Pork pie and veggies for breakfast. I cooked wings, tomatoes and onions and had wings and veggies for tea.
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Poached Chicken Breast and Salads...
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Wings and veggies for breakfast and tea.
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Wings and veggies for breakfast and tea. They get better as they age!
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Cabbage with dinner tonight. I have enjoyed both Cabbage and Brussel Sprouts since being a kid. Trouble is, moving slightly slower now due to Sciatica, I worry I may explode in the middle of the night before I get to the bathroom. Hasn’t happened yet :laugh5: but one does worry!
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Wild caught Red Alaskan Salmon tonight...
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I grilled sausages to augment the wings and veggies as they were running down. So wings, sausage and veggies X two for breakfast and tea. Butcher delivers tonight, I shall survive!
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I opened a can of Spam. Spam and eggs for breakfast and Spam with mushy peas and veggies for tea.
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Cheese Salad Rolls, with Beetroot, and Dave will have Branston with his...( it is still over 30C here, hence a cold meal)
With a glass of Shiraz, because it IS Saturday night!
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Done! Couldn’t eat it all...peeled the bread off and ate the filling. We are light weights with meals nowadays :biggrin2:
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Stanley wrote: 12 Dec 2020, 05:40 I opened a can of Spam. Spam and eggs for breakfast and Spam with mushy peas and veggies for tea.
I won a breakfast box, from Barlic Bites, a couple of weeks ago and that had spam with it. Before I migrated north our local chip shop did spam in batter, that was always tasty.
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I know how Spam is made and how terrible that is but every now and again I like to revisit the taste. There's something about that spice mix!
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I am sure we had Spam as kids. I have no desire to revisit the taste of Spam. Nor can I revisit a greasy frypan or a pan of fat. I don’t think my gut could handle it. Mind you, if we endured your cold winters, I can see a point where I would eat for warmth.
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Stanley wrote: 12 Dec 2020, 09:08 I know how Spam is made and how terrible that is but every now and again I like to revisit the taste. There's something about that spice mix!
It's usually 'hair, teeth and eyeballs' that taste so good. I couldn't eat it on a regular basis but it's a bit of nostalgia every now and then.
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Planning our Christmas dinner today. Off to the butchers to see if we can get some decent beef spare ribs, marinated plus other bits of dressing washed down with a good cup of tea. Life's a bowl of cherries.
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You've reminded me of hot salt beef sandwiches made in Jewish delicatessens in New York..... :biggrin2:
Yesterday I had burger, egg and beans for breakfast. I cooked veggies and had steak pudding and veggies for tea.
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Another warm day, but a BBQ Chicken Pizza, with a glass of Shiraz, as we welcome the evening sea breezes that flow through open doors. A balmy evening.
I managed two bits PLUS the Shiraz!
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Burger and an egg for breakfast. Steak pudding and veggies for tea.
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We have had a hot, humid day (steamy, unpleasantly so)
So just a toasted cheese and tomato sandwich tonight...no appetite further to that. Changed clothes at lunchtime because the weather was so sweaty, I couldn’t stand being stinky. A shower needed before bed I think.
No covers needed tonight.
I have sipped about 2 litres of water today....
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Pork pie and veggies for breakfast. I grilled sausage and had sausage and veggies for tea.
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