dinner tonight - suggestions?

#1
I have one leek, one red, one yellow and one green pepper, cream, onion and pasta (and of course the usual ie olive oil and garlic)
any suggestions?
 

Mr_Fingerz

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#2
A takeaway?
 
#4
Roast the red and green peppers (split in half) with some garlic and olive oil in the oven.

Finely slice the leeks and onion (no mushrooms?) and lightly fry them off.
Make a sauce with this, the cream, and, if you have it, some fresh herbs.

Cook your pasta with a couple of chicken stockcubes or something -much tastier

Throw it all together? 8O
 
#5
I'd suggest you kill something so that you can add its flesh to your ingredients list. Wood pigeon would work well. No need to hang it either.
 
#6
CocoaKid said:
Roast the red and green peppers (split in half) with some garlic and olive oil in the oven.

Finely slice the leeks and onion (no mushrooms?) and lightly fry them off.
Make a sauce with this, the cream, and, if you have it, some fresh herbs.

Cook your pasta with a couple of chicken stockcubes or something -much tastier

Throw it all together? 8O
oh yes - I forgot I have two punnets of mushrooms. thanks CK :)

and I have spinach.... :)

Ex-Stab - not too many wood pigeon around city of London 8) supose I could pop up to Smithfield
 
#8
Mr_Deputy said:
pasta bake. round my gaff.
part-cook the veg and part boil the pasta add the cream and garlic finish off in the oven. bring it over, I'll provide the wine. Bring an over-night bag.
if you offered a case of montepulciano I may be tempted
 

Alsacien

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#9
Poppy said:
I have one leek, one red, one yellow and one green pepper, cream, onion and pasta (and of course the usual ie olive oil and garlic)
any suggestions?
How accessible are the neighbours pets?
 
#10
Tonight as it's Lizzies Birthday do what I am going to do - go to the gym, go straight to the Pub when finished at said Gym, each Cevappi (or any other stodgy unhealthy food), drink beer and slivo.

The veggies will still be there tomorrow when you can make a nice vegetable soup with them!

God Save the Queen!
 
#11
Alsacien said:
Poppy said:
I have one leek, one red, one yellow and one green pepper, cream, onion and pasta (and of course the usual ie olive oil and garlic)
any suggestions?
How accessible are the neighbours pets?
One of my neighbours has a pet rabbit...

Hmm, the juices are flowing already...

But damn these light evenings... :twisted:

Litotes
 
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