Tonight I cooked..........

Lamb Tagine with Cous Cous.
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diverman

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Not a lot on the fridge so a quick chicken curry using Maysan paste, rice underneath, wasn’t too bad for a quick meal.
 

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Tonight's efforts

Pan fried duck, chorizo stuffed mushrooms
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ancienturion

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Book Reviewer
Something of a thread shift but a female by the name of Hilary Rose has written in the Times that only the Americans know how to produce the best breakfast because it has runny egg, crispy bacon and no mention of beans or black pudding.
Perhaps these peculiar writers pay to get the advantage of writing silly things in the Times newspaper.
 

diverman

LE
Book Reviewer
Something of a thread shift but a female by the name of Hilary Rose has written in the Times that only the Americans know how to produce the best breakfast because it has runny egg, crispy bacon and no mention of beans or black pudding.
Perhaps these peculiar writers pay to get the advantage of writing silly things in the Times newspaper.
Colonials, can;'t do anything with them, even after 200+ years.
 

Kirkz

LE
Something of a thread shift but a female by the name of Hilary Rose has written in the Times that only the Americans know how to produce the best breakfast because it has runny egg, crispy bacon and no mention of beans or black pudding.
Perhaps these peculiar writers pay to get the advantage of writing silly things in the Times newspaper.
Septic breakfasts are gopping.
 

Joker62

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Book Reviewer
Something of a thread shift but a female by the name of Hilary Rose has written in the Times that only the Americans know how to produce the best breakfast because it has runny egg, crispy bacon and no mention of beans or black pudding.
Perhaps these peculiar writers pay to get the advantage of writing silly things in the Times newspaper.
No beans? Every fry up I've ever had in the States has had beans, mnot necessarily on the plate, but there has been a ramekin of them on the side.
 
Though it is not full sun here today, still a bbq steak for dinner this evening and one or two chips.
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It was all good until I scrolled down and saw the ketchup..

Ketchup is for children..
Are you related to my ex wife, she called me a child all the time?

Got to have ketchup with french fry chips, it's the law and I am a lawyer these days so know these things! :D
 
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