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

And in English?
For the hard of thinking
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Meals on wheels for our elderly neighbour.
Chicken Schnitzel and Bratkartoffeln.
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Kirkz

LE
Brunch today - eggy brioche, vanilla yoghurt and black cherry, adorned with roasted flaked almonds.
Brunch?
That's a pudding.
 
BarBCue, King prawns(reduced 25p 1/2 kilo) tuna, cod, peppers, onion. Marinade of chili, ketchup etc.
Boiled rice, cold beer.
Well worth the effort

.Edit, that's a soggy green pepper, not a slug.
 

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Kirkz

LE
You're obviously not married to my wife.
I'm happily not married to anyone, thank fcuk.
Is your wife a Septic?
Septics are the only people I know who think massive amounts of sugar is a meal.
 
I'm happily not married to anyone, thank fcuk.
Is your wife a Septic?
Septics are the only people I know who think massive amounts of sugar is a meal.

Well my wife is a “Septic” and does not conform to your stereotype.

As for @Tool’s brunch, almonds have very little sugar in them. Black cherries are somewhat tart, so little sugar. Yoghurt does have sugar in it, but it’s derived from the lactose in the milk, not added refined sugar. At least, not in the yoghurt base.

So that leaves the brioche. Which is French :D
 

Kirkz

LE
Well my wife is a “Septic” and does not conform to your stereotype.

As for @Tool’s brunch, almonds have very little sugar in them. Black cherries are somewhat tart, so little sugar. Yoghurt does have sugar in it, but it’s derived from the lactose in the milk, not added refined sugar. At least, not in the yoghurt base.

So that leaves the brioche. Which is French :D

Non of that stops it being a pudding.
Breakfast is egg and pig.
 

Kirkz

LE
Try the Dutch (and, in passing, the Afrikaaner deriviatives).
I think they are responsible for the Septics doing it.
 

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