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

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Curried carrot soup followed by turkey steak, mushrooms and peppers in a cream sauce … with the ubiquitous rice …
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Are you on a diet?
Soup bowl half full and plate with acres of space on it.
Only for the photo Kirkz … I daren’t show you the plates filled … it’s the stuff of the ‘Sneering at Fat People’ thread ;)
 
Sunday lunch. Chicken breast filled with labneh and pesto, hasselback potato, carrot and swede mash, sautéed leeks with bacon, wilted spinach. Accompanied by a Lidl yorkshire pudding and chicken gravy.

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Kirkz

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Tonights efforts

Poule au pot*
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translated by the current mrs_mush: a bowl of delightful unctuousness
 

Kirkz

LE
Book Reviewer
Mother and child reunion, chicken things with egg and chips.

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We don't all breakfast at 'spoons ya know
( Blokes only response, ladies stroll on...)
Funny thing is though 'spoons breakfast apart from the latex eggs are spot on for that morning after snap, where else can you have a brekky and a pint at 9 oclock for five quid, no washing up, knack off home and dive back in your pit. Wake up feeling champion about 4ish, spray some pledge about to make it smell like you have been productive to swmbo. Job jobbed.
 

colinmc400

War Hero
( Blokes only response, ladies stroll on...)
Funny thing is though 'spoons breakfast apart from the latex eggs are spot on for that morning after snap, where else can you have a brekky and a pint at 9 oclock for five quid, no washing up, knack off home and dive back in your pit. Wake up feeling champion about 4ish, spray some pledge about to make it smell like you have been productive to swmbo. Job jobbed.
In fairness, i don't mind a Spoons brekkie in Scotland, adding the tatty scones and other North of Border delicacies. Of course there are better brekkies for sure, but pretty good value for money.
 

colinmc400

War Hero
So i had a bit of a "paddock to plate" effort at the weekend. Caught my own ingredients on a fishing charter a few weeks back and cooked some of it on Friday. The fact it looks just ok, belies the fact it was fantastic to eat. Crispy, light beer batter and the whitest fish, served with boiled tatters and tatata sauce, was tip top!! Thankfully there are still a couple of kg of fillets in the freezer for another day(or three).
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