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    • caronc
    • By caronc 17th Jul 17, 6:31 PM
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    Cooking for one (Mark Two)
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    • 17th Jul 17, 6:31 PM
    Cooking for one (Mark Two) 17th Jul 17 at 6:31 PM
    In view of the issue of longer threads being auto-deleted I thought wise to start a shiny new thread as we had got to over 5.5K posts.
    The original "Cooking for one" thread can be found here http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5585796

    13th Jan 17 at 7:32 PM
    Hi, newbie poster though long time lurker trying to adjust to being an empty-nester and due to some substantial changes income-wise in the next couple of months trying to cut my costs and adjust my shopping to mainly solo dining. I abhor waste so good that way and do cook from scratch/batch cook the vast majority of the time. I do "sort of" meal plan but it can be a bit hit or miss depending on my health is on any given day. I'm reliant on on-line shopping so can't take advanage of aldi/Lidl etc. What (if any) changes did you make when changing to a single-person household?



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    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 3rd Dec 17, 12:29 PM
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    I had a fish finger butty for Sunday dinner. The kitchen's way too cold to spend more than 3-4 minutes in it! I'd need to "dress for outdoors" to be in there longer. There are about 4 months of the year when the kitchen's often too cold and/or dark to spend any time in it.

    Even on Xmas Day I had to get the dinner on early/soonest, so I was done and finished before it got dark. I do treat myself to having the heating on all day on Xmas Day though.
    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 3rd Dec 17, 12:50 PM
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    Shall be trying out another recipe of "Girlcalledjack" today - as in experimenting further with slowcooker mood - and got some feta cheese (from the "use it up cheese stash in freezer").

    So it's going to be a slowcooker risotto of barley/stock/lemon juice. She uses frozen spinach - I've got some fresh spinach in and so cant chuck in some cubes of frozen. So will be steaming some spinach to stir in. Then she crumbles a bit of feta on top.

    The recipe is a bit "basic" on its own. So will be having some additions - so I guess scattered with some tomatoes and nuts and/or seeds. Bit of sumac and nigella seeds scattered on top as well. Few extra flavourings thrown in (garlic salt/onion salt/pepper).

    Guess that means - I'm using her recipe as a base only then
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    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 3rd Dec 17, 12:54 PM
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    I don't eat/buy/use/like the ingredients "J" uses ... so I've never been vaguely interested in looking at her recipes.
    • Wednesday2000
    • By Wednesday2000 3rd Dec 17, 1:13 PM
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    I've had toast with marmalade, a soya yoghurt and lots of tea today.

    I feel tired as I woke up late as I took melatonin last night. I think I took it too late as I feel very sluggish. I'm not sure what to have today, I have some broc and carrots to use up. I might just throw a ready meal veggie lasagne in the oven and have it with the steamed veggies.
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    • Need2bthrifty
    • By Need2bthrifty 3rd Dec 17, 1:16 PM
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    So it's going to be a slowcooker risotto of barley/stock/lemon juice. She uses frozen spinach - I've got some fresh spinach in and so cant chuck in some cubes of frozen. So will be steaming some spinach to stir in. Then she crumbles a bit of feta on top.

    The recipe is a bit "basic" on its own. So will be having some additions - so I guess scattered with some tomatoes and nuts and/or seeds. Bit of sumac and nigella seeds scattered on top as well. Few extra flavourings thrown in (garlic salt/onion salt/pepper).

    Guess that means - I'm using her recipe as a base only then
    Originally posted by moneyistooshorttomention
    I'll be interested in how it turns out, I also find some of her recipes need a bit more oomph added.

    I like barley in soups and I tried using it in a salad instead of rice/bulgar/quinoa etc but found it a bit chewy.
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    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 3rd Dec 17, 3:39 PM
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    Well.... that didn't go to plan.

    For tea I'd decided I was going to have something specific from 4ldi - I went there and it was mental! I couldn't even park, drove round the whole car park and ended up having to park 2 roads away and walking back.

    The shelf was there, but it was empty

    So that was Plan A up the swanny.

    So, Plan B ..... go to L1dl, sausage rolls. Sorted.... except they had sold out of those too!

    So then I just shuffled round buying what I fancied/spotted - stocked up on frozen chips (2 bags), bought a whole big frozen cheesecake "New" it said, 79p ... and then grabbed a frozen curry/rice. I didn't have great expectations of the curry, but at this point I had to walk out of the shop with something to quickly get onto a plate for tea.

    I've now eaten the curry/rice and the cheesecake is defrosting in the fridge. I don't expect that to be great guns .... but it was large and cheap

    This is why I don't make a shopping list - too often the shops simply don't have what you went in for.... so it's easier just to make it up in the shop based on what you see/fancy right then.
    • Farway
    • By Farway 3rd Dec 17, 3:41 PM
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    Lunch as forecast was the baguette & bangers, added some of the cheapo piccalilli, nearly all gone now. I did buy some of the good stuff, on offer at £1 in Morries and elsewhere, except 4sda where it remains on the shelf at 1.58

    When I was mooching in the GC yesterday I came across DIY cheese making kits and was tempted. I have since looked them up, my they are expansive, like north of 20 quid
    Has anyone used them? Seems a very expensive way to buy cheese, but maybe it is worth it, like HM yoghurt

    The tea loaf was as nice as it looked, plenty left in case I get peckish during Blue Planet

    There are 4 sausages left from the pack, I'll cook them all later, use two for dinner with the mash /mushy peas, which will leave two cold ones for tomorrow, luckily I like cold sausage sarnies
    • AndyCF
    • By AndyCF 3rd Dec 17, 4:42 PM
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    Well.... that didn't go to plan.

    For tea I'd decided I was going to have something specific from 4ldi - I went there and it was mental! I couldn't even park, drove round the whole car park and ended up having to park 2 roads away and walking back.
    Originally posted by PasturesNew
    I usually try to avoid them on a weekend and Friday mornings (at least around here) tend to be very busy too. But if you need to go, you need to go.

    I take it other 'markets' are either too far / unpleasant / don't like (or otherwise)

    Its more the length of the queue's I don't like , if its really long and I've not got anything frozen (unlikely locally) then I'll simply have another slow wander around the whole shop looking at things again, figure that's slightly better than standing in the queue, its usually a bit smaller rather than larger by the time to return to that part anyway.

    This is why I don't make a shopping list - too often the shops simply don't have what you went in for.... so it's easier just to make it up in the shop based on what you see/fancy right then.
    Originally posted by PasturesNew
    I don't either, never have. You know (roughly) what you want in your head and I've always just worked from that, plus as you say you may see something else you want too that you'd of missed if you were doing the "work down a list" thing.

    Moreso now as the local shops are a bit variable in what they have in anyway so you can't really plan like that.

    Lunch as forecast was the baguette & bangers, added some of the cheapo piccalilli, nearly all gone now. I did buy some of the good stuff, on offer at £1 in Morries and elsewhere, except 4sda where it remains on the shelf at 1.58

    When I was mooching in the GC yesterday I came across DIY cheese making kits and was tempted. I have since looked them up, my they are expansive, like north of 20 quid
    Has anyone used them? Seems a very expensive way to buy cheese, but maybe it is worth it, like HM yoghurt

    The tea loaf was as nice as it looked, plenty left in case I get peckish during Blue Planet

    There are 4 sausages left from the pack, I'll cook them all later, use two for dinner with the mash /mushy peas, which will leave two cold ones for tomorrow, luckily I like cold sausage sarnies
    Originally posted by Farway
    I decided to add some of those 'ready baked' sausages to my Morr's online shop today actually, mainly out of plain curiosity as they appear to have decent reviews everywhere and I have had an eye on them for a few months.

    I plumped for the 'fresh' rather than 'frozen' ones as they seem to be rated a bit higher. Part of the reason for this was simply thinking a couple of those in the micro + a bit of home made mash = probably a lot better (cheaper too!) than some kind of "bangers & mash" ready meal.
    • caronc
    • By caronc 3rd Dec 17, 5:30 PM
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    I love faggots and have made them a couple of times, the recipe I used was a combination of one I found on t'internet and the one FrugalQueen had posted but her blog seems to have disappeared now. My first attempt I made in the food processor but I wasn't happy with the texture and found the pork belly didn't break down too well. I bought a cheap hand crank mincer and used pork shoulder instead of belly next time, I haven't made them for a while must have a look to see if I still have the recipe.
    Originally posted by Need2bthrifty
    Thanks, I have a mincer so can try both ways
    Oh Caronc, you are restrained ! Dd1 and her partner arrived with the Chinese and a bottle or 2 of asti, just to taste test as it's what we drink Xmas day , I'd already put a bottle of pink prosecco in, as dd prefers a dry wine. So we drunk the pink then almost a full bottle of asti. Her partner was on cola as he was driving.
    I hope you had a good night we did, just a little teary, when they left around 9 PM to get home. And I was looking at the flowers I'd done ready to take to the cemetery on Monday, I'd taken hubby's memorial up o Friday.
    Today I'm out with 2 friends I used to work with, we are having lunch in town . So I've only had 1 slice of toast for breakfast, and probably have a sandwich this evening ,depending what we have at lunch.
    At least it's a brighter day today, that rain was the horrible drizzly but wet stuff yesterday. And so dark all day.
    Hope you all have a nice Sunday.:
    Originally posted by wort
    We are too busy nattering to hit the booze , sounds as though you had a lovely evening. This time of year can be so hard when you've lost someone

    Apart from tidying up I've done very little today, I feel as though I had been out on the tiles instead of a fairly subdued night in with friends so was happy to read & listen to the radio.
    Lunch was toast with a little of the cheese LO from yesterday, I've taken a pork chop out for tonight which I think I'll have with mash from the freezers, sprout and a creamy mushroom/mustard sauce
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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 3rd Dec 17, 7:23 PM
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    I'll be interested in how it turns out, I also find some of her recipes need a bit more oomph added.

    I like barley in soups and I tried using it in a salad instead of rice/bulgar/quinoa etc but found it a bit chewy.
    Originally posted by Need2bthrifty
    Well - I added those various bits of "oomph" I had in mind to it - and have just had the first of the 2 portions it made.

    Verdict - one of those "Well I ate it...." scenarios. As in - it was edible - but not what I would call tasty.

    So I shall eat the second portion tomorrow - and then not make this particular recipe again. NB: The recipe was one from her meat-eating days - so I substituted vegetable stock powder for the chicken stock cube she used.

    In the event - I could have done with some nice hot soup - as the house is cold. Central heating isnt working at the moment.

    Score one AGAINST - the firm that pretty much re-did my central heating when I moved here. The reason it's not working is they put in:
    a. a wireless control thermostat up (rather than one running off electricity) - and so it uses batteries. - ie they will run out sometimes.
    b. the thermostat control is one where the householder cant change the batteries themselves it seems (as some re-setting is needed) - but a different brand would re-set itself after having a battery swop

    Score one FOR - the unrelated plumber ("little man that can" that I found here) that is going to come round tomorrow and sort this for me. Guess I'm going to have get him to swop the batteries anyway - say every couple of years (whilst doing my annual service) unless and until I ever need a new thermostat (at which point I will be having a wired-in thermostat/of different brand/fitted by different firm to the one that put that one there) - ie the one I would have chosen in the first place if I'd known their job as well as I thought they did.

    Luckily, my computer is in 2nd smallest room in the house - so easier to heat and I've got a fire blasting now to do so. Ditto - that I've got some preps. against problems-not-of-my-causing. In this case - a huge computer screen with techno summat-or-other in it that means I can comfortably watch tv programmes on it if need be. My choice also to have bathroom radiator that is dual-fuel. So a fire in every room and that bathroom radiator running off either gas or electric - and I'm so glad I plan.

    Has feeling I shall be spending the worst of the winter weather studying basic:
    - how to be an electrician
    - how to be a plumber
    - how to be a decorator

    followed by giving out an A4 sheet of "how to" specifications for future fair-size jobs, as well as saying what the householder (myself) wants...
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    • caronc
    • By caronc 3rd Dec 17, 7:44 PM
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    Well - I added those various bits of "oomph" I had in mind to it - and have just had the first of the 2 portions it made.

    Verdict - one of those "Well I ate it...." scenarios. As in - it was edible - but not what I would call tasty.

    So I shall eat the second portion tomorrow - and then not make this particular recipe again. NB: The recipe was one from her meat-eating days - so I substituted vegetable stock powder for the chicken stock cube she used.

    In the event - I could have done with some nice hot soup - as the house is cold. Central heating isnt working at the moment.

    Score one AGAINST - the firm that pretty much re-did my central heating when I moved here. The reason it's not working is they put in:
    a. a wireless control thermostat up (rather than one running off electricity) - and so it uses batteries. - ie they will run out sometimes.
    b. the thermostat control is one where the householder cant change the batteries themselves it seems (as some re-setting is needed) - but a different brand would re-set itself after having a battery swop

    Score one FOR - the unrelated plumber ("little man that can" that I found here) that is going to come round tomorrow and sort this for me. Guess I'm going to have get him to swop the batteries anyway - say every couple of years (whilst doing my annual service) unless and until I ever need a new thermostat (at which point I will be having a wired-in thermostat/of different brand/fitted by different firm to the one that put that one there) - ie the one I would have chosen in the first place if I'd known their job as well as I thought they did.

    Luckily, my computer is in 2nd smallest room in the house - so easier to heat and I've got a fire blasting now to do so. Ditto - that I've got some preps. against problems-not-of-my-causing. In this case - a huge computer screen with techno summat-or-other in it that means I can comfortably watch tv programmes on it if need be. My choice also to have bathroom radiator that is dual-fuel. So a fire in every room and that bathroom radiator running off either gas or electric - and I'm so glad I plan.

    Has feeling I shall be spending the worst of the winter weather studying basic:
    - how to be an electrician
    - how to be a plumber
    - how to be a decorator

    followed by giving out an A4 sheet of "how to" specifications for future fair-size jobs, as well as saying what the householder (myself) wants...
    Originally posted by moneyistooshorttomention
    Gee whizz money you're not having much luck, hope you have plenty of wine in to help keep out the chills. I think a lot of JM's early recipes are quite bland probably because they use so few ingredients and she was cooking for herself and a very young child. Would the LOs you have "jazz up" into a nice soup as it sounds as though they could be the basis of a decent broth-type soup ?
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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 3rd Dec 17, 8:52 PM
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    Hmmm....that could be a possibility caron - re the soup. I know there was some time where I never put very much of any "flavourings" into my food and that was basically as an economy measure (as I figured I was spending money for food that didnt have any calories in it). Since then - I've learnt what a difference some judicious flavouring can make and that various different "flavourings" have got nutritional benefits (eg tumeric, cinnamon, etc).

    I do have quite a few tomatoes in at the moment and some carrots - I'll think on re that. Maybe a bit of curry paste with it. It could be a plan. I have been thinking I need to experiment a bit with thicker/more stew-like soups. Maybe a dollop of hummus on top of it. That's got me thinking...

    Don't know whether I'll bother to buy barley again or no. I don't tend to find much use for it these days. There's just a couple of ounces worth left in the jar now - so I'd rather thought that might just get boiled-up and thrown in with a soup at some point anyway just to use it up.
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    • caronc
    • By caronc 3rd Dec 17, 8:58 PM
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    Hmmm....that could be a possibility caron - re the soup.

    I do have quite a few tomatoes in at the moment and some carrots - I'll think on re that. Maybe a bit of curry paste with it. It could be a plan. I have been thinking I need to experiment a bit with thicker/more stew-like soups. Maybe a dollop of hummus on top of it. That's got me thinking...

    Don't know whether I'll bother to buy barley again or no. I don't tend to find much use for it these days. There's just a couple of ounces worth left in the jar now - so I'd rather thought that might just get boiled-up and thrown in with a soup at some point anyway just to use it up.
    Originally posted by moneyistooshorttomention
    Barley is one of my staples to have in as I like to add random handfuls to various dishes. One of my veggie favourites is a barley & root veg stew with lots of celery and white pepper. A comfort dish neither spicy or bland lovely with soda to dip on a cold night - good old bowl & spoon dinner
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    • caronc
    • By caronc 3rd Dec 17, 9:29 PM
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    I hate that I can't try new things in case I don't like it - because that'd be a waste of what I've got on the plate AND would no doubt generate an opened bottle/packet in the cupboard that still needed eating.

    I like hot/spicy food, but I cook plain food. If that makes sense. I do make the occasional chilli or curry, but only about 2-3x a year; I'll have a spicy pizza topping 3-4x a year.

    I've never experimented. I'd rather spend time/money cooking something I KNOW will be eaten, than faff around and produce something nasty

    A lot of modern "staple ingredients" have never entered my vocabulary.

    I don't even dress up mashed potato with milk/cream/butter. It's a quick knob of marg and poke it about with a fork
    Originally posted by PasturesNew
    I wouldn't call barley a "modern" staple - it's been a feature of traditional Scots cooking for centuries , it's not expensive either 80p for 500g in Tesco and I'm sure you could get cheaper.
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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 4th Dec 17, 8:13 AM
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    This was part of why I used to have barley noticeably often - as it's a cheap grain (cheaper than rice). But, personally, I find it a bit chewy for my taste really and hence the recipe I did was a use-up and I doubt I'll get it again.

    Admits that I find couscous and quinoa by far the most useful of the grains and I still use rice a lot.

    Am inclined to think the "newer" ones on the market are rather expensive and have their uses (eg gluten-free if required) - eg farro, emmet, the like - if one can get them that is. But I tend to buy them as one-offs (just so I know what they're like). So I wouldnt be looking to buy them regularly - unless/until they are easy to get and more reasonable price.
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    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 4th Dec 17, 10:46 AM
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    Breakfast today was egg and soldiers
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    • wort
    • By wort 4th Dec 17, 12:53 PM
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    I enjoyed yesterday's lunch with friends, I had prawn cocktail for starter, as I couldn't have the soup. Followed by salmon and prawns In a dill sauce. The even had a glutenfree mango cheesecake, with cream. Yum!!
    When I got home I wasn't hungry till around 8 when I went for the black pepper crisp !!! Whoops , not many left!! Then about 10 I thought it best to have a plain ham sandwich as the tum was gurgling! And I thought I wouldn't sleep if hungry.

    Toast this morning and I've just had piri piri chicken salad on a warmed crusty roll, with the last crisps still left from yesterday.
    Tea will be a jacket potato, as I've not had one in ages! Beans and cheese I'm thinking with salad on the side.
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    • caronc
    • By caronc 4th Dec 17, 1:20 PM
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    Good afternoon everyone,
    I've had a bit of a "non-morning", I was up and showered as usual and then my dad popped round and then I went back to bed for a bit as my balance was iffy. Breakfast was toast & banana and I'm currently scoffing lentil soup for lunch. I'm not sure about tonight possibly curry from the freezer
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    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 4th Dec 17, 1:39 PM
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    I'd had about 8 brussels sprouts sitting in the kitchen looking mankier every time I saw them .... they've sat there, last of the pack, for at least a week, possibly two. There were also some carrots that'd gone manky about 5-6 days ago, so I'd peeled them (get rid of the black bits) and popped them in a takeaway box in the fridge .... and I suspected they were getting mankier too.

    I just checked, I bought the bag on or before 14 November, last cooked some of them on about 20 November.

    So I bit the bullet. Lunch was brussels and carrots. To go with that I pulled a portion of beef brisket from the freezer and knocked up a quick portion of stuffing and instant mash and some instant gravy.

    First time I've used that stuffing, it's L1dl's I think (34p/170g)... it wasn't as tasty as my usual budget boxes.... so I might have to rethink that for Xmas Day; might invest in a tastier/seasonal box.

    So, on the plus side, those brussels and carrots have finally been used up and a tiny corner of the freezer has been relieved of something (although that was tiny).

    I'll have the final bit of the cheesecake later. Bought yesterday and 3/4 scoffed yesterday, I looked up the calories of that today and it's 1400 for the whole thing.... probably won't be buying one again in a hurry!
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    • Farway
    • By Farway 4th Dec 17, 2:53 PM
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    Dull day, but had to go into town, needed milk and a mooch

    Nothing at all took my fancy mooching, mooching for YS or other meal ideas, although I make a list before I go, more as memory jogger, no idea how many times I have arrived home without something I needed. Probably because I hate shopping and my prime aim is to get out of the shop

    If there are long queues, even for car parking, I will not even bother to go in, this may well kick in over the next few weeks. I noticed local 4sda, and probably the rest of them, are open 24 hours on Friday & Saturday before Christmas

    Lunch was the last of the sausages, in last of the PB baguettes, with some of my HM chutney horde

    Dinner will be one of a 2 pack of gammon slices, grilled, with some of the Lild on offer mushrooms, eggs, probably some frozen chips and a grilled tomato as nod towards at least 1 of the 5 a day veg count

    Some tea cake has been also consumed, do the currants count? That's 2/5 then

    Tea will be a jacket potato, as I've not had one in ages! Beans and cheese I'm thinking with salad on the side.
    Originally posted by wort
    Can't beat easy and tasty. I've still got one huge spud left so may join you in similar sometime this week

    PS, also scrumped the last of next door's apples, they just let them drop unused, may as well have a poor old pensioner eat them as it seems from a report today we are all on our uppers
    Last edited by Farway; 04-12-2017 at 2:56 PM.
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