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What are you making for dinner?

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  • maddiemaymaddiemay Forumite
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    It was still too hot to want to cook yesterday, especially after working in the garden, ended up with hard boiled egg, corned beef, beetroot, mixed salad and HM coleslaw, was rather irritated cos my mayonnaise split while I was trying to make it and the stick blender seemed to be getting a bit warm:eek:, ended up using 2 more egg yolks, but did get about half quantity, the other half of the split batch is in the fridge, need to decide whether to dispose of it and how? or to try and use it later:)
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    The last of the soup for lunch today and a cold ham salad for supper tonight. Berries and fat free yoghurt for pudding and the usual cup of black coffee.

    I'm so fed up with this heat, I like cooking and it's just too hot to either want hot meals or have the energy and stamina to cook in a broiling hot kitchen!
  • maisymoo5maisymoo5 Forumite
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    yesterday was turkey burgers cooked on the bbq and tonight's dinner is going to be flat iron steak, roasted new potatoes and salad
  • PollycatPollycat Forumite
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    Gammon, new potatoes and eggs for us tonight.
  • IslandmaidIslandmaid Forumite
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    A massive salad here, Gammon, hard boiled eggs, lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, cucumber, beetroot, spring onions, radish, celery, HM coleslaw - HM seeded bread rolls for the men and a few LO new potatoes

    I made a Low Carb cheesecake yesterday, Marscapone, double cream, cream cheese, sugar free jelly and fresh raspberries stirred through, it was really tasty, I haven't had anything sweet for ages :)
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  • OakdeneOakdene Forumite
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    Got a chicken breast in the fridge which I will have along with some chorizo & rice.
    Dwy galon, un dyhead,
    Dwy dafod ond un iaith,
    Dwy raff yn cydio’n ddolen,
    Dau enaid ond un taith.
  • Egon76Egon76 Forumite
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    Fish and potatoe wedges tonight.
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  • hatful-of-hollowhatful-of-hollow Forumite
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    Roast chicken, roast potatoes, home grown carrots, savoy cabbage, peas, stuffing and gravy for dinner tonight.
  • Piedmont peppers with courgette fritters, plenty leftovers for lunch tomorrow.
  • FrithFrith Forumite
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    Kitchen out of action today (ancient ceiling being replaced) so we!!!8217;re having Spanish chicken that I made yesterday plus one of those cheating Merchant Gourmet mixed grain things.
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    But baby you're a grand
    And I will learn to play the good notes
    And tune you up the best I can
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