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  • mrs_motivatedmrs_motivated Forumite
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    Hi All,

    Sunday Roast for us, pork, carrots, peas and broccoli, roast potatoes, yorky puds. Only 2 of us today so will dice the leftover pork to use in a biryani later in the week.

    Just made a crust less quiche which will do for lunches with some salad for the next day or so, so quite organised considering we are in the middle of decorating.
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    Home made meatloaf from the freezer for us tonight, with cauliflower, carrots and peas. I really want some mashed potatoes with it but it's a CARBS ARE THE DEVIL day, so no. :)

    I've also cooked ahead for tomorrow's meat free Monday supper - I've made a mushroom, cashew nut, and cream curry called Makhani Kumbe. It's lush.
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    joedenise wrote: »
    Meals changed round today so main meal at lunchtime. DH is cooking a leg of lamb on the BBQ - DH, partner & child coming. I will do potatoes & veg indoors.

    Tonight we'll have some cheese on toast with a bit of salad.

    Denise

    Lunch was so big don't think I'm going to be needing the cheese on toast tonight!

    Denise
  • kerri_gtkerri_gt Forumite
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    Another portion of sausage with honey and mustard sauce (remaining portion in the freezer), with mash n chives and some petit pois.

    Yesterday was two helpings at a big Buffett place by the stadium, plus choc fountain covered marshmallows and fruit for pud....was totally stuffed.
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    More soup for lunch today and cold gammon with new potatoes and salad for supper followed by rhubarb crumble and custard.
  • klew356klew356 Forumite
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    lunch is sweetcorn and chorizo chowder with some cold meat and supper will be a small roast gammon joint with pineapple, mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli and broad beans and the last of a blueberry and pear crumble i made a couple f days ago with some custard.
    sounds delish!:t
  • klew356klew356 Forumite
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    Yesterday was a late brunch of bacon rolls and a lot of running about here there and everywhere, had intended on having steak last night but when it came down it to I couldn’t be bothered to prepare and didn’t think it would be appreciate due to tiredness so had a lovely and very plain cheese omelette, immense, Gavin and Stacey style.
    Tonight is steak night and later in the week its mince based, maybe lasagne for a change. Lunches will be coronation chicken sandwiches then egg orientated. Hopefully getting keys to new house on Thursday so dinners need to be made and ready to ping!
  • IslandmaidIslandmaid Forumite
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    Fast day today

    Yoghurt and fruit for breakfast
    HM veg soup for lunch
    Cauliflower cheese for dinner

    Drinking enough water to make my eyeballs float ;)
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    Duck wraps here.
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    Still working my way through the Quorn stuff OH can't / won't eat now - so southern coated quorn burger for me tonight with Jersey Royals and petit pois.

    Did a bit of a top up shop in Lid! today and realised really how much cheaper it is than other stores - have been using Sainsbobs to stock OH up on GF stuff - £38 the other night for barely a basket worth of food :eek:
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