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  • suki1964suki1964 Forumite
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    Whatever takeaway we fancy

    We are just heading out to an auction, unplanned so haven't had time to cook

    Seen a few items I shall bid on, fingers crossed
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  • Enjoy date night IslandMaid

    Chilli - recipe was in hairy dieters book by the hairy bikers although I use only half the mince and one onion as it is too much otherwise - and rice here. Fruit for pudding and or yogurt.

    Breakfast was porridge.
    Lunch was bread and cheese for me, the last of the chicken curry with bread and salad for husband and school dinners for the boys - usually fish on a Friday.
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  • PasturesNewPasturesNew Forumite
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    I made a beef stew, with a dumpling - and boiled spuds.
    Liked it so much ....I had a second lot (except the dumpling as I'd only made one and felt piggy enough already so it wasn't worth making a 2nd dumpling).

    It'll be for tomorrow too as the final portion's in the fridge :) I'll make another dumpling to go with that tomorrow.
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    Tuna, tomato sauce and pasta
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  • PollycatPollycat Forumite
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    Been out of the house since 7:30 this morning on a day out shopping with a good friend.
    Started with breakfast in our local 'spoons and had a lovely moussaka & salad for lunch, also in a 'spoons.
    This is not on the menu in our local or any of the others we've been in - it was really nice.
  • dingdongsavingdingdongsaving Forumite
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    Best be getting back in our routines after the break! Can't believe it's already the 12th!

    Chicken, hm oven chips and beans for an easy end of week tea.
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    just back from yoga so grilled the wild boar and apple sausages which are now warming with one of the jars of honey and mustard sauce. i'll have that with LO carrot and swede mash and there'll be two portions of sausages LO too.
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  • Viking_mfwViking_mfw Forumite
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    We got our tea free as we were at a friend's leaving do with buffet, although we topped up with chips on our way home. Nipped in to Aldi just before closing to pick up eggs and rocket for tomorrow night's brie and caramelized onion quiche, to use up a chunk of leftover Christmas cheese.
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    Seabass and actifry baby potatoes and garden peas.

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    I shall be making broccoli cheese soup for our lunches for the next couple of days, I'll have mine with a piece of chicken and He Who Knows will have a sandwich with his. Supper this evening will be a repeat of last night as I cooked 2 x extra jacket potatoes and a nice chilli con carne and made a winter salad and have two more portions of everything ready to re-heat today. 99 calorie yoghurt for pudding for He Who Knows and a cup of black coffee to end with for us both.
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