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  • mrs_motivatedmrs_motivated Forumite
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    Got a chicken in the slow cooker and are having it with veg from the garden, new potatoes and stuffing.  Leftover chicken and stuffing sandwiches for tomorrow’s packed lunch and any further leftover chicken will be used for tomorrow’s dinner, probably quesadillas.
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    Had a rather busy day with DIY,  getting a room I've spent a week decorating nearly back together.  So a very late dinner just now of chicken super noodles.
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  • IslandmaidIslandmaid Forumite
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    Roasted chicken thighs, salad and jacket potatoes for DH.
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    I’m making cod fillets poached in a Thai red curry and coconut broth, and served with stir fried veg from the garden - there’s plenty of rainbow chard, pak choi, choy sum, sugar snap peas and baby courgettes to use up.

    I have several bananas which had become too ripe (neither of us like them when the skins start to darken) and which I had chucked in the freezer, so I’m going to turn those into some banana ice cream for pud.
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    Chicken stir fry and noodles tonight - nothing too fancy but will be filling and nutritious 
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    Tonight the menfolk are having steak, chips, onion rings and salad. I will have lasagne left over from yesterday.
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  • arielgirlarielgirl Forumite
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    soup again for lunch and there was some left for a starter at dinner time. Dinner was microwave rice, avocado and I flavored some chicken fillet with nando's lemon and herb sauce.
  • maisie_catmaisie_cat Forumite
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    I've hurt my back so lazy dinner, pizza dough I made & froze a month ago, pasta sauce as pizza sauce, again frozen weeks ago, add peppers onion tomato & goats cheese from fridge. one pizza for 2 cost £2.30.
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    Hope your back feels better soon Maisie
    Met a friend for lunch and had a full English courtesy of Eat Out to Help Out and totally full from that so two crumpets with marmite for dinner. Kinda breakfast themed day.
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    IslandmaidIslandmaid Forumite
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    edited 4 August at 6:45AM
    Pork loin with mushroom sauce and garlic and almond fried french beans
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