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What are you making for dinner?
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Lunch was wholemeal pasta with chesnut mushrooms and saffron milk caps from our garden.
I've also come to the conclusion that a big part of the reason the food tastes so good is because they start with really high quality ingredients especially wonderfully fresh fruits and vegetables. Co-incidentally W*rose have sent me some vouchers to use before 14th Nov. which give £5 off a £30 spend so I'm now wondering whether to try shopping there or to get a delivery from someone like A & C.
What would everyone else suggest?
Scallops. A host of legends surround this, one of the loveliest of seafoods, except when overcooked. My favourite true story concerns the young lady scallop preparation worker, interviewed by the 'New Yorker' Magazine. When asked for her honest opinion of the shellfish she said "They don't have much personality".
From Patrick Anthony's International MENU Dictionary.
tonight is pheasant, new potatoes and salad - Miller's had 2 romaine for 50p so it was hard to say no. They also had a lovely selection of squashes and pumpkins so we're sorted for a while.
2023 £1 a day £54.26/365
Have had a bit of a day today so not up to cooking anything that needed lots of prep or kitchen time.
Main dish: frozen vegetables mix, frozen fish cooked in fried onions and mushroom
Cheap, healthy and good!