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fallen_angel_shelley wrote: »
I fancy making a quiche, the recipe I have seen says it needs cream, can it be done with out the cream? sorry for such a short post :beer:
mouseymousey99 wrote: »
Must admit I felt a bit 'uncomfortable' about something on another thread somewhere. It was about people buying things when they are BOGOF etc etc - one person was saying how they bought (what seemed to me) to be huge amounts of stuff. I can't help thinking oh god that's so greedy. Talked to OH & he says I have unclear vision of modern life! I agree wholeheartedly re keeping a 'larder' of things, but just seems to me that some people are so greedy?? (Please don't shoot me down - I'm not talking about anyone on here - it was an observation).
steel wrote: »
Local mobile butcher just rolled up and I spent £8.98.
Three big chicken breasts (2.99)
Three thick pork steaks in maple syrup marinade (2.99)
1lb pork and leek sausages (8) (2.99)
There's enough there for 7 meals (possibly 8 at a squeak) and I still have meat in the freezer. Think I paid too much for the sausages though - impulse buy goes wrong as usual.
Total for the month so far is £75.09. £24.91 left.
MrsSnowy wrote: »
Re the sausages,if there were 8 in 1lb then they must be heftyish ones therefore if you have 2 for a meal then not bad unit price IYSWIM :rotfl:
How to justify the cost etc!
MRSMCAWBER wrote: »
Kiwisaver.... was it you doing the Greek evening?
If so -let me know if you get stuck for recipes -I got a lovely book when I went to Kefalonia -so I might be able to help
all I can say is "stiffado" or "kleftico" (sp?) droolllllll
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