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greent wrote: »
Chop and fry appropriate amount of chicken - I now use one large breast - we used to use two (I've tried making it with leftover roast chicken and neither of us liked it) in olive oil. Add crushed garlic cloves (we use about 3) or a good squeeze of garlic puree.
Add chopped peppers and onions (quite a lot!) and a finely chopped fresh chilli (or two - depending on required heat) (Or you could use dried chilli flakes)Important bit - add a good splosh of cheap white wine (we buy Sains basics at £2.25ish a bottle just for fajitas, as neither of us drink white wine) It's in a screw top bottle and lasts us weeks!
Stir fry until mixture is slightly blackened - wine will help with this
freakyogre wrote: »
I don't think there's any chance of me doing this this month as have very little left! Bit silly really as I have stocked up on more stuff, but left my total the same. Oh well, i'll try harder next month.
I got some toothpaste yesterday - £1.00
Today I spent £3.24 - milk, crisps (grr!) and some reduced strawberries
I'm hoping I have everything I need for when i'm off work. I got some 'emergency' UHT milk the other day (yuck, but better than nothing!) I'd prefer not to pester people for things, but will if I need to. Operation is on Monday and i'm getting a bit nervous now :eek:
Highland_Fling wrote: »
Good afternoon everyone,
just back from a visit to town and I am delighted. Went into M&S and snapped up lots of bargains.:j
Original Price I paid
White vest top £8 £1
Silk pants £8 £1
Cotton pants £4 £1
2pk bras £15 £3
nightshirt £12 £1
pyjamas £14 £3
Know it is not really GC but just wanted to share my good fortune.
Might be worth some of you popping in down your neck of the woods.
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