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    You can have my daughter's share, Mrs LW, the ungrateful wretch doesn't seem to like anything I cook these days!
  • Mr_SingletonMr_Singleton Forumite
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    Have friends for supper so doing something a little bit different.

    Pan-fried Dover Sole with Ceps from Classic Koffmann 50 years a chef (pg 184 if anyone is interested) with a lemon sorbet for desert. Will be eating outside!
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    Have friends for supper so doing something a little bit different.

    Pan-fried Dover Sole with Ceps from Classic Koffmann 50 years a chef (pg 184 if anyone is interested) with a lemon sorbet for desert. Will be eating outside!

    I had to look it up, Dover Sole is such a delicate fish, I thought Cep would overwhelm it - interesting ...
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    edited 8 August 2018 at 11:46AM
    Soup for lunch and freezer emptying goes on so some fish of some kind with sweet potato chips, peas and sweetcorn for supper and then for a treat NO blackberries, just a cup of coffee!

    Not soup for lunch I've unearthed a couple of tine one of lentil dahl and one of vegetable Balti that need using so we'll have them and a tin of peaches in juice to follow, all just slightly out of date but still good!
  • There was loads more meat than I expected on the lamb steaks that I braised a couple of days ago, so thought I would shred some of it, mush-up the veg, mix them together for a sort of moussaka type mix. I’ll just pop to the s/m for an aubergine and I’m set to go.
  • Mr_SingletonMr_Singleton Forumite
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    Islandmaid wrote: »
    I had to look it up, Dover Sole is such a delicate fish, I thought Cep would overwhelm it - interesting ...

    It was delicious and all the plates came back empty. A great evening all round.

    Was going to do a fish pie tonight with extra for the freezer. Truth be told didn’t fancy it. Will be dicing the cod into chunks and deep frying in batter with maybe a few chips if I can be bothered.

    Will use the other bits of seafood tomorrow for a seafood linguine as I’m working late(ish)
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    I absolutely CBA tonight - Dukka coated Halloumi fries with HM burger and salad, in a bun for DH
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    Teriyaki and ginger stir fry here - noodles from the freezer, sauce in the fridge and stir fry veg bought at the weekend. Quick and easy.
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  • dangerbadgerdangerbadger Forumite
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    Griddled tofu steaks (marinated in tamari, garlic and chilli flakes), bombay potatoes and spinach.
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