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What's everyone having for tea tonight?

cjcpcjcp Posts: 13,345
edited November 2008 in Commuting chat
The good lady is cooking me a lamb curry.

What's everyone else having?
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"What happens when the hammer goes down, kids?"
"It stays down, Daddy."
"Exactly."
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  • Calves liver, bacon and onions, sauteed kale with garlic, and some mash...

    :D
  • symosymo Posts: 1,743
    Fish, Chips and Mushy peas from the Blue place over Kingston bridge on the way to Teddington.
    +++++++++++++++++++++
    we are the proud, the few, Descendents.

    Panama - finally putting a nail in the economic theory of the trickle down effect.
  • Jen JJen J Posts: 1,054
    I've been stood up for tonight, so probably a nice M&S meal for one :(;)
    Commuting: Giant Bowery 08
    Winter Hack: Triandrun Vento 3
    Madone

    It's all about me...
  • cjcpcjcp Posts: 13,345
    symo wrote:
    Fish, Chips and Mushy peas from the Blue place over Kingston bridge on the way to Teddington.

    Deep Blue? What's that place like? Always wondered.
    FCN 2-4.

    "What happens when the hammer goes down, kids?"
    "It stays down, Daddy."
    "Exactly."
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 81,520 Lives Here
    Sausages and mash.

    followed by Ale.
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
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  • symosymo Posts: 1,743
    cjcp wrote:
    symo wrote:
    Fish, Chips and Mushy peas from the Blue place over Kingston bridge on the way to Teddington.

    Deep Blue? What's that place like? Always wondered.

    Expensive but best chippy I have thus far found in London. Devon is the best place for fish and chips but the top two are.

    1-Trinity Street Huddersfield. Near the park opposite Fitzwilliam Street entrance. Superb food.
    2-Waddington, Lincolnshire at the Traffic lights. Again fantastic.
    +++++++++++++++++++++
    we are the proud, the few, Descendents.

    Panama - finally putting a nail in the economic theory of the trickle down effect.
  • Clever PunClever Pun Posts: 6,778
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  • unclemalcunclemalc Posts: 563
    Fish and Chips. from the wrapper....with home-made bread.

    My daughter works part-time in a local chippy and its well worth waiting for. :D
    Spring!
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  • BigJimmyBBigJimmyB Posts: 1,302
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  • secretsamsecretsam Posts: 4,612
    cjcp wrote:
    symo wrote:
    Fish, Chips and Mushy peas from the Blue place over Kingston bridge on the way to Teddington.

    Deep Blue? What's that place like? Always wondered.

    If that's part of the same chain, we've got one near me (Aylesbury). Excellent when it started, with the bonus of a loyalty card, but now not so good, think the key is the management and staff. If it's all kids, then don't touch it.

    Not that I've ever eaten fish and chips, given that I'm so slim and healthy... :oops:

    It's just a hill. Get over it.
  • daniel_bdaniel_b Posts: 8,770
    nicklouse wrote:
    Sausages and mash.

    followed by Ale.

    Nice 8)

    We're having chilli con carne, with a bottle of red (no more than that as I'm in class all weekend), whilst watching the track cycling on bbci - or channels 301/302 as I factually call them.

    We shall be partaking in some kettle chips and fursty ferret to accompany the track cycling tomorrow :D

    Dan
    Felt F70 05 (Turbo)
    Marin Palisades Trail 91 and 06
    Scott CR1 SL 12
    Cannondale Synapse Adventure 15 & 16 Di2
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  • gtvlussogtvlusso Posts: 5,112
    Chinese carryout - I have cooked all week!
  • secretsamsecretsam Posts: 4,612
    Back on subject, no idea...but am about to go for an Italian for lunch, and the company's picking up the tab...result... :P

    It's just a hill. Get over it.
  • Off to the in-laws tonight so something wholesome and hearty no-doubt.

    Just have three episodes of 24 series 5 to watch so not sure if I can fit any cycling tv in (Jack's adventures become an addiction...don't start)
  • Cake.

    It's daughter #1's birthday party today (not her birthday though; we hijack today for a Halloween-themed party).

    Lots of cake. And icing.

    And probably chocolate for dessert. :(
    Swim. Bike. Run. Yeah. That's what I used to do.

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  • secretsamsecretsam Posts: 4,612
    Hey, Greg66, how come you've got 2 near identical bikes?

    It's just a hill. Get over it.
  • secretsam wrote:
    Hey, Greg66, how come you've got 2 near identical bikes?

    Aluminium for wet days. Carbon for dry. Although over winter, unless I'm sure it will stay dry all day, I'll stick to the alu bike; it's what I'm on today and have been all this wee, for example.

    I wanted to have exactly the same geometry on both of them, so same manufacturer, same geometry, same size stem/bars, same set up. The alu one has cheaper components.
    Swim. Bike. Run. Yeah. That's what I used to do.

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  • cjcpcjcp Posts: 13,345
    symo wrote:
    cjcp wrote:
    symo wrote:
    Fish, Chips and Mushy peas from the Blue place over Kingston bridge on the way to Teddington.

    Deep Blue? What's that place like? Always wondered.

    Expensive but best chippy I have thus far found in London. Devon is the best place for fish and chips but the top two are.

    1-Trinity Street Huddersfield. Near the park opposite Fitzwilliam Street entrance. Superb food.
    2-Waddington, Lincolnshire at the Traffic lights. Again fantastic.

    Cheers.

    You sound a bit of connoisseur on the subject. :D
    FCN 2-4.

    "What happens when the hammer goes down, kids?"
    "It stays down, Daddy."
    "Exactly."
  • DonDaddyDDonDaddyD Posts: 12,689
    edited October 2008
    BigJimmyB wrote:
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    A delicacy, I'm sure, but only if it has been properly marinated in its own sauces for at least 45mins!

    Me, Kebab. Definitely!
    Food Chain number = 4

    A true scalp is not only overtaking someone but leaving them stopped at a set of lights. As you, who have clearly beaten the lights, pummels nothing but the open air ahead. ~ 'DondaddyD'. Player of the Unspoken Game
  • BagmanBagman Posts: 311
    Jen J wrote:
    I've been stood up for tonight, so probably a nice M&S meal for one :(;)

    That sounds quite sad. I never think a meal for one has enough food in it for one person
  • _Brun__Brun_ Posts: 1,740
    It being Friday, I'll be having a liquid dinner.
  • unclemalcunclemalc Posts: 563
    BigJimmyB wrote:
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    Salt and Vinegar on that??????
    :wink:
    Spring!
    Singlespeeds in town rule.
  • knight2kknight2k Posts: 119
    It's Stir-Friday for me.
  • Jen JJen J Posts: 1,054
    Bagman wrote:
    Jen J wrote:
    I've been stood up for tonight, so probably a nice M&S meal for one :(;)

    That sounds quite sad. I never think a meal for one has enough food in it for one person

    It will probably be supplemented by a dessert for two.
    Commuting: Giant Bowery 08
    Winter Hack: Triandrun Vento 3
    Madone

    It's all about me...
  • Well the missus is working a back shift tonight so Im sneaking off for a nice Special Curry with fried rice before she gets home :D

    And if Im lucky maybe some "censored " for dessert :lol:
    Skinny Git on a Bianchi.
  • don_dondon_don Posts: 1,007
    BigJimmyB wrote:
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    That's a sort of stew isn't it?
  • symosymo Posts: 1,743
    cjcp wrote:
    symo wrote:
    cjcp wrote:
    symo wrote:
    Fish, Chips and Mushy peas from the Blue place over Kingston bridge on the way to Teddington.

    Deep Blue? What's that place like? Always wondered.

    Expensive but best chippy I have thus far found in London. Devon is the best place for fish and chips but the top two are.

    1-Trinity Street Huddersfield. Near the park opposite Fitzwilliam Street entrance. Superb food.
    2-Waddington, Lincolnshire at the Traffic lights. Again fantastic.

    Cheers.

    You sound a bit of connoisseur on the subject. :D

    Kind of, they're close to my heart (arteries) plus haveing lived all over England I make it my mission to find the best places. Exeter was a complete let down, although the place at the Darts Farm village on the way to Exmouth that has the fishmonger doing fish and chips is super.
    +++++++++++++++++++++
    we are the proud, the few, Descendents.

    Panama - finally putting a nail in the economic theory of the trickle down effect.
  • ceecee Posts: 4,553
    symo wrote:
    Devon is the best place for fish and chips

    Nope...you are incorrect

    The hole in the wa' chippy in Anstruther (east neuk of Fife) is the best chippy...fishmonger......pffff why involve a middle man...

    those fish come off the boat and delivered straight ot the chippy
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  • symosymo Posts: 1,743
    cee wrote:
    symo wrote:
    Devon is the best place for fish and chips

    Nope...you are incorrect

    The hole in the wa' chippy in Anstruther (east neuk of Fife) is the best chippy...fishmonger......pffff why involve a middle man...

    those fish come off the boat and delivered straight ot the chippy
    Well if we are talking Scotland then Isle of Arran at Brodick port, the fish and chippy there is particularly awesome. Still not the Trinity Street Fisherie though.
    +++++++++++++++++++++
    we are the proud, the few, Descendents.

    Panama - finally putting a nail in the economic theory of the trickle down effect.
  • natcotnatcot Posts: 26
    Chinese. It's at the bottom of our hill and it's very good! Happy days! Gotta have curry sauce too!
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