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For Tea I'm Having...

Cleat EastwoodCleat Eastwood Posts: 7,508
edited November 2011 in The bottom bracket
Home made carrot and ginger soup with a nice big tiger bun.
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momentarily from the herd and thinks for himself.
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  • Whatevers in the fridge!
  • Home made carrot and ginger soup with a nice big tiger bun.

    Mmm, nice. Home-made vegetarian lasagne on the menu here (warmed-up remnants of the one I made yesterday).

    David
    "It is not enough merely to win; others must lose." - Gore Vidal
  • Whatevers in the fridge!

    Might skip that plan in my case. Or at least try to avoid eating the 3 rolls of 200 ISO FujiColor [1] that I put in there to improve their shelf life. ;)

    David

    [1] For an SLR camera that uses actual film. Anyone remember them? ;)
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  • mingmongmingmong Posts: 542
    Aiming for a nice nutitious easy to digest vegatable protein withouth any fat or cholesterol, with essential fatty acids.

    Reality?

    Pie.
  • jonni3jonni3 Posts: 57
    Meatballs in a tomato & chili sauce with wholemeal spaghetti :D
  • A large helping of sausages and mash and red wine gravy. Completely stuffed now.
  • cwmcwm Posts: 177
    sausage,bacon,beans,onion rings,fried egg,fried bread and black pudding
    now sharing my plods on
    http://www.strava.com/athletes/cwm
  • DIESELDOGDIESELDOG Posts: 2,087
    cwm wrote:
    sausage,bacon,beans,onion rings,fried egg,fried bread and black pudding

    I'm coming to yours for tea!

    Mine will be what OMAHB cooked yesterday, no name given as yet, plus roast spuds.

    Love n hugs

    DD
    Eagles may soar but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.

    www.onemanandhisbike.co.uk
  • Chilli and oh boy was it a hot one! :shock:

    Very nice, but I fear my bottom will be doing an impersonation of a blood orange tomorrow....
  • Frey Bentos Steak Pie, Chips, Peas and loads of gravy.
  • DF33DF33 Posts: 732
    Some Chianti, with whatever i can find still alive to have with it.............
    Peter
  • DIESELDOGDIESELDOG Posts: 2,087
    DF33 wrote:
    Some Chianti, with whatever i can find still alive to have with it.............

    Oooh, that's a point, I haven't had liver and bacon for a loooong time.

    Love n hugs

    DD
    Eagles may soar but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.

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  • Pasta bake. My signature dish, plus baked apple for desert. Spot the theme there? you switch the oven on, you use it!

    Also a bottle of ordinary claret. No complaints :)
    The older I get the faster I was
  • Ben6899Ben6899 Posts: 9,674
    A couple of maultaschen in broth and a pile of veg with a hint of paprika. I'm gonna clip down the duvet tonight!
    Ben

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  • redjeepǃredjeepǃ Posts: 531
    edited November 2011
    Well it was going to be a bowl of M&S Irish stew and some fresh bread, but we had customers onsite so I got asked out for tea to accompany them. So off to a local 16'th Century castle sat on 1000 acres we went.....

    So my tea tonight was

    Course 1: Complimentary lobster salad and some carrot bisque (about a shot glass of each).
    Course 2: Pan fried scallops with wild mushrooms and truffles.
    Course 3: Assorted berry sorbet.
    Course 4: Wild pheasant (from the castle estate).
    Course 5 : chocolate and coffee souffle
    Course 6 : Complimentary handmade sweets and an expresso.

    Superb.

    I'm now lying on my bed unable to sleep because I'm so stuffed. Better do a couple of hours on the turbo tomorrow for penance......
  • finchyfinchy Posts: 6,686
    Redjeep! wrote:
    Well it was going to be a bowl of M&S Irish stew and some fresh bread, but we had customers onsite so I got asked out for tea to accompany them. So off to a local 16'th Century castle sat on 1000 acres we went.....

    So my tea tonight was

    Course 1: Complimentary lobster salad and some carrot bisque (about a shot glass of each).
    Course 2: Pan fried scampi with wild mushrooms and truffles.
    Course 3: Assorted berry sorbet.
    Course 4: Wild pheasant (from the castle estate).
    Course 5 : chocolate and coffee souffle
    Course 6 : Complimentary handmade sweets and an expresso.

    Superb.

    I'm now lying on my bed unable to sleep because I'm so stuffed. Better do a couple of hours on the turbo tomorrow for penance......

    Dear Redjeep,

    Please f**k off,

    Yours sincerely,

    John

    :wink:
  • Lobster Thermidor aux crevettes with a Mornay sauce, served in a Provençale manner with shallots and aubergines, garnished with truffle pate, brandy and a fried egg on top and Spam.

    :D
  • NuggsNuggs Posts: 1,804
    Sweetbreads with a nice chianti


    Ffff fff ffff fff
  • A nice Piece of Steamfish (Salmon steamed in a tower with paprika, ginger and garlic) with new tatties with a nice Pint of San Mig lager.
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    FCN #4
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    FCN # 1/2 - Cobbly racing tyres and MTB cleats.
  • Curry ............ I think,

    The gf and I both think its a curry I cooked a while ago and is now in an unlabled tupperware box in the freezer. If it's not then for tea I'm having a surprise!

    I'm thinking there might be a lesson in this somewhere.
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    2014 Genesis Equilibrium 20
  • I had home made soup again- courgette this time with a big crusty cob - yum yum.
    The dissenter is every human being at those moments of his life when he resigns
    momentarily from the herd and thinks for himself.
  • Errrrmm..... A mug of coffee and an Eccles Cake! Honest!
    The older I get the faster I was
  • EKIMIKEEKIMIKE Posts: 2,232
    Gonna go get myself some mars bars and put them in the microwave. Do i have to do that thing where you pierce the packaging with a knife??? Sorry, i am a student you know.

    :lol:
  • jonni3 wrote:
    Meatballs in a tomato & chili sauce with wholemeal spaghetti :D


    SNAP! That's what I had last night too 8)

    Tonight it's Lasagne :D

    Maybe Spag Bol tomorrow, you may notice a theme developing. If I had my way it would be Spag Bol every night :mrgreen:
  • johnfinch wrote:
    Redjeep! wrote:
    Well it was going to be a bowl of M&S Irish stew and some fresh bread, but we had customers onsite so I got asked out for tea to accompany them. So off to a local 16'th Century castle sat on 1000 acres we went.....

    So my tea tonight was

    Course 1: Complimentary lobster salad and some carrot bisque (about a shot glass of each).
    Course 2: Pan fried scampi with wild mushrooms and truffles.
    Course 3: Assorted berry sorbet.
    Course 4: Wild pheasant (from the castle estate).
    Course 5 : chocolate and coffee souffle
    Course 6 : Complimentary handmade sweets and an expresso.

    Superb.

    I'm now lying on my bed unable to sleep because I'm so stuffed. Better do a couple of hours on the turbo tomorrow for penance......

    Dear Redjeep,

    Please f**k off,

    Yours sincerely,

    John

    :wink:

    Sorry John. :oops:

    I'd just like to point out that I declined a similar offer tonight and am currently eating my Irish stew and bread (not so fresh now) and will be on the turbo in an hour or so.
  • jonni3jonni3 Posts: 57
    Tonight's feast consists of Birdseye chicken dippers & curly fries ..... I'm tired & can't be arsed doing proper cooking :|
  • markos1963markos1963 Posts: 3,724
    Veg curry made with onions, tomatoes, dried apricots, peas, broad beans and a very large butternut squash.
  • cwmcwm Posts: 177
    i had sausage and onion in a bbq sauce with mashed spud and mixed veg with lashings of tomato sauce over the spud
    now sharing my plods on
    http://www.strava.com/athletes/cwm
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 50,675 Lives Here
    Ben6899 wrote:
    A couple of maultaschen in broth and a pile of veg with a hint of paprika. I'm gonna clip down the duvet tonight!
    have some maultaschen in the fridge now. now how to "cook" them.
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  • DF33DF33 Posts: 732
    I had a Bradford curry. Yummy
    Peter
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