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Old 06-07-07, 16:24   #1
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We've got into just eating the things we like and so seem to eat the same things each week.
Don't get me wrong, it's good stuff just gets a bit 'samey'.
Lasagnes, curry, bangers & mash etc.

So in an attempt to see what other people are eating and to get some inspiration for some different teas.

Tonight I'm on Chilli Con Carne with rice.

How about you?
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Probably beans on toast for me, and butchers choice for wizzy.
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Spicy Sausage Penne Pasta from M&S for me.
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Got the mother-in-law staying for 3 weeks so I'll be having my usual serving of humble pie tonight.
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Sounds nice Johnny.

Good luck with MIL, Lee.
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Breathed.

She is to personality what Cyril Smith is to handgliding.
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Home made beefburgers (how posh is that?) curly chips and bread and butter. Am listening to an ace prog on Radio 4. It's called Spinning Yarns about the cotton industry. Really interesting and you can "listen again" online. Not the usual BBC rubbish.
Didn't realise Stuart McConnie (DJ) used to be a spinner.
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Last night I had to go birthday pressie shopping for my brothers g'friend so I ran out of time somewhat. We had chicken breast wrapped with bacon and cooked in a texan style bbq sauce, potato au gratin and a weird beetroot & caerphilly cold salad (all from the late date reduction stand in Asda).

We do eat well normally though, Beefy is a good cook and it has rubbed off on me. I rarely use the microwave and like making things properly. We always lay the table and sit together having our tea, rather than on our knees.

A few of our recent successes:

* Beef in ale and mushroom sauce, mash potato and peas

* Spicy chicken fahitas

* Strips of beef stir fry with tomato sauce and feta cheese

* Penne pasta with ham and olives in a spicy tomato and chilli sauce

* chicken in cherry tomato and vodka sauce with rice

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Vodka Sauce!! Can you give us the recipe?
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