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What's for dinner?

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Just about to do my world famous shepherds pie!!! quick run through, fry down the mince meat till it is dry as dry can be, on the way to being dry throw in some hot paprika, splash of soy, salt-pepper. Then in with the chopped onions and peppers, sweat down nicely. In with a tin of chili kidney beans, quick stir then throw in quality tin of chopped tomatoes, two cloves of chopped garlic with two fiery hot chopped chilies and into the slow cooker for three hours or so. Boil some baby potatoes, while draining them off into the hot pan you just emptied a great big nob of butter, reduce down and in with a blob of mustard (English of course) back in with the potatoes and coat well before crushing. Get meat into a oven dish, let cool then cover with mash...

Cook until potato starts to brown, sprinkle on grated cheese, mature cheddar. Serve with fresh veg and a bit of gravy, ketchup optional. This just gets better with age, next day, day after, mmmmmm....

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I'm cooking chicken breast schnitzel, baked seasoned wedges and peas

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Tonight we are having chicken piccata with capers, spinach and sliced garlic red potatoes. Hopefully I can get my son to eat some spinach. Lol.

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Well for breakfast im about to eat some coconut rice with cream, sugar and cinnamon. Its cooking now. I must be hungry because that sounds good.

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This week's bucket of stew is made from red lentils, parsnips, carrots, onion, potato, tomato puree and sage ....... YUM! :lol:

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This week's bucket of stew is made from red lentils, parsnips, carrots, onion, potato, tomato puree and sage ....... YUM! :lol:

I could easily eat at your house..

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I could easily eat at your house..

:D

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For tonight, I merely had pork chops and rice.

To me, pork chops are OK. When I eat meat, I often like to have a good quality steak instead.

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Tonight, I had a slice of Lemon chicken with a side of brown rice and vegetables (steamed carrots). My family eats well and healthy, while my baby girl has Gerber's jars of carrots and potatoes (she's teething), she will try chicken in the future.

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Tonight I had a five-cheese frozen pizza. And man was it good!

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Tonight I'll be having a fish sandwich and onion rings for supper.

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Something involving salmon, soba noodles, snow peas & some other assorted flavours. I'm going to wing it and hope for the best. :D

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Beetroot sandwich ....... bread from my new breadmaker :w00t: mainly spelt flour.

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Tonight I had pasta and meatballs for supper.

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BBQ Deer meat.

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Creamed chicken over biscuits,banada cream pie.

Edited by docyabut2

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Tonight it was a turkey-rice casserole for supper-a crock pot meal.

It was tasty.

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Its so fancy, don't be jelouse.

Ham and Cheese hot pocket, and a coke.

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Well. My wife just said that we have overdone the braai thing a bit. I love braaing as a South African.

Yesterday I baked bread at the braai. Took ready made dough and loaded it with garlic and biltong and cheese. In the braai oven and nothing beats when you slice it at first and the steam comes off the slice and your butter just melts into the bread.

Of course we had meat as well. Tried Ostrich boerewors and found it dry. Also did barbecue flavoured chicken wings which saved the meal. Smoky and crispy off the coals. Yet juicy and tender Inside.

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Tonight it was frozen pizza for me...spinach and cheese pizza, that is.

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Tonight it will be yesterday's leftover veg with parsley sauce. :sleepy:

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Tonight it will be yesterday's leftover veg with parsley sauce. :sleepy:

Scrapped the parsley sauce motif and made little patties out of the veg and then fried them :clap:

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So far dinner has been some Haagen Dazs Lemon Sorbet. Because it hurts too much to eat anything else. :cry:

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This was on Sunday.

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Today it was wholegrain rice, light soy sauce and olive oil.

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