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  • Steak with sauce (probably pepper), roast vegetables leftover from yesterday mixed with a bit of couscous, onion rings in beer batter and a few chips or garlic bread.
    Last of the trifle.

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    • Shiitake mushrooms, asparagus and pork tenderloin sitting in the fridge. So a stir-fry looks in the offing for supper.

      Not sure about lunch yet. Cheese and crackers, I imagine. That said, what I really fancy is something, anything, that gives me an excuse to light the range to warm the house up.
      Living in north-east Spain, where the sun is too hot, the rain too torrential, the hail too big, the wind too windy and the snow too deep.

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      • Salmon, mixed veg and mashed potatoes.

        And when your back stops aching,
        And your hands begin to harden.
        You will find yourself a partner,
        In the glory of the garden.

        Rudyard Kipling.sigpic

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        • It’s Ash Wednesday so it’s Fish & Chips

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          • Kale with walnuts, garlic and goats cheese in white sauce with roast squash, parsnip and beetroot.
            That's the last of the squash and also the beetroot.

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            • Leek & potato soup with a slice of bread

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              • The stir-fry didn't happen yesterday - the Lidl Clever Burgers needed eating instead. Pricey for what they are, but I've discovered that soya TVP is edible. So I shall look about for recipes to make my own.

                So: stir-fry today for lunch.
                Supper: Mr Snoop bought a magnificent bunch of carrots yesterday. So roasted carrots with a tahini sauce plus some romanesco. Bit of an odd mix, but I've got six romanesco needing eating all at once...

                Plus bread, unsurprisingly.
                Living in north-east Spain, where the sun is too hot, the rain too torrential, the hail too big, the wind too windy and the snow too deep.

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                • I think today will be Lincolnshire sausage, mashed potato and swede, carrots and Savoy cabbage with onion gravy.

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                  • Making Cornish pasties, with mushy peas and onion gravy. Baking a sourdough loaf at the same time.

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                    • I made a beautiful lamb massaman curry with extra chilli added. Just lamb steaks onions potatoes garlic coconut milk (low fat version) and a super massaman paste from Sainsbury’s. Slow cooked for hour and half, then served with boiled basmati rice and as I had no roti, it was served with a peswari bread.

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                      • Mashed potatoes, caramalised onions, red kale, pigeon breast and gravy.

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                        • Venison burgers with lot of chilli things and salad.

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                          • ^Photos! That's a step up for this thread. Don't think I can manage that myself. But nice to see, especially the chutneys.

                            The stir-fry yesterday was very good. Trying to avoid a re-run...

                            Lunch: just me so egg-and-chips-on-a-plate.
                            Supper: tray bake veg and the rest of the pork, this time in a ras el hanout and breadcrumb crispy coating.
                            Living in north-east Spain, where the sun is too hot, the rain too torrential, the hail too big, the wind too windy and the snow too deep.

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                            • Tuna steak, sauteed potatoes and frozen runner beans.

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                              • Leek pudding with oxo gravy for supper.

                                Me and OH love it but could never get the kids to eat it. Its a cheap, tasty and filling meal as far as I am concerned

                                Plenty more leeks on the plot and they have grown well throughout the winter..
                                My Majesty made for him a garden anew in order
                                to present to him vegetables and all beautiful flowers.- Offerings of Thutmose III to Amon-Ra (1500 BCE)

                                Diversify & prosper


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