Discussion in 'The Lockdown Lounge' started by Long Lashes, Sep 13, 2016.
I’d share anything with you @Mo Mouse - like Mandy Winger with an STD.
Cooked ham, beetroot and tomato.
An Ulster Fry.
I found a dead grass snake in my garden yesterday so I grilled that and had it with some skin-on-fries and a raspberry Slush Puppy. I also had a bar of Aero but I didn't fancy that so I melted it and smeared it on my body in a kind of bizarre sex game.
@Mo Mouse - St Patrick must have drove the snakes into you garden.
Sex games? Who with?
Potato slices and chicken nuggets.
A gentleman never tells, Sar. It was an orange Aero though. Did consider mint but it just wouldn't have worked.
Spaghetti with prawns in tomato, chilli and garlic sauce and garlic bread. I thought about a glass of wine but what's the point?
Tonight I'm having Karambanatata potatoes with tenderised Elk loin steak and Knockgrafton carrots. I might have a fried egg as well with a dippy yolk and some toast soldiers. For dessert, I'll probably have pomegranate mousse sprinkled with lemon zest and a Peanut Yorkie.
To drink ? I think I've got a 1945 Claret in my wine cellar so I'll have some of that in a pint glass.
Sweet and sour pork.
Orange flavoured blancmange and baked beans for me tonight all mixed in the same bowl with some boil in the bag roast beef. For dessert, I'll probably have one of those 2.2 lbs bags of Tate & Lyle sugar. Okay, okay, they aren't good for my teeth but it's a treat I don't have very often. To drink, a hand shandy.
Swams me old china, isn't a sausage supper, by definition, a supper. Nobody is remotely interested in what anyone has for supper, it is dinner that is the source of such excitement on this thread.
Please try to stay on topic.
I will field this one for you dear Mo.
A sausage supper is what we here in Ulster refer to as sausages with chips, from a chip shop.
I'm still not buying it, Sar. A supper is eaten at supper time. Now get out of my face.
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