Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Long Lashes, Sep 13, 2016.
Cooked ham, beetroot and tomato.
Potatoes, green beans and fried fish, and a fruit yogurt for dessert
Chicken Christmas Trees
Cookie Dough Ice Cream
And one or more of these:
And one or more Wild Rabbits:
I made pumpkin soup today. First time I think I've ever eaten pumpkin. The soup was very good. Made some garlic bread to it. My parents loved today's vegetarian dinner, more I think than yesterday's vegetarian sashimi-inspired dish. They eat too much meat, so I decided to treat them to something vegetarian they've never eaten before.
I’m having a pheasant and pheasant and partridge fillets today
I had some pumpkin sausages last week. I live 2.1 miles south of the farm and I have to cross fields and a lake to get there.
Sweet and sour pork.
Lyonnaise potatoes and breaded chicken.
Roast beef, garden peas, carrots and mashed potatoes.
Roast chicken, sweetcorn, carrots and mashed potatoes.
I'm having a selection of peas for dinner tonight. There will be Bird's Eye Frozen garden peas, Bachelor's tinned Giant Marrowfat peas and some Chip Shop Mushy Peas. All on the same plate with maybe some prawn crackers. I'll probably have a large bowl of Angel Delight for dessert. If I get hungry again in the middle of the night, I might get up and make a mushroom risotto with pieces of Rowntree's Yorkie mixed in.
Peppered chicken, baked beans and mashed potatoes.
I thought they had dropped the “Rowntree” from Yorkie packaging and were branded Nestle products since the takeover. Or are the Yorkie bars 30 or more years old?
Yes, I have some bars left over from the late 1970s. Still delicious though.
I’m having spiced pumpkin, sweet potato and carrot soup. I’ve got another venison casserole lying about, especially after a contestant on The Chase mentioned it, causing me to eat two at once. So I shall eat some of those with vegetable, salad, four pots of yogurt and a Black Forest gateau.
Thanks for the clarification. Some chocolate doesn’t like to be eaten.
Fish, chips and garden peas.
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