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Chorizo and tomato Pasta. Home made Garlic Bread (excluding Wes). Aussie Shiraz for me Aussie Chardonnay for Mrs CP. Found a pot of White Widow in the 'erb cupboard. Amazing what one finds in the pantry of erbs and spices ! :D

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Tandoori chicken and veg curry. Chapattis. Momos to start, double choc chip Ice Cream to finish

This may inspire me to get off my butt and go out to get some Indian food later. Since I can't get to your house easily. :)

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This may inspire me to get off my butt and go out to get some Indian food later. Since I can't get to your house easily. :)

I could send you the recipe if you wish ebk? Dead easy and far superior from what the take away's offer or a paste out of jar

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I sort of celebratory dinner this evening for Mrs CP as she has decided to officially do fuck all !! Hurrah

Starters: Roasted Butternut Squash soup.

Mains: Filet of beef with wild mushrooms. Roast pots and green beans

Sweet: Melting chocolate puds.

Wines: Vouvray, Gustalas Red Rioja.

Cheese selection. An artisan selection of British Cheeses

Some superb green given to me by a good friend

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I'm preparing a pot of homemade soup for my dinner. My recipe uses the following:

1/2 lb. ground beef (brown first then drain the fat)

2 cans low sodium beef broth

1 can diced tomatoes (add the juice as well)

1 small onion peeled and diced

2 ribs celery diced

2 carrots peeled and sliced

half head of cabbage shredded

1 garlic clove minced

1 bay leaf

marjoram

black pepper

parsley

I'm making some corn muffins to eat with this.

Edited by Disco Duck

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Birthday dinner for my friend Erin at Le Diplomate. We had the mac & cheese for the table. I had the house salad, then the lamb shank. Spectacular! The other entrees were mussels and frites (Erin), and the salmon (my sister). Shared desserts were the creme brulee and the apple tart.

And yes, there was wine!

I'll never eat again...

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Red Beans and rice, French bread and salad with lemon and olive oil. Abita Springs beer. Bread pudding for dessert.

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Baked chicken thighs with a honey, soy sauce and onion powder glaze.

Ramen noodles with frozen Oriental vegetables added

Baked sweet potato in the jacket

It's not gourmet cuisine, but it's fast, reasonably nutritious and tastes good.

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Baked chicken thighs with a honey, soy sauce and onion powder glaze.

Ramen noodles with frozen Oriental vegetables added

Baked sweet potato in the jacket

It's not gourmet cuisine, but it's fast, reasonably nutritious and tastes good.

Sounds pretty good to me DD

Tonight's fayre:

Pan Fried Hake

Sweet Potato Wedges, oven baked with a dusting of Spanish Smoked Paprika & Cumin

Green Beans

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Sounds pretty good to me DD

Tonight's fayre:

Pan Fried Hake

Sweet Potato Wedges, oven baked with a dusting of Spanish Smoked Paprika & Cumin

Green Beans

Adding frozen vegetables to ramen noodles is a trick I learned during my grad student days. Is hake a fish?

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Lox, cream cheese and green onion omelette. Sliced tomatoes. Slice of cantaloupe. Plenty of tea and water.

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Midnight. Coming out of the Mazzy Star concert and into the gauntlet of Danger Dog grill carts, haha.

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Being a red-blooded American male, naturally I cannot resist the aroma of bacon, onions, and peppers on the grill, so of course I ordered a couple...bathed with plenty of spicy mustard. Feeling invincible, hehe.

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