WHAT DID WE HAVE FOR TEA?

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My son and his girlfriend could polish something like that off every morning, and generally do. They have hearty appetites.
( if I ate something like that, I would feel I had a brick in my stomach for about 8 hours. I am not a breakfast person.)

A lovely treat for you both though.
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Lovely. That was the start of my day for many years but I don't burn enough energy off to do it now. I have it for an occasional treat and then a very small tea!
Yesterday I cooked veggies and had steak pudding and veggies X two for breakfast and tea.
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Red Salmon tonight. Yum.
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Pork Pie and veggies for breakfast and then I cooked chicken wings, sausage, onions and tomatoes. By teatime they had settled into each other so I had wings and sausage with Veggies for tea.
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Chicken Schnitzel tonight.
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Marilyn wrote: 17 Nov 2020, 21:42 Chicken Schnitzel tonight.
Spooky - first time for a long time, but so did I. :smile:
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Chicken and sausage with veggies X two for breakfast and tea.
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( I crumb my own of course, Trippy...don’t trust this already crumbed stuff, or crap that you chuck in the oven).
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Marilyn wrote: 18 Nov 2020, 07:20 I crumb my own of course, Trippy...don’t trust this already crumbed stuff
I quite agree - I usually dip them in egg, before crumbing, but I'm down to my last one, and Morrisons don't come till tonight so I didn't. The crumbs are from a box which has been at the back of the cupboard for years. Sprinkled the chicken with some ground cardamon, and ginger. Can't say I really noticed that in the taste. Might try curry powder next time. No garlic- of course. :smile:
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My son’s girlfriend crumbs her Chicken Schnitzels in Sage and Onion Stuffing Mix ( no crumbs added). I find it a bit overwhelming, so I have tried a mixture of Panko Crumbs and a dash of the Sage and Onion Stuffing Mix. That is ok, though hubby doesn’t like Sage and Onion Stuffing at all. He has asked me not to do it that way again. :extrawink:
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Wings sausage and veggies X two for breakfast and tea.
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I had to augment the veggies but the wings and veggies X two served for breakfast and tea.
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Turkish Rolls with cold Roast Meat and Salad. Delicious! Hubby had his with Branson Pickle.
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I got two Hogroast Pork Burgers at the Co-op and cooked them. Breakfast and tea was Pork Burger, fried egg and veggies. Went down nicely!
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Steak pudding and peas for breakfast. I cooked cauliflower and carrots during the day. Tea was two fried eggs and veggies.
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Steak pudding and veggies for breakfast. Pork pie and veggies for tea.
I fancy cooking mince and onions today......
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Turkish Roll with Red Salmon and Salad tonight.
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I Grilled sausage and cooked mince with onions, tomatoes and peas. Breakfast was straight veggies. Tea was veggies with the mince and grilled sausage.
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I realise I am straying into Maz territory here but I found this yesterday as I was cooking some extension veggies.

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I had veggies with mince and sausage for both breakfast and tea. As I say, the veggies have been extended.
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:biggrin2: I haven’t had any weird looking Veg for a while...
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Sausage and mince with veggies for breakfast and tea.
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The master has suggested Fish and Chips tonight, so I don’t have to cook, which pleases me greatly.
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Sausage and mince with veggies X two again for breakfast and tea.
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