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Vagus | 16:57 Sat 28th Nov 2020 | Food & Drink
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Usually make an extra effort for our Saturday evening meal but due to a number of reasons I really can’t be bothered, so we’re having spicy bean burgers in oven bottom muffins, spicy wedges, and a tin of sweet corn.
And a slice of chocolate cake other half made this afternoon.. I washed up and did the buttercream filling, and the icing for the top.
I’d really like a ribeye steak or a Chinese takeaway :/

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I am having gravalax and potato salad, he is having steak pie with minted baby potatoes and veg and gravy, pudding will be chocolate orange mousse

Vegetarian cottage pie (made with leeks, carrots, and butter beans). New recipe, not sure I'll go it again.
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Ooh Martin, I love gravadlax or any of those cured fishy things, particularly the ones in a sauce. I’d never think of making it though, did you make it yourself?
Chicken curry here with poppadoms and rice.

Bon appetit, all!
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Why not drmorgan, it sounds lovely, especially with the butter beans to texture it.
Chicken curry too, but boughten ones.
Our usual which is bangers and mash with peas and gravy then rhubarb crumble and custard for afters
Scampi,chips n peas.
Flat Iron Steak, garlic mushrooms, sauté potatoes, home-made coleslaw. Something out of the freezer for dessert if we want any -mini magnums or lime sorbet with a shot of vodka over the top.
We have been gifted 2 wagyu beef steaks, never had it before so looking forward to that tonight (OH is doing the cooking).
Not this time but I frequently cure my own salmon and will do again for Christmas, dead simple and very tasty
Simples....the perfect meal..........
Salmon marinated overnight in soya sauce, ginger, a hint of garlic, Asian spices and coriander and then fried in butter.
Caviar, with Mrs sqad,s special Avocado salad with grated cheese and a glass of Protos. Mrs sqad sitting opposite after showering and hair nicely but simply coiffeured ,subtle perfume and a tight white sweater......
Simple but perfect dinner.
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I should have made some coleslaw too, I have the wherewithal but honestly it’s been as much as I can do to drag myself around today.
I think it’s mental as much as physical, these dreary dark wet days, bloody COVID, missing the family.
Oh well, onwards and upwards.
Enjoy your meals, they all sound lovely :)
Jacket spud and fish fingers.
Breaded plaice (Youngs), chips (Aunt Bessie's) and mushy peas (tinned) here.

Oh! The effort I make. :-)
Pizzas here, but I'm jealous of Prudie's meal! We cooked Kobe wagyu beef (we even say the authenticated certificate) when on a cookery course in Kyoto; absolutely beautiful. Cut into strip and cook for 30 secs a side is how we were shown to do it.
Chicken, chips & onion rings for me.
Doesn't come easier. A delicious takeaway lasagne from our favourite village pub.
A newly showered Dave glowing pink across the table. Lockdown hair flowing around his face and the scent of his Connemara after shave competing with the peaty smell of the turf fire.
A bottle of Aluado will compliment the Turkish Delight I've hidden away for Christmas...if I can find them.
posh burgers from a local burger restaurant.
No tight white sweater for Dave?

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