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Pizza home except for the base, topped with potato and cheese.
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Tarte Tatin & Chilli Cheese Straws.

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Mr B came home with a farm raised chicken ready roasted - from a local person - and yest you know it is because it still has the neck and head on it - wonderful - mashed sweet pots and peas and fresh cepes to go with. - He picked 2 kilos of cepes in 30 mins today - my friends really happy;
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bubbles1 wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:57 pm
Mr B came home with a farm raised chicken ready roasted - from a local person - and yest you know it is because it still has the neck and head on it - wonderful - mashed sweet pots and peas and fresh cepes to go with. - He picked 2 kilos of cepes in 30 mins today - my friends really happy;
Its incredible how things change, it was not long ago we had free range chickens.
Now we have farm raised ready roasted chickens. How do they do that then :lol:
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Mushroom pie, roast potatoes, carrots and cauliflower with fresh fruit to follow.

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mysty wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 11:31 pm
bubbles1 wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:57 pm
Mr B came home with a farm raised chicken ready roasted - from a local person - and yest you know it is because it still has the neck and head on it - wonderful - mashed sweet pots and peas and fresh cepes to go with. - He picked 2 kilos of cepes in 30 mins today - my friends really happy;
Its incredible how things change, it was not long ago we had free range chickens.
Now we have farm raised ready roasted chickens. How do they do that then :lol:
They keep the farm hot enough LOL
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We had salad for lunch and this evening it is wild mushrooms (freshly picked this morning) and chicken (left overs) rissotto :D
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Nothing yet after burning the bread, I managed to cut the burnt half off and put the goats cheese on what was left. Who wants to come round for dinner sometime? :lol:

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Just finished Penne Carbonara.
Allumette lardons fried up & marinaded with lots of garlic mixed into Penne pasta & 2 of our chooks eggs.
Served with plenty of fresh Parmesan cheese & ground black pepper,
Yummy & so easy to cook even Mysty couldn't mess it up. :lol:

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Breaded fish from the freezer and chips followed by sticky toffee pudding and vanilla ice cream; using up food from the fridge before going away.

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