What are you cooking today?

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alittlebitmorefrench

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mysty wrote:
Sat Mar 30, 2019 7:06 pm
We bought a proper brown loaf in the Cantal today, so we had that tonight with cantal cheese that tastes so much better than the supermarket stuff.
Homemade Pizza tonight :good:

I best go and cook it because they will all be back hungry from church soon after singing their hearts out supporting Dave the populist. :?

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An M&S fish pie wwith roast tomatoes - we spent the afternoon with our granddaughters at the pre-school Easter ‘Fayre’ and have arrived home feeling worn out, so not cooking this evening.

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Pancakes tonight pre made filled with ham and cheeses.
Fried egg s on top but they are fresh.
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Tarty flett with home grown lamb chops, no jus

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mysty wrote:
Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:31 pm
Pancakes tonight pre made filled with ham and cheeses.
Fried egg s on top but they are fresh.
I remember the days when nanny would give us Findus crispy pancakes with garden peas and buttered savoy cabbage. No eggs though.

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I used to make mushroom pancakes. Must try them again.
We had fish pie and a sort of ratatouille. Some left over for fishcakes with baked beans tomorrow.

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Very tasty bean stew with plenty of garlic and red wine with crusty bread.

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Pintade pilaff

Pintade bought in Cumbria but pleasingly raised in France
Same old nonsense.

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Very spicy tomatoes, peppers and courgettes topped with eggs and fresh goats cheese. Still within my 800 calorie allowance. Down now over 16kgs and still counting!!!

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It's gonna be chips with something 'cos we bought an Aldi hot air fryer this morning.
Just did a shakedown fry with one spuds worth of chips & it was brilliant so here's hoping it'll do the same for a pannier full.

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