What Is For Tea?

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Re: What Is For Tea?

Post: #289237 Odsox
Sun Mar 19, 2017 3:40 pm

Tonight dinner will be a "finishing up" meal
Roast turkey thigh (Xmas bird had the back half removed with both thighs boned and rolled, plus 2 legs)
So roast turkey, with the last parsnip roasted, last of the leeks and purple sprouting.
Also the last apples from store, stewed for pud.
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Re: What Is For Tea?

Post: #289244 Flo
Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:22 am

Good heavens - Christmas when it's nearly Easter!

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Re: What Is For Tea?

Post: #289248 Odsox
Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:50 am

Flo wrote:Good heavens - Christmas when it's nearly Easter!

Back in the day when we made Christmas puddings we made 3, one for Easter sunday, one for mid-summer and one for the next Christmas.
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Re: What Is For Tea?

Post: #289249 bonniethomas06
Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:49 am

Merry Christmas everyone - funnily enough we are having our leftover pork and cranberry stuffing tonight - it is still in the freezer in a sort of loaf shaped tin, so I plan to bake it in the oven and slice it like a meat loaf with cabbage, spuds and gravy!
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Re: What Is For Tea?

Post: #289256 Green Aura
Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:23 pm

Leftover goat etc. We finished our Xmas pork about a fortnight ago - made an excellent vindaloo. At least I don't think there's any left.
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Re: What Is For Tea?

Post: #289265 ina
Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:49 am

Hopefully tonight I'll get home not too late and have enough energy to cook what I bought on Sunday - beef stew, mash and sprouts (the latter from the garden, and I think I still have some of my own tatties, too). And then it'll be the same the next two nights!
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Re: What Is For Tea?

Post: #289274 Flo
Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:53 pm

It looks like pasta with everything for some time. I've an awful lot of pasta and an awful lot of tinned tomatoes dating back to the start of last year before I grew tomatoes.


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