Free food for dinner tonight!

You all seem to be such proficient chefs. Well here is a place to share some of that cooking knowledge. Or do you have a cooking problem? Ask away. Jams and chutneys go here too.
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Free food for dinner tonight!

Post: # 207330Post liskeardjane »

No sorry, I haven't been shooting pigeons, fishing or even foraging..............not for a while anyway.

I came home from work to find a bag of tomatoes and a cucumber on my doorstep - I made a quiche that'll keep us going for a few days.
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Post: # 207332Post becks77 »

Looks delicious
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That quiche looks lovely! Were the veg arranged like that when you found them?? :shock: I gave a friend some beef tomatoes yesterday and her son found one most amusing....I wish I had a photo...he said it looked like "daddys bottom" He did not comment on the "nose" sticking out from the front of it! :oops Why do some veg grow like this?? The competition at the allotments always have even, smooth, perfectly formed tomatoes, carrots etc while ours are often verging on pornographic! :roll:
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Post: # 207357Post 123sologne »

I love free diner! :iconbiggrin:
Battybird, fruits and vegs are just like humans, far from being perfect and if the great majority of people and supermarkets accepted that, there would be a lot less waste.... :(

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Post: # 207358Post Millymollymandy »

Veg are much more interesting the way they grow in real life! What a nice surprise to find on your doorstep. :thumbright:
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Post: # 207398Post Millymollymandy »

Fun to read it again! I haven't got any tomato willies this year though. :( :iconbiggrin:
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