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Old Nov 7th 2020, 12:15 am
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Great big salad; a whole avocado, half a cucumber, red onion, field greens and baby spinach, poppyseed dressing. 12 hours ago I had 2 bacon sandwiches, so I'm claiming balanced diet.
I flipping well love avocado and salads.

Last night was seafood pasta . This evening will be something or other with chicken.

I was given a 5kg bountiful bounty of green lipped mussels fresh off the boat so we've been feasting on those a bit and I also froze the rest for later use. Took a whole load of cleaning and preparing but utterly worth it. Himself was rather mesmerised with the way they open to breath and then shut with a tap to their shells.








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Those look amazing! I'll bet they're delicious.
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Old Nov 7th 2020, 6:44 am
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Those look amazing! I'll bet they're delicious.
They were. I'd have shared. . There was more than enough and I know there will be more that come my way. Bit lucky isn't it.






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Sausage soup; my cabbage had gone bad so I used some green beans instead.


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Caesar salad, substituting baby arugula and field greens for romaine. Must just be bursting with vitamins.
Then to compensate I had a raspberry filled almond tart.
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Old Nov 17th 2020, 11:54 pm
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Cooked up some pasta (gemelli) and added the contents of a couple of tins of mussels and tomato/chilli flavoured sardines.

So simple and very good.
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I think seafood pasta. I have frozen prawns and also still have some of those mussels we were given. I froze and vacuum packed what we did not eat . No fish though so that will have to do.
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I'm making Swiss steak; the little round steaks I was going to make stir-fry with will be perfect, and the substandard tomato I encountered at breakfast finds a home. Since getting on the flashfood app I'm getting more beef in my diet through nailing good discounts and freezing them, but not letting it dominate the menu.
I like to do a little canvas through a few recipes before cooking something I haven't made in a long time, and Betty Crocker puts some dry mustard in her flour dredge, and so shall I.
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I'm making Swiss steak; the little round steaks I was going to make stir-fry with will be perfect, and the substandard tomato I encountered at breakfast finds a home. Since getting on the flashfood app I'm getting more beef in my diet through nailing good discounts and freezing them, but not letting it dominate the menu.
I like to do a little canvas through a few recipes before cooking something I haven't made in a long time, and Betty Crocker puts some dry mustard in her flour dredge, and so shall I.
I downloaded the Flashfood app after reading about your successes, but all it ever offers me is gluten-free stuff and potato salad. 🤷‍♀️
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I downloaded the Flashfood app after reading about your successes, but all it ever offers me is gluten-free stuff and potato salad. 🤷‍♀️
I'm lucky here, there are 6 stores on the app, but one only has nutcrackers and lightbulbs, and one only has fancy cakes. My next door neighbour is a baker at that store.
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Hamberder is stuffed with Cambozola.
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I made a bulgogi marinade and threw a couple of chopped-up sausages in along with the beef strips for a few hours and just cooked them in a big skillet. Along with sautéed carrots and red onion and daikon, it's not only delicious but nutritious!
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We all had Poutine. From New York Fries.

Mine was a Butter Chicken version. Curry on chips is fine. Otherwise, poutine
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A slow cooked beef casserole, cooked with chunky carrots and celery from the garden, onions, garlic, red wine and mushrooms.. served with potatoes, green beans and roasted beets (from the garden). First beef of the year - first beef casserole in 4 years - it was sooo good! Stuffed!
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I'm making chowder with oysters and walleye and perch. If I hadn't had a nap this would've been on the table 3 hours ago! Having the potatoes and carrots chopped and ready this afternoon simplifies things. When I froze the half pint of oysters and the fish fillets I didn't cook in the past week this was in the back of my mind, and it's one reason I like to keep extra half & half and some bacon around.
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