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Old Dec 6th 2012, 5:06 pm
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Oh dear vital. I'm in a Blurgh mood so dinner is French bread and Camembert and red wine!
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Old Dec 6th 2012, 5:17 pm
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Originally Posted by Caz8NZ
Oh dear vital. I'm in a Blurgh mood so dinner is French bread and Camembert and red wine!
Apart from the Camembert, it sounds yummy
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Old Dec 6th 2012, 5:19 pm
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what's your cheese of poision
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Old Dec 6th 2012, 5:21 pm
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Before dinner appetiser. Rice crackers with new layered dip in countdown. Margherita....sundried tomato, basil pesto and cream cheese....yummy!
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Originally Posted by Caz8NZ
what's your cheese of poision
I don't like cheese, except for Wensleydale just now & again. It's mostly again these days
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Old Dec 6th 2012, 5:41 pm
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Originally Posted by Caz8NZ
Oh dear vital. I'm in a Blurgh mood so dinner is French bread and Camembert and red wine!
That's funny, I just ate a camembert sandwich for lunch with black olives and tomatoes on the side, and yummy it was.

Tonight I am cooking a Winter Hotpot Bit of a joke this, as Winter here is about 30 degrees. But we can wind the airconditioning up a bit and pretend.
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Old Dec 6th 2012, 5:44 pm
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Originally Posted by bakedbean
That's funny, I just ate a camembert sandwich for lunch with black olives and tomatoes on the side, and yummy it was.

Tonight I am cooking a Winter Hotpot Bit of a joke this, as Winter here is about 30 degrees. But we can wind the airconditioning up a bit and pretend.
oooh do you fancy that in that weather then? I get those unseasonal cravings too though! Usually a boiling hot day and i'm craving a stew that's been cooked for 3 hours, or a freezing cold day and I want ice cream
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Originally Posted by Vitalstatistix
Found boxes of Cadbury's chocolate fingers in our local Countdown this afternoon. Bought one & just scoffed the whole box without thinking about it .
As OH is at his work's Xmas party tonight, that's my dinner sorted
Ooops we demolished a box of them for supper one day last week. Was only meant to eat four, then four more, then just two more .... who were we trying to kid, in reality that box wasn't ever going to make it back to the cupboard.
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Originally Posted by Caz8NZ
oooh do you fancy that in that weather then?
Well, we've usually got the aircon on in the evenings to around 25 or 26 degrees which we think of as "cool" these days. I know..... bonkers innit?
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Originally Posted by bakedbean
Well, we've usually got the aircon on in the evenings to around 25 or 26 degrees which we think of as "cool" these days. I know..... bonkers innit?
oh dear! tis bonkers indeed! i don't think i could cope with living in that climate!
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Tonight it's Spaghetti Bolognese
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Tonight it's Spaghetti Bolognese
As a matter of interest, do you ever eat baked beans?
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Very rarely. I like kidney beans. Chilli con carne.....yum.
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As a matter of interest, do you ever eat baked beans?
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Very rarely. I like kidney beans. Chilli con carne.....yum.
I only mention it as I had some the other day. When I really can't be bothered with dinner, the old BBOT comes in handy.
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Yes that's a good ol' lazy meal. Sardine toasties are good too - mashed up tinned sardines, onions, worcester sauce, black pepper - spread it on toast and slap under the grill for a few minutes.

So, what's for dinner on this fine Monday morning? I'm going out so no idea.
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