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Old 28.01.2011, 19:02
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Spaghetti Bologonese on a big nest of salad, which I also had the night before...
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Old 28.01.2011, 19:03
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(Seriously, 100g'ish of meat per person per meal... I'm not quite sure if you're saying that's bad - too much / too little? Perhaps I said something goofy and am not catching it?)
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Old 28.01.2011, 19:47
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Extremely healthy sushi - homemade - followed by extremely unhealthy homemade brownies.(250g dark choccie, butter, eggs.....oh dear!!)
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Old 28.01.2011, 19:54
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Pretty simple and all ingredients at home. I was actually thinking of making something like courgette, leek, onion with almonds, garlic and curry on olive oil, and some gruyere and bread with it. But i'll re-evaluate . Thanks!
It's mega easy, just boil it all together with a stock cube (or 2 if you make the ridiculous amount I made - I went overkill on the veggie shopping), a bit of salt, pepper if that's your thing, smidgen of margarine and blend it all together and voilą!
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:02
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Grilled ostrich fillets and roast vegetable ratatouille. Quick, easy and delicious
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:04
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That sounds sooooo good. Will have to buy some ostrich at some point. Do you cook it like beef?
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:06
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Tonight I have mostly been eating soup.
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:10
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That sounds sooooo good. Will have to buy some ostrich at some point. Do you cook it like beef?
Just the same Its delicious and lean, I prefer it just pink in the middle.

http://www.ostrich.org.uk/products/meat.html

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Old 28.01.2011, 20:10
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Homemade cheeseburger

(chopped my own chuck and fried very hot with salt and pepper. Added dijon and a slice of godminster cheddar and grilled. Ate with gruyere mashed potatoes and Italian spinach. A&W Cream Soda to drink)
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:12
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Tonight I have mostly been eating soup.
So no faggots in your mouth tonight, then?


Oi'll get me coat...

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Old 28.01.2011, 20:13
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Homemade cheeseburger

(chopped my own chuck and fried very hot with salt and pepper. Added dijon and a slice of godminster cheddar and grilled. Ate with gruyere mashed potatoes and Italian spinach. A&W Cream Soda to drink)
That sounds amazing
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:26
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Baked Potatoes with grated cheddar cheese, baked beans and back bacon covered in red onion pickle followed by a spotted dick and custard
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:28
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Baked Potatoes with grated cheddar cheese, baked beans and back bacon covered in red onion pickle followed by a spotted dick and custard
What sort of potatoes do you use for good baking and where do you buy them please? I love a good baked potato with cheddar and beans!!
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:49
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

It was kids choice tonight so fish fingers, chips & beans all smothered in Heinz tomato sauce.
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Old 28.01.2011, 20:54
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What sort of potatoes do you use for good baking and where do you buy them please? I love a good baked potato with cheddar and beans!!

I am in the UK this weekend hence the Cheddar cheese & back Bacon. Got the baked potatoes in Sainsbury's

I always have problems in CH and have used potatoes from France but they are not really big enough...
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Old 28.01.2011, 21:06
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What sort of potatoes do you use for good baking and where do you buy them please? I love a good baked potato with cheddar and beans!!
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Old 28.01.2011, 21:28
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Second that.

In Migros, they have big bags labelled (amazingly) "Baked Potatoes" and these are perfect. Big and fluffy when cooked.
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Old 28.01.2011, 21:47
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Cheated tonight and went in cable car up local mountain (sort of mountain .. 1000m only ..) to have fondue .. accompanied by lovely yodelling. First time out without kids in .. oh .. about 3 years?? I joke not. Kind of weird but very nice.
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Old 28.01.2011, 22:43
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Cheated tonight and went in cable car up local mountain (sort of mountain .. 1000m only ..) to have fondue .. accompanied by lovely yodelling. First time out without kids in .. oh .. about 3 years?? I joke not. Kind of weird but very nice.
Was there yodeling at the restaurant? If so, which one may I ask was it? I've been trying to locate a restaurant that has some live yodeling.

Anyway, back on topic. I didn't have time for supper this evening and it's too darn late to have any now (I'll feel terrible if I eat now and then go to bed). I do know what I'm having for breakfast tomorrow though.. My darling husband brought some fancy-spancy chocolate from Laederach home for me
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Old 28.01.2011, 22:55
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Was there yodeling at the restaurant? If so, which one may I ask was it? I've been trying to locate a restaurant that has some live yodeling.
It was Berggasthaus Hintere Wasserfallen, BL. Probably a bit far for you? They do an evening fondue plausch once a month in winter only and always have some sort of traditional music while you eat. http://http://www.wasserfallenbahn.ch/Neu/start.htm It was fun.

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