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Unread 6 Dec 19, 09:37 PM  
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Starters were trying the Tesco finest party selection of their finest Prawn roses, very nice, and chicken satay spring rolls, nice. I made two curries: chicken tikka with spinach and aubergine and spinach, both scrummy. served wth thai rice
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Smoked haddock with broccoli yummy
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Homemade quorn chilli with chestnut mushrooms, chick peas and kidney beans.
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before i went into hospital the other week, i spent the previous couple of weeks pre-cooking a bunch of big pan slow meat dishes. mostly using mutton or beef shin. the sort of stuff using cuts of meat that needs cooking for at least 5 hours. i then portioned a couple of tubs of each off into the freezer so the amount of cooking we need to do for the following few weeks was minimal (boil some rice, do a pan of veg, that sort of thing)

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mutton madras
beef shin tikka masala
matter paneer
beef bourginon with normal suet dumplings
beef goulash (with knedliky/dumplings)
and a couple of tubs of pulled pork (one dry, one with yellow dogs eats' fish's famous gold sauce) from a reduced price 80p pork shoulder we found in asda

on top of this, i also have a few tubs of base sauce... basically onions and spices with meat that can be easily added to to make yet more quick meals... just add tomatoes (or other sauce) and beans/chickpeas/mushrooms/veg

the only problem is we now have a completely full freezer, so need to start going through some of the drawers to see what else can be used easily

tonight is the mutton madras, so when i get home, i just need a cup of rice, a cup of boiling water, a ham stock cube and a dash of turmeric, stick it in a glass jug, cover with a plate and microwave for 8 mins, stir, then stand for 5. i might nip to the asian supermarket on the way home and pick up some onion parathas and maybe a few fresh bhaji to go with it...

(i normally make my own bhaji , but i'm taking things easy for a couple more weeks while i fully recover)
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Tonight were going for a rare meal out with DD, DS, DDIL and 6 DGKs... meal booked in advance so duck and sloe give pate followed by braised pork belly, leeks, fennel and mashed potato and then an orange and stem ginger creme brle and coffee and mince pies to finish...
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Tonight were going for a rare meal out with DD, DS, DDIL and 6 DGKs... meal booked in advance so duck and sloe give pate followed by braised pork belly, leeks, fennel and mashed potato and then an orange and stem ginger creme brle and coffee and mince pies to finish...
Oooh, that sounds yummy. Enjoy
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