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Old 17-04-2019, 07:16 AM   #11
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Yesterday's was:

Fried, then roasted chicken thighs. The meat was then sliced and chopped.
Brown rice.
Raw, shredded white cabbage and peas.
All mixed together, with a satay/coconut sauce.

....there's none left for my lunch.
That sounds lovely - Did you prepare that?


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I think it might be.

I take a load back with me every time I drive back, plus brown sauce, baked beans (I recently discovered Branston baked beans and now prefer them to Heinz,) salad cream etc.
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And of course, loads and loads of teabags.
I thought putting a dash of Worcester sauce in my beans was sophisticated enough

I know a couple of Brits living in France (20 yrs) that still make food runs, and most surprising thing on their ‘Brit food’ list is that dreadful cheap, white, sliced, bread - they reckon the French have no such equivalent - I am not surprised to hear that
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I know a couple of Brits living in France (20 yrs) that still make food runs, and most surprising thing on their ‘Brit food’ list is that dreadful cheap, white, sliced, bread - they reckon the French have no such equivalent - I am not surprised to hear that


Not me. I like my French bread.
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(I recently discovered Branston baked beans and now prefer them to Heinz,)
Best kept secret in the beans world.

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And of course, loads and loads of teabags.
You can stick your fancy coffees up your arse, tea is the drink of geniuses. No one ever spent hours tinkering in a shed and invented anything worthwhile drinking coffee.

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That sounds lovely - Did you prepare that?
It was. I can't claim it. It was a case of what's in cupboard. Michelle invented the sauce, as she likes peanuts and coconuts. I bet she doesn't even know what was in it, just keep adding stuff until it tastes right.

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Not me. I like my French bread.
I'd be the size of a house if I had access to freshly baked French bread (I bet the French just call it bread.) on a daily basis. I'm sat here dreaming of a rabbit and apricot stew, with a chunk of bread.
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Best kept secret in the beans world.
Indeed.


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You can stick your fancy coffees up your arse, tea is the drink of geniuses. No one ever spent hours tinkering in a shed and invented anything worthwhile drinking coffee.
Again, agreed.


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It was. I can't claim it. It was a case of what's in cupboard. Michelle invented the sauce, as she likes peanuts and coconuts. I bet she doesn't even know what was in it, just keep adding stuff until it tastes right.
It 'sounded' great anyway dude.

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I'd be the size of a house if I had access to freshly baked French bread (I bet the French just call it bread.) on a daily basis. I'm sat here dreaming of a rabbit and apricot stew, with a chunk of bread.
Le pain. (pronounced Luhpan)

(And coincidentally rabbit is lapin - pronounced Lahpan)

And also coincidentally, I've put a load of weight on.
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It was. I can't claim it. It was a case of what's in cupboard. Michelle invented the sauce, as she likes peanuts and coconuts. I bet she doesn't even know what was in it, just keep adding stuff until it tastes right.

Sometimes, those are the best meals.
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