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BIG X

What's For Tea???

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...or dinner if you prefer :)

 

It is the perennial question in our house - well from me anyway. :lol:

 

I'm starving - but I haven't a clue - Chinese / Kebeb / Indian / Pizza - OK you guessed it - it will be take out tonight - but what are you having??? :popcorn:

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Thai tonight - we're going out to celebrate my daughter's 20th birthday, we went out for Italian last night to celebrate my birthday.  We'll be on very thin gruel until the end of January after tonight.

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Trying to decide between:

1.  Chinese - Venison and broccoli,  

2.  Mexican - Venison burritos,

3.  Venison roast with potatoes and fixings

4.  Pan fried pickerel/walleye with potatoes

 

Can you guess it's my night to cook?

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Looks like Venison :lol:

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A piece of poached white fish if my internal consumption engine can handle it. Not feeling too chipper today.

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Food.  Definitely food. :shrug:

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8 minutes ago, Darby said:

A piece of poached white fish if my internal consumption engine can handle it. Not feeling too chipper today.

I hope you fell better soon - was it a too merry Christmas???

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11 minutes ago, Mike said:

Food.  Definitely food. :shrug:

Ah - The oldest trick in the book that - if in doubt - call it "food" :lol:

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36 minutes ago, Wez said:

Thai tonight - we're going out to celebrate my daughter's 20th birthday, we went out for Italian last night to celebrate my birthday.  We'll be on very thin gruel until the end of January after tonight.

I love a Thai Green Curry- but often the consequences are a little breezy - tastes amazing though - have a great night :thumbsup:

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Just about to start making a paella. My neighbours spend Six months in India and bring back spices etc for me as we keep an eye on the house, water plants, sort the post etc.Usually brings back a biggish packet of saffron as it is cheap out there, unlike the UK.

Agree about Thai Green Curry, is a family favourite, although my son has just returned from three months in Thailand so we may not have it for a while.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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44 minutes ago, BIG X said:

I love a Thai Green Curry- but often the consequences are a little breezy - tastes amazing though - have a great night :thumbsup:

 

I prefer Thai Red Curry myself but green lends itself much better to prawns or fish.  I've never been to this restaurant before but both my wife and daughter have and both really rate it so I'm sure we'll have a great night thanks!

 

43 minutes ago, Martin T said:

Just about to start making a paella. My neighbours spend Six months in India and bring back spices etc for me as we keep an eye on the house, water plants, sort the post etc.Usually brings back a biggish packet of saffron as it is cheap out there, unlike the UK.

 

I love paella, one of my favourite meals, do a neat version (even if I do say so myself), with plenty of chilli, chorizo, chicken and prawns, unfortunately I'm not allowed to use mussels as I'm the only one who likes them so I use some mushrooms thrown in late on so they stay firm.  One thing you definitely need for that dish is lots of saffron - I get mine from an ethnic food shop near me, whilst it's cheaper than the high street stores it still isn't that cheap!

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7 minutes ago, Wez said:

 

I prefer Thai Red Curry myself but green lends itself much better to prawns or fish.

Prawns or chicken for me!!!

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The Flesh of my enemies slaughtered and  butchered  this afternoon   :mg:

 

 

                                                         OR  :hmmm:

 

 

Beef curry garlic naan bread and a couple beers :eat:

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3 minutes ago, Panzer Vor!!! said:

The Flesh of my enemies slaughtered and  butchered  this afternoon   :mg:

 

 

                                                         OR  :hmmm:

 

 

Beef curry garlic naan bread and a couple beers :eat:

 

The curry sounds better & the beers sound even better than that :cheers:

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4 minutes ago, BIG X said:

 

The curry sounds better & the beers sound even better than that :cheers:

True probaly too tired to cook after all that running around and any way knowing my luck probable tough and tasteless

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Pasty (Iceland),Chips (Aunt Bessie) and Branston....Then indigestion....

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Some sort of roasted vegetable concoction and I believe I saw some chicken! The perils of living with my wife and stepdaughters and their constantly mutating dietary requirements.

 

I have a backup of the leftover Bolognese from last night and, in preparation, I have added some chilli powder. Later on I can have it covered in cheese with a couple of slices of bread and butter!

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SWIMBO is making her special version of a chilli, with garlic bread, rice and chips. Nowt flash for me, though I do have a bottle of Lancaster Bomber cooling in the fridge.

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4 minutes ago, depressed lemur said:

SWIMBO is making her special version of a chilli, with garlic bread, rice and chips. Nowt flash for me, though I do have a bottle of Lancaster Bomber cooling in the fridge.

 

A good home made chilli is a thing of utter delight!  I can't manage rice, GB and chips these days but it sounds great! :eat:

 

Now are you sure only one bottle of Lancaster Bomber will be enough...:fraidnot::wicked:

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Chicken sandwiches and a packet of crisps.

 

Rio

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My girlfriend was supposed to be taking me out for a meal tonight as it is my birthday today. However, we have decided to get an Indian curry delivered instead so I can now stuff my face and watch Grand Tour at the same time.

 

Dave

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Not much, went out for lunch so still full.

 

Duncan B

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1 hour ago, Vince1159 said:

Pasty (Iceland),Chips (Aunt Bessie) and Branston....Then indigestion....

Living in a Ginsters paradise eh ;)

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52 minutes ago, Jockster said:

The perils of living with my wife

A cross we all have to bear (Joke) :lol:

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