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13-01-2021, 19:39   #7741
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chicken breast with potato,onions carrots green beans and all steam cooked.
Jaysus Christ man, the weight is fallin' off ya.
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13-01-2021, 19:41   #7742
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Jaysus Christ man, the weight is fallin' off ya.
im trying rows im trying,said i would give it a go as its a new year and try lose some weight.if i can lose a stone or bit more i,ll be delighted
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Roast beef, mashed potatoes and peas
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13-01-2021, 20:21   #7744
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Roast beef, mashed potatoes and peas
What's your address? Had similar on Sunday last and would try it again. Do you have gravy?
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What's your address? Had similar on Sunday last and would try it again. Do you have gravy?
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( bring your own gravy )
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13-01-2021, 21:16   #7746
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What's your address? Had similar on Sunday last and would try it again. Do you have gravy?
I used the gravy from the beef over the potatoes, I’m afraid I’m over the 5km away. Highlight of my day is deciding what to have for dinner
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I used the gravy from the beef over the potatoes, I’m afraid I’m over the 5km away. Highlight of my day is deciding what to have for dinner

Dunno..
Hard to see that this would not be the very definition of an essential journey
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Meltdown called for a Thai Takeaway
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Chicken fillet bap with lettuce, tomato and mayo on seeded bun. Cup of tea.

I specifically went into the shop to buy turkey sausages and they were sold out so I got Denny meat free ones instead. Will try them in the coming days.
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13-01-2021, 21:59   #7750
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A nice big lump of ham. Plenty of mashed potatoes. Parsley sauce. And a carrot and parsnip mash from the garden.
I think I'm going off meat though. I prefer the potato and veg to the meat. I might try a few meat free days.
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A bag of Banshee bones now
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potato with mince,asparagas,carrots,onions and green beans,all steam cooked and a pint of water.
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I minced garlic with butter and smothered a fillet steak with it. Had it with baked potato. Delicious but I'm still hungry even though it was huge. After each mouthful I kept thinking....mmm yum but what will I rustle up after
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Its like my student days tonight. Scoopin a beer or three and then having the left over takeaway from last night. Fortunately I have things like a fridge, a microwave and clingfilm. In 1990 it was left at room temp overnight and all day only to be reheated in a pot on the cooker.
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