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14-09-2020, 22:20   #6286
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I discovered a new bread. Cuthbert's brown soda. Yummy.
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15-09-2020, 21:14   #6287
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Curry noodles tonight with a cheese sandwich. Everything that is not really much came from Aldi. Had Cottage Pie for brunch. The girls had that for dinner last night and tonight. Baked beans on the side. Getting tight enough here and today's plan won't help.
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I discovered a new bread. Cuthbert's brown soda. Yummy.
Ha, I just bought that today to serve with salmon, cottage cheese and chives tomorrow.

Today was a heavy one because it's all go at the moment and we're running on fumes so might as well try and sustain ourselves somehow! Breakfast was hash browns and a chorizo and egg wrap with cheese, fried onion and mushrooms.


Dinner was a very creamy pasta with cooked chicken and ham.


Dessert was apple and rhubarb crumbles with cream and custard. Took em out of the freezer myself and everything, haha. Handy to do portions in ramekins the fruits are in season though, then shtick em in the oven for twenty minutes when you want em.
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That all looks tasty. You must be in Cork city too so. The bread was super fresh and crumbly. I had an upset stomach and thought the soda would settle it.
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That all looks tasty. You must be in Cork city too so. The bread was super fresh and crumbly. I had an upset stomach and thought the soda would settle it.
Hope you're feeling better.

I bought my sister and her family a lockdown present and the final gift arrived today. Excitedly I went to the post office only to be told there is no post to Australia
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Hope you're feeling better.

I bought my sister and her family a lockdown present and the final gift arrived today. Excitedly I went to the post office only to be told there is no post to Australia
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Just realised I meant to post the above in the trivially annoying thread
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Making Chicken Curry and Rice for dinner. Have a few cans for humpday.
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Making Chicken Curry and Rice for dinner. Have a few cans for humpday.
Take a picture! What type of cans?!
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Simple chicken with buttery potatoes and kale..mmm
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Nice. Who needs sauce when you have buttery spuds.

NEWS ALERT - Aldi Meatballs are absolutely crap! Cooked them today with mash and gravy for the girls. My heart bled as I watched them struggle and be polite. I tasted one and it was like a ball of rubber. I usually make them or buy in from my local butcher. The Supervalu version are good too. Stay away from Aldi Meatballs if you have the taste for decent meat. The spuds were good as they are real local.

I'm trying to budget things out by buying meat from Aldi, but I'm done. I can take their sausages, rashers and pudding, but the little extra in the local butcher for chicken, beef and pork is worth it. Grabbed a piece of sirloin from the freezer earlier to defrost, so it will be that with mash, mushrooms, peas and a drop of gravy. Aldi for loads of stuff, but they can fook off yet again for their fresh meat products!
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Sorry I ate it before I seen this post... Cans of Stella, it was on-sale today 8 cans for 9:80
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Two giant crispy piping hot sausage rolls with caramelized onion relish and a small mountain of various tomatoes. Served with a bottle of ice cold Pepsi max.
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Nice. Who needs sauce when you have buttery spuds.

NEWS ALERT - Aldi Meatballs are absolutely crap! Cooked them today with mash and gravy for the girls. My heart bled as I watched them struggle and be polite. I tasted one and it was like a ball of rubber. I usually make them or buy in from my local butcher. The Supervalu version are good too. Stay away from Aldi Meatballs if you have the taste for decent meat. The spuds were good as they are real local.

I'm trying to budget things out by buying meat from Aldi, but I'm done. I can take their sausages, rashers and pudding, but the little extra in the local butcher for chicken, beef and pork is worth it. Grabbed a piece of sirloin from the freezer earlier to defrost, so it will be that with mash, mushrooms, peas and a drop of gravy. Aldi for loads of stuff, but they can fook off yet again for their fresh meat products!
Have you ever tried Hardings Butchers or The Hogan Stand for meat G ?
I'd usually get mine from either . The Hogan Stands meatballs are lovely .

Thinking of carrot/potato mash here with a soft fried egg .
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Chocolate and walnut brownie with raspberry sorbet, having dinner out this evening.
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