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25-03-2020, 21:55   #4981
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I thought so too but I feel it's fancier than a €9.50 bottle of red thrown in the microwave.

I'm gonna try it in a saucepan, maybe with a sprinkle of ginger & cinnamon.
Not bad at all! The hardest part is trying to avoid inhaling the alcohol steam as you raise the cup to your face.

7/10
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26-03-2020, 01:15   #4982
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Not bad at all! The hardest part is trying to avoid inhaling the alcohol steam as you raise the cup to your face.

7/10
Don’t boil off the alcohol in it
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26-03-2020, 06:37   #4983
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Can of Linden Village.
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Can of Linden Village.
Might as well.
Who else is keeping up with their new year's resolutions of clean living eh?

Breakfast will be hummous on toast again, and coffee.

I made tuna and white bean "salad" for lunch.

Going to roast some sweet potatoes.
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26-03-2020, 09:01   #4985
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Homemade soda bread and marmalade for breakfast.
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26-03-2020, 09:10   #4986
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Don’t boil off the alcohol in it
Sh1t. Maybe that's why it was so easy to drink!
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Just polished off a bowl of porridge with peanut butter and a few sliced strawberries on the side. I am in flavour country.
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I thought so too but I feel it's fancier than a €9.50 bottle of red thrown in the microwave.

I'm gonna try it in a saucepan, maybe with a sprinkle of ginger & cinnamon.
Ohh happy days sipping that in a tiny old bar in Gdansk, people watching out the window in the depths of winter.

Breville with turkey, cheese and lots of red onion with tea.
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Just polished off a bowl of porridge with peanut butter and a few sliced strawberries on the side. I am in flavour country.
Just picked the lumps of white and green mould off the last of the bread and toasted it. So amI!!

( still no sign of death).
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Might as well.
Who else is keeping up with their new year's resolutions of clean living eh?

Breakfast will be hummous on toast again, and coffee.

I made tuna and white bean "salad" for lunch.

Going to roast some sweet potatoes.
I went shopping earlier for my aunt. She gave me roughly 0.5 Kg of frozen smoked salmon. Allowing it to thaw in the fridge. Hopefully be ready to have some of it tomorrow evening.
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I have another steak in the fridge that has to be fried up tonight. Not sure what to have with it. Did a couple of homemade bugers in babs with chips for the other half of the crew earlier. Might do some mashed spuds.
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A glass of cheap red on an empty stomach.

G'wan Pac1Man you mad bastard ye!
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I was going to wait for wine o clock but it's Friday and you have inspired me Pac1Man.

Craving a pizza all day, skipped lunch while working outside so it's an early dinner of frozen spinach and riccotta pizza with some turkey and 6 croquettes in the oven.

The mother in law likes her basic dinners and is not into anything frozen or spicy but I need my curries or a bit of junk food every now and again.
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Chocolate cake and coffee
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An oven baked crispy chicken fajita with two spring rolls and a jammy donut.
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