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17-10-2020, 20:43   #6511
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Pizza and garlic bread.



Don't mind the burnedy one, that's how the OH likes em, disgracefully. All meat as well, chorizo and rashers.

The soft base was lovely on the chicken one, and onion and peppers cooked nicely without getting charred.

I love a load of sauce with garlic and fresh basil. I think when I reheat the leftovers tomorrow I'm going to put sheep's cheese on it because honestly it's the weekend so who cares.
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17-10-2020, 20:48   #6512
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I love burnty pizza, same with toast .
I'm starving but can't get off the couch due to pure laziness, I have 2 of the Saturday pizzas that are always recommended on the Aldi thread ,frozen chips and garlic bread, I'll try to haul myself up and throw them in the oven. The red wine has been poured.
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17-10-2020, 20:55   #6513
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Mrs G and Ms G had a cheapo four cheese pizza and chips this evening. They didn't want garlic bread with it. But sure they devoured it anyway. My last bit of spicy beef stir fry is close. Rice and chips with it. Another glass of beer before it. Really trying to believe I'm in a pub and getting a takeaway on the way home.
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17-10-2020, 21:06   #6514
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I'd massacre a kebab.
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Munching on all the Haribo we bought for the non existent trick or treaters.
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17-10-2020, 21:12   #6516
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Little brother cooked for us, fennel pasta sausage
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17-10-2020, 21:14   #6517
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Little brother cooked for us, fennel pasta sausage
Very nice presentation and it looks very tasty!
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17-10-2020, 21:21   #6518
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Very nice presentation and it looks very tasty!
It was savage!
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I'd massacre a kebab.
A dirty big Doner with chips. Bite into it and it runs down your chin. Scoop it up and throw it back in yer gob. A handful of chips in on top of it. Mop it all up with the fingers. I've never ever eaten a Kebab sober.
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17-10-2020, 21:25   #6520
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I've never ever eaten a Kebab sober.
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Must prep some for next weekend to have in a debauched frenzy and buy some of that nutritionally devoid iceberg lettuce for authenticity. I don't know how to shave off bits of lamb in the requisite way, but we'll figure out something.
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Must prep some for next weekend to have in a debauched frenzy and buy some of that nutritionally devoid iceberg lettuce for authenticity. I don't know how to shave off bits of lamb in the requisite way, but we'll figure out something.
Its not lamb! Its a lambish slab of something, but bring it on! Don't forget the sauce.
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Tinned sardine 'pâté' on wholegrain brown toast sprinkled with crunchy Maldon sea salt. Washed down with two mugs of tea.
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Its not lamb! Its a lambish slab of something, but bring it on! Don't forget the sauce.
I just read the ingredients in Asda’s kebab meat (600g). Basically 60% chicken 20% each of beef and lamb.
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After the spice of the last few days its back to traditional. Roast chicken dinner, mashed spuds, peas, turnip and carrot mash, croquettes and chicken gravy. Gonna break up the last of the Aldi mini choc chip muffins and have chocolate ice cream on top.

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A nice cold bottle of Heineken from the fridge, thinking a toasted ham cheese tomato and onion sandwich for a little snack in a while.
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