No idea what to have for tea tonight any suggestions ??
It was tapas last night,and cottage pie Thursday so not in a meat mood
bake a large sour dough crusty loaf (like a big round half football one)
scoop out inside and make into a makeshift bowl
fill bread bowl with home made fish chowder
Marc.S wrote (see)
bake a large sour dough crusty loaf (like a big round half football one) scoop out inside and make into a makeshift bowl fill bread bowl with home made fish chowder
Yummy !!!and I guess you should go for it as you liked it as well.
But don't forget to invite me on tea
oooh yum........we are having pasta .......penne then stir in creme fraiche garlic roule and fried pancetta luverly
Stuffed pork loin wrapped in Parma ham....
*Just had fresh pasta with bolognese sauce, olives, focaccia dipped in oil and balsamic and am finishing off with a couple of brandy liqueur and honey truffles
*Yes I know it's early - I was ravenous
I'm having dinner this evening instead of tea (posh twat). Lol.
I'm going to make an arse-burner curry.
I'm having a cheese burger, not one of those yucky things you get from T*sc* but a proper burger made from meat.
Of course you could have cheese.
settlede on veggie soup and crusty bread
Tonight, very large T bone steak, large field mushroom and a few potato wedges
Lamb chops with pesto and vine tomatoes.
Not something you'd expect to find in the homes of an old pit town but we're sooooooooo 2013 thesedays.
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