What did you have for dinner last night?

Healthy or not so healthy?...

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24/10/2003 at 09:15
Go on blind me with you culinary wizardry!...

Me: 1 slice of a rather large pepperoni pizza...and 3 jam donuts!

did a big food shop an hour before not good but extremely tasty.
Flipper    pirate
24/10/2003 at 09:16
salmon fillet, boiled rice, peas and sweetcorn...

..and 3 glasses of wine and 15 jelly babies!!!!!!!
24/10/2003 at 09:18
A frozen Tesco Healthy Eating Sweet Chilli Chicken with Noodles.

Didn't take much preparation and I could even taste it through my cold.


(btw - I would recommend it - it tastes great)
24/10/2003 at 09:29
oooh flipper that is one of my favourite quick dishes!!

I had a Sainsbury good for you chicken chow mein, which was suprisingly tasty, would have followed it with some chocolate but forgot to stop at the shop on my way home so had to do without!
iron fraggle    pirate
24/10/2003 at 09:30
ahem, cauliflower cheese and fish fingers !!
24/10/2003 at 09:35
spag with pesto and side salad and glass or organic apple juice with kids

then 1/2 bott wine and a chip butty with Thin Spouse

OK I lied

2 chip butties

and some maltesers seem to have dematerialised over night
24/10/2003 at 09:38
flr: Go girl! Aww...Mmmm Chip butties....
24/10/2003 at 09:41
Hi All

Medium chicken breast (Skinless, grilled)

Red, green, yellow peppers, onions, mushrooms, spring onions, tomato flesh (not seeds) lightly stir fried in olive oil and bound in some tomato, basil and garlic sauce.

Some brown rice flavoured with tumeric.

Desert was an Activia low fat yogurt and a kiwifruit.

This was at around 21:00 last night after a 9 miler.

24/10/2003 at 09:47
I am not worthy MK

you on the other hand are too pure for this wicked world

24/10/2003 at 09:49
I worked late yesterday so I had leftover spicy Mexican pork (made with the lean escalopes) in a jacket spud. Nice and warming....
24/10/2003 at 09:52
< dribble...slurp>
Genius MK, pure genius!
24/10/2003 at 10:11
Desperately need to do a shop but managed to find an M&S salmon-in-sauce-in-puffpastry thing in the freezer, with a baked potato. No veg in but had some tinned fruit with last dollop of icecream (Green&Blacks mmm).

Has anyone ever done an online shop? Do you get better bargains or are they the same as in-store?
24/10/2003 at 10:24
Spent evening with body-building girlfriend so we 'had' to have two dinners each (she eats miniumum of six meals per day and I just can't sit there and go without)!

1st one: Chicken, Pasta, Brocoli, and Cauliflower.

2nd one (3hrs later): Salmon, Brown Rice and assorted leafy things.

24/10/2003 at 11:15
Hi All

Gee thanks snoop, flr, although I not sure about the too pure part ;).

All that time I spent in catering college and in hot kitchens in the past has paid off :)

Bon Appitit :)

WildWill    pirate
24/10/2003 at 11:23
I had chillied tiger prawns with mixed peppers and brown balsami rice in wraps

Followed by a yogurt
24/10/2003 at 12:00
Chiken beast (skinless) bruhsed with olive oil and balsamic vineger
steamed broccoli and green beans.

Pleased with myself that I didnt open a bottle of wine, still feel so virtuous.
24/10/2003 at 12:01
that was chicken bReast of course
24/10/2003 at 12:23
gawd, all these healthy people - I had some unidentifiable processed plastic reconstituted cr*p last night 'cos couldn't be *rsed (rubbish traffic, every man & his dog with scrawling brat at Tescos on way home - no offence to dogs). Bizarrely, hubby had steak in ale that I'd conscientiously cooked up the previous night, am still trying to work out why I didn't share. That's it - too much red meat bad for you. Plastic e-numbers much better.
24/10/2003 at 12:52
I had masses and masses of boiled and steamed veg (broccoli, onion, carrot, cauliflower, new pots) with a cheese sauce and lots of pepper... yum! No alcohol either, but Im going to make up for that tonight ;-)
24/10/2003 at 13:07
Fish and chips bought on the way home from work and half a pint of cooking sherry....
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