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Derek Nimmo
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Another excellent spread 🇱🇧. You're really making me annoyed at the leftovers I had for dinner now.

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Oh, that macaroni cheese!

Homemade Nando's is a good shout. Did you spice your chips? You don't have much chicken (says the vegetarian!)

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It was serve yourself chicken; there was more to my left.

I just had sweet potato fries and the rest of them had curly fries. Both from Aldi.

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Ah phew. I was worried about the chicken. It looks good! Yours too bramble :love:

I have Burmese pork curry (meant to be made with lumps, I had mince :lol: looks like poo), and a bean thing from dishoom.
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God, you are all making me hungry! And Pip, you have reminded me that I have fresh peas, parsley and mint..

I have burgers planned for dinner, which is very dull really. I at least made a jar of fridge pickles earlier which will surely be a winner, and we have padrones to fry up later (for with a beer or two).

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I just had Leon lentil and spinach soup, but since I ate it straight out of the plastic tub it was microwaved in, I didn’t bother taking a photo :))

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We ordered in some amazing burgers last night that i didn’t take a picture of.

I made pesto and breadcrumb crusted cod for lunch with a very basic vegetable rice.
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We had 70s style pasta bake which is made with tins of condensed soup. It's really comforting and Beebie doesn't notice that there are lots of mushrooms and onions in :lol:
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Fridge bottom Frittatata (roasted sweet potato and broccoli, lardons, tomatoes and goats cheese that refuses to melt despite quite some time under the grill).

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I can't believe I've got to this age and never tried!!

I meant to ask what your dessert was?
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:mog: And I've just seen the comment under the photo!
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I might have just about exhausted my love for this sandwich for the time being.
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Turtles are eating ridiculously well! Feel free to pop in one of those sandwiches, Pip.

I made a lamb and red lentil shepherd's pie today, with crushed Jersey Royals on top.

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Crushed jersey royals. Delightful. I hope my veg box is good on Tuesday.

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I love the idea of crushed new potatoes on top of a pie. I will steal that.

I had meatballs on the most garlicky ciabatta ever. My garlic cloves are huge, like segments of a satsuma. It was lovely.
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Heebie, I'd be all over your massive cloves. And ciabatta. With no yeast and only sliced white bread at my disposal I have been yearning for different bread. Last week I got some panini and this week I got ciabatta and it has been life affirming.

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My bao buns, char sui pork and pickled veg yesterday. I was ridiculously pleased with the buns :mog:
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As you should be! They look great (as does everything else).

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Oh this all looks so good

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That all looks amazing, smal!

I've been making bread this week. Sourdough, cheese bread and shokupan.
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