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What's for tea tonight? (#8)

Discussion in 'suburban75' started by aqua, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. tarannau

    tarannau Mongolian eyed

    Kindly Mexican friends have supplied many (another one's bringing a big batch back next month hopefully) but I've purchased a kilo off MexGrocer (co.uk) that were decent and keenly priced (<£25), albeit fairly short dated. They're one of the few able to supply meco chipotle rather than the cheaper moritas -tbh you rarely even see moritas in Mexico, with the vast majority dedicated for export. Moritas will cost you about a fiver a kilo less. It's very much worth the upgrade fwiw - they're far more rounded and fuller of flavour.

    I can give you a great supplier off all kinds of dried mexican chillies (on ebay) - great quality and fresh, but a little costly. Thoroughly trustworthy and knowledgeable bloke too - highly recommended.
     
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  2. Greebo

    Greebo Free the Priceless One

    Bangers and mash. Comfort food for wet weather.
     
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  3. colacubes

    colacubes Well-Known Member

    Pub burger before going out to DJ tonight :)
     
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  4. poptyping

    poptyping Welsh for microwave.

    really busy wknd so gotta be something easy tonight... maybe chorizo and chickpea stew with couscous or a take away if feeling really lazy
     
  5. ringo

    ringo Macaroni cheese controller

    Got accidentally very drunk yesterday so we had a delivery from our local Chinese.

    Today I did tomato and bread soup for lunch. Just made a chicken & mushroom pie for tea with roast potatoes & carrots & garlic and steamed green beans and mange tout with gravy.
     
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  6. Numbers

    Numbers an ting!

    Herby chicken with roast spuds + cheesecake.
     
  7. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Helpful, bookish and a little bit rebellious

    Gammon steak and pineapple rings
    macaroni cheese
    Cheese
    Wine
    Cheese
    Wine
     
  8. Mrs Magpie

    Mrs Magpie On a bit of break...

    A stew of pork, onions, garlic, new potatoes and cabbage. A few chilli flakes for piquancy.
     
  9. Vintage Paw

    Vintage Paw Registered Loser

    Some kind of potato, spinach and tomato faux curry thing. Too much oil. It's quite good.
     
  10. moose

    moose Sat here like Piffy on a rock bun

    Stuffed mushrooms, roast spuds, carrots, sparagus. Sticky toffee pud with ice cream
    *bursts*
     
  11. mr steev

    mr steev unkempt clacker

    Roasted butternut squash, aubergine, peppers, tomatoes and cheese 'plait' type thing, with roast spuds, purple sprouting, carrots and peas
     
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  12. poptyping

    poptyping Welsh for microwave.

    pizza
     
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  13. sojourner

    sojourner Lord of the Ponce

    Made a stonking hot Mexican bean soup yesterday with tons of fresh coriander in it and homegrown chillis. MMmmm - exactly what I needed in that horrible weather and still getting over my lurgy. Have some for lunch today.

    Got stuff for feta/olives stuffed peppers tonight which we'll have with couscous
     
  14. Kanda

    Kanda Nosh Wagon

    Gallery/Lisboa Grill, in the pub watching the game.
     
  15. crustychick

    crustychick doo-woop-de-doo

    we're having a summer green stir fry with egg fried rice tonight... full of health points hopefully...
     
  16. ringo

    ringo Macaroni cheese controller

    Something something Lincolnshire sausages something.
     
  17. Greebo

    Greebo Free the Priceless One

    Among other things, orange panettone pudding.
     
  18. TitanSound

    TitanSound Mr Beardy Drummer

    Leftover curry. I'll be making fresh rice :D
     
  19. sojourner

    sojourner Lord of the Ponce

    Actually, am craving eggs and mushrooms now, so will do a mushroom and cheese frittata instead, with salad and couscous.
     
  20. sheothebudworths

    sheothebudworths Up the bum - no babies!!!

    My daughter's choice (it's her birthday)....southern style chicken fillets in sliced white with lettuce and mayo.

    Triple chocolate brownie birthday cake with chocolate fudge icing, strawberries and whipped cream for pudding once my bezzer arrives. :cool:
     
  21. idumea

    idumea no war but the bass war

    Spicy salmon fillet on a bed of lentils, crispy bacon and spinach. I am so skint this week after epic birthday celebrations. Fortunately, I have more frozen salmon, lentils, bacon and spinach than I know what to do with. There are less healthy things to live on for a week...
     
  22. Greebo

    Greebo Free the Priceless One

    mother & daughter reunion soup

    chicken soup with a fried egg in it
     
  23. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

    Bortch, Ukrainian style.
     
  24. poptyping

    poptyping Welsh for microwave.

    butternut squash and bacon soup + chesse toasty mmmm
     
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  25. kalidarkone

    kalidarkone Breaking in my bra

    Sausages, Mash Mushy peas and gravy!!!
     
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  26. moose

    moose Sat here like Piffy on a rock bun

    Enchiladas, made with peppers, courgettes, tomatoes, asparagus and spring onions. And without the coriander I went out specially to buy :facepalm:
     
  27. ringo

    ringo Macaroni cheese controller

    We had that, except with frozen peas.

    Tonight is smoked mackerel, new potatoes, cabbage & sugar snap peas.
     
  28. sojourner

    sojourner Lord of the Ponce

    That sounds well lush :cool:

    If fella goes rehearsal, me and our lass are on tuna/mayo baked spuds with salad. If not, we're all on feta/olive/onion stuffed peppers with couscous and salad
     
  29. sojourner

    sojourner Lord of the Ponce

    I hate that - did you spend the entire meal thinking it was lacking the coriander?
     
  30. TitanSound

    TitanSound Mr Beardy Drummer

    I've had a craving for some fish the last couple of days. Going to see if I can get a nice bit of salmon and crisp up the skin nicely. I'll have it with some greens and new pots.
     

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