What's for tea tonight? (#8)

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

  1. Where is this from? I'm really missing south london curry :mad: :oops:
  2. colacubes

    colacubes Well-Known Member

    Eastern Cuisine on Gipsy Hill. It's the absolute nuts :cool:
  3. neonwilderness

    neonwilderness What would Badgers do?

    Leftover sausage casserole, maybe with a bottle glass of red
  4. I'll add it to the list for next time I'm in the ends :thumbs:
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  5. farmerbarleymow

    farmerbarleymow cooking expert and general daft apeth

    Mature cheddar, beetroot and spring onions.
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  6. onenameshelley

    onenameshelley is Major Morgan's bitch

    Tried out my new slow cooker, with fancy searing pan and went onto to make an oxtail Madras, not bad a bit oily but not bad first attempt using it.

    Tomorrow fish, chips n mushy peas, this is still my fav Friday night tea 30 odd years later.
  7. RubyToogood

    RubyToogood can't remember what goes here

    Veg curry to use up leftover veg. Brown rice, Pringles, chocolate with almonds.

    Obviously I started with the Pringles which may have been a mistake...
  8. farmerbarleymow

    farmerbarleymow cooking expert and general daft apeth

    Roasted veg focaccia.
  9. I'm doing pancetta and mushroom in a creamy garlic sauce with spaghetti and salad for tea tonight :oops:

    The garlic was a gift from my boss who bought it back from France. It's well fit and super strong. I'm not sure I've ever had garlic that strong before tbh :cool:
  10. blairsh

    blairsh bit adorable, bit annoying. Right on the cusp.

    Hotdogs for tea boys :cool:
  11. bellaozzydog

    bellaozzydog rolling turds in glitter

    full surf and turf with prawn cocktail and whole fucking lobsters. Normal Saturday night meal on vessels around the world. I had prawn cocktail some onion rings and a yoghurt

    Its a way of counting down time when you are at sea. I currently have 6 steak nights till i get back to dry land (6 weeks)
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  12. Replaced the salad with vodka :thumbs:
  13. farmerbarleymow

    farmerbarleymow cooking expert and general daft apeth

    Chargrilled veg & pesto pizza.
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  14. danny la rouge

    danny la rouge Warning: posts may cause vasovagal presyncope

  15. Pasta pesto and a cookie and ice cream sandwich :thumbs:
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  16. neonwilderness

    neonwilderness What would Badgers do?

    Last night:
    Chicken tikka bhuna
    Pilau rice
    Gobi chana aloo
    Garlic naan

    Tonight will be leftovers from last night :cool:
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  17. PippinTook

    PippinTook Well-Known Member

    Omelette and chips...slimming world style.
    A mcvities gold bar. They're my new discovery and delicious :D
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  18. onenameshelley

    onenameshelley is Major Morgan's bitch

    Slow cooked (in at 7.30am when feeding the babby) lamb shanks in a redcurrant and Red wine sauce, with onion and 4 nice fat cloves of garlic ( I had to stop MrONS stealing the garlic out of the pot mid afternoon:mad:)spinach mash, green beans and some cauliflower that needed eating. :thumbs:
  19. killer b

    killer b Feat. Sean Paul

    Galettes De Breton (Buckwheat pancakes stuffed with ham, cheese & egg)
  20. moose

    moose like some cat from Japan

    Falafel, salad and sriracha no-mayo in a wrap, with some frites on the side. Some funny profiterole things. Two very strong martinis.
  21. ringo

    ringo Macaroni cheese controller

    Have been on holiday - mostly eating fresh fish and greasy chips, finishing with a Wetherspoons sirloin steak and chips on Saturday and a Harvester lunch for my Mum's birthday yesterday of bird, surf and turf. A surprisingly good spicy chicken breast, well cooked rump steak, odd two little prawns in batter and some fries.
    Beans on toast for tea.
    Tonight will be penne arrabatia with some cubed mozzarella lobbed in.
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  22. sojourner

    sojourner Where's me readers?

    Chippy tea after we've finished the last of the packing for Ireland :cool:
  23. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    I make this loads in summer - although not the Anna Jones version. I tend to put crayfish tails in it which you can get really cheap from Lidl and all the rest of the ingredients come from the Halal grocers down the road - again very cheap. It's such a lovely summer meal.
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  24. campanula

    campanula plant a seed

    Tomato, spring onion and Taleggio tart, watercress, orange and walnut salad. redcurrant sorbet
  25. killer b

    killer b Feat. Sean Paul

    This again. So nice, you should all get in on this. I took a photo so you can see how lush it is. 20180813_192259.jpg
  26. Looby

    Looby Well-Known Member

    I’ve been volunteering at a festival since Tuesday and have actually eaten really well.
    Our team has a kitchen and cooks who make vegan food every night. We’ve had veggie risotto, fajitas and nachos, Turkish stew, veg curry and coconut dal.

    Obviously there’s also been junk too. Dominos were two doors down from the welfare tent (and half price for staff) so I’ve had a couple of pizzas too.

    Got home this evening and Mr Looby made roast chicken, stuffing, roast potatoes, carrots and broccoli.
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  27. twentythreedom

    twentythreedom Seagulls are cunts

    Boiled ham, new potatoes, cauliflower cheese, peas
  28. Mrs Miggins

    Mrs Miggins Dirty little feet

    Think I'll just have cheese on toast as I got home late.
  29. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    Spiced, roasted carrot and bean curry (from this fabulous traybake recipe book I've just bought) and a salmon fillet.
  30. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    I've just come back from Brittany. I ate SO MANY galettes and drunk SO much cider. So so lush.

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