Having corned beef hash followed by bread and butter pudding.
I roasted some veg in Moroccan seasoning and served with cous cous.
It was OK and I love the mix of colours when I cook something like this.
I do like that you’ve got two meals
Make loads of side veg and potato to make it go further…
Chicken bacon and leek. There were chips and peas and then cheesecake to follow up so I’m not going to starve any time soon…
What was the wine? Always open to a wine reco
Doing Sunday. Potatoes, Yorkshires, vegetarian grill jobs, carrots, broccoli and peas.
Bought some wine as a present for my dad, may well open it and buy him another. Or got some Prosecco in the fridge!
About to make mushroom gravy on pasta. Please only @ me if you think that sounds delicious.
Had a lovely wee bottle of Albariño
Big fan of the ol’ Albariño lopes, great choice.
So in amongst everything from waitrose I’ve got
Cheese and chive sauce
Boursin directly as a result of the Boursin thread
What, of that, do I have for me Sunday tea?
Pasta and boursin sandwich.
Lamb chops and new potatoes
Depends what you’ve eaten already.
‘Tea’ suggests something small. So maybe cheese on toast spread with boursin topped with cheddar and a salad on the side.
If something larger, lamb chops with roasted new potatoes. Do you have anything you could make a salsa verde or pesto type thing with? Carrots n green veg too, if you have them.
Ha actually all I’ve had today is a small portion of cheesy chips at about 1pm.
Might save the chops for tomorrow night as a self hug before back to work.
Something with the new potatoes might be a goer though.
Tea means dinner. The ‘tea means supper’ thing is a myth.
Tea is only tea if it’s picky bits, sandwiches, cheese on toast etc.
It’s dinner if it’s a proper cooked meal.
Nahhhh tea in my house is anything served post 6pm.
A full roast dinner is never ‘tea’.
The most I’d allow would be a full English.