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    Tonight for dinner I had a microwave bag of vegetables, long green bean, carrots, broccoli, and those funny little yellow sweet corn thingies, of course I opened a can of beef madras with it. what a feast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbey1 View Post
    I used to make full dinners every night, when the kids were still at home, my husband tells me, don't bother cooking, I'll just throw something together. Ok by me.

    The last time my son and his family were at the house, I let my daughter-in-law cook whatever the kids wanted, she baked a cake, and everything!
    I wish my husband would say that! Lol. But he's not mean, he picks up some TV dinners for emergencies, lol. I haven't had to cook on Holidays in a couple of years and it's wonderful. My twin daughters and older granddaughters do it all and I just stay out of the way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Tonight for dinner I had a microwave bag of vegetables, long green bean, carrots, broccoli, and those funny little yellow sweet corn thingies, of course I opened a can of beef madras with it. what a feast.

    That looks good, but 'Where's the Beef?', hahaha. I like veggies too Neo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by potlatch View Post
    That looks good, but 'Where's the Beef?'


    Here’s the beef.

    As I’m away from home during the week on this contract I make and eat my meals in the site canteen, I try to vary what I eat, rice.... vegetables, or something. The company I work for gives us money to buy food as not many food outlets are open..... and I’m working in West Sussex
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    Dinner? 250 gram salmon steak done with hoisin sauce on it...and...a bag of microwave veges. I've bumped all my wine nights to just Saturday, so...I had a glass of water with it but kept my eye on the shiraz sitting there!

    My water is pumped from the proverbial babbling brook...with no cattle, bananas or ^&^%^& ducks upstream to ruin it. I filter it down to 5 microns through charcoal filters...and...the kitchen cold water...down to a half micron. Best drink, imaginable...especially going into home brew beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post


    Here’s the beef.

    As I’m away from home during the week on this contract I make and eat my meals in the site canteen, I try to vary what I eat, rice.... vegetables, or something. The company I work for gives us money to buy food as not many food outlets are open..... and I’m working in West Sussex
    It all looks good Neo!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbey1 View Post
    I have a roast in the slow cooker (I bought one of those insta pots and, it also slow cooks) put in an envelope of onion soup mix and some carrots. (No potatoes)
    Instapot rocks. Made sure I got an extra inner pot and of course the silicon lids. Pop on a lid, toss it in the fridge as leftovers...and I have the other inner pot ready to go if need be.
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    Tonight we had Battered cod and chips, with mushy peas, bread and butter, ice cream and fruit.
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    We had chicken , vegetable, and noodle stir fry in a Chinese mild sauce.
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