Discussion in 'Recipes and Cooking' started by mart, Jun 24, 2022.
We are having ham steak, Italian potato salad, and spring peas with a nice little Pinot Noir.
Hickory smoked spare ribs, german potato salad, corn on the cob, cheesy asparagi baked under a breadcrumb hat, yeast rolls with cinnamon honey butter, and a tossed salad that may come out of the fridge but it wont be me.
Chili from the freezer tonight, with some grated cheddar and sour cream on top. Some toast on the side for Hubby, and his and DM's salad for me.
The rest of our cassoulet with the remainder of a baguette, and pineapple. The leftovers are taking over the fridge and we need to eat some soon!
Had a grilled NY Strip with rice.
Air fryer BBQ chicken, fresh green salad and backed savoury sweet potato wedges.
Fried meat free mince, fried onions with garlic, chilli.Potatoes, cabbage, peas, carrots, sprouts and gravy.
Fresh asparagus from the garden,, pork souvlaki and basmatti rice with fresh herbs.
I've looked this recipe up a few times since you first mentioned it MG. There are so many variations - would you mind sharing yours?
Melody, I'd be happy to share. I'll send you a private message.
Happy Friday everyone! Plans are to finish weeding the tomatoes and peppers, fix lunch and dinner (which will include fresh sweet corn on the cob), do some recreational reading, and cut a few roses for a living room bouquet. I'll probably end up deadheading the roses while I'm out.Gardening goes on forever, even if the gardener can't!
It's well known in my family that I have no interest in cooking. The sheer number of (cheap to make) food programmes on TV amazes and annoys me. Are they that popular?
I enjoy my food, my wife took a Cordon Bleu course at night school twice, she enjoyed it so much, so I'm well fed.
I always make my own lunch, it's less work for my wife, I'm happy with toast with either scrambled egg, beans etc., or any sort of sandwich.
But lately I've branched out and have taught myself to prepare a crab salad.
Just, lettuce, tomatoes, red pepper, spring onions, a salad dressing and a £3 can of Kingfisher lump crab from Asda.
(I'm not into presentation either)
That lunch, and your style of lunches, is right up my Hubby's alley DHR. He would enjoy that dish. Aren't you a lucky man to have such a talented wife/chef. She must enjoy getting into the kitchen to make the dinner menu.
Parmessan Chicken and spinach salad for these two love birds tonight.
Chips, baked beans and 2 fried eggs.
Lamb meat, our own sugar bon peas and fried potato wedges with garlic and rosemary. Three choc ice cream for pud
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