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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #25 on: 22 Sep 12 / 05:33 PM »
I have been able to drop an easy 15 pounds (just better than a stone) by reducing my carbs.  But that's all the further I ever get... I don't go completely carb-free.  I still eat loads of fresh fruit and veggies.  I mainly just cut out grains/breads/pastas.  But it's not a lifestyle I feel like I can really adopt forever.  I would go broke trying to feed my family that way!

I agree that it's not something that can be sustained for long periods of time, but it does work as a short-term way to lose weight quick!  And it is expensive! All that meat!
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #26 on: 22 Sep 12 / 05:36 PM »
Tonight, we are having Pizza Slut.
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #27 on: 22 Sep 12 / 05:42 PM »
I agree that it's not something that can be sustained for long periods of time, but it does work as a short-term way to lose weight quick!  And it is expensive! All that meat!

Yes, meat is outrageously expensive.  But dang, it's so tasty!  ;)

Tonight is homemade pizza.  I've got to get the crust going pretty soon.  Yum!

Tomorrow is going to be Shepherd's pie.  I've got two smaller lamb shoulders (about 1 kg each) that I'm going to roast up for it this afternoon.  I've never roasted a lamb shoulder before... most places I've read say low and slow.  I'll probably do a little olive oil, garlic and fresh rosemary in the pan.  I'll probably also boil the taters to mash ahead of time as well... save some work tomorrow.  ;)
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #28 on: 22 Sep 12 / 06:37 PM »
Right now I'm seriously considering swimming across the Atlantic and coming to your house for tea!!
 

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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #29 on: 22 Sep 12 / 07:28 PM »
Just ordered a chicken burger and chips.
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #30 on: 22 Sep 12 / 07:31 PM »
Right now I'm seriously considering swimming across the Atlantic and coming to your house for tea!!

Ha ha! C'mon over... I always make extra.  ;)
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #31 on: 22 Sep 12 / 08:38 PM »
Vegetarian tortillas with salsa, cucumber, bell peppers and feta cheese, yum! Also, I'll probably have some sweets later, my mum made a cake and I have loads of tasty stuff that I bought yesterday.
Edit: Even though it can be complicated, I just realized I love being a vegetarian, one of my best decisions :)
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #32 on: 22 Sep 12 / 08:57 PM »
That sounds good Naomi :D

I had a chicken and mushroom lattice we got reduced (1.40 from 3.50) but there was enough there for two days meals, so about 0.70 pence for that + some frozen peas and sweetcorn, probably 10p worth and a vegetable soup which I made 6 portions of for 25p ^.^
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« Reply #33 on: 22 Sep 12 / 09:04 PM »
My "some sweets" thing might escalate...my mum bought christmas stuff (star shaped cinnamon cookies and gingerbread cake), chocolate-covered cornflakes, chocolate-covered marzipan and nougat o.o
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #34 on: 25 Sep 12 / 02:18 PM »
we're having a naughty tea tonight because I've not had time to get any shopping in! So we're having chinese takeaway, I always have vegetable chow mein, yum. I'm treating myself cause I've been extra good with exercising every day so far :D
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #35 on: 25 Sep 12 / 02:24 PM »
We had lunch in my favourite pub today [the owner serenaded us with the Diff'rent Strokes theme tune while we ate! That aside, they always play ace tunes and their Stowford Press is the best I've tasted]; I had welsh rarebit with skinny fries so it's a meagre sandwich for dinner.
 

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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #36 on: 25 Sep 12 / 03:52 PM »
Tonight, we're having gammon, mash, broccoli and rolls, with chocolate fudge cake and ice cream for dessert.
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #37 on: 25 Sep 12 / 04:54 PM »
Yum.  Now I'm hungry again, LOL... I just had some leftover shepherd's pie from Sunday (it was scrumptious) for lunch.  Chinese take-away sounds great... we don't have any good places in our new town to get it, sadly.  :(  FizzWhiz, lunch at the pub sounds delish and fun!

CrazyBlueMe, what is gammon?  I've not heard of it before... is it pork?

Tonight we're having baked macaroni and cheese with crumbled bacon and oven roasted broccoli with garlic and parmesan.  The kids are cooking, so I'm off the hook!  Woo hoo!
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #38 on: 25 Sep 12 / 05:02 PM »
Gammon is a similar meat to bacon, kinda like.. pink rather than white once cooked, salty and yummy! So yes, pork, but not like pork chops :)
 

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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #39 on: 25 Sep 12 / 05:04 PM »
Ooo, it sounds yummy!!!  Here I think we called that salt-cured ham.  :)
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #40 on: 25 Sep 12 / 05:06 PM »
AAAh, yeah, people might call a joint of gammon a joint of ham, they're a similar flavour - so probably :)
it is nice though.. :3
 

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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #41 on: 25 Sep 12 / 10:33 PM »
as my boyfriend did the food shopping i have a choice of beans and sausages from a can, noodles or bacon. he didn't even have the foresight to get lettuce and tomatoes to facilitate a BLT. oh dear, silly moo.
 

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« Reply #42 on: 25 Sep 12 / 10:41 PM »
I had tomato soup with chopped up ham. I love having soup when the weather is cold and wet.
 

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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #43 on: 25 Sep 12 / 11:35 PM »
I went to an all you can eat world buffet and stuffed my face, it was magical.
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #44 on: 26 Sep 12 / 12:15 AM »
This thread makes me hungry! I have got a sick rat on my hands tonight so I had a 10 minute quorn lamb stir fry. In fairness, delicious.
 

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« Reply #45 on: 26 Sep 12 / 01:26 AM »
I've been soo busy these past few days all i managed for food today was a bowl of rice.
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #46 on: 26 Sep 12 / 06:04 PM »
Had a beef and potato pie with veg and gravy for dinner, and tonight will be having hot dogs followed by toffee apple crumble, yum :)
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #47 on: 26 Sep 12 / 06:22 PM »
We have steak, mashed potato and sprouts.

It's cooking now ... smells soooooooo good.
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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #48 on: 26 Sep 12 / 06:24 PM »
I'm making a mini roast with chicken breasts and roast potatoes, cauliflower and carrots ^.^ Looking forward to it
 

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Re: The "what's for dinner tonight?" thread...
« Reply #49 on: 26 Sep 12 / 06:24 PM »
We had pasta and a salad, but I didn't eat that much - weird considering I only ate 3 granola bars today :/
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