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TwoHundredThousandTimes Sat 16-Jan-21 14:31:03

We are having:

- slow cooked lamb shanks which I have never tried cooking myself before.

- chicken and ham pie made and sold at our lcoal buthcer shop.

Lunch tomorrow will be proper bavrarian frankfurters with potato salad.

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Thesagacontinues Sat 16-Jan-21 14:35:53

Today its is turkey meatball spaghetti (trying to be healthy).

Tomorrow is chicken fillets, loads of veg, potatos.

Tomorrow evening I hope dp will make his homemade pizzas (where trying to be healthy goes out the window). They are amazing!

H1978 Sat 16-Jan-21 14:41:49

This evening roast chicken dinner and creamy pasta for the kids

Tomorrow lunch lamb curry with nan
Dinner firecracker prawns with rice and chips

Alfaix Sat 16-Jan-21 14:43:34

Today we had bacon sandwiches for lunch and having kedgeree for tea.
Tomorrow we’ve got poached eggs, smoked salmon and muffins for lunch and toad in the hole for tea.

Scaredykittycat Sat 16-Jan-21 14:44:06

God knows. Food shop comes tomorrow. I think we have some tortellini and broccoli for the kids. Not sure what me and DH will have.

nixso29 Sat 16-Jan-21 14:45:59

Just had sausage and fried egg baps for lunch and
now having a battle of wills trying to decide what takeaway to order tonight- any help welcome!

Tomorrow is chicken breasts in a creamy mushroom sauce with garlic hasselback potatoes 😋

NeonSparkle Sat 16-Jan-21 14:47:24

Oo sounds lovely op!

We have Chinese chicken thighs, potato salad and green salad for tonight
Tomorrow is a gammon roast dinner (my little boys favourite)

Inextremis Sat 16-Jan-21 14:54:46

I've defrosted a pack of sausages and a pork fillet. I'll probably do the Hairy Biker's sausage casserole tonight, and marinate the pork fillet to do pork char siu tomorrow, and have it with egg fried rice. We're currently awaiting the result of DH's Covid test (likely to be negative, he's fine), so can't get any shopping in (they don't deliver, we're very rural) - so it's a good thing I've planned for this eventuality and we're not going to starve!

Hairobsessed123 Sat 16-Jan-21 14:56:57

Lamb shepherds pie with cut green beans
Sunday Roast chicken dinner ! Yum 😋

Randomfatty Sat 16-Jan-21 15:17:08

Homemade salmon Malabar and prawn curry with rice and maybe spinach side

Just had homemade egg Mayo sandwich and some tomato soup.

Tomorrow probably toad in the hole and any veg - broccoli and carrots

gerbo Sat 16-Jan-21 15:34:11

Tonight is steak pie, roasties and green beans, my son's choice. Randomly the recipe is by John Barrowman, of Doctor Who fame! It is properly luxuriously meaty and worth the 3.5 hours cook though!

Tomorrow is gnocchi and tomato sauce bake, with lots of veg crammed in.

In the week I try to go meat free at least 3/4 evenings, so we tend to choose meaty or more extravagant dinners at weekends. Especially at the moment. Small pleasures!

MsConstrue Sat 16-Jan-21 15:36:39

We have brunch together on Saturday.

We're making sushi tonight (our first try at it, so could be a complete disaster)

Pancakes for brunch tomorrow

Hairy Bikers chicken curry tomorrow.

delilahbucket Sat 16-Jan-21 15:47:16

This tonight with flatbread from the Hairy Bikers curry book
www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/old-delhi-style-butter-chicken
Making ramen tomorrow.

MirandaMarple Sat 16-Jan-21 16:01:04

Breakfast today - Bacon on toast.

Lunch today - Slow roasted tomato soup with red lentils.

Tonight- Sali boti (Parsi braised lamb) from the Dishoom book. Roti and a kachumber salad.

Tomorrow - sausages and scrambled eggs, then slow cooked brisket with cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes and veg for dinner.

Iwantacookie Sat 16-Jan-21 16:09:26

Chicken, chorizo and roast veg tray bake tonight with roasted poatoes

Minted lamb chops for dinner tomorrow with mash potatoes and veg.

TwoHundredThousandTimes Sat 16-Jan-21 16:22:18

MirandaMarple

Breakfast today - Bacon on toast.

Lunch today - Slow roasted tomato soup with red lentils.

Tonight- Sali boti (Parsi braised lamb) from the Dishoom book. Roti and a kachumber salad.

Tomorrow - sausages and scrambled eggs, then slow cooked brisket with cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes and veg for dinner.

mmmm I am not a soup lover but I like to put red lentils in soup. Lovely.

I do a chilli, sweet potato, red lentil and coconut milk soup topped with coriander and lime which goes down well.

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cherrypiepie Sat 16-Jan-21 16:22:18

For lunch today we had a whole epoisse left from Christmas abs it was amazing with pickled walnuts baguette and festive pickle.

Tonight is BBQ chicken cooked on the rotisserie in garden with some seasoned potatoes cooked underneath and cauli cheese (frozen) and fine beans.

Tomorrow is Chinese sweetcorn chicken soup front Kwoklyn Wans takeaway book (Goks brother) with shop bought spring rolls. The freezer also yielded some rhubarb so will make a crumble too.

Love the meal insp on this thread

schmockdown Sat 16-Jan-21 16:23:20

Home made Nando's tonight, roast pork tomorrow

Chewbecca Sat 16-Jan-21 16:24:52

Steak tonight with various veg

Roast chicken dinner tomorrow followed by rhubarb crumble

JerichosPenisInADeadChickHat Sat 16-Jan-21 16:25:31

Chicken burgers tonight, probably a casserole tomorrow

movingonup20 Sat 16-Jan-21 16:33:34

Goodness knows. Pasta for dinner unless we drink too much gin to cook in which case it will be cheese and biscuits. Tomorrow I think schnitzels and potatoes dauphinois

ginislife Sat 16-Jan-21 16:38:42

Maccies breakfast this morning, tonight is v v expensive cook box from a local chef with a seafood platter, confit duck and banana and toffee crumble. Tomorrow is M&S duck legs because I forgot I'd ordered duck for tonight 😂😂

merryhouse Sat 16-Jan-21 16:48:16

burgers chips and beans for lunch (they are homemade burgers though)
bacon lettuce and tomato baps for tea

salmon soup and butternut squash cornbread (recipe from Tesco magazine, hope it works)
slow-cooked beef joint with yorkshires, roast potatoes, carrots and cauliflower

Theotherrudolph Sat 16-Jan-21 16:56:45

Homemade pizza (topped with leftover roast chicken and peppers) for one dinner and sausages, mash and beans for the other. Not sure which order they’ll be in yet, depends what time I start cooking. Lunches are the same as midweek- sandwiches or a tin of soup.

DeathMetalMum Sat 16-Jan-21 16:57:21

I made some mushroom soup for lunch. Dd's had Heinz chicken soup as they don't like mushroom. Were having a chicken tray bake, with a sweet potato/potato gratin thing, and some veg for dinner tonight. Tomorrow is tuna pasta bake, nice and easy and kids favourite.

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