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Can you suggest a 1970's main course

(99 Posts)
Wickeddevil Mon 24-Feb-14 22:11:49

To go with prawn cocktail and Black Forest roulade?

Thank you

LoveVintage Mon 24-Feb-14 22:13:51

Boeuf Bourguignon. My mum always used to do it at dinner parties.

ScreamingNotWaving Mon 24-Feb-14 22:15:46

Coq au vin

Mitchy1nge Mon 24-Feb-14 22:16:06

a Kraft dinner?

Velma67 Mon 24-Feb-14 22:16:15


petitdonkey Mon 24-Feb-14 22:16:26

Duck a l'orange?

Fullpleatherjacket Mon 24-Feb-14 22:16:42

Steak and thick cut chips or chicken in a basket.

Does that win me an invite? wink

pootlebug Mon 24-Feb-14 22:16:48


Fishandjam Mon 24-Feb-14 22:17:03

I was going to say coq au vin. Or what about duck a l'orange?

PuntCuffin Mon 24-Feb-14 22:17:05

Findus crispy pancakes!

VivaLeBeaver Mon 24-Feb-14 22:17:05

Coronation chicken

NotGoodNotBad Mon 24-Feb-14 22:17:06

Coq au vin. Every time someone came to our house in the 70's it was Coq au vin. unless it was rellies in which case they got cold meats and salad

What is a kraft dinner?

Minimammoth Mon 24-Feb-14 22:17:09

Coq au vin.
Chicken Maryland
Barnsley chop
Chicken in a basket ( fried served with chips)

TheBigBumTheory Mon 24-Feb-14 22:17:16

Steak Dianne?

VivaLeBeaver Mon 24-Feb-14 22:17:21

Scampi and chips!

Velma67 Mon 24-Feb-14 22:18:30

Cuntpuffin I was tempted to say findus crispy pancakes too!

Velma67 Mon 24-Feb-14 22:19:23

I mean, Puntcuffin blush

RestingActress Mon 24-Feb-14 22:20:23

Vesta curry

Floggingmolly Mon 24-Feb-14 22:20:53

Chicken Supreme.

MilkRunningOutAgain Mon 24-Feb-14 22:21:30

Beef Wellington or a posh spaghetti bolognese

Mitchy1nge Mon 24-Feb-14 22:22:33

those little boxes of kraft macaroni cheese grin

google says 'kraft dinner' is the canadian term, but am not canadian nor have ever been to canadia hmm

ExcuseTypos Mon 24-Feb-14 22:22:49

Steak Diane, chips and peas.

Karenblixen Mon 24-Feb-14 22:23:08

It just has to be Fondue!

ExcuseTypos Mon 24-Feb-14 22:23:29

Oh that might be a bit creamy if you're having a roulade. Plain steak would be better.

Graceparkhill Mon 24-Feb-14 22:23:37

Definitely beef Wellington and can I suggest arctic roll as an alternative dessert ?

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