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PurpleDaisies Sat 07-Dec-19 19:39:12

If we’re having a chilli midweek, it’s usually just with a jacket or rice, but on a Saturday it gets guacamole, sour cream, cheese and Doritos as well. Saturday night curry gets samosas, poppadums, bhajis etc. It makes it feel like a treat.

Anyone else do this? What other standard meals do you soup up for the weekend?

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RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sat 07-Dec-19 19:41:24

We're only having cheese and crackers, but I've bought posh crackers and we're having chilli jam, pickles etc plus Manchego and Gouda instead of Cheddar.

PurpleDaisies Sat 07-Dec-19 19:42:52

That sounds delicious. Chilli jam is going on my shopping list for this week. One of my favourite things.

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RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sat 07-Dec-19 19:44:44

The Stokes one is incredible.

AtleastitsnotMonday Sat 07-Dec-19 20:19:25

Yes. I often do similar but some Saturdays we go the other way and declare ‘on toast night’. Big plates of toast and toasted muffins with melted cheese, then a bowl of beans, garlic mushrooms and tomatoes and a tray of poached eggs for people to help their self. It’s always a hit😆

PurpleDaisies Sat 07-Dec-19 20:26:28

I love the idea of “on toast night”. Definitely going to nick that one.

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RockingMyFiftiesNot Sun 08-Dec-19 08:42:30

I did a quick prawn and pasta dish last night, as it was Saturday also had time to make some sun-dried tomato bread and made a green salad

handbagsatdawn33 Sun 08-Dec-19 11:08:43

I spend a long time cooking Sunday to Friday.
On Saturday, DH might cook a spag bol or chilli, or a ready-meal from Sainsbo.
I only enter the kitchen to refill my wine glass.

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