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What I'd really like for my dinner...........................

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PuffTheMagicDragon Wed 02-Mar-05 18:23:58

Fish, chips and mushy peas. Followed by lemon meringue pie.

I like my homemade lentil & bacon soup, but a woman can dream .

Frizbe Wed 02-Mar-05 18:25:03

oooh lemon meringue pie...yummmmm, I had lemon cheesecake svelte yoghurt, not quite the same eh!

Hulababy Wed 02-Mar-05 18:25:14

I am having the first course as soon as DH gets back from this so-called work meeting (in the wine bar).

No pudding/dessert in house sadly. Could finish with choclate if I can persuade Dh to go downstairs to the shop. But that would be far too greedy and piggy!

Fastasleep Wed 02-Mar-05 18:25:56

fillet steak with yummy veggies and definately lemon meringue pie!!

PuffTheMagicDragon Wed 02-Mar-05 18:26:22



I need to build in a no holds barred pig out night to my diet - every 10 days wouldn't do too much damage I reckon.

womba1 Wed 02-Mar-05 18:28:20

My dh cooks the most amazing roast pork with crackling to die for, crispy roast pots, lots of veg and cheese sauce.. and then i'd love rhubarb crumble with custard AND ice cream!!

Kayleigh Wed 02-Mar-05 18:29:25

Roast beef, yorkshire puddings, roast AND mash potatoes. Followed by cheesecake.

All with no calories of course....

SeaShells Wed 02-Mar-05 18:30:12

Mmmmm I could just eat a huge bowl of rhubarb crumble and custard....

Or Treacle Tart and custard

Kayleigh Wed 02-Mar-05 18:30:54

ooooh sponge pudding and custard ..........MMmmmmmmmmmm

womba1 Wed 02-Mar-05 18:31:48

oohh... can i add mustard mash to my roast too?!?!?!

trefusis Wed 02-Mar-05 18:32:52

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Kayleigh Wed 02-Mar-05 18:33:06

absolutely womba1, in this virtual restaurant it only takes a minute to cook.

womba1 Wed 02-Mar-05 18:36:54

Good to hear it Kayleigh!! In that case, i want to add Yorkshire puddings too but they have to be really light and crispy...no soggy bottoms for me thank you!

SeaShells Wed 02-Mar-05 18:37:30

Oh I like my yorkshires soggy

Kayleigh Wed 02-Mar-05 18:38:24

I'm with Seashells. There's nothing like a soggy bottom

womba1 Wed 02-Mar-05 18:38:57

Ugghhhh... Seashells... soggy bits just don't do it for me!

SeaShells Wed 02-Mar-05 18:39:09



My SIL eats the cold left over yorkshires with ice cream in!?

Enid Wed 02-Mar-05 18:39:14

humzingers fruit stix for me please

WideWebWitch Wed 02-Mar-05 18:40:12

I'd like lobster thermidor. And banofee pie.

Tommy Wed 02-Mar-05 18:40:59

nothing - pregnancy sickness has just kicked in and all I want to do is go to sleep.....

womba1 Wed 02-Mar-05 18:42:27

Awwwww Tommy.... how about a nice glass of warm water infused with ginger??

lunavix Wed 02-Mar-05 18:43:29

tandoori chicken...

Tommy Wed 02-Mar-05 18:46:17

nah - don't fancy it

Dior Wed 02-Mar-05 20:08:44

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essbee Wed 02-Mar-05 20:10:13

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