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Impressive but surprisingly easy dishes to make
Note for future.Cauliflower, sweetcorn and smoked mackerel with old garam masala do not make a nice kedgeree.bleugh.
He he.Kiwi fruit blended with milk and a bit of lime cordial doesn't make a pleant refreshing drink. I knew it wouldn't but DH was convinved it would.
Bleuurgh I make up strange concoctions towards the end of the month when money is tight and food supply is low.
lizzielou - was exactly that. I'm trying to use up left over veg and bits and pieces and tbh its turning out a bit tummy ache making.Today I have to use up:half a swedehalf a celeriachalf a cauliflowerhalf an onion.and I have a whole green cabbage.It will be challenging!Otherside - that sounds gruesome!!!
Yuk!DH once tried to incorporate oranges into a smoothie.He wouldn't be told...
Butternut, chickpea soup without onion is disgusting!
ugh nicky - reminds me mys sisters favourite drink was orange squash and milk. She didnt mind the curdling at all!ohBling - soup needs onion!
<shudders>Now, this would bbe a handy thread for encouraging weight loss, wouldn't it?
lol! When using up any left over veg I tend to make soup...couple of tins of chopped tomatoes and boullion powder blend it up and it's just a variation on tomato soup
soup is a good idea. I think I'll go with that, though the family will groan again!I did try swede and celeriac casserole two days ago in a horseradish creamy sauce. So not nice.
OYBK, are you that character form the Vicar of Dibley that made, ahem, unusual food items?
Pilchard muffins anyone?
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