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Inspire me - What u having for dinner please?

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LadyOfTheFlowers Fri 30-Oct-09 15:46:05

I have chicken breasts or beef mince that i could use, or no meat, don't mind.

Tell me!!

tibni Fri 30-Oct-09 16:25:18

I'm making veggie lasagne - always make loads and then make up a couple as it freezes well. Will serve with homemade wedges and garlic bread.

brightwell Fri 30-Oct-09 16:27:14

We're having jacket potato's, cheese & beans. I can't be bothered to cook & we're going out at 7pm so it's an easy meal.

alwayslookingforanswers Fri 30-Oct-09 16:30:09

was supposed to be Stilton, Lentil and Mushroom loaf.

But I only just got back from town, and am annoyed that the 4 energy saving bulbs I bought for the kitchen spotlights (at a cost of £24!) don't fit (my fault I should have checked not just the "fiting" but the width of the actual bulb) I may just order Perfect Pizza....

ABatDead Fri 30-Oct-09 16:30:39

DW and me never eat dinner.

DSs will have pasta, ham, cheese as they have been playing football all day.

hercules1 Fri 30-Oct-09 16:31:38

Jamie Oliver's chicken korma curry with fruit scones and clotted cream for after.

Bucharest Fri 30-Oct-09 16:33:07

ABatDead- what, never?????

dd is having left over lasagne, me and dp are having pumpkin risotto (not, I hasten to add because I've been carving holes into pumpkins, but because I fancy cheesey comfort food mush and the only thing in the freezer to add to risotto is a roasted pumpkin that's been there ages..)

Can I have the recipe for stilton lentil and mushroom loaf please? Sounds delicious!

MrsJohnDeere Fri 30-Oct-09 16:33:43

Trying a lamb casserole with dumplings recipe from Delicious magazine. Not 100% sure about it - seems a little bland.

AbricotsSecs Fri 30-Oct-09 16:34:37

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ilovemydogandmrobama Fri 30-Oct-09 16:36:50

nicoise salad with fresh tuna....

AbricotsSecs Fri 30-Oct-09 16:41:18

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ByTheSea Fri 30-Oct-09 16:42:52

We will be having Italian fish stew and polenta.

GinSlinger Fri 30-Oct-09 16:49:45

sausage and mash

cordonbleugh Fri 30-Oct-09 16:49:49

cooking tuna and sweetcorn lasagne for DD and my mum.......

and cheese and pineapple on toast for me grin

inthesticks Fri 30-Oct-09 16:50:33

Crispy duck and pancakes. It's a recipe from Nigella express and very easy. The duck has been in the oven since 2.30 and will be ready about 7ish. DH and the DSs love it but I'm not so keen. I'll prob do some veg fried rice with it. What wine would go?

ClaireDeLoon Fri 30-Oct-09 16:52:18

Chicken and bacon pie - I made it with leftover roast chicken (and the stock for the sauce) the other day and froze it. With chips and sweetcorn.

GossipMonger Fri 30-Oct-09 16:52:40

We had sausage and mash for lunch so the boys are just having jam sandwiches (their choice) for dinner and I will eat with DH later.

Rose wine is chilling and we are about to put Night at the Museum 2 on DVD!

JANEITEPatrickNormanMcHennesy Fri 30-Oct-09 16:54:03

Mushroom stroganoff and rice. The girls are both out so dp are taking advantage of a rare opportunity to eat mushrooms! Have just discovered that the only alcohol we have in the house is a tiny bottle of gin though (present: can't stand the stuff). Could I use this, or should I leave out alcohol altogether do you think?

Poohbearsmom Fri 30-Oct-09 16:57:54

Mediterrian olive stew mmm and i may Make some homemade wedges on the side... And we always hav salads on the side

ilovemydogandmrobama Fri 30-Oct-09 16:58:33

<<waves back to Hoochie impressed that you remember the little people since your DH's rise to fame wink>>

SorciereAnna Fri 30-Oct-09 16:59:26

Spatchcock baby chicken, new potatoes, runner beans.

Raspberries and blueberries.

DP still on a diet [hungry emoticon]

BudaBones Fri 30-Oct-09 17:01:20

We are ordering a curry.

SparkyfartDust Fri 30-Oct-09 17:03:25

fish and chips

PoppyIsApain Fri 30-Oct-09 17:05:02

Nothing, i felt to ill when i went morrisons to concentrate sad

BobbingForPeachys Fri 30-Oct-09 17:16:01

We've got sytew doing in the slow cooker as we have been emasuring and soaking frui9t for Christmas baking this afternoon.

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