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How do you do your neeps an tatties to go with Haggis @WeegieWoman??  Not that I'll be havin it any time soon but ya never know.

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Quite simply mashed potato and mashed turnip! Lots of butter and pepper. Aw man it was soooo good! 

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Sounds good... will have to try it... not sure how the heathens I cook for will handle the neeps but ya know what fruck em....

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Your traditional Scottish comfort food sounds so good Weegie. Too bad I could only enjoy it in my imagination for now.

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On 11/4/2018 at 8:23 PM, Rozuki said:

Grilled salmon with roasted veggies......cuz I am supposed to have fish 2x a week. Cardiac diet, you know.....ugh. I have never liked to eat any fish except  a tuna fish sandwich heavily disguised with mayo and celery and onion. I ate all the veggies and half the salmon!

 

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Love a fish dinner! Had poached Arctic Char & Lake Erie Perch for dinner last Sat. 

No pics but it was super yummy :) 

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^^I guess I will have to broaden my horizons and try different types of fish!

 

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This is what I had at my retirement dinner last night!

 

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I am off to a friend's retirement party tonight....but that is going to be appetizers at a local bar during happy hour....which is fine by me! 😎

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^^^love it when me meats still mooing..

 

 

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G’day

cant believe I’ve missed this section.

Stinking hot so anything cooked is cooked on the BBQ outside to keep the house cool.

Tonight Lime and Garlic salmon

medely of vegetable with tomato and Rosemary 

Sorry no fancy plate shots it’s all cooking ones

 

 

bugger cant upload a pic👹

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Sounds yum ....I love salmon ....can I come to dinner ??

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^^^ That meat still looks alive!!!!! I like mine cremated.... but not tough...wouldnt want to nail it to me shoe and run a marathon!!!!

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On 1/25/2019 at 12:51 PM, Rozuki said:

This is what I had at my retirement dinner last night!

 

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I am off to a friend's retirement party tonight....but that is going to be appetizers at a local bar during happy hour....which is fine by me! 😎

Looks perfectly med-rare; Yum!!

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Very nice ....but....I like mine a little more cooked ..

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By Birdie's request....Chicken Parma with beans, kumara (sweet potato) chips (fries), mash spuds, broccoli & cauliflower baked in cheese sauce....

 

Pretty sure everyone knows what a chicken Parma is but just incase it's a curved chicken schnitzel, with some crispy prosciutto, parmajana sauce and melted cheese.... So the only healthy things on the plate were the beans and oven baked kumara chips.

 

 

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Aw man that's a bad ass dinner, I wana try it! 

It's classic roast beef, yorkies, totties, cabbage and carrots for us today. 

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Your meal looks yummy Jo, and yours sounds yummy Weegie! I'd like to have both.

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Rigatoni w meatballs and a salad for me tonight!

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@Rozuki with some Locatelli or some Regawt?

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Souvlaki Salad....slow cooked Greek style lamb, lettuce, onion, cucumber, capsicum (bell pepper), tomato, pita bread, little bit of greater cheese and home made yoghurt sauce, even made the yoghurt....much healthier than last night.

 

 

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G’day

Healthier ....does that mean the home made garlic yogurt doesn’t repeat as much as the one you get at the truck at the side of the road at 2 AM. I hope so cause that stuff is really bad. Can’t be the beverages cause they are barley based and the burps taste like garlic.... lots.

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Nothing beats a side of the road, dodgey caravan souvlaki....  I don't use raw 

garlic maybe that helps.

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Probably not real healthy but I knew you'd love it just the same Jo 😋

 

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