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    mysty2
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    Thanks girls, we have had the smoked haddock but im sure thats called haddock here :?


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    opalette
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    That’s what I said!


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    typhoo
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    Mine is just haddock but non smoked. From a well known UK supermarket :)


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    pantoufle
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    We have a beef stew ticking over in the slow cooker (Limousin beef) – hope it tastes as good as it smells 8)


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    Tricia
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    @opalette wrote:

    That’s what I said!

    But if you say it the english way they don’t know what you’re talking about.
    You ‘af to say ” ‘a-dok.” It’s nice poached, mixed with rice, and a cheese sauce on top.


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    mysty2
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    @typhoo wrote:

    Mine is just haddock but non smoked. From a well known UK supermarket :)

    was it not a bit smelly bringing it all the way from the UK :D


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    mysty2
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    @opalette wrote:

    That’s what I said!

    I know :D sometimes my replies sound right in my head, but do not always look quite right in print :D

    looks like fishfingers tonight


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    fredb
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    Well you certainly can’t beat them can you? :wink:


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    cj1
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    When smoked haddock isn’t too dear we buy just one fillet to cut up and put in fish pies together with cod, salmon and a few prawns. You don’t need much haddock because the flavour is so strong.


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    @mysty2 wrote:

    @typhoo wrote:

    Mine is just haddock but non smoked. From a well known UK supermarket :)

    was it not a bit smelly bringing it all the way from the UK :D

    Nup, still frozen when we get it!


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    fredb
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    Nothing as I’m not into cooking, but my lovely wife who is a super cook is preparing Courgette Gratin and pork one of our favourites.


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    gillyc
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    homemade chicken tikka, pitta bread, lettuce and cucumber


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    artdeco
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    Homemade chili con carne with rice and crusty bread and red wine to drink. Hope we don’t get any visitors tomorrow (damn kidney beans… :oops::lol: )


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    @artdeco wrote:

    Homemade chili con carne with rice and crusty bread and red wine to drink. Hope we don’t get any visitors tomorrow (damn kidney beans… :oops::lol: )

    Thats right blame the kidney beans :D:D


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    mysty2
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    has no one eaten today :D we had a ham sanny for lunch and rice, tuna and kidney beans for eats tonight. :D


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