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    Tricia
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    I bought a tailend of merlu which I think is hake. I filleted it, dipped in egg and flour and fried.

    With some potatoes and stewed courgettes and onions.
    This afternoon I made some bread with some local bio flour and it is not very good – chewy and solid. Can’t get used to french flour.


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    mysty2
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    Fresh cheese rolls from Lidl. :D


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    typhoo
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    Hmm, never seen cheese rolls in Lidl before. Meatballs from the freezer and pasta tonight (haven’t had anything else to-day, sorry did so, toast this morning)


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    mysty2
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    @typhoo wrote:

    Hmm, never seen cheese rolls in Lidl before. Meatballs from the freezer and pasta tonight (haven’t had anything else to-day, sorry did so, toast this morning)

    A lot of the new Lidls have fresh bread for sale made on site. Really cheap and good. Croissants 90 cents in a bakery 22 in Lidl, pure butter, good for the heart. :D


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    rib
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    Warm day here today had a bbq, mackrel for starters chicken and veg kebabs baked potato & salad afters vanilla ice cream with a handful of peanuts on top:-)
    With a nice chilled rose, lovely evening!


    So far the relocation is good :-)

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    kathyc
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    Tartiflette – yum!


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    typhoo
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    @mysty2 wrote:

    @typhoo wrote:

    Hmm, never seen cheese rolls in Lidl before. Meatballs from the freezer and pasta tonight (haven’t had anything else to-day, sorry did so, toast this morning)

    A lot of the new Lidls have fresh bread for sale made on site. Really cheap and good. Croissants 90 cents in a bakery 22 in Lidl, pure butter, good for the heart. :D

    The newish one in Gueret does that (but we’re very seldom in Gueret) our local one (La Chatre) doesn’t tho which is a bit of a pain :(


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    mysty2
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    We go to Lidls at St Amand Typhoo, which is not that far from you :shock: if you see a tall nut with a white poodle talking to himself do not say are you Misty :D


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    Clover
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    Another banana cake. I buy a bunch of nanas and then they go off so quick I am left with four or five. I use a brilliant recipe that only takes minutes to make and all in a saucepan as well and freezes without any problems. Lovely spread with some butter and you can add bits and pieces – today’s offering has dried cherries in it that Lidl have been doing.
    Have also prepared the fruit for my xmas cake and that is soaking in whisky until tomorrow. Always forget about making one until its too late, so good old Delia’s recipe and plenty of weeks of maturing.


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    mysty2
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    xmas cake :D are you not a bit early clover, how about a last of the summer cake :?:D


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    Clover
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    Bit early probably, but done whilst I have all the ingredients to hand or else they disappear as little nibbly snacks especially the dried fruits. Just think of all that weekly whisky injection though! :roll:


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    pantoufle
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    Hic :oops: What’s your quick banana cake recipe Clover?


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    mellon
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    Location: Norwich, ici et la
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    Very slow-cooked (8h at least) paleron de boeuf in red wine.


    La vie est dure sans confiture.

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    chapelton
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    Cheese and onion crisp sarnie ;) OH just back from UK :)


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    lindal1000
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    Lasagne: Tomatoe sauce made from onion from the garden, red pepper, a few old tomatoes from the garden just about to go off, Lidl tomato passata, tsp of Dunn’s all purpose seasoning, pepper.. cooked for about 30 mins..
    Creamy sauce made with grated onion, grated manky old courgette (last one left), 3 cloves of garlic–sauteed and then add 250g feta, a few tablespoons of creme fraiche and a bit of milk, grated cheddar (could use any grated hard cheese-save a bit for topping). Layer up with sheets of lasagne- 3 layers.. top with a few bit of grated cheddar and dried herbs and cook abou 40 minutes in medium oven. Suprisingly nice!


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