July 20, 2007 at 9:16 am #307838Michelle-smMember
Had beef and bean burrittos tonight, pretty yummy and really easy.
Made a huge batch and have enough to freeze for 2 more meals.:tup:July 20, 2007 at 9:23 am #307839arawajoMember
I bought some celeriac for the first time and we are having it mashed with potato and pumpkin and it will accompany minced Dexter dry fried with slurps of various sauces and sprinkles of various herbs. (My kids call it crumbly mince.)
When I googled celeriac I found that it was eaten in medieval times which made Martin happy as he is a medieval re-enactor. Dexter cattle were also eaten in medieval times. I could say I am doing medieval for tea! ha haJuly 20, 2007 at 11:03 am #307840goodnessMember
ooh ooh ooh
we had bangers and mash last night, and i made the mash from turnips (something i heard on some cooking show) OH MY its a bit decadent. I dont know why I havent tried turnip like that before as i use it in soups and love it roastedJuly 20, 2007 at 3:55 pm #307841arawajoMember
the celeriac mash was yummy – how was the turnip mash goodness?July 20, 2007 at 7:25 pm #307842kimmysmumMember
HHMM I think sausage and veg for the boys tonight and I will have vege patty and the veg.
Nice easy one for a SaturdayJuly 20, 2007 at 9:36 pm #307843WillowMember
Eggs and grilled tomatoes for breakfast.
Tomato sandwiches for lunch.
Homemade tomato soup for tea.
Guess what we have a glut of in the garden.July 20, 2007 at 11:37 pm #307844HummerKeymaster
Lucky you Willow… wish I had a glut of tomatoes right now, yummo!July 20, 2007 at 11:52 pm #307845Lady BeeKeymaster
Willow, the only glut of tomatoes round here is the dozens of preserved jars of them.
Speaking of bangers, we had “toad in the hole” the other night, with spuds, swede and brussels sprouts.
Tonight I’m doing chow mein – Saturdays is always quick food – have to fit in dinner between Gardening Australia and Dr Who.July 21, 2007 at 5:00 am #307846theateamMember
We are having lamb rack, potatoes, and beans (in the crock pot) – seasoned with tinned tomatoes, tomato paste, herbs, grilled capsicum, garlic, etc. I bought a lamb roast a little while back and cut it into stir-fry and so forth, and this is the bit with the bone in the middle! It smells yum, so I sure hope it tastes yum!:DJuly 21, 2007 at 5:04 am #307847ChezzaParticipant
We are having eggs on toast, maybe a little bacon and grilled tomato, I will decide when it gets closer!! A big effort tonight!! :shy:October 18, 2010 at 1:04 pm #307848HerbmanMember
I need motivation to get off my lazy backside and cook myself dinners. So, in the spirit of exciting myself (and maybe others who are having the same struggle with meal preparation energisation), I thought I’d revive an old thread … I thought there was an updated version but I can’t find it … What are you having for tea?
Tonight, I enjoyed a piece of sea perch cooked with garlic, lemon juice, butter and home grown fennel. I baked it all in some alfoil for an unknown amount of time. Then I steamed garden-fresh broccoli. It was delicious, simple and healthy.
What are you having for tea?
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