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Posted by foodlov (U11264824) on Monday, 5th October 2009
So I will start off:
Breakfast 2 slices of marmite on toast
Lunch: ham salad baguette, bowl of homemade stilton and broccoli soup
Dinner: Pork curry rice and nann bread
Posted by jamesandkatherina (U11083688) on Monday, 5th October 2009
Well done Jacky<ok>
lunch roast beef sarnie
and tonight will be roast beef with all the trimmings<laugh>
Posted by RubySunshine (U10151210) on Monday, 5th October 2009
I've had a very tasty beef and stilton pasty from Morrisons bakery counter for lunch. V nice it was too. Also demolished a few dark chocolate fingers....very healthy day today!
Dinner is undecided as am cooking for a new flame - well old flame re-lit :)
I am here for inspiration!! I want something light and tasty and obviously heart-winning....! I've drawn a blank so I'll wait with interest what everyone else is having.....
Posted by amytutters (U2214206) on Monday, 5th October 2009
What about cod wrapped in pancetta with baby vegetables? (mind you, I've never met a man who doesn't like lasagne!)
Breakfast today was an egg sandwich, lunch was a small piece of quiche, and some bread and houmous, and dinner is paneer curry with mushroom rice and chapattis from this month's Delicious. mag
Posted by kitten-doth-roar (U2579016) on Monday, 5th October 2009
Breakfast was some new 'very berry flakes', snacked on a go ahead apple & sultana thingy, a sad lunch of spicy cup o soup as ran out of time between work and getting to docs, then more snacks of crackers with pate, dinner is some rather nice beef burgers, rocket salad, roasted toms. and prob some of the lovely wedge of brie hiding in the fridge that needs using up...
Posted by Arianna (U2214149) on Monday, 5th October 2009
Hiya! I know I've posted on the other... I am just "snagging" the thread to keep a track on it! <laugh> Of course, Jackie... we are going to get something like the Booker prize!
Posted by prettykiwicrazy (U11132879) on Monday, 5th October 2009
Breakfast toast and marmite
Lunch was red curry thai soup with a mini naan.Really nice and warming though out of a tin Im afraid
Dinner was from the local chippy,battered sausage chips and curry sauce.Wonderful greasy goodness
Posted by hungryhammyhamster (U14129872) on Monday, 5th October 2009
Breakfast - weetabix, milk and banana with camomile tea
Lunch - Jacket potato with baked beans
Supper - Spaghetti with garlic and spinach with salad
Just had an ainsley harriott hot and sour cup a soup v nice
Posted by Arianna (U2214149) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Hi all! So cold and wet here today, ugh! :-( Anyhow, brekkie was a yoghurt and a bit of toast and coffee, followed by weetabix and milk mixed with some warm water after the gym. Lunch--pasta with mangetout and courgette and some garlic and tomato sauce; dinner--probably a curry: I put some urad dal to soak earlier on and have some chickpeas as well, plus a ig beet to use, it may just be what's needed to fight the elements... and the lack of heating at work! <yikes>
Have a good one all! <hug>
Posted by prettykiwicrazy (U11132879) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Breakfast - porridge with syrup and banana as inspired by the porridge thread
Lunch - Got up early this morning and went to Morrisons to pick up a salad box
Dinner going very retro and having a steak and kidney fray bentos pie with peas and sweetcorn
Posted by icelesley (U4484162) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Breakfast: Fresh orange juice then porridge
Lunch: beef salad baguette
Dinner: Gammon, egg, chips, peas and grilled tomato, followed by a fruit yoghurt
Posted by PurpleLuv (U5258511) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Breakfast, a cheese & onion toastie
Lunch, a pitta with chicken salad
Dinner, grilled Haddock with peas
Posted by PinkTryphena (U13842759) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Breakfast: Brown toast with strawberry and champagne jam and a Diet Coke
Lunch: Wensleydale and tomato sandwich with an apple
Dinner: Beef Goulash with mash and green veg
Posted by Mrs_G_ (U5864377) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Breakfast - bagel, with low fat cream cheese, salmon and cherry tomatoes.
Lunch - bagel, with low fat cream cheese and chicken noodle soup.
Dinner - haven't decided yet, but I am thinking pasta with a sauce or if I can't be bothered cooking I'll shove a garlic mushroom pizza in the oven.
Posted by garlicqueen (U3840563) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
breakfast - bacon buttie with lots of brown sauce
lunch - bowl of homemade soup from the freezer and some fruit
dinner - squash risotto
Posted by hungryhammyhamster (U14129872) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Breakfast - slice of toast with crab apple jelly
Lunch - guacamole with salad
Supper - pork chops with leek and bacon sauce from this month's Delicious with mash, carrots and runner beans, mmm can't wait.
Posted by kitten-doth-roar (U2579016) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
brekkie was wholemeal toast and pate
lunch a leftover cold beef burger + rocket salad and cucumber
dinner hmm...is just me tonight, nothing defrosted and have to pop out at 7 so will be cupboard surprise! I have lots of brie so might involve that...
Posted by amytutters (U2214206) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Breakfast was a bacon and egg sandwich, lunch was leftover curry and rice and dinner is plaice, potato wedges, peas and broccoli with mayo.
Posted by Fruitcake (U1141715) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Gallons of green tea to see through the morning!
Lunch was a can of Heinz chicken and barley broth with some wholemeal bread. It wasn't bad once I'd added a load of pepper to it.
It's a friend's Birthday so we're going for a drink at the local after work tonight. They do great food so OH suggested we eat there. Hopefully he'll be paying ;)
Posted by shinygingerface (U13871168) on Tuesday, 6th October 2009
Hi I started of with toast and butter with marmite on one and tangerine marmalade on the other orage juice and coffee lunch was spaggtie hoops on toast and dinner will be roast chicken with r/potatoes and savoy cabbage also carrots then about 8 I will have what I call nibbles thats anthing I can find usually sweet Kath Gloucester
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