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What did you have for lunch today?

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1 hour ago, Stan said:

A slight spicy chicken korma! 

They do look similar. I do wonder how similar Peruvian and Indian food compare. Both have amazing cuisines and are amongst the best in the world alongside Italy and France.

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I made myself avocado toast and I didn't like it, so I can officially prove that I'm not a hipster. I even made it as nice as I could. Sliced it onto rye bread, with a drizzle of olive oil and some chilli flakes on top. 

I don't mind avocado, but I'd much rather just slice it in half and eat it on its own.

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53 minutes ago, Inti Brian said:

They do look similar. I do wonder how similar Peruvian and Indian food compare. Both have amazing cuisines and are amongst the best in the world alongside Italy and France.

France? No thanks 

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1 hour ago, Stan said:

I remember the times when I used to work in the office and take my lunch in with me. I'd end up snacking on the lunch before lunchtime even came along xD

Ditto xD

The wife would do her nut with me, make me some packed lunch and even microwave meals and I would nosh the lot before lunch and when I would ring her up saying I bought 2 large Greg the Bakers sausage rolls for lunch and she would say "what about the packed lunch I made you?" me "all noshed darling..." and her "Jesus Christ, no wonder you are putting on the beef!!!!"  xD

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I am having 2 breast chickens steaks with roast tatties for lunch once I have had a shower and some wine after. :hh: 

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Sausage, cheese and bean bakes for lunch today! 

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I had this for dinner but it’d make a banging lunch anyway, all very simple to buy and make, easy to buy from Lidl.

Chips were simple, cut potatoes up into chips and oil/salt/pepper/herbs then stick in the oven on 150 for half hour. Up to 200 to caramelise/crisp.

then the burger. Oh the burger. Easy and beautiful burger. Warburtons burger buns preferably, unless you can get some nice burger buns elsewhere. Grill them, warm and toasted but not burnt or cooked. Get a big sweet potato, cut out a burger patty shape, either circle or square who cares. Oil, salt, pepper, herbs, garlic, a lot of garlic, all of the garlic. Cook on 150 for half hour and then top up with a cheeky 200 for 10-15 mins. When done fry a party size slab of Halloumi, the secret weapon. Smother in lemon as much as you can. Fry for a few mins. Then chuck it all together in a bun, plus some basil/parsley and mint to go alongside the garlic and lemon, a chuck a slice of tomato on top.

Garlic sweet potato, lemon halloumi, basil leaves, mint leaves and tomato. Then pour a load of perinaise on top and you have the perfect burger 

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Going for a wee walk and get some fresh air and keep my legs active then come back and have a lovely chicken breast salad.

The trouble with this lockdown bit if I don't go out for a walk after 2 days my sciatica gives me jip, my left leg seems to lock up and it takes me all my time getting out of the sofa, but the ham salad will make up for that. 

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Kept it very simple today but a favourite of mine.

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A slice of toast and a half bag of nachos. Didn't feel arsed to cook much in my break from work.

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Disgusting and heart attack inducing but well needed, bacon sarnie with a slice of fried bread in the middle 

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Halwa Purri and Channay

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No lunch, infact bar smoothie, I saved myself for a bank holiday bbq instead.

Not gonna lie, stuffed myself silly. Feel I earned it for a long forest walk today.

Ate salad nearly every day last week so no chance it was going on this plate.

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Pure meat fest. Not sorry.

 

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On 25/05/2020 at 20:41, Lucas said:

Pure meat fest. Not sorry.

Same here, just had what you could call a breakfast only because we were watching a tv show called 'Four In A Bed' featuring four Bed & Breakfast owning couples, one venue each day of the week, with the final day reserved for feedback debates and the announcement of the winner.

So, my dinner was Sausages, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Fried Toms and Beans all smothered in red sauce, as Del Boy would say...

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Well lunch was very, very basic.

Tuna mayo, Red Onion and Sweetcorn.

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Not gonna lie, it was nothing exciting but someone else clearly does not agree...

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Bayern style... Weißwurst, sweet mustard, a Kaiser roll instead of Bretzn, and a cold glass of Weißbier.

 

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9 minutes ago, Lucas said:

Not gonna lie, it was nothing exciting but someone else clearly does not agree...

And I bet he/she is thinking...xD

 

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37 minutes ago, nudge said:

Bayern style... Weißwurst, sweet mustard, a Kaiser roll instead of Bretzn, and a cold glass of Weißbier.

 

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White sausage??? never seen that before, I could just imagine being served that somewhere outside of the UK then looking like a tit when I tell the waitress that they are undercooked and can she take them back please.... 

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1 minute ago, Bluewolf said:

White sausage??? never seen that before, I could just imagine being served that somewhere outside of the UK then looking like a tit when I tell the waitress that they are undercooked and can she take them back please.... 

A Bavarian specialty :) Taste much better than they look xD I like it as it has a very mild taste, so is perfect as a mid-morning meal... Goes really well with the sweet mustard (preferably Händlmaier's) and a pretzel. And a wheat beer is a must of course.

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1 minute ago, nudge said:

A Bavarian specialty :) Taste much better than they look xD I like it as it has a very mild taste, so is perfect as a mid-morning meal... Goes really well with the sweet mustard (preferably Händlmaier's) and a pretzel. And a wheat beer is a must of course.

I will try anything once, more than once if I like it and can get hold of it of course.. The beer is a given!

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5 minutes ago, Stan said:

Do you want some beer with that froth as well @nudge :P 

A nice tall crown is an important part of any beer, especially when it comes to Weizen, you barbarian! :D 

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6 minutes ago, nudge said:

A nice tall crown is an important part of any beer, especially when it comes to Weizen, you barbarian! :D 

I'm just playing :D

I like Erdinger. Don't get it on draught in too many bars/pubs over here so when it is available it's an enjoyable drink to have.

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