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Discuss What's for tea.... at UK Plumbers Forums; After eating my fair share of rubbish over Xmas fancied something a bit healthier.....MRS is cooking baked salmon and made a savoury vegetable rice.....smells delightful......regards Turnpin...
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    After eating my fair share of rubbish over Xmas fancied something a bit healthier.....MRS is cooking baked salmon and made a savoury vegetable rice.....smells delightful......regards Turnpin
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    tomato Soup n Crusty bread

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    tomato Soup n Crusty bread
    love it.....regards Turnpin
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    We had a leg of pork over crimbo , just curried the last of it .
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    It was lovely.....now enjoying a chocolate covered mint ice cream lolly.......mmmmP_20161229_175247.jpg
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    Steak and salad baguettes tonight. Washed down with a Dr Pepper.
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    Finally got round to the cheese and biscuits.
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    MRS picked up a nice little cheese selection from sainsbury's not massive 7 types for £4..... Might have to try it out later....regards Turnpin
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    It's sad but the best meal I have had over the holidays was Christmas eve. Heinz tomato soup, black pepper, packet of ready salted crisps in the bottom of the bowl, grated cheese on top and four slices of bread and real butter.
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    It's sad but the best meal I have had over the holidays was Christmas eve. Heinz tomato soup, black pepper, packet of ready salted crisps in the bottom of the bowl, grated cheese on top and four slices of bread and real butter.
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    Just got in from the lodge. Cheese and onion crisps in chip shop Curry sauce I found on the side......
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