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    Homemade cream of tomatoe and basil soup with turkey pannini's here, stew tomorrow with dumplings At this rate will gain 20 pounds by the time this is over!!

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    We had roast pork tenderloin, steamed asparagus, and a salad... nothing too different from our regular way of eating.

    Would have liked to do a big old pot roast though.






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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 185519
    Why where you in A&E Helly? I'll be 10 that it involves a crayola related incident?!

    I had spring rolls, cantonese sauce and noodles for my tea tonight I made them myself too :D
    Quote Originally Posted by mumof2, post: 185542
    oh no Helly, hope all is ok?



    Pasta here today too, i can see a pattern forming here Dawn, same foods on same days..... shepherds pie, sossidges and now pasta - spooky!

    What are we having for tea tomorrow?
    Will pm you.

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    my very basic sponge cake mix

    200g caster sugar, n softened butter or marg(i use stork)
    4 large eggs
    200g self raising flour
    2tbsp milk
    2tbsp cold coffee (not very strong just enough to taste)


    sift the flour n set to one side , mix the sugar n butter together til light n fluffy add the beaten eggs n whisk then add the flour a little at a time n keep whisking then add the milk n coffe again whisk.
    grease a baking tin i tend to use a 9inch rectangle one put your chosen flavouring in the bottom (syrup, chocloate chips,stem ginger etc) then pour the cake mixture on top place in a preheated oven set at 180 degrees for 20 mins stick a swewer in the middle when it comes out clean the cake is cooked.
    now this is the important bit leave to cool in the tin do not try n turn out.

    while the cake is cooking make a simple basic custard and serve together yummy
    tonight we are having homemade carrot n coriander soup with a rhubarb cake n custard
    charlie



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    Hope you are ok, Helly! Take care now and stay out of harm's way!






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    Quote Originally Posted by dumbo77, post: 185572
    my very basic sponge cake mix

    200g caster sugar, n softened butter or marg(i use stork)
    4 large eggs
    200g self raising flour
    2tbsp milk
    2tbsp cold coffee (not very strong just enough to taste)


    sift the flour n set to one side , mix the sugar n butter together til light n fluffy add the beaten eggs n whisk then add the flour a little at a time n keep whisking then add the milk n coffe again whisk.
    grease a baking tin i tend to use a 9inch rectangle one put your chosen flavouring in the bottom (syrup, chocloate chips,stem ginger etc) then pour the cake mixture on top place in a preheated oven set at 180 degrees for 20 mins stick a swewer in the middle when it comes out clean the cake is cooked.
    now this is the important bit leave to cool in the tin do not try n turn out.

    while the cake is cooking make a simple basic custard and serve together yummy
    tonight we are having homemade carrot n coriander soup with a rhubarb cake n custard
    Mmmmm! Thanks!

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    i *love* tomato and basil...yum yum yum!


    i've decided we'll have pizza and salad tonight.




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    We're having Chilli con carne

    Should warm us up

    Sandra
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    Turkey casserole tonight. :D

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    I made another Risotto tonight! ever since Brit asked what to make I've been trying to perfect the recipe and this time I think I was close.

    I made a thai one (I know that sounds silly because risotto is italian) but I put chillis, green beans and baby corn in it, with some chilli sauce. I then roasted red peppers and sweet potato cubes and put this in the risotto towards the end. I made a spicy vegetable stock with chives, chillis, ginger, shallots and garlic in. The stock gave the risotto a spicy flavour which was nice
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