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Thread: I know what I'm having for dinner on Saturday!

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    A bargain!

    Two dine in for 20.

    Now I just need to choose what to have.





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    Looks good! Trouble is DH and I are so incompatable we woud have to buy two sets as there is nothing on the menu that we would both eat






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    oh to have a M&S with so much choice!














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    No one to share it with.

    Oh well all the more for me :)

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    Wowee! That's really nice. Is that about $30-35 in US? Is that for both, or per person?

    Love the looks of the dessert.






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    Saw this on TV last night Claire. It looks good. Off to M&S this morning.
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    Adrian won't eat anything of that except the dessert. :(

    What if you don't want wine?

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    They haven't had starters before have they? Looks good really, but not too much I really like apart from ALL the desserts.

    Dawn, once they had chocolates as an option instead of wine, though I can't see it mentioned there.

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    Could you change it out for something less expensive like soda perhaps?

    Maybe a way they keep the cost down is to have a no substitutions policy?

    You can always check!

    Once, several years ago now Publix had a nice little heart shaped aluminum container with filet mignon and lobster tail. I bought it as for our Valentine's dinner. It was lovely. Herself still talks about how good that dinner was. Not quite the same thing as what Claire has shown, but the same idea.

    They never did it again though.






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    Mmn... I will have the choklit starter and then a choklit something for mains and then a choklit dessert for dessert....

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