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What are you cooking during lockdown?

kickingimp

Vital Squad Member
Being a saturday without a home game that makes it a fry up lunch. Sausages from lakings in Louth, smoked cured bacon from a local farm, black pudding from a butchers in heckington. Scamans eggs, a fried slice, beans, tomatoes and fried mushrooms with a big mug of tea and three rounds of toast.
 

Eweimps

Vital 1st Team Regular
Being a saturday without a home game that makes it a fry up lunch. Sausages from lakings in Louth, smoked cured bacon from a local farm, black pudding from a butchers in heckington. Scamans eggs, a fried slice, beans, tomatoes and fried mushrooms with a big mug of tea and three rounds of toast.
Sounds delicious
 
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Riiiiik

Vital 1st Team Regular
Have a good one Riiiiik, is it a pub or restaurant, what do you fancy?
Cheers. It's a Vintage Inn pub.
Gotta be their garlic mushrooms to start. They have cheese on, I really like them. Probably a chicken dish as my staple diet is chicken or fish.
Gave up puddings years ago. Too much of the nasty white stuff.
Enjoy the garden while it's still fine.:cheers:
 

Eweimps

Vital 1st Team Regular
Cheers. It's a Vintage Inn pub.
Gotta be their garlic mushrooms to start. They have cheese on, I really like them. Probably a chicken dish as my staple diet is chicken or fish.
Gave up puddings years ago. Too much of the nasty white stuff.
Enjoy the garden while it's still fine.:cheers:
Have to agree, starter and main every time if we go out, only room for a pud occasionally if it’s something we really fancy. Usually happy just with a coffee especially if it comes with chocolate!
 

Eweimps

Vital 1st Team Regular
Well that was nice.....steak, chips, onion rings, mushrooms, and peas with a side of sliced tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil drizzled with balsamic 21CCA67E-BF30-4F8E-9E86-7DB7764FD97D.jpeg followed by shop bought caramel panna cotta
 

Riiiiik

Vital 1st Team Regular
Oh, and very successful Thursday night dinner of pan-fried swordfish with tomato, pepper, red wine and olive sauce, green beans and garlic roasted potatoes with oregano and lemon alongside. Credit where due to the Mango Beach Bar in Zante for the original!
Only foreign food I eat really is Italian or Greek.
This sounds delightful. I've mastered Stifado, I think I should give this a whirl.