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    Quote Originally Posted by Kochin View Post
    I haven't even got into fish yet, or done much with offal!
    178 gms pig's liver this morning = 44p in my local butcher. I'm having that with fried onions and microwaved broccoli, parsnip & carrot. Plus two glasses of red and half a grapefruit for pudding. More than a quid but hey, it's the weekend.
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    Lunch: Lamb Curry. http://onepoundmeals.blog.com/2012/1...ch-lamb-curry/

    Got a chicken recipe to go up once I've got the photos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel View Post
    178 gms pig's liver this morning = 44p in my local butcher. I'm having that with fried onions and microwaved broccoli, parsnip & carrot. Plus two glasses of red and half a grapefruit for pudding. More than a quid but hey, it's the weekend.
    Ah, you can count the pudding separately. ;p
    Otherwise, how would I get the odd two-courser in?

    Well done, anyhow! Liver's an amazing goodie. I'm surprised it's so cheap! Odd that something that represents 1/100th of the animal AND is more nutritious costs 1/5th of the price of the "bulk" (muscle meat). Supply and demand for ya!

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    ... you know, if you fast straight through one meal you could push the boat out and do a £2 meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjgh View Post
    ... you know, if you fast straight through one meal you could push the boat out and do a £2 meal.
    lol
    I'm not sure that'd be in the spirit of it.
    Besides, where's the challenge in £2?

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    Roast dinner:
    Two lemon-chili roast drumsticks.
    One roast parsnip.
    One egg-onion-chili salad on a mustard-leaf bed.
    £1.

    http://onepoundmeals.blog.com/2012/1...and-egg-salad/

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    Food-porn much? Mmmm!

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    Nice blog! I could stand to learn a bit from this - as keeping my food budget reasonable is one of my bigger challenges.

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    Coconut-Banana "Biscuits". No sugar, no sweetener, minimal honey, yet still sweet, coconutty and tasty!
    Treat. Banana Coconut “Biscuits”. | Meals for £1 and LESS!

    "These are one of the best treats I've made AND they're close to the type of stuff real Hunter-Gatherers eat: a variety of nuts and fruit, mashed together into a paste is actually a very common calorie-snack among modern tribes!
    You can try using flavourless spices as natural colourants to make them orange or black for haloween, or even fill/splatter them with <a href="http://fastpaleo.com/paleo-jam/">Paleo jam</a>, to simulate blood.
    Also probably quite fun to make with kids, as it involves a lot of "messy hands" work and it's quick enough so they shouldn't get bored!

    Can be made properly Paleo by using coconut milk and coconut cream and vegan by using soy/coconut/almond mock-dairy and maple syrup instead of honey.

    Have fun!"
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    Breakfast this morning: Battered, Almond-Coated Fried Chicken with Cheesy, Mushroomy Scrambled Egg. Breakfast. Battered Chicken and Cheesy Egg. | Meals for £1 and LESS!
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