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    Tonight was leftovers and salad. Back to normal tomorrow, I expect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryancarter1986 View Post
    Rick stein recipe from Indian cookbook

    Madras fish curry of Dover sole, Cod tamarind & tomato .
    With basmati rice coriander & a steamed baby cauliflower & courgette .

    Was fantastic curry best one I've done in the book so far very easy !! Never used tamarind before !!!

    Recipe below
    BBC - Food - Recipes : Madras fish curry of snapper, tomato and tamarind
    Sounds good! Did you enjoy the taste that tamarind brings? It's useful for "Japanese Curry".

    Good to see rice being enjoyed.

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    We had a traditional British Sunday Dinner.

    Turkey breast, sprouts, carrots, peas, cabbage, roast potatoes and parsnips. First one this year ... more to come.

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    Chicken, mushroom and sweet potato chili. Perhaps some greens with freshly picked local organic apples on the side?

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    I think I just ate 2 plus pounds of lamb leg, and a pile of swisschard.
    I gotta relearn portion control, or discepline, or,,,
    and how to spell,

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    I'll be making this recipe
    Catherine's Spicy Chicken Soup Recipe - Allrecipes.com

    Semi-Primalized of course.
    Changes I usually make.
    All diced no salt added canned tomatoes (no whole ones b/c DH doesn't like it).
    No corn
    No can of tomato soup

    I do still add in the beans b/c DH likes them. I usually try to avoid getting too many by skimming off the top heh.
    Will be trying this recipe with fresh tomatoes instead of canned. Hopefully it turns out just as good
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    Meatzza with organic grass-fed beef and uncured pepperoni. Maybe some coconut-oil fried white potatoes. And if I still have room, some ice cream or Froyo, yo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Meatzza with organic grass-fed beef and uncured pepperoni. Maybe some coconut-oil fried white potatoes. And if I still have room, some ice cream or Froyo, yo.
    What's a meatzza ? Never heard of


    From London England UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryancarter1986 View Post
    What's a meatzza ? Never heard of
    Here's some information on Meatzza

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    Ox hearts, potato and some sweet potato. VARIETY.
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