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    Default ITS DEF NOT BBQ WEATHER ..... SO WHAT'S FOR TEA.

    What you all having for tea

    Feels like we should be having wintery meals

    Are you having a take away or cooking?

    Angel xx

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    Same as last week...it's pizza night here!! For the children...
    DH and I have 2 juicy rib eye steaks waiting in the fridge for later!!

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    Spag bol for us although I really fancy a takeaway!

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    Take away as going to sort dd1 bedroom out as she is going to swop rooms with her sister not happy as she is going from a big room to the small room, but her younger sister needs the room for her toys as there is a 9 year age gap. All dd1 does is on her laptop or phone or watch TV.
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    Always a take-away on a Friday. It's my treat for the week. It's a tradition in my house. No cleaning after work like other nights and no cooking either

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    We're having sausage, mash, green beans and baby corn, oh and onion gravy. It's already, just waiting for hubby to arrive. You watch him be late!!!

    What are you having Angel?

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    we WERE having sausage, rice, veggies & gravy ....

    but DS & DD got their school reports today, both very good ( we had banked on that, and had planned to go out for tea tomorrow night ) But we also got details of next years classes and DD is distraught about not being with her best friend next year and not getting the teacher she wanted .... so have rung DH and said we NEED to go out for tea tonight !

    ( hopefully still out for tea tomorrow as well! )

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    I seem to have just carried on with our normal winter cooking this year and not made much in way of BBQ chicken with salad and garlic bread more Roast chicken and Yorkshires (hubby MUST have Yorkshires!)

    The toys are stacked up in the corner, looking at me but I can't be bothered to put them all away since I've now had a small glass wine

    Hubby will 'cook' either Indian, Chinese or Kebab
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    its been warm here all day - if wet - and now believe it or not the sun is out

    but, hubby is up in notts/derby for the weekend so am having the girls over for a takeaway curry - haven't had one in ages - can't wait
    if you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got

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    Dominoes too many children
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    Quote Originally Posted by FussyElmo View Post
    Dominoes too many children
    Tom came in from working asking for dominos, cus it's on bogof, just got he menu up and now he's fast asleep
    Helen xXx

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    Easy peasy pizza night for us

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    Good first ever school report here too for my DD so proud of her , especially as she has had tonsilitis on and off since she started.

    So we had home made pizzas for tea - great fun and yummy too

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    Oh I've been watching the tennis. Soo exciting.

    We are having chicken baked with Pesto, spaghetti and peas

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliceK View Post
    Always a take-away on a Friday. It's my treat for the week. It's a tradition in my house. No cleaning after work like other nights and no cooking either

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    me too.

    We will be having chinese - thats the norm although occasionally we will have Indian
    XX Jill XX

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    Awww! Wish I hadn't read this - everyone seems to be eating something yummy and I'm having a Weight Watchers chicken tikka massalla - probably enough to feed a mouse!

    Puh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demonjill View Post
    me too.

    We will be having chinese - thats the norm although occasionally we will have Indian
    Have just ordered our indian, yummmmmm

    xxxx

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    Indian here

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    we had sausage and veg pasta bake then it was off to the pool again, I am determined to get fit and loose weight

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    i had to go to asda as soon as the last child had left, so my boys had hot dogs in pitta bread lol and me and dp had a pasta salad pot from asda.

    i am now enjoying a large milkybar to myself and have shut the curtains as i am still waiting for a parent to pay and i aint answering the door tonight. (will post thru letterbox).

    x

 

 
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