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    Whats on ternite?

    It’s a cold, wet, windy night here, perfect for our Raclette :-)

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    Just had our homemade soup and toasted baguette (main meal at lunchtime in our house)

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    Bet it was good!

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    Very tasty Bill! Loads of fresh veggies and some vermicelli (as Mr. F. likes the French soup with vermicelli)

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    Come on tatties, hurry up, my mouth is watering now :-)

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    Used to love Raclette Bill , used to have the grill machine, great with friends around!

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    #241922

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    For me, raclette is better in the anticipation than in the actuality. And Mme VK is a line chief in the factory where it’s made here in Brittany!

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    A good ‘social’ meal’ BV, was good tonight with only, even the two of us :-)

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    VK, that’s nice to know they are doing cheese in Brittany. I hope Mme VK is one of the nice ladies working in factories and not as discribe in a previous post ;-)

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    Sausage casserole tonight! Comfort food.

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    Mmmmmmmmmmmmm I do them in red wine BE :-)

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    Yes, Babeth, she is not as described by Fitter and neither are the other female workers, either at the raclette factory or at the chicken abattoir where I work.

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    Behind reading messages – Last night we were going to have bbq steak but it never stopped raining so did them in the griddle pan with a diane sauce and home made chips.

    Tonite is Gammon, new potatoes and peas!!

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    What is a diane sauce Andrea ?

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    Butternut Farcie tonight, have to start ‘ploughing through our harvest :-)

    Shame about the barbie Andrea, was saying to B,  yesterday, we had very few sardine ‘feasts’ this year, I love them barbied but they were really poor skinny specimens this year :scratch:

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    Spicy mince with chick peas, haricot vert and new potatoes. Love roasted Butternut Squash, you’ve just reminded me Bill, so will get one in the week.

    Washed my teddy bear today, had him 50 odd years, he was smelling a bit musty, I felt a bit stressed  looking at him in the washing machine being tossed around, but he seems OK and smells lovely now, can’t bring myself to hang him on the whirly line by his ears, will lay him in the airing cupboard to relax and dry off. :wacko:

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    Beef bourguinon done in slow cooker, with mashed potatos, cabbage and garlic bread. The beef tastes delish – have just tasted it to check on seasoning and its yummy. Wish I’d put the spuds and bread on to cook earlier now.

    Lippy

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    A whole roast chicken with carrots, parsnips, potatoes and onions then  a lemon cheesecake with whipped cream and some nuts to follow. :yahoo:

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    Naughty, but nice Gleaner.

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    Steak Diane is a sauce of crème fraîche or cream , mushrooms and cognac and lit up – in the ’70’s was a favourite!!!!

    I would normally have lit the BBQ but it tipped down all night as have a lid on the BBQ so it usually works .

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    Yummy ! I do a similar sauce but instead of cognac I use pommeau.

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    Looking forward to having the woodburner on all day to get some of our beef burbling away on it, in wine and guinness etc :-)

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    I’m so hungry I could eat my keyboard, but then I wouldn’t be able to finish th…..

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    :yahoo:

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    Gleaner, oven and oven door look nice and clean, brownie points for that!!!! :rose:

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    I  try Tigre. :rose:   Mrs G has just shouted out…”Yeah, he’s very trying!” :unsure:

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    Take it with a pinch of salt, Gleaner, brings out the flavour. ;-)

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    Mrs G just said, Quote “Le petit Jesus en culotte de velours”…….. guess I passed muster…….oh dear, she then added to  that by shouting out, “It was the db’s!” :wacko:

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    We also had a roast chicken, roast spuds, the last of our allotment cauliflower, French beans, lovely gravy and trifle to follow!  :rose:

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    OK, sounds like we all ate well tonight! :-)

    Worrabout Termorra?

    Ideas??? :scratch:

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