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    Spiced chicken and pomegranate tabouli

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    Chicken snitzels, salad and potato bake

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    A huge 2.5kg Roast chicken and vegetables

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    Slow cooker tuna and pasta casserole

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    It's hot here, and we went out for lunch...so my 20 month old son had a big plate of ham, cheese, his all time favorite cherry tomatoes, carrots, celery, and then a nectarine and grapes. Thinking of having the same

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    Default What's for dinner

    Chicken kiev with roast pumpkin & steamed broc! It's been 38 here for most of the day too hot to cook so making easy dinner!

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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    I got a whole chicken from woolies... put some on a wrap with cheese, tomato and bbq sauce then into the sandwhich press... yummo

    Lazy sunday night food and enough left over to take to work tomorrow!

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    Steak, chips and egg for us simplest option without buying take out and involves minimal effort.

    I really want to make spinach and mushroom lasagne but it is too hot for all that effort lol.

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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    This is what the hospital served me: supposedly herbed chicken drumsticks with steamed veggies and leek and potato soup
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    Luckily I remembered how completely revolting the food is here and got DP to buy me an emergency sandwich and fruit salad earlier.

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    Default What's for dinner

    Grilled chicken & salad with fetta, cooked onion, cooked capsicum, cherry tomatoes, yum!!


 

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