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    Beef stir fry, with lots of veg, hokkien noodles and cherry bbq sauce!

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    Moroccan chicken, steamed veggies & rice

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    Roast pumpkin and bacon penne pasta, with lots of sundried tomato pesto and roasted capsicum strips.. yum!

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    Making the DH's favourite meal... A fry up.. more or less.
    Bacon, eggs, tomatoes, sausages, toast, mushrooms, and pancakes

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    Butter Chicken

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    Thermomix chicken and veg 'fried rice' - already made ready to eat after we get back from a day out

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    Beef stew in the slow cooker

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    Roast lamb & vegetables in the slow cooker!

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    Not 100% sure yet....I can't be effed cooking so might be takeaway...

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    Slow cooker roast beef and veggies that was suppose to be last night except we forgot to put it on early enough!


 

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