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    Spinach and pumpkin risotto. Home alone without DD so I get to have something she doesn't like!

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    Buckwheat noodles (just realised we have no pasta) with tomato & olive pesto, fish (Coorong mullet) & baby spinach. Cucumber on the side. I've just tasted DD's who's having dinner earlier than us, and am now very much looking forward to ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Tacos!
    Me too. Chicken tacos for us.

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    We had BBQ... Tomorrow night is briner. I've lost the motivation to cook!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullofhope View Post
    Either plain steamed veg or a curried lentil Pie, depending how sick Im feeling...
    I'm intrigued by the lentil pie, how do you make it? Sounds tasty

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    I made a stir fry with beef, veg & egg noodles. The sauce was too bland but DD seemed to enjoy it.

    Tomorrow night is either going to be fried rice (if I'm feeling rubbish) or some sort of risotto (if I'm feeling up to it). This nausea and exhaustion is killing my cooking motivation! Bring on the second trimester.,,

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    Fruit and yoghurt. We had a BBQ at my brothers place late this arvo so not really hungry!

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    Fish and salad

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    Prawns and vodka lol

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    Pasta with a tomato, chilli, bacon and basil sauce with broccolini and asparagus :-)

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