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    Default Chat thread....

    Hello all.

    So what are we all thinking about tonight?

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    If we are being honest? What sort of slow cooker food you could get away with serving at a semi formal event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    If we are being honest? What sort of slow cooker food you could get away with serving at a semi formal event.
    I'd do some curries.

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    I'm looking at the pile of school books that need contacting for DD3 and wondering if I can convince my older kids to do it.

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    I was thinking pulled beef rolls served with coleslaw, maybe a curry (possibly lentil curry as there are vegetarians to consider), And maybe potato bake. With salad sides

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    I'm looking at the pile of school books that need contacting for DD3 and wondering if I can convince my older kids to do it.
    I like doing them but the dd1 school don't contact books. The teacher gets them to paste cover pages on them instead.

    Dd2 is starting this year and contact is on her list so maybe I will get a chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    If we are being honest? What sort of slow cooker food you could get away with serving at a semi formal event.
    Lasagna meat or roasted vegetables layered. OMG yummy

    Curries

    Pulled or roasted anything

    Your whole spuds to go on the side.

    What would you normally do? See if it can be converted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    I'm looking at the pile of school books that need contacting for DD3 and wondering if I can convince my older kids to do it.
    Love that idea.

    I am slack I don't cover anything.

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    I don't mind the first one or two, but she has fifteen that need doing. Too late to start tonight.

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    I just buy the vinyl covers from EZ covers or Spencil. I'm reusing last years they have lasted that well.


 

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