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    Default What's for dinner tonight?

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    I put the leftover turkey bits in the crockpot with water overnight to make stock. Will probs freeze that soon and use the crockpot to make ham & lentil soup with the leftover hambone for tonight.
    Try adding a couple of tbsp each vinegar and brown sugar to your lentil soup. My German grandmother used to do it.

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    Yum - thanks!

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    Homemade ham & pineapple pizza's

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    Home made chicken rissoles and salad. Kids salad consists of cheese and carrot .

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    Home-made crumbed chicken pieces for DS with a boiled egg, carrot sticks and cherry tomatoes - totally random dinner! For me, a Vietnamese noodle salad and some wine - totally delicious!!

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    Roast lamb

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    Tacos! Yum, sitting at work thinking about them. Thats how hungry I am lol.

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    We had grilled pork cutlets with brocollini, beans, asparagus and corn cobs. Was no nice after a few days of excess.

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    Just a simple dinner tonight. Red wine casserole with nice fresh bread.

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    Prob pizza delivery


 

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