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    My mum used to make "sausage rolls" like anewme suggested. She'd cook the sausages, wrap in puff pastry and bake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    That's awesome anewme! Thank you. Is the sausage roll recipe when you just take gem out of the skin and put it in puff pastry? Or do you add other things?
    It up to you. You can add extras like grated carrot and onion, garlic or french onion soup mix. What ever you like.

    There is a great sausage roll recipe thread here somewhere. I will see if I can bump it for you.

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    I have started seriously budgeting back on the food... Trying to eat even better but less money. Went to the fresh produce markets got 3 massive bags of fruit and veggies $11 we waited and went when everything was half price then hit up the butcher, they always look after their locals.. Then. Basic grocery shop for all the extras...

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    Trying to decide whether I should make some muffins (which I won't eat but 5 he kids will) or be naughty and cook some slinkied apples with white chocolate between some of the layers and eat with a scoop of ice cream.

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    Feeling pretty proud of myself - had some broccoli that was still ok, but that I normally would have thrown out and heaps of eggs a week away from expiring so whipped up a delicious tuna and broccoli quiche for dinner! It was delicious and felt good to be using things up and being less wasteful

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    I tried the sausage rolls and it was a fail. ended up making pancakes. Will try your recipe next time anewme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    I tried the sausage rolls and it was a fail. ended up making pancakes. Will try your recipe next time anewme.
    Sorry it didn't work for you.

    I broke from my plan last night and cooked corned beef which I had set aside for next week. It just wouldn't stay in the freezer. So I figured it was screaming to cooked.

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    Well I went shopping today and spent $400 for 6 people and need it to last a month. I shopped around and got the cheapest of everything so now to be inventive and make it stretch.

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    Ive recently started a fortnightly menu plan and buying steam fresh frozen veg to use for meals after using the fresh stuff.

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    Well I fell off the Wagon today. Our play date in the park turned into a play at hungry jacks because it was pouring down. So that was $16 for afternoon tea for 7 of us. Than I was stuffed so I grabbed a $12 roast beef for dinner.
    I must admit the roast beef and gravy rolls were delicious.
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