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    Home made lasagna. ..with herbs from my garden! I was quite excited about that part. Lol

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    Easy one tonight. chicken, cheese and avocado melts

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    Crumbed baked chicken tenderloins and sweet potato "chips"

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    Honey soy chicken wings with garlicky mash, broccoli, peas and honey carrots.

    At the rate the chickens cooking we'll be having a late dinner :/

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    'Zoodles' and bolognaise...if I can get off my bum to do it

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    Loaded sausages with cheesy potato wedges.

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    Roast pork with mashed potato, roasted carrots and sweet potato, broccoli, asparagus and corn on the cob. And gravy.

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    Leftover minestrone. Which was even more tomato-ey than yesterday. Nom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Roast pork with mashed potato, roasted carrots and sweet potato, broccoli, asparagus and corn on the cob. And gravy.
    OMG that sounds yum.
    I am drooling.

    I hate fish but since it so cheap atm that what we are having.

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    stir fry (broccoli, capsicum, carrot and mushroom with a tamarind & tomato sauce)


 

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