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Best solution for me living alone Dave, I'm quite capable of cooking but to go out and buy the ingredients, prepare and cook it would take quite some time so this and others for £3.50 each at Sainsbury's suits me fine.
exactly, sir.

Not had an hotpot for years... that's another on my bucket list when I've hit my target weight.

my eldest son had a job in Clitheroe prepping ready meals for the likes of Booths ( a predominantly Northern, high end supermarket).
He said that the ingredients were top notch.

Will we be seeing you starring in one of those TV adverts , where some bod turns up at a home laden with meals for the householder?
 

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Will we be seeing you starring in one of those TV adverts , where some bod turns up at a home laden with meals for the householder?
Errrr.....highly unlikely Dave!
 

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superb.
I'm a big fan of quality ready meals.
No hassle, (dish)washing up , ready in minutes.

some wag will segway this to include a pot noodle.
Nawt wrong with adding a good dollop of Pot Noodles with a ready meal, more so if the portion size is a little wanting. Tend to split a pot between 2 of us though and make the noodles with less water than instructed. So easy to prepare too, microwave in use for the meals and only the kettle needed for the noodles.
 

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Nawt wrong with adding a good dollop of Pot Noodles with a ready meal, more so if the portion size is a little wanting. Tend to split a pot between 2 of us though and make the noodles with less water than instructed. So easy to prepare too, microwave in use for the meals and only the kettle needed for the noodles.
not sure if pot noodle ( or any noodle based food stuff) wld sit nicely with Geoff's hotpot tbh.
However I'm happy to be convinced otherwise.

Fell off the no Fry's chocolate cream wagon last night.

So nothing eaten today and won't be until tonight.
 

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tonight I shall be mostly eating
BBQ'd sossiges, burgers and chicken fillets.
 
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venison sossiges are a great idea...but the lack of fat means they just don't quite work.
 
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venison sossiges are a great idea...but the lack of fat means they just don't quite work.
Like the sound of them, were they deer?

how much have you lost now Dave?
I’m on another drive too. :(
 
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Found the same with chicken sausages too. Think I tried ostrich sausages once, same there.
 
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Like the sound of them, were they deer?

how much have you lost now Dave?
I’m on another drive too. :(
I'd say about 8lb....and put 6 back on.

I'm going on which suits fit or don't...as opposed to weight.
 
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correction....

below 13st...so that 4lb off since I last stepped on the scales .

amazing just what cutting back ( out) the booze can do
 
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took blackpudding out of the freezer last night.
Didn't look close enough and found it was bloody haggis.
.RESULT.

had haggis for breakfast

lovely.
 
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While staying in an Edinburgh hotel not so long ago, at breakfast I asked a waitress if the haggis was farmed or wild caught, for a joke. She said she didn't know and would ask the chef!
 
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While staying in an Edinburgh hotel not so long ago, at breakfast I asked a waitress if the haggis was farmed or wild caught, for a joke. She said she didn't know and would ask the chef!
no doubt a non native, in hospitality, bet the chef was wondering too ;)
 
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yesterday I was mostly eating

1 x pouch of mozzarella
1x pack of peppered salami
1 x homemade chilli beef burger
1x pork chop.
2 x frankfurter

under 5g of carb
 

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Just had a baby-bel. Yep it was rubbish.
 
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I wasn't wearing my waxed jacket :oops:
 

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this week I shall be mostly devouring German sossige ( ooh), courtesy of the sossige man.
very low carb.
 

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Like most weekdays a good quality sausage from Costco + 2 scrambled eggs breakie
Lunch today was anchovies and mackerel in olive oil (drained) and two boiled eggs
Tea tonight will be tandoori sea bass with plenty of salad
 
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Like most weekdays a good quality sausage from Costco + 2 scrambled eggs breakie
Lunch today was anchovies and mackerel in olive oil (drained) and two boiled eggs
Tea tonight will be tandoori sea bass with plenty of salad
perfect

I've not eaten today but a lump of ribeye will be nicely bbq'd at 5pm.
 
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