Flourgirl

Whats for Supper...

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Ham, tomato, with watercress from the garden in French bread.  

I am surprised I still have watercress in the garden, I turned it out from my waterfall as it siphoned the water out and emptied my pond.  I dropped it at the bottom of my garden and with all the rain we had over the last couple of months, it has flourished. Jack Frost is well overdue this year and when he arrives he will kill my watercress.  I may be able to prolong it if I cover it with cloches.  

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Slow cooked beef and vegetable stew.  I was intending to have it for lunch, but as I was about to serve it I thought the meat had shrunk, then I realized that I hadn't added the meat, so I added the meat and had it for  supper, which didn't work out too badly as our former foster son was supposed to come for lunch but he didn't turn up till mid afternoon, so we had it this evening, served with rice

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Creamy scrambled egg with chives and Worcestershire sauce. served with fried tomatoes.

 

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Egg bacon and tomatoes.

Just heard the news that today was the hottest November day on record being warm and sunny reaching 22C  in Wales. But not here it wasn't.  It was cold and thick mist all day and fog this evening.

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Wow that is far too hot for me even in summer,  About 75 is enough.  I have reposted under General- NOVEMBER

Still thinking about supper, probably some sort of salad.

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Chile beans with beef served with rice.

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Poisson a la Bordelaise  with baked potato, green beans, asparagus with julienne carrots and celeriac.

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It is still very mild here.  No heavy frosts in fact we have only had 1 light frost,  Watercress is still growing in my garden which Jack would have normally killed it a couple of months ago.  I picked a large bowlful today and made vegetable and watercress soup.  Yummy yummy.

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