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    Chicken and vegetable soup, not a stew(btw what is the difference?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Whatever you call 'em, they taste good with some butter, salt and pepper.
    Indeed, they do!

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    Post up some slop Snubs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Post up some slop Snubs
    You just did that for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Chicken and vegetable soup, not a stew(btw what is the difference?)

    The Difference Between Soup and Stew

    Soup and stew both serve the same purpose: To provide us with a nourishing, comforting meal the whole family will love. They’re also both served in bowls, they’re both delicious and they both pair perfectly with Pillsbury™ crescents or biscuits for dunking. Beyond that, however, there are several distinctions that make up a soup vs. a stew. Let’s simmer more on that, shall we?
    The main difference between soup and stew is found in the primary ingredient: liquid. In soup, the liquid is the main deliverer of the ingredients within the pot. Soup can either be completely liquified, or it can include other elements (such as meat, fish or vegetables) that are fully submerged in broth, water or stock.
    Stew, however, is much heartier and thicker than soup. The ingredients are chunkier, too, and while the overall dish includes liquid, it contains just enough to cover the main ingredients.
    Another way to look at it: Soup is any combination of ingredients cooked in liquid. Stew is any dish that’s prepared by stewing—that is, submerging the ingredients with just enough liquid to cook them through at a simmer in a covered pot for a long time.

    https://www.pillsbury.com/everyday-eats/dinner-tonight/soup-vs-stew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I take every opportunity I can to get some veg down the daughter.
    Good man.

    Next, look at reducing the extra large portion sizes and amount of 'stodge', and cutting out the pudding/cake desserts.



    Carrot meatballs are a big hit here - grated carrot, onion and garlic, then the grated carrot is finely minced and added at a 1:1 ratio with the meat. Served in a wholegrain wrap with lettuce, kebab style.


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    Lamb doner kebab with garlic mayo after a few beers? Why not




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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Carrot meatballs are a big hit here - grated carrot, onion and garlic, then the grated carrot is finely minced and added at a 1:1 ratio with the meat. Served in a wholegrain wrap with lettuce, kebab style.
    Was requested, but decided to go nutzo and switch them up into a spirally ragu sauce pasta with corn on the cob.




    A hit with everyone and some extra wine in the sauce so she won't be disturbin' me when I'm sending me evening reds and greens.

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    ^ A lot of words to say 'pasta stodge'!

    Surely that ain't grated cheese on top?

    Anyway, I wanted carrot balls wrapped in lettuce tonight but the daughter asked for my sustaining signature dish of baked pork in apricots.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    'pasta stodge'!
    Amen. She could do with filling out a bit. Bladdy burns energy running around the place all day.



    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    grated cheese
    Oh yes.

    Dem bones dem bones need, calcium, dem bones dem bones need, calcium.


    Will be singing that song all night now.


    And that's the natural law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ A lot of words to say 'pasta stodge'!

    Surely that ain't grated cheese on top?

    Anyway, I wanted carrot balls wrapped in lettuce tonight but the daughter asked for my sustaining signature dish of baked pork in apricots.

    Money...


    Im almost too nervous to ask, but did you just spoon half a jar of apricot jam over a couple of slices of pork?

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    ^ I found a bag of frozen apricots in the bottom of the freezer and don't really know what to do with 'em. Those were pork chops topped with apricots, wrapped in foil and baked.

    Tonight may be chicken a la apricot.

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