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Gravy Queen

Sunday Lunch ?

Haven't done this for a little while have we ?

What have you got planned this fine chilly day ?

I am doing something a bit different today , Jamie's Mechoui lamb . I marinated it in spices and yogurt overnight (even made my own Harissa, get me !) . Now it will slow cook ready for late afternoon. Doing it with pitta breads, a sour cream dip and pomegranate.

Plenty for leftovers tomorrow and might do a lamb biryani with it .

I could do with some kind of pud too really but trying to be good !

What's cooking in your kitchens ?

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Liz from Cumbria

Chilli....

to match the day. Here in my part of Cumbria we don't have any snow (plenty in the rest of the County though) but it's bitterly cold so chilli seemed like a good idea.

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sandra

Sunday Lunch

Cooked up a storm yesterday so just a reheat today.
Probably the goulash served with baked spuds. You need "stick to the ribs" stuff in this weather I feel !

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Gerry

lunch today

Remains of lettuce and seaweed soup from yesterday; duck breasts with lemon/maplesyrup/wine sauce; veg are flageolet beans, potatoes, carrots and peas; vegan "ice-cream" to follow, choice of chocolate, blueberry or grapefruit (or all 3).

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Dottie May

Sunday Meals

Still plenty of snow here so eating from the freezer. For Lunch we are having Chicken Skillie (Soup) with toast and for our evening meal it is Spag. Bol. and Garlic Bread with a side salad for me. Followed by Choc. covered icecream bars. The wine supply is holding out so a couple of glasses of Australian Red.

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Pork Chop

Sunday lunch

Pheasant in red wine and quince In casserole on top of woodburner. Run out of potatoes! So bread in bread machine. Using the last of fresh veg. No pud for me, just a yoghurt and fruit.

I, too, am eating out of the freezer. Amazing what meat and fish I have in there. At least it will be ready for a new stock of food to go in.

Running perilously low on the wine stock, but still have plenty of gin, including four bottles of sloe gin, so I should be ok!

More snow forecast for our area again today. We already have a good 6". Am getting fed up with it now.

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Thistledo

Sunday main meal

I must be the old fashioned one amongst us. Roast chicken, 'doctored Paxo', roast spudsparsnip, sprouts/carrots with thick gravy - with bits in of course! Must have me bits.

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Essex Girl

Lunch today

I'm using some left-over lamb from the freezer to make a shepherd's pie - and lots of vegetables too. Definitely no pud.

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queen jean

old fashioned

yep me too good old sunday dinner .nothing else will do .or its mayhem here .and today for pud jam roly poly and custard my fave .cant wait im looking forward to that later

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Sue G

Sunday Lunch

We don't have a Sunday Lunch, hubby is either off playing football or at work, so main meal is in the evening.

I did make a chili tomato soup for lunch.
Have some beef left in the fridge to do a stir fry tonight. Going out for drinks first & so might end up eating there.

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tubs

Sunday lunch

Hubby's made a steak and kidney pudding (without he kidney. We no like!) it's his signature dish and his only one for that matter! He makes it once a year and today's the day, well he started it yesterday by cooking the meat. Got 30 minutes to go, smelling good. Just right on this cold snowy day.

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Anastasia

Pork

Had a beautiful piece of pork shoulder today.
I rubbed some salt & brown sugar into the skin yesterday , then popped it in the oven on high high for 20 mins uncovered , then sealed the tin , turned the oven down , & let it cook for
4 hours .
I then removed the foil , & gave it a blast of heat for 15 mins to finish off the crackling.
It really was so delicious , meltingly tender with a hint of sweetness ( a bit like me).
I served this with buttery mash , cabbage & sugarsnap peas, & gravy.
A very cheap meal , but so delicious.

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jampling

Sunday Lunch

Due to various circumstances, we ended up having our weekly roast yesterday instead of today: a gorgeous grain-fed chicken complete with our favourite the sides...fennel, sprouts, caremelized carrots, roasties, gravy and bread sauce. Yummy.

So that means today will be a cold chicken spread for dinner tonight, complete with twice-baked jacket potatoes, pickles and salad.

The left-over potatoes from yesterday will go to make hash for brunch.

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Kilmory

Sunday lunch

We decided before the snow set in on Friday that we'd take the opportunity to eat out of the freezer rather than stock up.

So today we've just had a baked gammon joint with a plum sauce (that's them from 2011 used up!)with 4 roasted veg. and potatoes and pureed sprouts a la Martha Stewart.

I quite enjoyed googling to find suggestions and it was a good meal!

Kilmory

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Christine - Lancashire Lass

Sunday Lunch

Like a lot of posters I had a cook-in day yesterday. Our local butcher had a special offer on beef skirt so yesterday we had Delias beef in cider & I also made Delias poor mans stroganoff at the same time with the rest of the beef. Half went into the freezer for another day & half is todays dinner with garlic rice & broccoli. Last of the apples baked I think, for desert with custard.

 
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