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What are you having for lunch? (rolling thread)

Supershrimper

First XI⭐
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Unsure yet. My wife has taken me into London for our 4th wedding anniversary. She has not yet told me the location which was is interesting as she sometimes gets lost in our house.
Turns out it was lunch at The Sky Garden (Walkie Talkie) Steak Tartare to start, Roast Sirloin of Hereford beef with Yorkshire pudding, Roast potatoes cooked in goose fat and Savoy cabbage and chanteney carrots with a lemon posset and gooseberries for desert.
 

Napster

The Horse with no Name⭐
Joined
Oct 27, 2003
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Location
The wilds of Kent
Turns out it was lunch at The Sky Garden (Walkie Talkie) Steak Tartare to start, Roast Sirloin of Hereford beef with Yorkshire pudding, Roast potatoes cooked in goose fat and Savoy cabbage and chanteney carrots with a lemon posset and gooseberries for desert.
I went there for the folks wedding anniversary and we got lost walking around!! Lovely meal though
 

Chalky

Coach
Joined
Mar 27, 2014
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For fathers day my daughters purchased me a bread maker, and many weeks later, with a few tweeks I have to say that every other day I make a super fresh, natural, loaf with a basic range of white, french or wholemeal.

There's nothing like the smell of fresh baked bread straight out the oven.
Spread a bit of Lurpak across it while still warm. Splendid.
 
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