bananaboy
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Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 1:56 am

Wow I AM bored...

Also full as a bulls bum.


Just had the traditional "roastie" which by law has top be served every Sunday in the UK.

Today was Roasted Lamb, with potato, parsnip, cauliflower, peas, carrots and, flying in the face of tradition, Yorkshire Puddings.


So the question is this: "What is your traditional Sunday fare?(if you indeed have such a thing.)


Mark
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clrd2go
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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:04 am

While I might skip the cauliflower as described in bananaboy's Sunday meal,
I'll gladly take the rest. My ex inlaws were english and that was our typical
Sunday dinner at their home. I really miss it. (we'd likely have brussels sprouts
instead of cauliflower and of course mint sauce. One day my MIL forgot mint sauce and my FIL had to be tranquilized)


Tonight we'll likely have steaks on the grill. I'm doing all the cooking/cleaning
around here while my wife recuperates from surgery


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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:07 am

Mmmmmm, Sunday roast... you can't beat your mum's cooking. I love it when I'm at home on Sunday! Beef, roast potatoes, cauliflower, carrots, peas, sprouts/cabbage/whatever, gravy. Best when followed by home-made chocolate cake!

However, I'm a poor student and I forgot to go to Tesco earlier to get something for tea, so it's a Pot Noodle for me this evening  weeping 
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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:13 am

My Sundays usually start with a couple of tylenol followed by lots of water and coffee. We have a standing table at a pub in Toronto that my friends and I go to at 1:00pm every Sunday for a greasy bacon and egg brunch and a recap of the night before.

Gotta love traditions.

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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:20 am

Just polished off a delicious Roast Pork. We had some friends over and had a wonderful roast with all the trimmings.

Roast pork, with apple,herb and mustard stuffing, roast potatoes (cooked to perfection), peas, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower and corn, Yorkshire puddings and gravy.

The whole affair was ended with a generous serving of home-made trifle.
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Yum.

I am now quite full, but thinking about what we shall have for dinner.....
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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:20 am

Sunday dinner - this Sunday . . . courtesy of Chef de Cuisine at my house - ME.

Peppercorn Seared Halibut over Sesame Asian Vegetables . . . .

Pretty simple really . . .

Yesterday's dinner, fresh Alaskan Salmon that was swimming on Friday and dinner on Saturday  biggrin  . Can't beat that. . . .
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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:23 am

PIZZZZZZZZZA!!!!!!!!  sun 

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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:24 am

ANC... what time should we be there?  drool 
 
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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:40 am

We had steak and kidney pudding, with carrots, mushy peas, cauliflower and mashed potato. Only thing was, the pastry wasn't cooked properly, so no-one eat that bit. We had home-made chocolate eclairs and profiteroles for afters, mmmm, was lovely. Dad likes to go overboard on a sunday as it's the pnly day of the week when we all sit down together for a meal.
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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:45 am

Quoting Alcregular (Reply 8):
kidney pudding

kidney pudding???????????  ill 

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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 2:57 am

Quoting Clrd2go (Reply 1):
and of course mint sauce. One day my MIL forgot mint sauce and my FIL had to be tranquilized)

Sooo true.

Quoting FLYtoEGCC (Reply 2):
Mmmmmm, Sunday roast... you can't beat your mum's cooking.

Lucky you.. no offense to my mum but I can beat here cooking. I cook the Sunday dinner. Boiling the hell out of vegetables, not to mention the taste, colour and texture is something from her generation that I don't wish to relive. Bless her.

Quoting Canuckpaxguy (Reply 3):
My Sundays usually start with a couple of tylenol followed by lots of water and coffee. We have a standing table at a pub in Toronto that my friends and I go to at 1:00pm every Sunday for a greasy bacon and egg brunch and a recap of the night before.Gotta love traditions.

Sounds good to me!


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RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

Mon May 23, 2005 3:12 am

I'm on holiday, so every day's been like a Sunday ! Still, today's 'lunch' was :
  • Bloody Mary

  • Riz Provençal (fancy term for rice stir-fried with whatever else you can find in the kitchen)

  • Hash Brown Sandwiches (toast, hash browns, butter, ketchup, salt and pepper - yummy !)

  • Cherries


  • The typical Sunday when I'm at home is at a bar overlooking the sea. The bar is enclosed though - need the air conditioning in that state ! The delightful fare usually includes :
  • Margheritas

  • Chips (French Fries to you Yanks  Wink )

  • Lots of moaning and groaning about the night before



  • Yes, I know, I'm a lushy pig !  drunk 
     
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 3:23 am

    I dislike Sunday roasts. I had curry - again. Yum.
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 3:32 am

    Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 12):
    I had curry - again. Yum.

    Ha ha ! It's 20h30 now and that's what we've decided we're having. Not necessarily curry though; just something Indian.
     
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 3:34 am

    I had a very very expensive joint of ham with roast potatoes and cauliflower cheese.
     
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 3:41 am

    I had a kebab with fries and salad and a Cola Turca as drink.

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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 3:43 am

    Patrick, what's a Cola Turca?
     
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 3:48 am

    Quoting Jasepl (Reply 16):
    Patrick, what's a Cola Turca?

    It is a coke from Turkey, the guy in the snack bar recommended it to me because it is brand new here in Germany, I tried it and must say that it was really good.

    Actually I am a big fan of Turkish sodas, Uludag for example is tasting better than Sprite in my opinion.

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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 3:52 am

    I had 2 tuna wraps and 2 cartons of skim milk.
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 4:07 am

    Quoting Sabena332 (Reply 17):
    It is a coke from Turkey, the guy in the snack bar recommended it to me because it is brand new here in Germany, I tried it and must say that it was really good.

    Oh okay. Was it a Coca Cola from Turkey or just a different brand of cola?
     
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 4:36 am

    I had sausages, mash and peas in a pub at LHR T2 with BMIflyer and MYT332.

    Delightful!
     
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 7:47 am

    While Declan had the above, I had A Baked Potato with Tuna Mayo and side salad.

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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 8:12 am

    I had a chinese take away this evening!

    Chicken Chou Mein (not sure about spelling!), and it was delicious!

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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 8:53 am

    Mine tonight was a rather nice Game Pie which my aunt had made for us. Along with the normal trimmings and veg I think it had pheasant, venison (deer), Partridge, Wood pigeon, Rabbit, Chicken, Turkey and whatever else happened to be passing when she made it!

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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 9:29 am

    I just grabbed a bagel earlier. No time or desire to eat a lunch today.
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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 11:06 am

    Microwave meals - $1 per!!  bouncy 

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    RE: Your Sunday Lunch / Dinner

    Mon May 23, 2005 11:12 am

    my "dinner" was a Turkey Bacon Club sub from Sub Shop up the Ave at UW w/ Dr. Pepper - ah kollij, not a sunday dinner, but good nonetheless.
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