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    Actually you can get a pic of the soup cos there is some left. But yesterday it was served with bread floating in it and melted cheese on top.

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    As for election night, gonna go to theatre to try and take my mind off it until results come in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Red wine with Coke. Going to try and abuse everyone on the election thread tonight. I want it total collective emotional meltdown.
    combined, or each in its own glass? and I don't imagine you mean small "c" coke, right?

    go easy on everyone in the election thread, sensitive times. (I'm just trying to head off one of those periodic dissensus blowups that barty is so fond of.)

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    Combined in the same glass Spanish style

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    I don't know if I'll do cocaine again. I mean, I will if it appears when I'm already very drunk but otherwise I don't think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Combined in the same glass Spanish style
    Why isn't there an "I don't like this!" button?
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    Yesterday: pennoni lisci, tinned mackerel, broccoli, onions, cheese, despair.

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    local cuban restaurant last night, got a special: the cuban rubin. made like a traditional Cuban sandwich (thinly sliced roast pork, ham, cheese and pickles, pressed flat), but with corned beef and braised short ribs as the meat. two glasses of cabernet to ease the pain of world politics.

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    Yeah the situation is very bad, I am very hungover... read the exit polls during the interval and promptly downed two large glasses of wine. Anyway, onion soup for lunch, here in all its glory

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    Roast vegetable madras from the Fresh India book, but with butternut squash, cherry tomatoes and peas rather than the recommended winter veg mix because the cornershop isn't great for winter veg. No rice / bread, but yoghurt and tamarind chutney on the side.

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    Roast chicken and roast Mediterranean veg cooked by my mum at my sister's house because family.

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    out again, truffle carbonara: cavatelli, poached egg, peas, percorino, pancetta. it was a byob place, so washed down with a cold bottle of Casal Garcia, our favorite cheap vihno verde.

    hey rich, curious how much vihno verde goes for in Lisbon? Casal Garcia runs about $7 here, other brands up to around $12.

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    In supermarkets drinkable ones start about 1.99 - there may be some cheaper ones but I wouldn't advise em. In a restaurant maybe they start at about 5 euros, I'm not totally sure to be honest but it's normally the cheapest wine. In fact, come to think of it some places have it on tap with gas for the bubbles and that's even cheaper.

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    Cleared out the fridge / vegetable drawer a bit - carrot and sweet potato soup with feta crumbled onto the top.

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    Hello.


    Lamb meatballs with coriander and cumin.
    Baked with a tomato sauce and melted goat's cheese.
    Pitta
    Portuguese white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellsman View Post
    Hello.


    Lamb meatballs with coriander and cumin.
    Baked with a tomato sauce and melted goat's cheese.
    Pitta
    Portuguese white.
    welcome mellsman. not only does that dinner sound delicious, but I love that DotD is where you decided to post your first comment. more, please.

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