Tuesday, September 15, 2020

The tucker on the table

When Household Management feels a bit over cooking, I may suggest to to him that we just have lamb chops or sausages with  chips and eggs. It is an easy meal to cook. 

I can still make him laugh. When I asked if he would like dinner suggestions for tomorrow night he said yes, what? I replied, Chicken schnitzel? Chicken Kiev? Or maybe just an omelette, chips and eggs. 

Two seconds later he laughed.

PS We are having Chicken Kiev.

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  1. Enjoy.
    Baked dinner here as in baked chicken, potatoes and so on.

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    1. Margaret, we gave up on roasting chickens years ago. Charcoal Chicken does it much better.

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    2. I remember Charcoal Chicken, but sadly SA doesn't have one. I also remember when KFC did whole barbecued chickens, we'd get one every payday, they were so yummy. Sadly, no longer available for many years now.

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  2. Still laughing is an excellent. And getting Chicken Kiev doesn't sound bad either.

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    1. EC, I am hungry and thinking of the oozing garlic butter.

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  3. This cook’s also fed up with cooking so Sausage, bacon, fired egg and tomato along with baked beans tonight.....what The Golfer calls a NAAFI special.
    The Golfer will have the lot - I’ll be minus the beans and tomatoes but will have a bit of bread and butter with mine
    We sure know how to live :)

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    1. Cathy, I wouldn't mind joining with what The Golfer is having. I am sure the F in NAAFI is a bad word.

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    2. Navy Army and Airforce Institute -
      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navy,_Army_and_Air_Force_Institutes

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    3. Yes, after I Googled it.

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  4. Do you trade off on cooking?

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    1. Yeah, I wash his socks and underpants.

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  5. Giggling Cures All - Well Done

    Cheers

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    1. I think Padre would make me chuckle at times in person.

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  6. Chicken Kiev sounds exotic.

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    1. Gigi, chicken fillet filled with garlic butter.

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  7. Laughter is always a plus. Chicken Kiev sounds pretty good, actually!

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    1. Steve, we don't have it too often but enjoy when we do.

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  8. Nothing like a laugh. It's been a while since I had schnitzel, I miss it. No Hungarian eateries out here on The Edge.

    XO
    WWW

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  9. Laughing is the best for a good health !There are even laughing courses !!

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    1. Gattina, I walked past a laughing club in the park one day and it was very infectious.

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  10. How could he not laugh Andrew, you make me laugh all the time.. don't tell me he is immune I won't believe it 😁 I think after many temper tantrums I've got the hang of new blogger now, I refuse to let a crappy computer programmer get the better of me and p.s. thank God for P and his patience 😁😁

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    1. Grace, someone here had a computer temper tantrum yesterday. I had to take over. The worst I think is that this is ridiculous, and then get about solving it.

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  11. Simple, quick and easy is the way to go for me!

    I had chicken schnitzel one day last week. And I've just taken a frozen meal (a home-made beef mish-mash of sorts) out of my freezer to have later.

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    1. Beef mish-mash sounds good to me Lee.

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  12. Hooray for laughing partners. I had schnitzel and salad last night, I have a freezer half full of ready to cook home made chicken schnitzels. Tonight's dinner will be beef potroast (it's simmering on the stove right now) with mashed potato and green beans.

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    1. River, you are looking after yourself and will live to a ripe old age.

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