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Bambi
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PostSubject: Salmon for dinner   Salmon for dinner Icon_minitime16/6/2007, 9:27 am

Hi guys

Well as u know we went into town today (we were in and out in an hour, no messsing!) and when we went past the fish shops T obviously could smell the fish and wanted some.

So we started browsing the shops and their selection (about 3 shops all in a row that sell nothing but fish) i tried to encourage the monk fish (no skin & bones) but he wouldnt have it and when i suggested cod he immeditately told me 'no! it cant be white fish' so that was me told!

I then pointed out some lovely slamon steaks to him and he liked the look of them immediately, so we got 2 beautiful salmon steaks for our dinner. I have it in the oven now and we are having steamed veg and new potatoes with them, ummmmmmmmmmmmm i cant wait myself!

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PostSubject: Re: Salmon for dinner   Salmon for dinner Icon_minitime16/6/2007, 11:44 am

More scrummy-ness! Wink

I feel really hungry now, can I pop round and share your dinner??

I could be there in about 6 hours if I don't let C have any "comfort breaks"...
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PostSubject: Re: Salmon for dinner   Salmon for dinner Icon_minitime16/6/2007, 1:18 pm

oh sounds lovely, havent had salmon for a while.
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PostSubject: Re: Salmon for dinner   Salmon for dinner Icon_minitime16/6/2007, 2:11 pm

I like tuna steaks myself. It's meatier than many meats and is quite delicious. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Salmon for dinner   Salmon for dinner Icon_minitime16/6/2007, 2:43 pm

We did inspect the Tuna but T opted for the pink variety this time, it was yummy and next time im making it mum2c i will give u a days notice! Wink

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