What do you eat for lunch

Dave6170

Member
I will try this tomorrow.
Good food is wasted on me, eating to me is just another job to stop the hunger to get on with life. I’m never fussy, can’t stand picky eaters.
And I eat fast, twice over Xmas at restaurants they give us our meal, ask if we want any sauces etc and by the time they come back I’ve eaten mine and have to sit and watch the weirdos pick and chew and faff for 20 mins!
I recently had a egg, curry and ham in a bowl at a buffet, people think I’m mad, just scoff it and get on with life!

I do enjoy good food, I just don’t mess around
U must be hard on the rennies! :LOL:
 

theboytheboy

Member
Location
Portsmouth
Tupperware pot, tin of mackerel (comes in several flavour sauces) packet of rice (again loads of flavours)
Can be eaten hot or cold.
Add a bit of cooked veg, like pees, sweetcorn, etc if needed
 

DrWazzock

Member
Location
Lincolnshire
A baked potato cold, baked day before. A couple of slices of cold beef lathered in horseradish source. Some spinach leaves. 2 large slices of Christmas cake. Coffee.

Yesterday, beef and rice and 2 large slices of Christmas cake.

We like to do a roast on Sunday and the meat takes us well into the week. This Sunday we roasted a 4lb H bone piece of shorthorn beef which is excellent, kindly given to us by a neighbour for Christmas. It should last myself and the Mrs till Wednesday, then it will be pheasant breast again, wrapped in garlic and bacon and lathered in butter done for half an hour in the oven. There is enough in the freezer to last us till Easter eating it ioncena week. The shooting syndicate keep dropping them in.
 

Steevo

Member
Location
Gloucestershire
A baked potato cold, baked day before. A couple of slices of cold beef lathered in horseradish source. Some spinach leaves. 2 large slices of Christmas cake. Coffee.

Yesterday, beef and rice and 2 large slices of Christmas cake.

We like to do a roast on Sunday and the meat takes us well into the week. This Sunday we roasted a 4lb H bone piece of shorthorn beef which is excellent, kindly given to us by a neighbour for Christmas. It should last myself and the Mrs till Wednesday, then it will be pheasant breast again, wrapped in garlic and bacon and lathered in butter done for half an hour in the oven. There is enough in the freezer to last us till Easter eating it ioncena week. The shooting syndicate keep dropping them in.
Sounds like you’d be happy with almost anything for lunch so long as you had your two large slices of Christmas cake!
 

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