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    AskCy
    Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:55 pm
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    the chocs are a tin of cadburys heroes.. minature well known chocolate bars
    Debbwl
    Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:20 pm
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    AskCy wrote:
    yeah pea and ham soup... from a tin !


    My grandda worked for Campbell soup so we ate lots of tin soup growing up. icon_wink.gif
    AskCy
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:27 pm
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    time for a few more photos...

    lunch time... haslet (a spicy chopped meat loaf) on granary bread
    (mobile phone)


    tea time.. lasy town.....
    (HS30EXR)


    and a photo I'm calling "sunshine on a winters day"
    (Mobile phone)
    AskCy
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:31 pm
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    yesterdays tea.. Indian spiced chicken wraps..(HS30EXR)


    and lunch... ham and watercress...(mobile phone)


    all weathers on one street (mobile)
    AskCy
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 2:28 pm
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    going back to the burgers (a page or two back)...using the leftover ones to make some spicy wraps for my bait at work

    Debbwl
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:14 pm
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    Two weeks of rain and two days of fog makes your photo of the sunshine look like a breath of fresh air.

    You lasy town tea stands up and looks so nice as we are so used to seeing meat and veggie pies served in there baking dish.

    That Indian spiced chicken wrap look soooo tasty and the colors are wonderful.

    The street shot is so pretty in its own way, know a lot of people don’t like winter but I think winter has as much beauty as summer.
    AskCy
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:43 am
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    breakfast time....

    bacon, blackpudding, mushrooms and egg on thick slabs of toasted granary bread



    Steve
    AskCy
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:17 pm
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    tea time.. braised beef....



    Steve
    Debbwl
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:32 pm
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    Very hearty looking meals! The thumb nail does not do that breakfast any favors as you have to open it all the way to full appreciate the quality and detail.
    AskCy
    Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:23 am
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    thanks... yeah you need to open the thumbnails up to see them properly... icon_smile.gif

    Steve
    AskCy
    Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:33 am
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    Pork steaks on a creamy pasta bed



    Steve
    Debbwl
    Tue Dec 11, 2012 8:39 pm
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    AskCy wrote:
    Pork steaks on a creamy pasta bed



    Steve


    Oh Steve that pork steak photo is amazingly pretty and yummy! You really out did yourself with that photo, hope it was posted to a recipe so that maybe it will make page one.
    Becky in Wisconsin
    Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:24 am
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    Steve - I have a question - when you say "tea time" what time of day is that? I see you use that phrase often to describe your meals, and was always wondering what time of day that is for you.

    Oh, and BTW - great pictures as usual. I am always amazed at your work. You put a lot of time and effort into it, and it shows. Me, I'm not so patient to do so much. By the time supper/dinner is ready, I'm sometimes in no mood to monkey around with staging and taking a picture, I just want to eat. LOL If I'm trying a new recipe from here, then I will put a little time and effort into putting a nice picture to the recipe with a review. But, mostly it is a time thing.
    AskCy
    Wed Dec 12, 2012 1:35 pm
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    ok here goes.. do your best to keep up as this might get complicated...lol

    First off, you must realise that I live in the North of England... where Summer is when the rain is a bit warmer..(well not far off lol)... so people going out to work all day wouldn't be waiting until 8pm at night to eat a meal... they would want something hot when they got in....

    Breakfast - first meal of the day, eaten between getting up and lets say 9:30am - toast, cereal, boiled eggs, beans on toast, bacon butty type things.

    Brunch - not always eaten every day and would tend to replace breakfast and the midday meal, eaten around 11am usually done on a Sunday when everyone is off school/work and you have time to go that bit further.. a big cooked meal with "bacon, eggs, sausages, beans, fried bread, tomatoes, blackpudding, toast, mushrooms" and many variations along that line. Usually you wouldn't eat again until the end of the day if you had done this.

    Dinner time - Middle of the day , this is a bit of an odd thing... why ?.. Well because if its at home and a cooked meal we tend to call it "dinner" but if you take something to work you tend to call it "lunch" (as in a packed lunch.. which very locally in our house would be called your "bait")... so this could be a big cooked meal (after a small breakfast remember, not a brunch)... or could be sandwiches, pasta and chicken, fruit,salads etc at work..

    Tea time - the evening meal but it would tend to be around 4:30 to 6pm for most people... as the children finish school starving and mum and dad finish work.... again a cooked meal...sometimes sandwiches and soup.. sometimes a salad etc...

    Supper time - sometimes but not always you might get a big hungry later on... so around 8-10pm you might have a light sandwich, a packet of crisps, a slice of toast... etc..(not really a meal just sometimes you are starving..)

    Takeaway time - if you happen to be of an age where you go out drinking the night away.... any time from 10pm till the very early hours might find you in the takeaway ordering anything from fried chicken to curries or kebabs....

    Meals tend to vary, a big breakfast means you wouldn't be hungry in the middle of the day so might have a much lighter meal etc.. etc..etc...

    oh and not everyone in the UK follows these same times and meal names.. some call the evening meal "dinner" and other have it later in the evening...

    hope this helps.. icon_lol.gif
    AskCy
    Wed Dec 12, 2012 1:41 pm
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    todays dinner/lunch/bait
    (mobile phone)
    Left over sausages sliced thin and put on a bed of salad in a crusty stick


    (fujifilm HS30EXR and lighting)
    and tonights tea/dinner/evening meal... lol
    corned beef hash and steeped peas


    Steve
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