"Eat anything" day

Having found that I appear to have put on a "few pounds" over several years and I no longer fit the majority of the clothes in my wardrobe I decided to lose some weight, and it's heading in the right direction.

I have one meal a week where I allow myself a splurge and eat anything I want; but I cannae think what that should be this week.

Last week it was burgers and the weeks before it was pizza and donner kebab.

It can be either a take away or home cooked.

I'm think macaroni cheese, but not 100% sure. Or a curry. With pakoras and nan. Mmmm. Or pies. Mmmm pies...

Any suggestions?
 

shouldbeinbed

Rollin' along
Location
Manchester way
Cannibalism.
 

burndust

Parts unknown...baby
Having found that I appear to have put on a "few pounds" over several years and I no longer fit the majority of the clothes in my wardrobe I decided to lose some weight, and it's heading in the right direction.

I have one meal a week where I allow myself a splurge and eat anything I want; but I cannae think what that should be this week.

Last week it was burgers and the weeks before it was pizza and donner kebab.

It can be either a take away or home cooked.

I'm think macaroni cheese, but not 100% sure. Or a curry. With pakoras and nan. Mmmm. Or pies. Mmmm pies...

Any suggestions?
Well my treat meal the night is a Tandoori mixed grill...Inc the rice and nan
 
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Well my treat meal the night is a Tandoori mixed grill...Inc the rice and nan

I have now read the entire menu of the local Indian and tandoori mixed grill is tempting, although I also spotted they do a "braveheart" pizza which is chilli base, haggis, onion and green chilli...
 

cyberknight

As long as I breathe, I attack.
I too have put on weight at x mas , mostly muscle if i look in the mirror, as i have been doing pull ups and press ups a lot, its gonna be a swine to shift as i have been back at work 3 weeks and its not shifting .
 

deptfordmarmoset

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Armonmy Way
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Always a winner, but the trick is to flour it before you dip in the batter or it doesn't stick right.
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Ah, if you're deep frying your macaroni cheese in batter, you could put a Mars bar in at one end and have a two course meal in one.
 

burndust

Parts unknown...baby
I have now read the entire menu of the local Indian and tandoori mixed grill is tempting, although I also spotted they do a "braveheart" pizza which is chilli base, haggis, onion and green chilli...

that pizza sounds familiar....can't get a decent pizza round my way...The only decent place upped sticks and moved to glesgae...so I don't bother..unless I can be arsed making my own
 
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that pizza sounds familiar....can't get a decent pizza round my way...The only decent place upped sticks and moved to glesgae...so I don't bother..unless I can be arsed making my own

I tend to stick to Italian pizza rather than "Indian" versions. Now, there's a thought...there is a great Italian in Melrose that does takeaway.
 

screenman

Legendary Member
A nice chicken salad would suit me, followed by an apple for desserts. Instead we are out for the night before Burns night night with all the trimmings, should be good.
 
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