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Thursday, 27 March 2014

Win a Fantastic Healthy Veg Box


Riverford delivers delicious and award-winning organic vegboxes and other food fresh straight  from the farm to your door and for this months competition we have one of their delicious hampers to give away.

Riverford offers a range of weekly organic essentials like vegetables as well eggs, milk, meat, juices and cereals, they can even deliver wine and chocolate when you need a treat and their amazing Organic vegboxes start from just £10.45. The Riverford box scheme began when Guy Watson started delivering vegetables locally to 30 friends in Devon. They now deliver around 40,000 boxes a week to homes around the UK from their regional farms. Ordering is easy and flexible, delivery is free and you don’t even need to be at home. www.riverford.co.uk

The prize is a large vegbox with meet that will be enough organic meat and veg to feed 4+ people for around a week. Typically 12 veg varieties with potatoes, carrots and onions most weeks. You’ll also get 3 RSPCA award-winning meat items that will always include a joint and mince, plus a different cut such as diced chicken.

To be in with a chance simply tell us what you would like to cook with your prize.

Extra entries can be made by sharing this competition on Twitter (include #DiligentGardener) or by liking our page and sharing the competition on Facebook.

An additional entry can be made by "following" this blog via Google Friend Connect

Terms and conditions: This competition closes at 23.59 on 30 April 2014. Any entries received after this time will not be counted. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older to enter. By entering this competition you agree and consent to your name being published and by taking part in the competition, entrants are deemed to have read, understood and accepted all of the Terms and Conditions and agreed to be bound by them. The winner will be selected at random from the valid entries and will be announced here on the blog. Please make sure we are able to contact you if you do win.

318 comments:

  1. A roast with roast potations, onion gravy, carrot and parsnip mash, broccoli

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  2. Leek & potato soup with cheese and baked chicken for sandwiches on a nice thick piece of crusty bread

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  3. I would have all the family over for a big English roast dinner, that would be fantastic.

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  4. Sausage 'n' Cider Pie.

    My wife's favourite.

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  5. Chicken stir fry

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  6. For me, it would have to be the classic roast dinner, with a starter of vegetable soup.

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  7. Beef & vegetable casserole
    It's so easy and very healthy and good for you

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  8. Edward Guerreiro27 March 2014 at 13:38

    If it includes mince, especially lamb, I would definitely cook a homemade Doner kebab and chips. Its tastes very similar to the takeaway, but is much much healthier. Plus, I would have fresh vegetables with it, which is something that it wouldn’t have in common with the takeaway version.

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    1. Edward Guerreiro27 March 2014 at 13:40

      I also tweeted about the competition, see here:
      https://twitter.com/LadderLeaper/status/449178821065854976

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  9. Roasted meat with plenty of steamed vegetables with lovely rich gravy.

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  10. Carrot and coriander soup followed by a roast dinner. Lovely!

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  11. A casserole as it's nice and warming and it's still pretty cold where i live. :)

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  12. A beautiful roast dinner for my family with all the trimmings

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  13. a roast dinner with all the trimmings :-)

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  14. I would make loads of things as cooking is my passion,
    Cauliflower, broccoli and bacon gratin.
    Red lentil and vegetable Dhal.
    A Moussaka with the mince and lots of vegetables.
    Carrot and coriander soup etc...

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  15. a lovely shepherds pie with lots of veg on the side

    KATHY D

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  16. A nice sunday roast dinner.

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  17. Broccoli and Stilton Soup followed by Roast chicken roast potatoes and lots of veg followed by apple pie

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  18. Vegetable Soup and a Roast dinner

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  19. A big roast dinner for my family.

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  20. Beof bouguinon, ratouille, soups, lasagne and roast with vegetables. Oh, I could do so much with just one box and throw it in the freezer to last for a while.

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  21. A chicken and vegetable casserole

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  22. I would make a Japanese chicken rice bake it is so delicious and would be even better with the gorgeous veg in the box :)

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  23. I would cook a lovely Sunday Roast for the family and enjoy treating them all to some wonderful fresh produce x

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  24. vegetarian lasagna

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  25. A lovely roast dinner and a chicken casserole

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  26. A roast dinner - that would cook up a feast

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  27. id love to make potato hash or a roast dinner , the box sounds absolutely fab :) have also shared too x

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  28. Christine shelley27 March 2014 at 15:22

    An Easter Day roast for all my visitors

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  29. I'd make a warming Beef & vegetable casserole

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  30. An awesome roast dinner for all the family :)

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  31. My husband makes great Chinese food so he'd make a lovely stir fry!
    @BoostieBoo

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  32. Traditional Roast, Delicious !

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  33. Chicken and vegetable casserole

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  34. A lovely roast chicken dinner with steam vegetables. Then perhaps a chicken stir fry with the left overs - yummy.

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  35. Have all the family round for a Sunday roast

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  36. Roast lamb with plenty of fresh vegetables and roast potatoes and home made welsh gravy with mint sauce. Delicious

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  37. I'd use the mince to make some homemade burgers and top them with some stilton and serve with steamed veg and boiled potatoes.

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  38. I'd make a full hit Sunday dinner with all the trimmings

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  39. i would make a chicken ceaser salad with the chicken breasts a chicken, a stir fry noodle dish with the legs and the broccoli, a chicken and vegetable soup with the chicken carcus, a sausage and veg cassarole, some leak and potato soup, cauliflower cheese and a lovely baked vegetable and cheese quiche and still have loads left over

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  40. roast chicken with loads and loads of vegetables please

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  41. Those ingredients have Chicken Tagine written all over them.

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  42. Vegetable lasagne. With a chicken I'd make either Italian Lemon chicken or chicken Tagine

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  43. Vegetable soup and a chicken and mushroom risotto

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  44. Mediterranean chicken with oven roasted herby vegetables

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  45. I would make a chicken casserole

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  46. I'd make a beautiful vegetable lasagne

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  47. Beef casserole

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  48. i would cook lots of different soups... butternut squash, leek and potatoe and a winter veg soup with the rest

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  49. I'd make a chunky vegetable soup

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  50. I would cook a huge veggie stew and freeze some of it for later.

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  51. Although winter is coming to an end on Sunday, it would have to be a Beef Stew with Dumplings:-)

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  52. butternut squash risotto followed by roast chicken

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  53. A nice shephards pie with lots of veg yummy

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  54. A lovely healthy chicken and veg soup

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  55. a roast dinner definitely
    @sarahrees151286

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  56. chicken stew in slow cooker with lots of vegies

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  57. Roast Beef with roast carrots garlic parsnips and potatoes yummy

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  58. A proper roast dinner - I suspect that'll be a popular answer!

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  59. roast dinner, casseroles,. a veggie tart and a leek and potato soup :)

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  60. already like your facebook page

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  61. would have to be a roast dinner!

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  62. already following you on g+ as happy rainbow

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  63. when my mother comes to visit from tenerife we could have a nice roast xx

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  64. I would cook a lovely Roast and definitely use some of the veg for some beautiful homemade soup - My youngest little boy will not touch ANY vegetables, but he LOVES all the different vegetable soups I make (work that one out!) ha! At least I know I can get the goodness of vegetables into him! This prize would be very lovely! I have everything crossed! :-D Thank you!

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  65. Definitely a roast chicken! My favourite

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  66. A lovely roast dinner with a thick veg soup for starters

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  67. A nice chicken casserole would be lovely.

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  68. roast chicken with roasted veg and a jacket potato

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  69. Butternut squash soup, followed by a lovely hot stew

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  70. Roast lamb dinner with all the veg, especially broccoli as my daughter loves and maybe if there are any some sprouts

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  71. Probably a vegetable pie.

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  72. A nice roast lamb dinner with all the trimmings

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  73. Sunday roast with onion sauce mmm

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  74. A yummy roast dinner for the family to share

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  75. chicken stew

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  76. Lemon Roast Chicken with oven roasted vegetables sprinkled with herbs

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  77. A roast with plenty of fresh vegetables

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  78. Garlic roast chicken with lots of crispy roasted veg

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  79. Roast dinner with all the trimmings

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  80. A stir fry using the lovely chciken and loads of veggies

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  81. A lovely roast with veggies and crumble for pud!

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  82. sausage casserole, onion gravy!!

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  83. Rachel Stephenson29 March 2014 at 14:21

    A chicken pie and a stew

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  84. Meat and Potato Pie with Onion Gravy.

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  85. Roast beef, Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings

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  86. Just a nice roast dinner, for my Dad.

    @smeethsaysfashn

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  87. Roast dinner with all the trimmings, then with the left overs I would make chicken pie, chicken soup and maybe a vegetable curry for another day. I don't like waste lol

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  88. A lovely roast dinner for all the family

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  89. I want to learn how to make more dishes, so maybe a fish stew or something!

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  90. I'd make vegetable soup.

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  91. I would cook a chicken and vegetable stir fry and keep the sausages for a fry up the next day

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  92. Tweeted here too https://twitter.com/judy2357/status/450236137101987840

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  93. Roast meat, but with roasted vegetables (always taste nice and sweet roasted)
    Spencer Broadley

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  94. a roast with roasted vegetables

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  95. Chicken and vegetable lasagne

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  96. I'd cook up a storm! Or maybe roast vegetables.

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  97. Roast Dinner, a quiche, a casser - I try to plan our meals and a box like this would be awesome

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  98. Home made veg soups. can't beat that.

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  99. christine szlobodnik. christinesz@hotmail.co.uk

    Followed on Google circle.
    Hash tagged on Twitter
    Liked/shared page

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  100. Lots of soups and casseroles

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  101. I would make a large roast dinner to start with then with the leftover meat from that and some vegetables I would make a hearty chicken and vegetable soup.

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  102. I'd make a lovely roast dinner and some broth

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  103. Roasted vegetable tagine and lots of lovely soups. With such lovely vegetables who needs meat.

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  104. I would do a traditional roast with all the trimmings yum!

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  105. I would love to make a stew before it gets too warm to enjoy it properly! :)

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  106. Butternut squash soup followed by a roast dinner

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  107. i'd make a roast chicken dinner and then do a chicken soup with the leftovers

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  108. A good old fashioned sunday roast :)

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  109. Probably a frittata, then soup, then use veg as sides or in a stew or curry.

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  110. A vegetable lasagne.

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  111. A winter vegetable roasted tart, yummy xxx

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  112. faye huntington6 April 2014 at 14:40

    a yummy roast dinner! :) @FayeHHuntington <-- twitter! xx

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  113. So many things! Definitely a Sunday roast, with family all around the table. Also would make a casserole, shephard's/cottage pie, sausage & mash, soups, and little quiche or tartlets. Lots of kitchen fun! :)

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  114. Roast chicken with garlic lemon and herbs along with seasonal vegetables simply cooked on griddle with homemade dressing

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  115. Tobys proud mummy7 April 2014 at 09:13

    I would love to make a lovely roast dinner or something in the slow cooker perhaps a nice vegetable curry xxx

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  116. I would remove the chicken breasts, and legs and thighs, then de- bone the legs and thighs, make a stuffing using blue cheese and vegetables, stuff the chicken pieces,then roast serve with crushed potatoes drizzled with olive oil, served with roasted veg, with the carcass I would pressure cook it, and all veg trimmings to make a lovely soup .

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  117. Massive fragrant roast dinners with all the trimmings, roasted veg and delicate stuffings, aromatic tagines, and fragrant pad thai, comfort food like shepherds pie. A Riverford box inspires creation, every meal a special occasion.....

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  118. I would make a lovely Cottage pie with veg

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  119. Tarragon Chicken and/or Penang Chicken with diced chicken, Chilli Con Carne and/or Lasagne with mince, Cheesy Vegetable Bake, vegetable soup and of course a traditional roast with all the trimmings, using any leftovers for Bubble & Squeak with cold meat - a really yummy, healthy week's food :-)

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  120. I would make a vegetable soup followed by a roast dinner.

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  121. With all those vegetables I would be able to make lots of lovely dishes; Roast Veg to accompany the Sunday Roast; Veg Pasta bake with a cheese sauce; Shepherds Pie, Vegetable Rosti; so many nice veg recipes to choose from;

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  122. I would make an epic vegetable curry!

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  123. Dawn Wilkinson7 April 2014 at 11:51

    A lovely roast chicken dinner.

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  124. butternut squash and blue cheese risotto

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  125. The perfect sunday roast, then a lovely chicken curry with the leftovers ;)

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  126. A lovely Roast Dinner for my Family

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  127. A lovely Easter roast dinner :) yum!

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  128. Roast dinner for my family and two close friends

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  129. Mmmm Ratatouille would be top of my list. Then some soups, pasta sauces and lots lots more!

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  130. A delicious vegetable soup and chicken roast dinner Cathy

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  131. Chicken Groundnut Stew with roast potatoes Yum Yum!

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  132. Lamb hotpot - slow cooked - comforting - made with love for family sharing!

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  133. Organic vegetable soup and a roast dinner with all the trimmings or a lovely organic lasagne with al dente veggies. :)

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  134. A lovely family traditional roast dinner :)

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  135. a roast dinner would be most peoples choice and mine too. with a fine selection of ingredients many alternatives would be possible.

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  136. Cottage pie

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  137. I would like to make the most of the weather and do a bbq.

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  138. I could just eat the vegetables on their own.

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  139. I would like to make a large sunday dinner for the family.

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  140. Love to cook a slow roast beef #DiligentGardener

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  141. i would make a traditional roast dinner.

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  142. definately a fully sunday roast

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  143. definately a full sunday roast

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  144. Cheese and vegetable soup, with a lovely sandwich on the side :)

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  145. sunday roast for the family
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  146. a lovely roast dinner and a casserole with the leftovers

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  147. Roast lamb with all of the trimmings

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  148. roast chicken dinner with all the trimmings

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  149. I would make a lovely country chicken casserole. It is a hearty family meal and a great way to ensure my lot eat their veg

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  150. Mushroom stroganoff

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