What did you cook or eat today (October 2021)?

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Nduja spread and cheese on toast, breakfast time.

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So, it seems that the weekend staff can't or don't read... every meal has had something wrong with it. Today both had major components missing...


The least said about this evening, the better.

Hospital is where you are meant to get better, however night noise and poor nutrition don't help
 

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Cooking for mom today
Minestrone and Salmon fillets with mixed seeds

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A little side note that made me laugh (and mom too):
my mum is suffering from senile dementia, and when I brought her the plate with the salmon and she tasted it she said 'but this meat tastes like fish!'
Me: 'Yes, mummy, it is salmon'.
Mom: 'What are those things on top?'
Me: 'They are various seeds that I added because they are also good for you'.
Mom: 'Yes, I saw that, I mistook the salmon for meat :laugh:. I'll just eat those seeds.'
Me: 'hahaha, noo, you have to eat salmon too'.
Mom: 'No I don't want meat.'
Me: 'It's salmon.'
Mom: 'It's always meat anyway.'

Ok I guess I need those seeds for me now :laugh:
 

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Persimmon in the UK - and they look delicious. Not heard it called kaki fruit...
Hey that's odd, I see you are right but my ex from Yorkshire called it Kaki fruit :scratchhead:
I googled it and I guess that's because dyospiros kaki is it's official name, but indeed it should commonly be persimmon
 
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