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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeze View Post
    I've been having the best meal of the year for a few months now.
    Baked beans on granary toast with a mug of black tea sound simple but it can be ruined if the beans are cheap, wrong temp, the bread is useless and the tea not freshly brewed from leaves.
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    Actually no. But they do rock white coats! Proper old school inside with formica tables and papers to read. Purrrfect!
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    So far this year the best meal I have had is a Salmon sandwich made with multi grain bread and a banana for desert, on Lang How in the lakes today in perfect weather, and just my dog for company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnK View Post
    So far this year the best meal I have had is a Salmon sandwich made with multi grain bread and a banana for desert, on Lang How in the lakes today in perfect weather, and just my dog for company.
    Nice one.

    Best meal of 2018 would either have to be a sublime pie I bought in the lakes after a long run though admittedly can't remember where and what it contained (probably Coniston, probably steak), or any one if a number of meals containing this year's discovery of the flat iron steak - perhaps the most flavoursome, succulent piece of beef I am yet to taste.

    There have also been numerous campervan classics including some great seafood and a fabulous Welsh lamb steak, ratatouille and rice combo which has me salivating at the thought of it.

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