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Tonight’s dinner

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Thought it was time to treat myself and the family so I made some prime rib and Yorkshire puddings 

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Is there anything better than roast beast? Actually the roast beef sandwich the next day is pretty awesome as well. Like a bunch of things I don't make often enough because I live alone, but your pic reminded me it's been much too long!

Edit: Don't feel sorry for me though, I'm making pizza later!

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Haha this was prime rib and was amazing, used the left overs to make prime rib fajitas. They ti were top notch,

 

pizza is always good 🙂

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It's clear that over and above computer hardware, I have a lot to learn about cuisine, plating and photography as well. This will keep me alive until I do. 😄

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