Thanks Lady Gren, Corned Beef hash noted, was one of my favourites in the Boy Scouts. Gravy situation is getting quite dire. It's been almost a week. No gravy, of course, meant no roast beef and Yorkshire pud on Sunday, did a goulash instead that turned into a sort of curry, now punishing myself on salads but had a nice rump steak tonight (with salad). Mrs Godot let me do the shopping and it all turned out bad, managed to spend a fortune on lots of things that didn't go with each other, Godettes also complaining. To make matters worse I fed what was left of last week's lamb joint to the dog and he was squirting from both ends during the night. Fortunately Mrs G had cleared everything up by the time I appeared. Mrs G has given up Soduku for lent. Big deal, I say.
It's easy to make Godot, a dish from my childhood too, no doubt from my dad's wartime childhood as well! I love roast beef, I'm afraid I would have given in to temptation by now if I were you, the thought of six weeks on salad
I hate lettuce so that's not a good start. Think I would rather give up alcohol or smoking than give up food, I don't need to do Lent as I was brought up Presbyterian/Episcopal so I can opt and be a Presbyterian during Lent
. It doesn't look like you'll be allowed to do the shopping again, perhaps Mrs G. and the Godettes can have seperate meals from you so they don't need to suffer too? I sympathise with the dog Yogi
has a habit of eating everything in sight and I left out some lamb& mint sausages last week that he snaffled with the same results.