The big list! Autumn and winter ideas for every meal.

Breakfasts: Potato and leek pancakes with fried eggs; Baked oatmeal (no cinnamon or raisins and a tub of baby pear puree instead of applesauce); Spanish omelette; Porridge with pear and maple syrup; French toast; Chicken congee; Brown rice with cashews, rice milk and a dollop of pear jam; Breakfast burritos (mountain bread wrap with omelette); Frittata for vegetable haters and Country Vegetable Bake muffins (both from The Failsafe Cookbook); big breakfast (failsafe sausages, eggs, hash browns or potato rosti, steamed green beans and crumpets from Friendly Food); pear and chive muffins from Friendly Food.

Lunches: Baked potatoes with failsafe mince or Tex Mex topping; Birgit’s cabbage rolls; Barley vegetable casserole: Cracked egg pies; Quick quiche; Egg foo yung; Kerry’s vegetable hater soup (all from the Failsafe Cookbook); Baked eggs in potato; Baked beans; Lentil and potato bake; Pear and bean salad (all from Friendly Food); Homemade burgers with chicken, beef or veal mince and vegetable patties, lettuce and pear ketchup;  Okonomiyaki; Bubble and Squeak; Arancini (I’ll make these with leftover vegetable risotto so low amines); Bhaji or Besan bombs from The Failsafe Cookbook.

Dinner: Chicken lasagne; Birgit’s fried rice; Irish stew; Failsafe spring rolls; Birgit’s glazed meatballs; Red soup (all from the Failsafe Cookbook); Roast chicken with stuffing; Lamb and celery satay (both from Friendly Food); Sunshine yellow soup; Potato and leek soup; Roast vegetable and lentil soupChicken pie and maple roast vegetables; Chicken casserole with savoury biscuits; Chicken casserole; Sausage stew (I’ll cook this on the stovetop to minimise amines); Clayton’s chicken curry; Failsafe spaghetti bolognaise; Coq au vodka; Lamb and barley stew (again, I’ll go with a short cooking time to minimise amines); pan-fried chicken or lamb chops with Miracle Mash; Beef samosas and pear chutney: ‘Lemon’ tempura chickenLamb chop tagine; Lamb meat pies; Steak and whiskey pot pie; Roast chicken and Brussel sprouts with aioli.

 

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