Tom: Well, this treated lamb as if it was steak. Lamb fillets, cooked in a really hot pan, which is then deglazed with butter and port. It was great. Small but perfectly formed.
Kirstin: Yup. I would definitely make that again. It was very easy and very yummy. I don’t even really like lamb, apart from roast lamb. But I liked that.
Tom: Apart from whipping up that salad, it didn’t look as though you had to prepare anything, really.
Kirstin: No, I didn’t have to prepare anything. It was great. It used staples. Nothing unusual. Stuff we’ve got in the cupboards.
Tom: So it’s a good meal to throw together when you’ve had a hard day, going to the J+ launch and then to the pet shop three times…
Kirstin: To save our dying goldfish. How much have I spent on that fish to save it? I should have got a new fish. But the fish Nazis in the pet shop wouldn’t let me.
Tom: Poor old, R2-D2. I hope the antibiotics do their thing.
Kirstin: Do you know what he wants to call the new fish? R2-D2. The same as the other one.
Tom: I think that’s a good idea.
Kirstin: It was a good name the first time around. And you never know, R2 might pull through.
Tom: But if doesn’t, we won’t have to learn a new name.