No, we are not starting this again but a few people are on it so although I rarely talked about what we ate, I remember that we didn't have pies or puddings very often. Here are a few examples of what I could find on our War Diary page:
Main Meals: mince, stew and dumplings, spaghetti
bolognaise, ham salad, corned beef and potato pie – (2 meals from one
pie), fish, and toad in the hole.
Seven snacks: jacket potato,
salad sandwiches, beans on toast, tinned tomatoes on toast, cheese and
ham toasted sandwiches, cheese on toast and ham and potato cakes and
beans. Our breakfasts are a choice from porridge, toast and marmalade
Main Meals: One roast
chicken, leftover chicken and mushroom pie, bones and scraps to make thick vegetable, potato and chicken soup, fish cakes, toad in
the hole, jacket potatoes, ham and potato cakes.
Snacks: Leftover chicken sandwiches, remainder of chicken soup, cheese salad, tinned tomatoes on
toast, jacket potato, curried parsnip soup, salad sandwiches.
There were three of us, 2 adults and 1 child but as he was over 6, he was on full adult rations. When using meat, there was always more vegetables than meat and when making a pie, it also had vegetables and potatoes in it to stretch it over 2 days.
Oddly enough, our food bill then and now is very similar, around the £30 mark, Guess permanently being on menu writing and careful shopping is helping keep the costs down.