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Stanley
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Posted -  14/11/2010  :  06:31
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Stanley Challenger Graham




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moh
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Posted - 24/05/2011 : 15:44
Welsh sausages, jersey potatoes and mashed sweet potato & squash tonight, topped off with a red wine & shallot sauce.  (They have some lovely different things in Waitrose.)  It is the only Waitrose in N. Wales they said - wonder if they opened for the royals on Anglesey??


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Callunna
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Posted - 24/05/2011 : 17:03
To celebrate getting a new blender, I'm making fresh carrot and coriander soup tonight.


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 25/05/2011 : 06:01
Finished the last of my breast of hogget in a butty. I was very naughty and also had scones with fruit conserve on them (blackcurrant) No sugar used to make the conserve but of course still naturally high in fructose. Never mind, I enjoyed them!


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moh
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Posted - 25/05/2011 : 13:25
Bacon, egg & jerseys tonight.


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belle
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Posted - 25/05/2011 : 14:25
Hello Moh, where've you been?


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moh
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Posted - 25/05/2011 : 14:33
See Spring topic - Shropshire, Mid Wales & Anglesey.


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belle
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Posted - 25/05/2011 : 16:48
Funnily enough I went there next..


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melteaser
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Posted - 25/05/2011 : 17:47
Chicken and bacon salad with a good wedge of fresh bread


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 26/05/2011 : 03:31
Bloody pensioners gallivanting round....

All in cooking yesterday. PC'd a blade of hogget, picked the meat off the bone and pressed it, separated fat and into deep fryer, made veggie soup. Nowt wasted only the fat off the meat.


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moh
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Posted - 27/05/2011 : 13:42
Cod loin with a cheese & herb crust tonight done in the halogen oven, served with jerseys & asparagus tips.


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belle
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Posted - 27/05/2011 : 14:44
Now I realise I not only type out of synch I read out of sink..imagine my horror Moh at reading cold LION!


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Sunray10
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Posted - 27/05/2011 : 18:11
Codliver oil, yuk !! It's fish, chips and mushy peas here for tea. Lovely.
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Bradders
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Posted - 27/05/2011 : 23:18
 Cod liver oil ? Ha ha ......I'll have a pint of what you're on ,Ray !

PS  I've just found some  snaps of Gates Chippy and Bruntons  , at the bottom of Market Street , and one of the urinals oposite the Grand....!

I'll try to scan and post them after the weekend....


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 28/05/2011 : 04:16
Heavy weekend Brad?

Had  treat for breakfast yesterday. A 400 gramme pot of extremely expensive Wild Boar Pate. Had it on a slice of toast for brekkers. Nearly £3 a pot! Never mind it was very good and enough for another slice this morning.


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marilyn
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Posted - 28/05/2011 : 04:48
I have heard that if you spread pate on steak before cooking it, the result is very nice. Can't say I have tried it, as I don't eat red meat, but son loves his steak with Green Peppercorn Pate spread over it prior to grilling.
I am a 'sixes and sevens' as to what to do for evening meal. i've been a bit off my food for a couple of days, so nothing is driving me to get in that kitchen and cook. Febby has headed out to the football this afternoon and I expect he will be in need of something hot by the time he walks back in the door.
After much swinging on the freezer door, I have taken out some small party pies. A dreadful choice I know (I can hardly look at them sat on the plate defrosting and I certainly have no desire to eat them)...but at least they will warm him through.
(Ate out at a pub on Thursday night and my tummy hasn't been itself since. Should pass soon (put it this way...everything else has!)


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