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think positive Libra

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2020 7:55 pm
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Hehe, gotcha!

Sorry but I bet your apple pie ain’t a patch on Tannins crumble! Double crumble please! Hold the Apple!

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think positive wrote:
Hehe, gotcha!

Sorry but I bet your apple pie ain’t a patch on Tannins crumble! Double crumble please! Hold the Apple!


We have too much crumble: we grow our own rhubarb and the best crumble in my humble opinion is Mrs WPT’s Apple and rhubarb crumble. She’s been making it since we first met 2 score years and some 😉

I just had this yearning to bake an apple pie. I have no idea why.

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Hmmm, ok you didn’t mention the rhubarb before! That’s a good old English game changer!
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After not eating or drinking a carb, sugar or alcohol for 27 days, tonight I'm having Pizza and red wine.
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stui magpie wrote:
After not eating or drinking a carb, sugar or alcohol for 27 days, tonight I'm having Pizza and red wine.


Nice. That’s how it starts: first it was chocolate Big M’s then before you know it it’s heroin. Wink

Enjoy. I’m at work till 22:30 so finishing off the meatballs in tomato sauce on top of steamed cauliflower and zucchini

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I prefer farmers union iced coffee and a Pie with sauce. Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 9:00 am
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Thinking of BBQ marinated chicken pieces.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 10:40 am
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I've gone off apple pies, though if Mrs WPT was to offer me a slice, she wouldn't have to ask twice!

Three reasons:

(1) I was getting a bit tubby eating too many of them.

(2) I've moved* and don't have access to the same beautiful apples, at least not until a few young trees grow on a bit.

(3) I've gone a bit gonzo on savory pies and pie-like dishes: shepherd's pie, cottage pie, beef pie with wine and mushrooms, and a delicious un-named thing of my own invention made in layers starting with tomato and onion and fennel and capsicum. Into that, press slices of pumpkin or sweet potato. Sprinkle generously with very finely diced corned silverside toasted with garlic, crushed pepper, and a little red chilli. Spoon on mashed potato, top with grated cheese. Press several depressions into the spud. Into each one, break a whole duck egg. (Or chicken egg if you don't have ducks.) Sprinkle with more cheese and bake until the egg whites are firm - about 25 min.


* This may be a world first. I don't think anyone, not in the entire history of the known universe, has ever before complained about a scarcity of apples after moving to the Huon Valley.

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hmm thats sounds good, and fairly easy, ta
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 2:26 pm
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Cheers David. For you the hardest part could be getting council permission to keep ducks in your bathtub. Smile
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Huh? Shocked Confused
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^ Well, how else is he going to get fresh duck eggs if he doesn't have any ducks?
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PS: Try not to get the yellow rubber ones. They are poor layers. Though, to be fair, they are not as messy.
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These posts flew so far over my head that I think they're currently in orbit around the Earth. Razz
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think positive Libra

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Tannin wrote:
Cheers David. For you the hardest part could be getting council permission to keep ducks in your bathtub. Smile


soooooo i look like david online???? ok then

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