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    Quote Originally Posted by Klavierspieler View Post
    Darn it! The weather was so bad all spring where I'm from that ours are barely starting to ripen.
    They seem to be almost biennial. This year the bushes are laden, last year poor crop, year before last, good etc
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    buckets full of reine victoria

    before that we had five trees full with reine claude


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    Quote Originally Posted by TxllxT View Post

    buckets full of reine victoria
    They usually do well in colder climates

    Quote Originally Posted by TxllxT View Post
    before that we had five trees full with reine claude
    I adore these. We call them greengages here but sometimes they're not green!
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    I had a tuna sandwich. With canned tuna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopachris View Post
    I had a tuna sandwich. With canned tuna.
    Don't worry, I had grilled cheese on toast.

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    I had some salad for dinner.
    And now for something completely different.

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    Man is an intelligence in servitude to his organs.

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    That's pretty amazing
    And now for something completely different.

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    Well earlier on today I had another english delicacy - scone, french raspberry jam (St Dalfour) and Rhodda's clotted cream

    yum yum yum



    although in this picture the jam is probably strawberry (ick on a scone) because it's not dark enough - when i say ick on a scone i like the taste of raspberry because you get sweet from the scone, tang from the jam and creaminess from the clotted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bix View Post
    Well earlier on today I had another english delicacy - scone, french raspberry jam (St Dalfour) and Rhodda's clotted cream

    yum yum yum



    although in this picture the jam is probably strawberry (ick on a scone) because it's not dark enough - when i say ick on a scone i like the taste of raspberry because you get sweet from the scone, tang from the jam and creaminess from the clotted
    It does look delicious though! I'm surely due for a cream tea some time soon! Personally, when it comes to jam, I'll use plum for every occasion.

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    Nothing fancy today. Grilled Canadian bacon/mozzarella cheese sandwich on 7-grain bread half an hour ago.
    Earlier today at lunch, clam chowder and a sandwich (French bread, salami, prosciutto, provolone cheese).
    Even earlier at breakfast, vanilla-flavored coffee with pumpkin spice and cream, scrambled eggs with peppers, onion, and potato, and lemon-flavored cookies.
    "J'ai dit qu'il ne suffisait pas d'entendre la musique, mais qu'il fallait encore la voir" (Stravinsky)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Almaviva View Post
    Nothing fancy today. Grilled Canadian bacon/mozzarella cheese sandwich on 7-grain bread half an hour ago.
    Earlier today at lunch, clam chowder and a sandwich (French bread, salami, prosciutto, provolone cheese).
    Even earlier at breakfast, vanilla-flavored coffee with pumpkin spice and cream, scrambled eggs with peppers, onion, and potato, and lemon-flavored cookies.
    Sounds divine - especially the butty - you can shove chowder overboard (shellfish problem)

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    Creamy fava beans with a beef stir fry...decided to cook today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Almaviva View Post
    Nothing fancy today. Grilled Canadian bacon/mozzarella cheese sandwich on 7-grain bread half an hour ago.
    Earlier today at lunch, clam chowder and a sandwich (French bread, salami, prosciutto, provolone cheese).
    Even earlier at breakfast, vanilla-flavored coffee with pumpkin spice and cream, scrambled eggs with peppers, onion, and potato, and lemon-flavored cookies.
    That sounds delicious, though I can't even get prosciutto at any local stores where I'm at. And I checked.

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