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  1. #101
    That does sound good with honey. Thanks!
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  2. #102
    Quote Originally Posted by Foxee View Post
    That does sound good with honey. Thanks!

    and butter...
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  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by Firemajic View Post
    and butter...
    OTT, they are from Scotland. They say when students from the Highlands attended Edinburgh university they would bring a bag of oatmeal. Mornings they would pour a little boiling water in the top and eat the sloppy bit it as porridge, then flatten it out the rest and bake oatcakes on top of the stove to take with them. High days and holidays they would add a dram to the boiling water I don't really believe it, but it's probably not far from the truth. When I was a boy cracked oats were boiled up every night and left overnight to soften for breakfast, I have seen Scotsmen horrified by the idea of adding milk to porridge.
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    I actually managed to fin a chicken which seems to be very scarce right now. So I'm cooking a roast.

  5. #105
    Household mammals are plumping up nicely. They are now on the short list, and I have so many recipes....

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  6. #106
    Veggie burger with roasted sweet potato and salad; cucumber, lettuce, carrot, celery, red onion, sweet pepper, and coleslaw.
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  7. #107
    I made refried bean sammiches, with tomatoes, onion, black olives and mustard on toast. They were not as good as they sounded in my mind.

    Also, next time I won't get the cheapest toaster. It only does two slices at a time and makes part untoasted and part burned.


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  8. #108
    Homemade turkey burgers with a sheet-pan egg in all its runny-yolked goodness. Made the hamburger buns, too. This rocked.

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  9. #109
    Home made bread products are so much nicer, thank goodness for breadmakers. ours is on every couple to three days and there are only two of us. They don't have preservatives, but they don't need them.

    There is a great description in Cobbett's 'Cottage economy' of the Happy, healthy young woman who gets exercise kneading bread, it is in the bit where he is denigrating potatoes. It is a lovely book, but I am glad of the breadmaker.
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  10. #110
    Because of the circumstances my girlfriend and I have been tighten up our food budget. Tonight we will be enjoying mushroom soup, long grain white rice and garlic butter seared string beans.
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