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What Are You Eating? Or the Last Thing You Ate

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SonjaMarie
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Post by SonjaMarie » Sat September 12th, 2009, 8:04 pm

Frosted Cheerios.

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Post by red805 » Sun September 13th, 2009, 5:03 pm

delicious Cotswold cheese

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Post by SonjaMarie » Sun September 13th, 2009, 7:33 pm

Celery w/Cream Cheese. You know I actually like our store's brand of cream cheese better then Philadelphia CC.

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Post by Divia » Sun September 13th, 2009, 7:45 pm

I had spoonful of french vanilla choc chip ice cream that I just made. yum.
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Post by SonjaMarie » Sun September 13th, 2009, 7:52 pm

I was just getting my lunch together, more celery and cream cheese and a Fat Free Jell-o Mint Fudge Pudding Snack, and I noticed on the box that they suggested you add to the pudding whip cream! Doesn't that kinda defeat the fat free purpose of it?

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Post by Vanessa » Sun September 13th, 2009, 9:00 pm

Roast lamb, carrots, runner beans, broccoli, Yorkshire pudding and potatoes.
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Post by Miss Moppet » Sat September 19th, 2009, 2:07 am

A peppermint cream from M&S.

Came in a nice retro box.

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Post by EC2 » Sat September 19th, 2009, 11:04 am

Home made ginger biscuits - yum.

In a food processor blitz together 4 oz plain flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda, on teaspoon of powdered ginger, one teaspoon of mixed spice and 2oz of butter. Bind together with one heaped tablespoon of golden syrup, warmed until runny. Take resulting dough. roll into sausage. Cut into 18 segments. Roll into balls between palms, coat in caster sugar, then press flat with the base of a glass tumbler. Slide onto baking tray with pallet knife and cook at 180 for 10-15 mins. Leave to cool a couple of mins, slide onto cooling wire. They will be crisp when cold. Brilliant with a cup of tea or coffee. Sounds a slight faff, but the recipe's fool proof and simple enough in its steps and the results are rewarding!
Les proz e les vassals
Souvent entre piez de chevals
Kar ja li coard n’I chasront

'The Brave and the valiant
Are always to be found between the hooves of horses
For never will cowards fall down there.'

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Post by Vanessa » Sat September 19th, 2009, 6:05 pm

Jacket potato with coleslaw followed by a slice of sultana bread.
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Post by Miss Moppet » Sat September 19th, 2009, 9:13 pm

[quote=""EC2""]Home made ginger biscuits - yum.

In a food processor blitz together 4 oz plain flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda, on teaspoon of powdered ginger, one teaspoon of mixed spice and 2oz of butter. Bind together with one heaped tablespoon of golden syrup, warmed until runny. Take resulting dough. roll into sausage. Cut into 18 segments. Roll into balls between palms, coat in caster sugar, then press flat with the base of a glass tumbler. Slide onto baking tray with pallet knife and cook at 180 for 10-15 mins. Leave to cool a couple of mins, slide onto cooling wire. They will be crisp when cold. Brilliant with a cup of tea or coffee. Sounds a slight faff, but the recipe's fool proof and simple enough in its steps and the results are rewarding![/quote]

Thanks for posting the recipe EC, I will try it out with spelt flour.

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