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Old 30.01.2011, 14:47
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I LOVE cheese rinds, I always eat them, even when covered with mold, ashes, etc.
Yup.

Sackcloth, ashes and cheese rinds.

That's what I get for bunking off church.
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Old 30.01.2011, 15:23
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Penitence DB, sounds very Roman Catholic

Who mentioned Reubens and smoked meat ? As in real Pastrami ?
Somebody else mentioned Angel Food cake on another thread.
Argh, can't keep reading this thread, it's gettin' me

Pastrami, or the real NY Corned Beef (on rye) can't be found here btw, you have to go all the way to Paris for the real McCoy
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Old 30.01.2011, 15:29
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Who mentioned Reubens and smoked meat ? As in real Pastrami ?
I did.

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Or make it yourself, as I do. Just corn a brisket (or other piece), then smoke it. Comes out very nice, but I do have a smoker.

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Old 30.01.2011, 15:42
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

We've just had to throw open every window in the flat to try to disperse the overwhelming stench of toenail clippings that is making me gag with every inhalation. I'm sick, for goodness' sake! Has she no mercy?

Whose idea was this "cheese offal soup" anyway?
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Whose idea was this "cheese offal soup" anyway?
I don't know, but I love cheese, and offal, so sounds great!

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Old 30.01.2011, 16:01
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We've just had to throw open every window in the flat to try to disperse the overwhelming stench of toenail clippings that is making me gag with every inhalation. I'm sick, for goodness' sake! Has she no mercy?

Whose idea was this "cheese offal soup" anyway?
Well how would ya know ?
You're supposed to have a stuffy nose and a man cold !
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Old 30.01.2011, 16:10
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Well how would ya know ?
You're supposed to have a stuffy nose and a man cold !
You know what happens when you accidentally add bleach to the cleaning fluid that is already in the lavatory bowl? You know how it doesn't matter whether your nose is blocked up, or if all the windows are open, or if you are wearing a gas mask? You know the pain, the discomfort, the breathlessness, the streaming eyes?

Well, this is worse.
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Old 30.01.2011, 16:16
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

You see? Olfactory hallucinations. He's had them most of the afternoon... I'm telling you, Sky, I've seen man colds before but never one quite this bad.

The kitchen actually smells lovely, like melted cheese - think grilled cheese sandwiches - and perhaps a bit nutty. (Would that be down to a rind from Grumpy's Isle of Mull cheddar? Rachel Goat? Not sure.)
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Old 30.01.2011, 16:21
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

If you 'd eat more cheese rinds, you would never get a cold!

(works that way for me)

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Old 30.01.2011, 16:24
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

tsss tsss. Those are for next weekend's soup - if you're still sick by then of course.

Gute Besserung!
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

thanks--I am happy to report this installment of Mussels-gate wasn't as traumatic as past ones, and I am eating solid food again!

So pasta with white sauce and broccoli tonight...

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Bless, sweetie
...I know a couple of folk who've been taken by surprise by the high histamine levels in shellfish
p.s. DB, sorry to hear you are feeling poorly. Mathnut, you clearly need to read up on manflu...
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awwww
feel so sorry for ya DB.
A beautiful new bride who's taking care of you and cooking for you
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It say on the tin "Feeds Two"
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Isn't that just this:



... with pastry?
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... with pastry?
Very probably, but the alternative for tonight is the Time Team's discovery from earlier today, at the back of the fridge

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you The Melton Mowbray Pork Pie That Christmas Forgot...

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Re: Tonight's dinner?

LOVE the "Important: Remove lid before baking"!

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LOVE the "Important: Remove lid before baking"!



It say on the tin "Feeds Two"
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Very probably, but the alternative for tonight is the Time Team's discovery from earlier today, at the back of the fridge
They should take a look in mine.

I have a Tupperware full of old cheeses we call "Jurassic Park". Don't know how old they are, or WHAT they are, but we eat them anyway!

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Very probably, but the alternative for tonight is the Time Team's discovery from earlier today, at the back of the fridge

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you The Melton Mowbray Pork Pie That Christmas Forgot...

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I'd eat that. Mould's for removing, not condemning.
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Old 30.01.2011, 19:05
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I LOVE cheese rinds, I always eat them, even when covered with mold, ashes, etc.

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God, I love cheese rinds too..........even more than meaty balls and they are diiiivine!!!
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