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Old 05.05.2010, 11:56
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Re: Brown sugar

did you happen to see any large papayas too?
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Old 05.05.2010, 11:57
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did you happen to see any large papayas too?
...stop teasing us, you're not even in Switzerland.
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Baking powder, pah, you amateur. Go find some self-raising flour.
or make your own...


Jeeesus, what's with EF and the obsession about brown sugar??

btw, rhetorical question...
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Re: Brown sugar

You can get granulated brown sugar from co-op too!
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:00
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Re: Brown sugar

My gay lover wakes up to brown sugar all the time.
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Re: Brown sugar

I'm still trying to find suet (dry, not fresh from the butcher... don't ask why...)
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:06
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Re: Brown sugar

Instead of boasting about your ingrediants, make me something.
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:09
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That deserves a groan, but I am in a good mood today.
oh. Why?
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Baking powder, pah, you amateur. Go find some self-raising flour.
Yes, this is still Switzerland. When they have self raising flour, the mountains will collapse and it'll be London.

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did you happen to see any large papayas too?
Yeah, sure they always have the foot-longers in Jelmoli!
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Instead of boasting about your ingrediants, make me something.
freshly squeezed orange county juice! whoop!

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Yeah, sure they always have the foot-longers in Jelmoli!
stop teasin'...
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Re: Brown sugar

Brown sugar and olive oil, great massaging oil for the feet!
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:10
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I'm still trying to find suet (dry, not fresh from the butcher... don't ask why...)

if you're ever down in this neck of the woods "jim's" stocks suet ( but best to phone him first )

http://www.jims-british-market.com/index.html
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if you're ever down in this neck of the woods "jim's" stocks suet ( but best to phone him first )

http://www.jims-british-market.com/index.html
hmmm... bit of a drive for me for the use I need it for... thanks for the link though, I have a couple of friends who'll move to Geneva in the next couple of months and I know they'll just love that shop...
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:13
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Re: Brown sugar

Forget the posts on this thread. But thanks for the thread title. It reminded me of the 'stones and perked me up a little:

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I'm still trying to find suet (dry, not fresh from the butcher... don't ask why...)
Is suet brown sugar?

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Old 05.05.2010, 12:20
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Is suet brown sugar?
neither is papaya, olive oil, self-raising flour....
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:21
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No but they're all used to making the famous Zurcher Papaya Oil cake. So integral really.
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:22
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did you happen to see any large papayas too?
Chinese Market SwitserlandOtter!

A tip on self raising flour (I am serious now), you can make it by adding a teaspoon of baking powder per cup of flour...or so my mom says
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No but they're all used to making the famous Zurcher Papaya Oil cake. So integral really.
of cooooourse..... how silly of me....
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neither is papaya, olive oil, self-raising flour....
I read the title and am trying to be OT these days.
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Old 05.05.2010, 12:32
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Yes, this is still Switzerland. When they have self raising flour, the mountains will collapse and it'll be London.
In that case I shall make no mention whatsoever of a certain Portuguese shop in Rapperswil...
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