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Helen F
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931 of 950  Wed 3rd Aug 2022 9:27am  
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Big grin I'm afraid that I have wussy taste buds. You could make me cry with the wrong food. In the presence of kedgeree I might actually faint. Roll eyes
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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932 of 950  Wed 3rd Aug 2022 9:47am  
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I probably don't realise how fortunate that I've been having a no restrictions diet. That's why post Covid, I thought that my world had fallen apart, when my appetite had disappeared. It all came back last Christmas. I honestly had prayed about it. I hardly knew that I had been infected with Covid, I had the child version, an odd tummy. On occasions I would really want something to eat, but a mouthful I was full. It was awful. My concern now is putting on weight.
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Helen F
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933 of 950  Wed 3rd Aug 2022 10:46am  
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Oh my Poor Philip! Ok, under those circumstances you can mention kippers first thing. I'll shut my eyes. Look after yourself.
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934 of 950  Wed 3rd Aug 2022 4:43pm  
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Hi Helen, I can't believe how well I'm feeling at present, physically. If only world events were easier.
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935 of 950  Thu 4th Aug 2022 8:49am  
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Hi all, hi Helen, Helen, please turn your head to the wall. Breakfast is served. Pussy has just enjoyed hers, but wants more! Next week, I'm telling her. Just for the connoisseurs, Please notice the fish cutlery, along with Poole Pottery fish plates. Even pussy has her fish plate.
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Annewiggy
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936 of 950  Thu 4th Aug 2022 10:09am  
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Hope you took all the bones out for her. That is what puts me off kippers.
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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937 of 950  Thu 4th Aug 2022 10:28am  
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Hi Anne, I had only the smallest bones which I ate. My friend John had a few in his pack. Pam & I would share a pack between us, so just me it was a large portion. I shared a whole fillet with puss. She's fast asleep now dreaming of catching herring. I'm sure that I do romance regards foods. Sat with Pam in Stonehaven, eating open grilled smokies, along with crusty tiger bread & butter, I'm drooling now just at the thought. Anyway back to reality, thank you for your comments.
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Helen F
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938 of 950  Thu 4th Aug 2022 11:15am  
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I appreciate the warning Philip and was able to brace myself. Memories connected to smell and taste can be very strong.
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939 of 950  Thu 4th Aug 2022 1:43pm  
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On 4th Aug 2022 10:28am, PhiliPamInCoventry said: Sat with Pam in Stonehaven, eating open grilled smokies, along with crusty tiger bread & butter, I'm drooling now just at the thought.
I might just do that this afternoon! Thumbs up
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PhiliPamInCoventry
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940 of 950  Mon 8th Aug 2022 11:23am  
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Hi all, Hardly a picture goes on our forum that doesn't kindle a memory for me in the past. I'm a real life person, so sharing I hope that I don't cause offence, regards my experiences as a young child. My only contact with church folk, was my Methodist up-bringing. Straight laced, except for them wearing their shirt collar the wrong way round. I suppose boring! I remember going to a special service at a big church, all strange sounds, smells, it might have been Holy Trinity, but not sure, I was nearly five I think. My mum scolded me because so many heard me ask, why was the man wearing a dress & a doily. When I say scold, she was so angry.
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Helen F
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941 of 950  Mon 8th Aug 2022 11:53am  
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I remember asking a huge amount of questions as a kid but this wasn't one of them. It must be because the TV taught me a lot. I wasn't taken to church regularly while I was very young but it all felt familiar when I went.
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942 of 950  Mon 8th Aug 2022 2:44pm  
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Ok, it's dinner time. I cannot do chips using salad potatoes, but what I’ve just enjoyed was fab. I suppose a variation on sauté potatoes. So what I call sort-of-potatoes. I had one piece of battered cod left in a box, so what I finished up with… With slightly bigger salad potatoes I could have sliced them, like mini-chips, boil for just ten mins, then brush with oil or lard & finish off in the oven. I like them better than branded oven chips. Isn't food nice!
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Helen F
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943 of 950  Mon 8th Aug 2022 3:35pm  
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I prefer sauté salad potatoes to oven chips.
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944 of 950  Wed 10th Aug 2022 9:33am  
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Hi all, Chatting with Johnnie, the mention of the Bury St. Edmunds brew, Abbot ale, what a nice subject. We have local beers brewed in our vicinity, but not always available at the bar. Timothy Taylor, Abbot, Worthington cream, are currently my favourites. These are generally available, in & around Coventry. I prefer red wine, Blossom Hill always goes down well. I enjoyed a tot of port whilst sat in my open air pub (my snug) last evening. I nodded off at one point, or was that six points. Cheers.
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Mick Strong
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945 of 950  Wed 10th Aug 2022 9:41am  
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Hi Philip. I think that Tribute by St Austell brewery is definitely my favourite.
Mick Strong

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