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Posted on 27 Dec 2012 21:06:12 GMT
wobberoo says:
Capers? Do they love me, Pixie? What a thing to ask. Wheeze's and capers belong together!!!

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Dec 2012 20:13:19 GMT
pixie says:
Question is does "Capers" love you?.......who is Capers anyway?!

Posted on 27 Dec 2012 20:09:27 GMT
wobberoo says:
I LOVE Capers!!

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Dec 2012 11:41:59 GMT
Scarlet Lady says:
Sounds Yumzer

Posted on 27 Dec 2012 11:33:46 GMT
Scarlet, I like olives, capers and anchovies mixed with parboiled potatoes for a stuffing for chicken. Back in the 80s it was "chick" (pardon the pun) to loosen the breast skin and place this stuffing in between. Supposed to keep the breast moist. I prefer to put it inside like normal. As the three main ingredients start with A in Spanish (alcapparras, aceitunas and anchoas) we called it The A Team Stuffing.

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Dec 2012 10:52:22 GMT
YIPPEE!!!.....grab your credit card, girl, and go treat yourself! :o>

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Dec 2012 10:45:29 GMT
pixie says:
Scarlet...that dress you had your eye on....QVC? They have a sale on now!!!! Check it out...x

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Dec 2012 10:21:51 GMT
No? You obviously have very adventurous and exciting tastebuds, Scarlet!

Posted on 27 Dec 2012 10:14:44 GMT
Scarlet Lady says:
I love Olives, Capers and Anchovies - does that make me Weird?

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Dec 2012 08:36:40 GMT
Glad you liked it it Charlie. That's nice to hear. :-)

Posted on 26 Dec 2012 20:12:58 GMT
Is it Noel Edmonds?

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Dec 2012 20:06:32 GMT
pixie says:
Result! Lol!

Posted on 26 Dec 2012 19:58:08 GMT
Charlie says:
Thank you Sam, the walnut and apricot stuffing went down a treat. I found it much lighter that regular stuffing thanks to the fruit juice which was so nice. In laws took a bowl full home with them, and mum in law is a great cook, so huge compliment

Posted on 24 Dec 2012 22:42:07 GMT
Olives. If too bitter/briney drain, pour over boling water. Leave for two minutes. Drain. Rinse in more boiling water. Drain. Add nice olive oil plus any flavourings you like e.g. A liitle lemon, mixed herbs, garlic or everything. Steep for at least a few hours.

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Dec 2012 09:22:34 GMT
pixie says:
" It's not the Roo's in my life but the life in my Roo's!" hasn't got the same ring to it somehow!Lol!x

Posted on 23 Dec 2012 09:08:11 GMT
Not a personal lemon grove, Roo, though there is a lemon tree out in front of the building...I just live in (lowers voice seductively) the citrus producing capital of Europe!

(as Mae West) Come up and see me sometime!

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Dec 2012 02:53:07 GMT
pixie says:
* waving Arms and Cooee ing* Hi Roo! Over here! I'm by the fruit stand in Morissons!x

Posted on 22 Dec 2012 20:59:31 GMT
wobberoo says:
P.s, if that nearby Lemon Grove applies to any other, then so does my imagery.

Posted on 22 Dec 2012 20:57:30 GMT
wobberoo says:
Orri, how remiss of me. I have yet to tell you how simply divine a Lady you are. I can only imagine you as a young, bronzed temptress. I'm sure your allure knows no bounds, and your beauty beyond compare. A Lemon Grove, nearby, methinks? X X X

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Dec 2012 10:28:56 GMT
That might just be a day's supply to a Roo then?!! - LOL!!!

Posted on 22 Dec 2012 09:59:53 GMT
I often buy lemons from my grocer 2 kgs at a time. Oranges, 4-5 kg. And they last us about a week.

In reply to an earlier post on 21 Dec 2012 23:14:50 GMT
.....some more Lemons?!.....
I have had a crate delivered just for Christmas - it should last us till New Year?!!

Posted on 21 Dec 2012 21:12:36 GMT
pixie says:
A diet sheet!

Posted on 21 Dec 2012 21:10:58 GMT
wobberoo says:
Take some Lemons, and erm? suzy? What else do we need?

In reply to an earlier post on 21 Dec 2012 14:53:53 GMT
BirdmanC says:
Indian cookery may not include anything directly comparable to our cakes (no suitable ovens traditionally available for one reason), but as a nation, in my experience, they certainly do love sweet things of any and all kinds - the only race on earth who have discovered how to make 1kg of sweet/dessert using a recipe that includes 3kg of sugar, with no waste (though plenty of waist perhaps)!!

You too - very best wishes.
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