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Old Sep 13th 2015, 10:41 pm
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Originally Posted by Pom_Chch View Post
Crikey, sorry people, it was a light hearted comment with no malice behind it what so ever. Ah, never mind, I'll get my coat as well
Ah the written word. How easily it is to be misunderstood at times .

Who know's what's for dinner tonight? My two brain cells haven't met yet today, so no ideas forthcoming

Think we have a Frey Bentos pie lurking somewhere.
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Old Sep 14th 2015, 12:15 am
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Originally Posted by Pom_Chch View Post
I'll get my coat as well
There is no need to break out the rainmac in sunny Christchurch. I am not offended and you are right , Mr BEVS is a keeper . Bless his smelly rolled up socks in the wash basket.
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Old Sep 14th 2015, 12:36 am
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Originally Posted by Vitalstatistix View Post
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Think we have a Frey Bentos pie lurking somewhere.
you might want to "can" that one ---- I'll get me coat ----
Hey annie, you've got 4,999 posts as of now.
Hope you're well.
Madam BEVs too - "Libby and I" are still soldiering on and still together, three and a bit years later, thanks to BE.

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Old Sep 14th 2015, 10:51 am
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you might want to "can" that one ---- I'll get me coat ----
Hey annie, you've got 4,999 posts as of now.
Hope you're well.
Madam BEVs too - "Libby and I" are still soldiering on and still together, three and a bit years later, thanks to BE.
I've hit 5000 without even realising it. Now 5001 with this one. All good with us, have started "thesping" at Centrestage. Next production is Cinderella, not really my bag but keeping my hand in.
You still living up this way? Good to hear things are going well.

Met up with a friend's parents from the UK so have been for an Italian in the city. Snapper, mussels and farro.......delissimo! Was intrigued by the Orgy of mushrooms but I decided I couldn't deal with such a 'hot' dish on a Monday. Far too early on in the week for that sort of thing
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Old Sep 14th 2015, 11:40 am
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There is no need to break out the rainmac in sunny Christchurch. I am not offended and you are right , Mr BEVS is a keeper . Bless his smelly rolled up socks in the wash basket.
Stir fry duck, first time I have had it Yummy. Do not overcook!!!
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Old Sep 14th 2015, 9:31 pm
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Originally Posted by Vitalstatistix View Post
I've hit 5000 without even realising it. Now 5001 with this one. All good with us, have started "thesping" at Centrestage. Next production is Cinderella, not really my bag but keeping my hand in.
You still living up this way? Good to hear things are going well.

Met up with a friend's parents from the UK so have been for an Italian in the city. Snapper, mussels and farro.......delissimo! Was intrigued by the Orgy of mushrooms but I decided I couldn't deal with such a 'hot' dish on a Monday. Far too early on in the week for that sort of thing
We're next door to "he is risen" if you know what I mean.....the guy who had no hands and now has them again ...not far down from the newly painted red building
Rode past said place yesterday on my bike heading off to the estuary and thought of you before I noticed one of the cars from the Oilver production behind the place. I took my 10 year old to that show and he loved it, still sings "consider yourself" at the top of his voice when prompted.
Small world, small country, even smaller retirement village by the sea.......

OH and last night I rustled up hot roast chicken salad with pasta, some of NW's finest size14, countdown's el-cheapo veggie stir fry (for the salad) followed by some evaporated milk (we had to use up), tinned cheap countdown pineapple slices and yoghurt. The joys of being on yer own with a growing teenager in the house.

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Curry.
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Old Sep 17th 2015, 10:21 am
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Living on the edge here with nom nom 'Nosh' breakfast sausages for dinner with roasted red onion, homemade jacket wedges and Heinz English Recipe Baked Beans.
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Old Oct 10th 2015, 3:42 am
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Originally Posted by Daddy Long Legs View Post
ah...hamburgers
Welcome to British Expats DLL - good to see you getting straight in there. Would be nice to read a little about yourself and you situation and what brings you to the NZ part of BE
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Welcome to British Expats DLL - good to see you getting straight in there. Would be nice to read a little about yourself and you situation and what brings you to the NZ part of BE
I'm thinking most likely looking for ways to serve up restaurant quality spam three ways.
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Old Oct 10th 2015, 5:07 am
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Beef Bourguignonne made with a Hawkes Bay Syrah and will be served with a Mission Estate 2013 Gimblett Gravels Reserve Syrah.  I'm not a big fan of red wine but I'll make an exception in this case.  Well, it is Saturday.
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Old Oct 10th 2015, 5:49 am
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I'm thinking most likely looking for ways to serve up restaurant quality spam three ways.
Not so much spam as Kittleson porridge.
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Clams and oyster mushrooms and pasta in a garlicky pesto sauce.
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Chicken domoda with scotch bonnet chilli ! fabulous!
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Clams and oyster mushrooms and pasta in a garlicky pesto sauce.
Yum!
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