*BigBird* wrote: »
Oh, and not sure if this is a GC thing, but does anyone have any tips for getting blood out of clothes? Seem to remember soaking them in salt water is good, but not sure if I'm making that up!!!
Sosh wrote: »
It won't help you now, but for future reference, if possible, get the person whose blood it is to spit on it while it's still wet. It has to be person who's bleeding as only their enzymes will dissolve their blood.
annelouise wrote: »
1kg mince,400g pork mince - mix in large bowl
Add 1/2 red pepper finely chopped,1 onion finely chopped,dash mixed herbs,dash ginger,s&p,egg white to bind.
Roll into small balls and coat in flour.
Chill 2 hours or more.
Fry in oil of choice,I finish mine off in oven just in case they are not done in the middle.Serve with spaghetti and sauce of your choice.annelouise
Blairweech wrote: »
Tesco online have an offer on Kerrygold butter 250g - 2 for £1.50 - it does not come up on MySupermarket
Moniker wrote: »
Mascarpone and Lime Torte
This recipe came from a Sainsbury’s recipe card. You could also do this with a lemon, but it might need a bit more sugar I think.
Kaz2904 wrote: »
Don't know if anyone has any suggestions but DS is really thin (still wearing 12-18 months shorts and he's 5 in December) but also quite tall. Does anyone know where I might be able to get him some school trousers that actually fit him? Thanks, Kaz.
If you plan to get a place via 'clearing'
Lower your band & save £1,000s
Past-best-before health food etc