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  • Wednesday2000Wednesday2000 Forumite
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    Happy Birthday!:)
  • goldfinchesgoldfinches Forumite
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    @Miró a very Happy Birthday to you. I think he's a keeper too, someone who pays attention and gets you something you like is rare and should be treasured. 

    I popped into my favourite BHF shop yesterday and came out with three books which were the Sainsbury book of children's party cooking, £1, bought purely for the photos which are hilarious. Sandwich house with celery lawn and twiglet roof anyone?

    I also snapped up a blank notebook, £2.99, with lovely quality paper and waterproof covers to use as my next kitchen record book and then pounced on The art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking by Yamuna Devi, £3.50.

    . A host of legends surround this, one of the loveliest of seafoods, except when overcooked. My favourite true story concerns the young lady scallop preparation worker, interviewed by the 'New Yorker' Magazine. When asked for her honest opinion of the shellfish she said "They don't have much personality".
    From Patrick Anthony's International MENU Dictionary.
  • FrithFrith Forumite
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    @goldfinches we used to have that cookery book growing up and I loved it! Have you seen the boats made from jelly in orange peel slices yet?
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