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    Mmmm, :-)

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    #137134

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    F U N E X

    to go with it ?

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    Googled that P, definition that comes up, “Have you any eggs” :scratch:

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    Apparently pigs are very intelligent creature’s, easy to house train, and make good pet’s, just a pity bacon tastes so good.

     

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    ‘Tis Bo, bacon and egg on toast for lunch ;-)

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    What came first, the bacon or the egg?. I have an incredible amount of respect for the first human who thought, I wonder what that tastes like?.

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    :-) Wonder how many times he was sick?

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    Wonder how many died before the rest realised it was the tasty looking fruit that had killed them?.

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    Wonder how many people understand some of these topics ?

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    :unsure: :yahoo:

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    Artichoke hearts – who went to all that bother?

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    I totally agree VK, I just don’t get artichoke hearts at all and don’t understand their popularity  :scratch:

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    Nice though :-)

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    Ah artichokes, remember with affection. Invited brother in law  & sis over and took them out for a meal. We went to a restaurant we had visited on numerous occasions. I asked the lady proprietor if she would be kind enough to cook him something special for him, as it was his first visit to France , plus he was a vegetarian and couldn’t eat meat , at all!  She assured me that was no problem. Some lovely vegetable soup, then arrived The Artichoke, with the butter etc. Well he made a valiant attempt to plough through all the layers , but after a while  gave up!  Some years later he admitted it was the most awlful thing he had ever had!  Poor love he didn’t want to complain as we knew the owner very well!  When ever I see one now I always think of her and him, crunching away!  :yahoo:

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    :yahoo: POOR LAD :-)

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    Exactly!  :yahoo:  he deserved a Blue Peter Badge !

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    Our first French neighbour kindly cooked us an artichoke each for us to sample, blimey what a lot of effort to prepare, only to just pull leaves off and suck them! They were nice enough but not worth the bother!

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    Total waste of time.

    A few weeks back a neigbour brought in some freshly made boudin (noir). A friend of his who has a farm made them and they were absolutely delicious despite me not being a great fan of the black pudding. My ladyfriend did them in a kind of onion purée with herbs etc and the meal was memorable.

    I made the neighbour some scotch eggs as a way of thanking him.

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