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Jaidyn
Hello Arrived in Belfast today and we are keen to try authentic Irish food , my husband especially would like somewhere where he can try Irish stew or a decent meat pie ! We are staying near St...
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diddlydo
Do others think that all dogs (apart from guide dogs obviously) should be completely banned from restaurants? I do and would avoid any restaurant that claims to be dog-friendly as these smelly...
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jennyjoan
https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/296688101 Bought the above and baked it - unfortunately I forgot about it and it burned a little - it was through the week so I was able to pick off the...
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Patsy33
Sadly, it causes too much acid in my stomach and I'm looking for a drink to replace it without as much acid in. I know most of them have but perhaps a little kinder! One of my little pleasures in life...
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tamaris
I am looking for something for the microwave as cheap as possible similar to this in glass plastic etc.It can be deeper than this...
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spathiphyllum
Is this some genetically modified sweet corn or is it just the 'best of the best'... I don't see how one corn can be just a plain corn and another can be 'salad crisp'... I think just putting it in...
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Maydup
I make a berry cordial, (using berries I picked and froze in the autumn) and the recipe calls for cloves. I boil the berries, strain them, add sugar to the liquid with cloves, cinnamon, ginger and...
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mallyh
do you peel mushrooms or not ?
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1rovert
Hi, PLEASE! Does anyone know where I can get '' old fashion tasting BUTTER'',...
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Jaidyn
No - come on John and Greg - Alex should have been the third finalist ! I like Kenny - but soggy jelly ? Join in the trivial discussion !...
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daginge
Hello All Long time no see, long story short, moved house, changed job, been I'll, AKA daily life! But, to business- I have a Chinese stainless steel slicing knife and the handle can be a touch...
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-SharonA-
I know these may not be very popular in the U.K. but a neighbour keeps promising me a bucket full of the Blighters. Has anyone any personal experience of cooking these?? I have never cooked these and...
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Goofy
I used to have Two Fat Ladies recipe book software that you could enter your own recipes/ingredients and it would work out the calories and other nutritional info. Is there anything similar around...
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Bezjoan101
Language. Novel by Nigel Slater (6 - 5)
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bainbrig
Apparently, as there are no rules governing the name ‘Sourdough’, supermarkets can label any bread ‘sourdough’ however it’s made. Thus, ordinary yeast-started bread can be called sourdough -...
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ethandron
Baxters pineapple, coconut and zesty lime chutney, you owe it to yourself to try it, I guarantee you'll not stop at one jar.
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ethandron
Am making this today, a giant one, and have never made it before. I've bought ready made cheese sauce which I'll be adding some mustard to, and am putting frozen mash on the top with some grated...
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spathiphyllum
Why do they stop grating Parmesan on my food if i don't "say when" when they tell me to "say when"? It's quite awkward when i say 'that's not quite enough'....
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melv16
Who would like to be the second person to give Greg Wallace a slap? :-)

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