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Old 10-20-2013, 04:36 PM   #21
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Aye lad, it was reet nice! (Or something like that...)

Your Fish, Chips and Mushy peas looked super too! I don't think I would ever tackle making them at home (when it is so easy to just pop to the chippy).
not bad nearly there katy "it t'were reet narse tha' knowest"
just heard on the beeb that you had a hurricane or tornado or something in hants?
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Old 10-20-2013, 04:38 PM   #22
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Katy I posted Snickerdoodle cookies in the Cookie recipes.
I thought the recipe came from Betty Crocker, it's from Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. They both look alike.

Snickerdoodles Cookies
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Old 10-20-2013, 04:41 PM   #23
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Snickerdoodles are a fairly plain butter cookie, ( biscuits) rolled into little dough balls made better when rolled in a bowl of cinnamon sugar and smashed flat on the baking tray with a water glass. Bake. Eat.
ah hah! cheers whiska,sound deelish.anything with cinnamon sugar is a winner in my book!love the cinnabon rolls we used to get in the sawgrass mall when we were visiting nico in miami.happy daze mate
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sounds great whiska but,ummm,snickerdoodles?
A form of biscuit much enjoyed by our American cousins. (Spoken in my best Dr Evadne Hinge voice)

The recipe sounds a bit like cinnamon dusted shortbread cookies.
Apparently the word owes much to the German for "snail".

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Just heard on the radio that Tommy Whittle died last week. He played at the Bridgewater Hall last year but I was away so couldn't go. Did you catch it? (Sorry, off topic)
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Nice looking fish and chips, Harry.
cheers mate!
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Harry,

I have to stay away from Cinnabons. I would wear them too well. I think they spray the air surrounding their shops to draw you in.

Dinners are lookig good folks. I better get dinner started aournd here too pretty soon.
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Old 10-20-2013, 04:47 PM   #27
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sounds great rock! try & stay off the lager(i know it's a big ask mate)long enough to take some pics please!!
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I have to stay away from Cinnabons. I would wear them too well. I think they spray the air surrounding their shops to draw you in.

Dinners are lookig good folks. I better get dinner started aournd here too pretty soon.
i think you are right there wiska me old mucker!! i swear you could smell them down on krome ave,miles before you got to sawgrass....drool!!
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not bad nearly there katy "it t'were reet narse tha' knowest"
just heard on the beeb that you had a hurricane or tornado or something in hants?
Well, I had a stab at it! I'm just a southern softy - what else do you expect?

No Tornado here, but we did have a thunderstorm and torrential rain this afternoon - must have caught the edge maybe?
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Katy I posted Snickerdoodle cookies in the Cookie recipes.
I thought the recipe came from Betty Crocker, it's from Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. They both look alike.

Snickerdoodles Cookies
Seen, copied and replied to!

Thanks very much Whiskadoodle!
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