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Old 01-17-2013, 07:20 PM   #241
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What really bothers me about garlic is when there isn't any!
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Old 01-17-2013, 08:57 PM   #242
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What's this that it wants 4 characters to post? I guess we now have to add smileys -- oh, well.
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:05 PM   #243
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What's this that it wants 4 characters to post? I guess we now have to add smileys -- oh, well.
I noticed that for the first time today as well.
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Old 01-18-2013, 07:35 AM   #244
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I noticed that for the first time today as well.

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Old 10-31-2013, 07:58 AM   #245
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hello!it's me again......no,no,comeback!!now that "guilty pleasures"seems to be up & running i thought it was about time to resurrect "life's too short.....".
as i said yonks ago when i started this thread:
"okey dokey this is guilty pleasures "all grown up" 3D the sequel.no no no vicar,nothing for you to worry about!!.you know what? sometimes life is too short for peeling,chopping,mixing & marinading.sometimes i just don't have the time.sometimes there is stuff out there that i think "y'know what 'arry the ingredients are exactly what i would make that with & it probably tastes just as good as mine so why make it yourself(or should that be myself?)"
here' some of mine.i've shown you mine now you show me yours!!"
so here we go,little nuggets of minced garlic & chilli(they also do ginger & coriander)perfick for that curry or pasta etc etc when time is short.always have a couple of packs of each in the freezer for when time is short but taste is important....go on,show me yours now!!
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Old 10-31-2013, 08:22 AM   #246
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hello!it's me again......no,no,comeback!!now that "guilty pleasures"seems to be up & running i thought it was about time to resurrect "life's too short.....".
as i said yonks ago when i started this thread:
"okey dokey this is guilty pleasures "all grown up" 3D the sequel.no no no vicar,nothing for you to worry about!!.you know what? sometimes life is too short for peeling,chopping,mixing & marinading.sometimes i just don't have the time.sometimes there is stuff out there that i think "y'know what 'arry the ingredients are exactly what i would make that with & it probably tastes just as good as mine so why make it yourself(or should that be myself?)"
here' some of mine.i've shown you mine now you show me yours!!"
so here we go,little nuggets of minced garlic & chilli(they also do ginger & coriander)perfick for that curry or pasta etc etc when time is short.always have a couple of packs of each in the freezer for when time is short but taste is important....go on,show me yours now!!
I've got these in my freezer too. Really handy when you are having a ginger emergency! Unfortunate name though DO ROT.

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Old 10-31-2013, 09:57 AM   #247
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I've got these in my freezer too. Really handy when you are having a ginger emergency! Unfortunate name though DO ROT.

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ha! well spotted .40,never thought of that!good tho' aren't they?
whatcha' reckon is going on here then mate??!!
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Old 10-31-2013, 10:31 AM   #248
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Old 10-31-2013, 10:35 AM   #249
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ha!nice!one for the "pot" eh whiska,now we're talkin' maaaan?!!
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:24 PM   #250
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just for you taxlady,a reminder of home....always have a pack of slices in the fridge,great for sandwiches,burgers & just eating straight out of the packet
in fact i guess that makes it a guilty pleasure,so i'll jolly well post it there too...you can never have too much jarlsberg...having said that i'm a bit partial to a chunk of 3 year old vintage canadian cheddar too...oh boy!
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