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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lol - so you didn't see my last reply as being a piss take? Then you *are* a daftee!!

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    No. Because no one would have taken it that way.

    You lose. Face it.

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    Lose what? I wasn't aware of any competition.

    The post was clearly a piss-take, with smileys and jokey language used, as well as me repeating what you had said earlier about respect [intended as a 'ner'], so only a daftee would've taken umbrage!

    Anyway, I think it's probably best if from now on we just stick to discussing the food

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    Yeah constant wind up / fun posts always run a danger of being misinterpreted.

    I'm not holding ANY grudges at all though. I know you well enough to judge who you are with reasonable accuracy. And you're an OK chap

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    Cool - thank fuck for that!

    And I feel the same towards you

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    Jees, get a room
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    I had plenty of time after dropping off at Beavers tonight so we’ve got an “early” dinner - HUGE portion of chicken enchiladas with homemade guacamole. Usually a winter dish but just fancied Mexican tonight.

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    Cajun jambalaya


    edit. that was good
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    Popped into Upminster today for some shopping, a quick look in 'Crazy Beats' Records & lunch in the 'Crumpled Horn'. A real bargain - £5.55 for 2 courses, I had tomato soup (which seemed freshly made, not tinned) which came with 2 big doorsteps of granary bread & butter & 3 sausages & mash, also very good. My other half had prawn cocktail & vegetable lasagne which she thoroughly enjoyed. Sorry, will get pics next time

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    Gorgeous day today in Wrexham, much like in the rest of the country, and was round at my dad's for lunch... View of the garden from where we ate:



    Starter of pan-fried sea bass fillets in a lemon and fresh dill butter, with fried challots:





    Some wines and view of his patio area:



    A simple pot of pasta with homemade meat sauce:



    And in the bowl:



    Not bad scran for an 86-year old man to cook, eh? Anyway, we spent a lovely day together outside in the glorious sunshine, chatting and enjoying the food and wine, and making some nice memories

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    Nice scran. Was very warm here too. 22/23c I would think. Maybe 24.
    Im cooked in the warm air
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    ***SMILE, BE HAPPY***

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