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    New month... weather was nice this morning but drifting to cold and wet. dull too and will have to put lights on
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    Gone the opposite way here, cold and dismal this morning, now warm and sunny.
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    The BBC forecasted gloom, doom and cold but it's a lovely, sunny day with not a cloud in the sky.

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    Nice and sunny at the moment here, but not terribly warm (currently only 8 deg), as indeed the forecast predicted! However, in the sun it's dry and pleasant.

    Meeting Del for lunch today at a cafe just down the road, which is adjacent to a hospice, and specialises in using only locally-sourced ingredients to produce all the food: http://cafficwtchwrexham.co.uk/

    And all food is prepared by a top Scottish chef, called Peter Jackson, whom I know from his time in the once renowned Colonial restaurant in Glasgow, during the 80s and early 90s, and both Bodysgallen Hall and Maes y Neuadd, which in the past we've stayed and dined at.

    See here for the interesting concept Peter has embarked on: http://cafficwtchwrexham.co.uk/the-c...-wrexham-team/

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    Only 8C here, very dull and overcast with a bit of drizzle.
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    Nice, Craig!

    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Meeting Del for lunch today at a cafe just down the road, which is adjacent to a hospice, and specialises in using only locally-sourced ingredients to produce all the food: http://cafficwtchwrexham.co.uk/
    Decided to have the "Arancini rice balls stuffed with spinach and mozzarella served with a tomato and basil fondue", with a side of fresh veg:



    It was lovely, and Del enjoyed her veggie Glamorgan sausages and chips, too!

    Marco.

    P.S I made the mistake of cutting into one of the rice balls before taking the pic, hence why it looks a little untidy...
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    The steak was off then?
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    Lol - there was no steak on the menu, daftee

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    What sort of restaurant is that then, they don't even do a steak? Even Frankie & Bennies do a steak. Although it's a right rip-off.

    Got invited to one of those Michelin places once, had a look at the menu on line. No steak! In fact nothing I fancied if it were offered me for free and it was a ton a head!
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