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24-03-2020 21:43
bc109 Dorli cooks twice for every meal, because she is a vegetarian, I am bloodthirsty.
We are coming to the very last of the orange season, so she has been making chocolate orange icecream. Yum.
She has also been batch cooking and freezing in case she catches the dreaded virus and I have to find my way around the kitchen.

Because she and her siblings lived in a guest house in Germany, and ran the kitchen as very young teenagers, her speed of preparing and serving a dish is amazing.

The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. We have been married now for 44 years. We are getting used to each other.
24-03-2020 19:51
raynipper No Jan. They are not around long enough to make the freezer. We rarely have Moules n Frites at home as it's so easy in local restaurants. This was probably because we had guests.

24-03-2020 17:01
Originally Posted by raynipper View Post
My wife is always 'knocking up' something Jan. Ray.
I used to bake cakes regularly, haven´t done so for sometime now because we were eating them to quickly and now it´s not worth baking things like that for myself.
Do you put the almond cakes in the freezer?
You can keep the muscles though, I´m not a lover of shell fish.
24-03-2020 15:19
raynipper My wife is always 'knocking up' something Jan. Ray.
24-03-2020 15:06
Originally Posted by baldlygo View Post
This is a zoomed sideways one!
How did you do that Paul?

You can have one of these for doing it, doesn´t matter which way round this one is.

Bill you will know these coz I bet Dorri makes Bulletin I wish you could taste them they are very moreish much tastier than beef or hamburgers.
24-03-2020 14:59
Originally Posted by jiwawa View Post
Jan, I can enlarge the sideways photos in your posts 28 n 29 but not the 'proper' ones - at least, they enlarge only the tiniest amount.
This is a zoomed sideways one!
24-03-2020 14:02
jiwawa Jan, I can enlarge the sideways photos in your posts 28 n 29 but not the 'proper' ones - at least, they enlarge only the tiniest amount.

Dave, I think Lesley might run a mile if you looked like the Green Goddess no matter how fab she looks - and she does!!
24-03-2020 12:03
bc109 I'd love one.
And I would love to be as fit as the GG when I get to 82. Not long now !
24-03-2020 10:54
Originally Posted by JanHank View Post
Lovely day here.
Mr Mot thinks we should play, but if I don´t go out there he comes back in.

And I have made my rolls, won´t one

Those rolls could get you company...... the local police drug squad.

“Anything you say will be taken down and used against you”

Say nowt !

24-03-2020 10:49
Penquin FYI the Green Goddess is BACK she is now on the BBC Breakfast three times a week just before 0900 GMT, considering that she is now 82 she looks extremely good....

I am not sure that I would like to look like her, aged 82, I have never looked good in Green and my hair is certainly not up for a perm. in fact it's not up for anything now as I used Wash n Go and after I Washed it, it went.....

Her exercises are good and we have sat taking part as she leads many in stretching and stress relieving exercises - worth watching.

Have fun and keep safe, I will be outside with our Border Collie today. At least he is happy with our enforced stay at home - although he would love to be away in the MH, marking numerous trees around the extensive French countryside- we are currently restricted to only one of us being with him and only within 1 km of our house - fortunately we have open woodland adjoining our property.
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