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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#76 by PJ , Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:49 pm

If either of you two drop the soap your on your own, like the Dragons Den I'm out.
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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#77 by Sheldonboy , Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:53 pm

I'm backing out of this one. Goodnight all.


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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#78 by PJ , Thu Jan 28, 2010 10:11 pm

Goodnight Princes all, Bueno Snotches.

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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#79 by phil ( deleted ) , Thu Jan 28, 2010 10:40 pm

PJ

But what do you mean by "I'm out"? and SB "Backing out" seems very sus to me.

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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#80 by Sheldonboy , Fri Jan 29, 2010 5:10 am

No mate were just good friends.


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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#81 by PJ , Fri Jan 29, 2010 4:50 pm

Phil if your willing to bend down and grope for the soap in the altogether, in the steam with a load of Englishmen behind you, your more of a Scott than you think you are.
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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#82 by phil ( deleted ) , Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:23 pm

PJ

Us Scot's only take cold showers and we don't use soap. We just rub ouselves down with a brick that's BRICK.

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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#83 by Sheldonboy , Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:22 pm

Hadrian had the right idea he built a dirty great wall to keep em in.


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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#84 by phil ( deleted ) , Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:31 pm

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You see that where the history books have got it wrong. Us Scot's helped Hadrian to build it to keep you pilfering Brit's out.

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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#85 by Sheldonboy , Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:58 pm

What was there to steal, a load of long haired Haggis Bashers. Even the Germans called them the Women from Hell.


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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#86 by PJ , Mon Feb 01, 2010 7:37 pm

Mashed potato,
I may have led a sheltered life.
Mashed potato to me was spuds with a little butter and salt, very nice if the spuds are cooked through, mashed with love with a dollop of good salted butter. There it is, mashed potato.

Yesterday I was treated to dinner at my nieces before friends and relatives gathered for a party for her sons 21st birthday. She made two different dishes so we had a choice and she selected the sort of thing that could gently simmer for some time before it would be ruined . Beef Bourguignon or chicken Chassuer either with mashed potato. This mashed potato was delicious a meal in its self, no, you cant call it mashed potato I identified leek cabbage and a touch of parsley, it was like me and Denise, nothing short of gorgeous. O k I said having devoured more than a fair share with the Chassuer, "hows it done". The poor girl first baked a shed load of spuds scooped out all the potato from the skins, put the flesh through a ricer this looks like a large garlic press sauted or fried the leek and the blanched cabbage in a little butter when transparent folded the greens into the spuds with a little cream and some creme fresh and seasoned to taste with salt and pepper topped off with a fleck of flat leaf parsely.
This is a definite improvement on Cadbury's Smash. She went to so much trouble and care for a make shift eat on your lap Sunday lunch. After the first taste everyone just looked at each other to see if it was just you dreaming.
Up to know I have only derided all these cooking programmes on the Telly, not anymore, keep them coming if this is the effect there having.
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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#87 by Sheldonboy , Mon Feb 01, 2010 8:02 pm

Very nice PJ that sounds flippin tasty.
How I like Mashed Tatties is nice and firm not too sloppy, with nice thick rich gravy and a dirty great sausage. A little bit of salt and pepper. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm


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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#88 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Feb 01, 2010 8:32 pm

I'm in complete agreement sos and mash is great. I like mine with fried onions and gravy, though I can be tempted to have it with baked beans and daddies sauce with no gravy.

My next favourite has to be egg & chips. but thats a rare treat now only if I have been a good boy and not over indulged myself.

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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#89 by Sheldonboy , Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:30 pm

Phil, don't you think the most simple meals are the tastiest. SB


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RE: What Things Have Changed For The Better

#90 by phil ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:39 pm

SB

Over the years I have dined at some of the best restaurants in Birmingham and around the country. I have to say the posher the noshery the smaller the meal.

I will not deny that I have had some very fine meals in some top rank places. The service is not always what it cracked up to be though.

I don't care what anybody says, but you cant beat a good mixed grill in a greasy spoon cafe.

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