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Well I went I saw...I left after 10 minutes as was too knackered and not a little ill but what I did see was fun and glittery and I contributed by blowing bubbles before sleeking off. Got loads of nice photos too. Wasn't what I was expecting.
- Mon Dec 17, 2007 17:39
- Forum: ask anorak
- Topic: Dear anorak, where can I buy cocoa powder butter?
- Replies: 3
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Don't worry about the oil thing. What you can do is transfer some oil to a fancy bottle and say this is the magic runny making chocolate mix made of secret ingredients I can only retrieve for you through extreme duress. Honestly the oils wouldn't bother no bona fide lovers of chocolate and it means ...
[quote="JamieC"] i suspect someone has a hangover today.quote] I have a hangover!!! As usual. A pukey shakey high temperature one. I've called in sick. I've got a fleece blanky with my name on it and I'm going to buy chocolate and cooked barbeque chicken and hopefully not be sick again. My life is u...
- Tue Dec 04, 2007 14:07
- Forum: book talk
- Topic: what book are you reading?
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I'm in-between books but justfinished "Black Beauty" bu Anna Sewell. I'm not five years old but I picked it up while waiting in a teashop the other day, found myself strongly drawn in and ended up "liberating" it for a few days. I now wan't to be a horse when I grow up.
Lego fills a part of my life that no other block shaped object with sticky out bits can. I went to lego land a few years ago but lost a small person in the assault course. Maybe I should have been concentrating on watching her rather than playing but it's so difficult. She is now safeand sound and a...
I once had an ale called Titanic Iceberg. It tasted like rose flacoured turkish delight and I've been dreaming of it ever since. Have settled on Avalanche as my second fave. Others include Sarah Hughes (Old Ruby), Oat's Cream Stout (I cannot describe how fantasticly divine this is- oh I just did - i...
Is this a trick question or something? The obvious answer lies in...Kofta Balls! They are a blend of grated cauliflower AND cabbage. I got the original recipe from a karma cookbook which I took the liberty of looking up online and here it is: http://www.recipezaar.com/227533 TheyÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢re...