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Kathyc wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 11:11 am
vic evans wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 10:41 am
Making another fortnights worth of English Muffins at the mo. which will go in the freezer when done.
Love 'em for breakfast with a nice lump of cheese. :D
I love muffins - do you do the cheese like cheese on toast or eat it like bread and cheese? My favourite is butter and Marmite.
Butter & Marmite sounds good Kathy :good:
By the time I've defrosted a couple, split & toasted 'em I'm usually starving so it's just butter & a decent soldier of cheese on top & munch away with a nice cup or two of tea.
The recipe I use is https://www.bbc.com/food/recipes/english_muffins_56640

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Doug wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 10:49 am
Just making/baking the weeks supply of whole meal bread.
Freezes very well.
I'll see your bread & raise you a muffin :lol:

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When are you both bringing them round - sharesies - yes :good:
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I am getting plastered tonight. Trying to finish a ceiling which is not as easy as you think.. Plaster in the eye hurts
Might stop for something to eat can see lights where there are no lights :shock: .
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Have a little shandy :good:
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Why not - he may have been down some others :innocent: :innocent:
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Morning ATS she says she is quicker coming on here to see what I am up too or where I am saves sending an email :lol:
Just plastering and finishing things off for a change
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Noisette wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 7:45 pm
You temptress, bubbles :D Stop leading him onto the path of debauch and destruction that is alcohol.... :innocent:
I thought that she was offering to give us a hand !

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Lighting the fires,it's only 15c today and drinking a Bordeaux grand vin!
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mysty1 wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 7:12 pm
I am getting plastered tonight. Trying to finish a ceiling which is not as easy as you think.. Plaster in the eye hurts
Might stop for something to eat can see lights where there are no lights :shock: .
If that continues Mysty go straight to les urgences and see an opthalmogist, its one of the keynote symptoms of a detached retina or optic nerve damage, dont ignore it. If you have any blurring or shading of peripheral vision like a net curtain has been partially drawn do the same, time is of the essence.

The lights that I saw were like fireworks shooting upwards or the film images of patriot battery being deployed against incoming missiles, in my case it was the healing process after the detached retina operations.
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