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I love the smell of Sandalwood in the morning.

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Hot cross bun with cheese.

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airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 12:53
Hot cross bun with cheese.
Any preference as to type of cheese? It isn't something which appeals to my taste buds though you would imagine there is a significant difference in taste between a mascarpone and say a red Leicester.

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Niki Wu wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 20:25
airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 12:53
Hot cross bun with cheese.
Any preference as to type of cheese? It isn't something which appeals to my taste buds though you would imagine there is a significant difference in taste between a mascarpone and say a red Leicester.
Haven't tried mascarpone or ricotta come to think , I suspect you'd be on a sticky wicket with those Nancy boys.
Somewhat embarrassingly, I rediscovered this, dare I call it a recipe, with the David van day of cheeses, dairylea but red Leicester or double Gloucester would be the more fitting combination.

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airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 21:32
Niki Wu wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 20:25
airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 12:53
Hot cross bun with cheese.
Any preference as to type of cheese? It isn't something which appeals to my taste buds though you would imagine there is a significant difference in taste between a mascarpone and say a red Leicester.
Haven't tried mascarpone or ricotta come to think , I suspect you'd be on a sticky wicket with those Nancy boys.
Somewhat embarrassingly, I rediscovered this, dare I call it a recipe, with the David van day of cheeses, dairylea but red Leicester or double Gloucester would be the more fitting combination.
I can't really say I've ever considered dairylea to be a proper cheese. No offence ( I have eaten it myself out of necessity when dieting) but it's more of a scummy quasi-cheese in my experience.

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Niki Wu wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 21:56
airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 21:32
Niki Wu wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 20:25


Any preference as to type of cheese? It isn't something which appeals to my taste buds though you would imagine there is a significant difference in taste between a mascarpone and say a red Leicester.
Haven't tried mascarpone or ricotta come to think , I suspect you'd be on a sticky wicket with those Nancy boys.
Somewhat embarrassingly, I rediscovered this, dare I call it a recipe, with the David van day of cheeses, dairylea but red Leicester or double Gloucester would be the more fitting combination.
I can't really say I've ever considered dairylea to be a proper cheese. No offence ( I have eaten it myself out of necessity when dieting) but it's more of a scummy quasi-cheese in my experience.
As I say, the David van day of cheeses. I think we have burgers some time this weekend.

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airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 21:32
Niki Wu wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 20:25
airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 12:53
Hot cross bun with cheese.
Any preference as to type of cheese? It isn't something which appeals to my taste buds though you would imagine there is a significant difference in taste between a mascarpone and say a red Leicester.
Haven't tried mascarpone or ricotta come to think , I suspect you'd be on a sticky wicket with those Nancy boys.
Somewhat embarrassingly, I rediscovered this, dare I call it a recipe, with the David van day of cheeses, dairylea but red Leicester or double Gloucester would be the more fitting combination.
For me its got to be Wensleydale
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When ahem people substitute the word "appertaining" for the word "occurring". Fess up Gavin and Stacey script writers it's never been "What's occurring", it is and always was "What's appertaining" as in Shakespeare's , from Romeo and Juliet"The appertaining rage".

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laurie wrote:
airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 21:32
Niki Wu wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 20:25
Any preference as to type of cheese? It isn't something which appeals to my taste buds though you would imagine there is a significant difference in taste between a mascarpone and say a red Leicester.
Haven't tried mascarpone or ricotta come to think , I suspect you'd be on a sticky wicket with those Nancy boys.
Somewhat embarrassingly, I rediscovered this, dare I call it a recipe, with the David van day of cheeses, dairylea but red Leicester or double Gloucester would be the more fitting combination.
For me its got to be Wensleydale
Creamy Lancashire for me.

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gjinblack wrote:
10 Apr 2020, 16:56
laurie wrote:
airflamesred wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 21:32


Haven't tried mascarpone or ricotta come to think , I suspect you'd be on a sticky wicket with those Nancy boys.
Somewhat embarrassingly, I rediscovered this, dare I call it a recipe, with the David van day of cheeses, dairylea but red Leicester or double Gloucester would be the more fitting combination.
For me its got to be Wensleydale
Creamy Lancashire for me.

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Mixed Grapes from J Cunterbury’s, taste like little Peaches. Hmmmmmmm nice.Used to love me Peaches but they are always too hard nowadays, guess I’ll have to bung em in the oven for a few days to soften em up, like.
Lotsa Pineapple too, makes your Sex Wee taste nicer apparently. Not that I’ve tasted me Sex Wee recently like though.

Int Fruit brilliant?

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Early childhood memories such as the look on my big sister's face the day she came home from school to find a whole band of long-haired musicians from Southampton sat in the house with my mother handing out cups of tea, June Whitfield style whilst they were waiting for her. Good footballer , my sister btw :wink:
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