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muttley9050

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About muttley9050

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2015

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  • Location
    bucks
  • Interests
    everything wooden or brick
  • Occupation
    construction, tbc
  • City
    milton keynes
  1. Privet Hedge

    I'm guessing bonsai trees
  2. Chard...

    Love rainbow chard. Try this recipe for a raw salad. Remove chard stalks, roll a few lraves like a cigar and slice thinly, Soak a lemonn in boiling watr for 10 seconds to remove wax, Take zest off lemon and put in with the chard Make bread crumbs with the bread, slice garlic thinly,& Olive oil in a pan, a fair bit, heat Fry garlic for 20 seconds or so then add breadcrumbs, keep moving bread crumbs, they will soak up all the oil, fry till they are very golden brown and crunchy, maybe 2 or 3 mins, careful not to burn them, add salt and pepper, plenty of salt Set aside to cool Juice lemon, mix with Olive oil 3oil to 1juice, add a pinch of salt, Dress leaves with dressing, add grated parmesan and bread crumbs just before serving, One of my favourite salads.
  3. Making the news today....

    For you. Not for me
  4. Advice open barn

    Similar to this https://www.sure-green.com/products/shade-windbreak-netting-knitted/knitted-windbreak-netting.php?product=871&utm_source=adrac&utm_medium=shopping&gclid=CjwKCAjw16HLBRBFEiwAElREqKULWpqmKIagZQFuqLprElZYmQAK1FE5jAvEkWJePgX7Q1Pc5n6SCRoCe1cQAvD_BwE
  5. Advice open barn

    Like this ZEBEL 3m x 50m Blue Scaffold Debris Garden Safety Net Fence Protection Netting [ame]https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00WMPIASU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_SvQzzbK2FW8XZ[/ame]
  6. Advice open barn

    We used rain stop netting on our wood shed . It's great and let's plenty if wind through. It has eyes sewn in the sides which we threaded high tensile fencing wire through them stapled the wire to the legs. Been up maybe 5 years and still looks good as new.
  7. Making the news today....

    That's what he is saying. He also insulting huge amounts of noble People. But I guess it's acceptable if your a big I am in the oil industry. I wouldnt bother commenting Ian, because after all, you just make trinkets from wood!
  8. Making the news today....

    That's an interesting thought. But the likes of wiki etc disagree about the origin?
  9. Timber for new stairs

    If you did all that yourself, i take my hat off to u. Looks amazing as it is to me. Wood is wood and it all has its different character. Leave it as it is.
  10. Anyone use Dewalt Electric Saw ?

    How can you use a 54v battery in a nailer? Ok just realised you can change the voltage on the battery .
  11. Milling Risk Assessment

    I gave up on a milling job for the council as life is too short for too much nonsense.
  12. Using personal truck for work...What's a fair price?

    who is going to pay for the installation off the taco you will require?
  13. A pickling I shall go

    Thanks. Do you dont peel anything off. Just eat them as they are?
  14. Timber for new stairs

    I wouldnt consider burning your treads. Too much of a high wear area.
  15. A pickling I shall go

    Looks cool, would like to have a go, can you explain your process please.

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