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6 hours ago, youngsbury said:

You were right ! Got descended on at first light ! Thousands of the buggers. Had to pack up and move on 

Superglue one of these to your hat:

 

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I did pizzas tonight. Cranked seven or so out in a row while throwing back box Malbec. Happy guests. Restraint and minimalism is key for pizzas. Thin base, don't overdo toppings, enjoy sloshed while trying to speak Italian.

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Great advice on the minimalism.  We had just two friends for dinner last night.  Debs, the female guest, is a professional caterer and the wife spent literally all day preparing a meal for four!

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1 hour ago, nepia said:

Great advice on the minimalism.  We had just two friends for dinner last night.  Debs, the female guest, is a professional caterer and the wife spent literally all day preparing a meal for four!

Part of a forthcoming series on cooking by virtues and traits. My coconut milk curry for example rewards preparation whereas omelettes reward industriousness.

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14 minutes ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

Check mate my ass!

 

Butter shouldn’t even be in the equation!

 

Its clotted cream first, then Jam on top!

 

Northern monkeys - step away from the scone!

Pay attention. We're on the same side.

 

And I've been eating two cream teas a day for the last five weeks (with only occasional respite when the shop ran out of clotted cream for 20p) so I'm not sure what you think you can tell me on the subject anyway. 

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