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Author Topic: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident

Offline TOTO 99

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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #20 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 13:40 »
That's another memory from childhood @Anne 2009 !! Yes of course, fruitcake with cheese!!  :clap:

I thought you were talking about Friends then.......I was about to say hang on a minute...... :giggle:

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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #21 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 13:55 »
Ooooo @Prof there's nowt better than Queso de cabra and a bit of manzana, almogrote too !

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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #22 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 13:59 »
There are quite a few FRUITCAKES on this thread..............if you don't mind me saying so :rofl: :rofl:


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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #23 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 14:01 »
There are quite a few FRUITCAKES on this thread..............if you don't mind me saying so :rofl: :rofl:

Only one Fruit though....... :giggle:

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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #24 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 14:04 »
Why don't you two get a room :giggle:

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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #25 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 14:10 »
Why don't you two get a room :giggle:

You wouldn't wish that on yer worst enemy!! :giggle:


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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #26 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 14:12 »
yeah I've always eaten cheese with apples. Bad example. Not the point at all.

 . . . and if you speak English there is nothing wrong with calling it a paella, why not? I

In which case you are obliged to pronounce it as if it rhymed with umbrella.   :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #27 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 17:23 »
I used to make a nice cheese pastry when making apple pies.
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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #28 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 20:16 »
What a load of old cack! If it tastes good, eat it.  :great:
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Re: Jamie Oliver sparks diplomatic incident
« Reply #29 on: Thu 6 Oct 2016, 23:10 »