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Happy Pi Day

Discussion in 'Mouse on the Move' started by Skywatcher, Mar 14, 2010.

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    wicked pi pie!




    leeks, mmmmmm yum yum i love them.....


    especially in cheese sauce! :yes:
     
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    I don't remember you offering to do any of the cooking Mick:nono:
     
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    excuse me i started the first bbq :taunt::taunt::taunt:
     
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    Did you hunt mammoth too?
     
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    dont be silly :slap: there wasnt any round those parts :lol:

    lost your soh have we :taunt:
     
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    nope alive and well thank you very much:yes:
     
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    didnt know thats what they taste like....dawns right, i rarely eat veg, just dont like it
     
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    well i was joking brit the SB was nice, as was all the food thats ever been cook at camping meets ive been to :D
     
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    I know you were, I think you'll find that Scabby cooked the Spag bol ;)
     
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    oh well memory not good as usual :lol:
     
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    Well, I guess I've never really considered leeks a vegetable! :lol: Sure, they are but I think of them more as a flavoring, again like an onion or garlic.

    But onions can be a nice vegetable dish too.

    So you never eat any vegetable, Mick? :unsure: What do you eat then?
     
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    roasted whole onion Tink, oh and onion cakes.

    yorkshire pudding batter but a little runnier, mix in chopped onions and bake in cake cases. lovely. i haven't made them in years but i just remembered them!
     
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    i do eat them now and then, but i have to be in the mood for them...obviously potatoes, greens[light & dark]very rare, brussels, broccoli, of course onions, mainly raw or fried cant think of any others mainly coz i dont eat any others :lol:
     
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    Well then you'd like leeks. :yes: They are much, much milder than onioins, so if you eat onions it's a shoe in! :D

    You don't like tomatoes or corn or squash or fava beans or asparagus or peppers or anything else? :unsure:
     
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    ok next time den or lauren cooks a dish with leeks in i'll try it :)

    oh yeah forgot tomatoes, lettuce, spring onions in the summer for a salad with loads of salad cream mmmmmmmmm

    cant think of anything else
     
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    Now keep that nasty cream off and you've got a proper salad! :lol: I don't use dressing of any sort on my salad, as I like the taste of the vegetables, eh?
     
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    Thats the thing we Brits don't get in the US we are used to our veg being lightly steamed and thats about all , and we rarely use salad dressing
     
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    i couldnt eat a salad without half a bottle of salad cream on it then mop it up with some bread mmmmmm yummy :)
     
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    Ah, see? That's the way. :yes: Other than sprouts of course. :D Those need long term simmering in pots of butter. :D :D

    I like roasted vegetables very well, too.
     

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