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Today at 11:50:27 by Deb P
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I'd just had lunch and left the plate by my side, and carried on reading my book. Vic was asleep in the corner, and when I looked over, he was blissfully asleep....on the plate!
This answers the question can you fit a large ginger tabby cat into an Art Deco fruit bowl.....Max was fast asleep and didn't wake up for hours!
Oy Archie, caught you! That is not a suitable place to do that thank you....
Yesterday at 21:18:23 by Borlotti
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Made some soup tonight, gave courgettes away and had some left so made soup, which is OK, but very tasteless. I used pots, runner beans few peas (which I grew). Fried onions, garlic. Added a few spring onions left over in the fridge, vegetable stock, tablespoon of basil, oregano and chives. Simmered it and blended it but it is very bland, not unpleasant, I really need to add something else and boil it up again. Any ideas. I have cream and cheese but don't really think that would help. Maybe some spinach. HELP PLEASE ALL YOU CLEVER COOKS. I have more courgettes, many more I could add. Anyway I suppose it should be healthy, even if it doesn't taste too good. ???
Yesterday at 20:11:55 by Deb P
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Went to my mum's local garden centre today, only to find they were having a massive sell off of plants! Could not resist some packs of strawberries, 6 plants were £1 a pack so bought 18 plants for £3! (Original prices were £7.99 a pack!)
The plants are healthy and have lovely deep pink flowers, the variety is "Toscana" which seems to be an 'everbearing' type, but most sites who mention it seem to recommend it as a container/ hanging basket type, but I had planned to plant them on my lottie.
Has anyone grown this variety like this, or have any comments about the flavour of the fruits?
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