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    munchingmissy.wordpress.com Taking the boredom out of packed lunch | munchingmissy

    Http://www.cookuk.co.uk/soup_starter/Mushroom_soup.htm The cream is totally not needed, it’s thick enough and creamy enough without. It’s so easy though and takes no time at all! And is really tasty, especially with crusty bread dipped in I have to make that again soon… I’ve barely used my hand b... Read article

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    flickr.com French Onion Soup w/ Cheese French Bread | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    French Onion Soup w/ Cheese French Bread Had a bunch of left over onions so I made this from here: www.cookuk.co.uk/soup_starter/french-onion-soup-recipe.htm It's really good. Note: I used Grape Juice instead of Wine, it turned out quite tasty. Comments and faves keyboard shortcuts: Here's a link... Read article

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    charliebeth.blogspot.com CharlieBeth: The Soap Opera. "Oh heck.... pregnant again!": Wet weekend

    This is the first time I've let Tom get really hands on with the baking and he had a great time. Jack always loves baking. We've followed this: http://www.cookuk.co.uk/children/ginger_bread_men.htm and we have made yummy gingerbread. Jack's had a go at decorating some of them. He's done a Jack, a... Read article

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    loscuadernosdejulia.com Los Cuadernos de Julia: Russian Winter Visiting Manchester

    And speaking of borsch - if you are up to experimenting, try and cook it at home. I remember the lovely times of coming home from school and sitting down to my afternoon meal. Sometimes it would be borsch, and it is indeed fabulous to serve it in a soup bowl, with a spoon of sour cream. You mix s... Read article

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    blog.annamariamueller.de Daily Digest — December 2nd, 2011 | Amys Welt

    Shared Our Roast Beef Recipe - CookUK Recipes. RT @smashingmag: The Great Discontent: a fantastic journal focusing on creativity, risk, and And we all know what that means… no not Christmas… http://t.co/ae6TVFZG is back – http://t.co/fjdVHJw8 RT @FastCompany : Short-Term Thinking Is Our Biggest P... Read article

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    aphroditesworld.com Beef Archives | Aphrodite's WorldAphrodite's World

    I have yet to manage a recipe from either book in the allotted time but then I don’t chop my vegetables in advance or prepare my cooking equipment. If I did I think I would be a little closer to the mark – and not including cutting and chopping in the preparation time is nothing new in cookbooks,... Read article

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    cooking-club.livejournal.com The Unofficial Livejournal Cookbook - Irish Stew

    Anyone out there know a really good Irish stew or soup recipe? I want to make it for Christmas and surprise my Irish aunt with it. Read article

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    sarahhague.com St Bloggie de Riviere: Meatloaf on Trial

    Would that connect me to the rest of the world of economy gastronomists? Isn't that the point of this River malarky? I'm not sure I'm feeling brave enough to grapple with recalicrant river networks right now... maybe later... At the weekend I made the EG pumpkin risotto and that was tip top yummy... Read article

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    atypicalife.net Souper Sunday | One Mother of a Blog

    I have been slack about blogging lately, as I have been extremely busy at work. I was recently officially promoted to the job I have been doing in an acting position for the past four years. Now I have someone to train as well, to take over some of the responsibilities from my previous posit... Read article

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    forums.cooking.com Beef Olives - Cooking.com Forums

    I also like making a chili flavoured one Re: Beef Olives __________________ Re: Beef Olives __________________ Re: Beef Olives Posts: 2,303 __________________ ~~~~~~~~~~ They look like an olive.. Whent hey are rolled... they are very popular over here.. and in europe.. June your talking about... Read article

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    minimins.com Fragrant Chicken curry - MiniMins.com - Weight Loss Support Forum

    Posts: 1,079 Thanks: 109 Rep Power: 20 Diet: Slimming World Start Weight: 174lb Current Weight: 171lb Goal Weight: 145lb Statistics: My friend made this & it is really nice MetricImperial3 medium chicken breasts3 medium chicken breasts75 g red lentils3 oz red lentils30 ml mild curry powder2 table... Read article

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    whatdoiknow.typepad.com Summer's bounty, gone bad - Wednesday Food Blogging

    Could this be your rubbish? Was your mother fond of reminding you, as she frowned at your non-empty plate, about the starving children in Bangladesh? Or was it Africa/India/some third world country you wished you had the address of so you could mail the remains of your dinner...? Today's mom does... Read article

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    kimbofo.typepad.com A visit to Eastgate Bookshop, Warwick - Reading Matters

    Why I chose possibly the coldest day in February to go on a train journey to the Midlands I will never know. Despite being wrapped up in warm ankle boots, ski jacket, gloves and a woolly scarf, I froze half-to-death wandering around (the Disney-fied) Warwick Castle and Warwick town centre yesterd... Read article

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    cityunslicker.com Capitalists@Work: Econo-pie chat

    Econo-pie chat Contributors 9 Comments: Contact us Read article

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    poliphilo.livejournal.com Eroticdreambattle - And Continues...

    Since we've no running water in the kitchen I've been fetching it in a big plastic bottle from the bathroom- and only doing as much washing-up as is absolutely necessary. I made an excellent lamb curry for lunch yesterday. The BBC has been airing a set of programmes looking at the … Read article

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