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    Quote Originally Posted by stranding

    Coffee? Yes, we have a huge pot, steaming, just made, come on in, you're very welcome :-)

    May I ask, what's in pancit? I see noodles, but what else?
    I'm there too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pidjengirl
    I just had strawberries and Jaffa cakes for brekkie. Not the usual bit very nice lol. Followed by a cuppa coffee.
    That's an unusual combination, Pidjengirl! Strawberries and chocolate with cream, or leave out the chocolate. Adding in tangy orange sounds a little too much for me! Lol

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    I was a Brixton Market this morning, buying plantain and cassava. I stopped at a new eco cafe for scrumptious apple strudel and coffee.

    I will post pics of the Market tomorrow morning.

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    Heres some coffee for those who doesn't mind a 3-1 coffee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown
    I was a Brixton Market this morning, buying plantain and cassava. I stopped at a new eco cafe for scrumptious apple strudel and coffee.

    I will post pics of the Market tomorrow morning.
    Is that Brixton as in SE London? I grew up shopping for everything there. And had a holiday job in what was Morley's department store, selling skirts in the sale. That's probably long gone now, but haven't been back for years.

    We took the bus or mainline train from Herne Hill where we lived. The Brixton underground station didn't exist till later.

    It was a thriving market then & sounds like it still is. Would be very interested to see your photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quake5254
    Heres some coffee for those who doesn't mind a 3-1 coffee.
    Ho, thank you quake! With the ipad open at the right page! It's nearly one of those photos which has the mini- photo in it and then another mini in that and ...you know what I mean? But the photo of the photo wasn't posted then...too complicated for me!
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    I get the idea and wondering how I could do that before posting. That would double everything even the posting. Hmmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stranding

    Is that Brixton as in SE London? I grew up shopping for everything there. And had a holiday job in what was Morley's department store, selling skirts in the sale. That's probably long gone now, but haven't been back for years.

    We took the bus or mainline train from Herne Hill where we lived. The Brixton underground station didn't exist till later.

    It was a thriving market then & sounds like it still is. Would be very interested to see your photos.
    Yes that's the place, Stranding.

    We take the same stopping train, but from Bromley South. I love the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    Why thank you, Stranding!! A nice hot coffee sounds fitting right now!!

    There are various ways to make Pancit...starting with the thickness of the noodles. You can use the Cantonese style Nooldes or the Rice Vermicelli which is thin. We add carrots, cabbage, onion, garlic, any meat (pork /chicken/Chinese sausage), slices of egg and green onion to top the dish. It's really good. Pancit is readily made for family gatherings or celebrations since it is so popular and also very good!
    Thanks for that Ski. Sounds like it's a glorious all-in noodle mix! Just my cup of tea, sort of:-). Would you make it in a wok?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stranding

    Thanks for that Ski. Sounds like it's a glorious all-in noodle mix! Just my cup of tea, sort of :-) would you make it in a wok?
    Our elders say Pancit for birthdays because of the long noodle strands. They say long noodle means long life. I'm just wondering why they cut it once it's on their plate. So that it's easier to chew? Short life then.


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