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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown
    Sausages! We usually sat Shashages when deciding on a menu in front of fa,ily.
    You say "Shashages", we say "Shoshages"....
    :-):-):-)
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    Split plies, not hairs.
    Shaun the sheep or M*A*S*H or Tangerine Dream or possibly Queen for King...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57
    Has anybody had Flapper Pie? My mother used to make it quite frequently.
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flapper_pie

    http://www.grouprecipes.com/46975/flapper-pie.html
    That's like our lemon meringue pie, Scifan. The lemon meringue has lemon which gives a lovely strong taste. Delicious, as I am certain the flapper pie is. Can it be served hot or cold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown

    That's like our lemon meringue pie, Scifan. The lemon meringue has lemon which gives a lovely strong taste. Delicious, as I am certain the flapper pie is. Can it be served hot or cold?

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    EDIT. I have just seen your post, Darkangelwitch. Great minds, etc..
    My Mother used to serve it cold.
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    Just tried M & M's brand scalloped potato for lunch. Impressive for store bought and frozen.
    Another sign I suppose of advancing decrepitude
    dulling the taste buds.

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    My mom dips her toast in egg yolk in the morning from the eggs she eats

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdmiralAdama View Post
    Just tried M & M's brand scalloped potato for lunch. Impressive for store bought and frozen.
    Another sign I suppose of advancing decrepitude
    dulling the taste buds.

    AA

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    Well, they do make chemicals and preservatives pretty tasty these days, lol.

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    I had lasagna, roast pork (lechon), fried breaded chicken breast with white sauce, chili cheese sticks with garlic mayo, mango cake, beef broth loaded with fatty beef meat but tasted wonderful, and other foods that I could hardly translate. Gad, I'm a walking time bomb right now. Please help me define cholesterol again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Rose The Hedgehog
    My mom dips her toast in egg yolk in the morning from the eggs she eats
    Ummmm doesn't everyone? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkangelwitch

    Ummmm doesn't everyone? LOL

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    Use to then.


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