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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayles66 View Post
    Very true! Read it my hubby. Hubby remembers sugar and butter on bread. Some of his mates used to eat lard on bread. I do remember eating fish and chips on newspaper in London.

    It's amazing what we consider normal nowadays. So much is taken for granted.

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    Loved it all Richard and so true.

    We've sure come a long way!

    I remember eating chips out of newspaper and they were the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leelai View Post
    Loved it all Richard and so true.

    We've sure come a long way!

    I remember eating chips out of newspaper and they were the best!
    Chips?! Luxury! We were so poor - "we used to have to drink out of a rolled up newspaper."

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    I remember in Prestwick we used to fight to see if the newspaper around the fish and chips had funnies. I don't remember the comics, but do remember the fun my sisters and I had

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    Quote Originally Posted by zstairlessone View Post
    I remember in Prestwick we used to fight to see if the newspaper around the fish and chips had funnies. I don't remember the comics, but do remember the fun my sisters and I had
    In the spirit of the thread, I'm not going to Google this. Instead I'll rely on memory. The newspaper in question was probably the Daily Record, and the funnies were Oor Wully and The Broons.

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    I thought the memory lane piece fascinating.

    My gran and maiden aunt boarded my brother and I when we were sent to England to go to boarding school. Our parents were working in Trinidad, BWI. I remember my aunt and gran had a walk in pantry with a slate shelf which kept food cool for longer. They didn't have a 'fridge.

    I too remember enjoying fish and chips, sometimes with a pea fritter, served up in newspaper. It tasted better than the later offerings in unprinted / blank sheets of "news"paper.

    I used to enjoy bread with butter and sugar.

    At one school, our "Elevensies" consisted of a big mug of cocoa and a thick slice of bread and dripping. Neither item was particularly palatable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown View Post
    I thought the memory lane piece fascinating.

    My gran and maiden aunt boarded my brother and I when we were sent to England to go to boarding school. Our parents were working in Trinidadian, BWI. I remember my aunt and gran had a walk in pantry with a slate shelf which kept food cool for longer. They didn't have a 'fridge.

    I too remember enjoying fish and chips, sometimes with a pea fritter, served up in newspaper. It tasted better than the later offerings in unprinted / blank sheets of "news"paper.

    I used to enjoy bread with butter and sugar.

    At one school, our "Elevensies" consisted of a big mug of cocoa and a thick slice of bread and dripping. Neither item was particularly palatable.

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    What an interesting memory of your childhood you have shared with us, Richard....all of it stirred up from the thought of food!

    Thanks for sharing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57 View Post

    How long is the process from fresh grapes to bottled wine?
    I'm not sure about the time but my mum was an amateur wine maker, all I can remember was the explosions from the cupboard under the stairs as her highly volatile brews would go off like a nuclear warhead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey View Post
    Just had a great bowl of Chili that my husband made us for dinner! Now having some green tea and a small piece of chocolate coated toffee for dessert!
    How I would love a bowl of chilli right now!!

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    I've got the soured cream!

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