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coracle
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NarniaWeb's Auntie Moderator

Yum!

 Sorbet, fresh from the freezer, containing fresh stone fruit grown on a farm two hundred miles away?

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Posted : October 24, 2020 1:48 am
Wunderkind_Lucy
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Yum!!!

Insanely spicy chicken wings?


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Posted : October 24, 2020 8:48 am
ValiantArcher
(@valiantarcher)
BC Head and G&B Mod Moderator

Yuck.

Beef stroganoff?

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Some days you just make soup.

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Posted : October 24, 2020 9:20 am
Courtenay
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NarniaWeb Guru Friend of NarniaWeb

Ooh yum. (Sorry, I made a comment about adding sliced banana and then discovered it was one of those cases where I hadn't replied to the last post in the thread... I do love beef stroganoff, but NOT with bananas. Shocked )

Natural (i.e. unsweetened) yoghurt?

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Posted : October 24, 2020 11:09 am
waggawerewolf27
(@waggawerewolf27)
NarniaWeb Zealot

Yum. Not necessarily on its own such as for medical reasons, but as an ingredient for something else, an alternative for thick cream or by adding one's own choice of fruit eg passionfruit pulp, berries, bananas or peaches. 

Potato & bacon bake?

 

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Posted : October 24, 2020 5:55 pm
SnowAngel
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Maiden of Monday Madness Moderator

Yuck! Not a fan of bacon.

Chicken pot pie?


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Posted : October 26, 2020 11:23 am
ValiantArcher
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BC Head and G&B Mod Moderator

Yum!

Shepherd's Pie?

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Some days you just make soup.

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Posted : October 27, 2020 7:23 pm
Courtenay
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Yum!

Fish pie? (English style with mashed potato on top, that is)

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Posted : October 28, 2020 8:31 am
johobbit
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SO mod; WC captain Moderator

I have never tried Fish pie, but it sounds interesting. And, moreover, I would be will to taste it! Giggle So, I'm thinking YUM!

Brussels Sprouts, raw or cooked?

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Posted : October 28, 2020 9:48 am
SnowAngel
(@snowangel)
Maiden of Monday Madness Moderator

They're not bad cooked, so a small yum! Giggle  

Corn muffins?


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Posted : October 28, 2020 11:38 am
waggawerewolf27
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NarniaWeb Zealot

Yum, I think. They sound nice, anyway.

 

Black pudding? Something available in England to go with fish & chips

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Posted : October 28, 2020 3:11 pm
SnowAngel
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Maiden of Monday Madness Moderator

Yuck!

Buttermilk doughnuts? 


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Posted : October 31, 2020 12:50 pm
ValiantArcher
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BC Head and G&B Mod Moderator

I haven't had them, but yum, I think.

Chocolate silk pie?

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Some days you just make soup.

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Posted : November 7, 2020 2:58 pm
SnowAngel
(@snowangel)
Maiden of Monday Madness Moderator

Yum!

Dill pickles?


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Posted : November 9, 2020 11:32 am
waggawerewolf27
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NarniaWeb Zealot

Yum! Actually I do like dill pickles or any other pickles. They are great on hors d'oevres, with cheese cubes, antipasto-style meats & olives.  But what else do we eat them with?

Dijon mustard

 

 

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