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Display Name: sharon from scotland
Member Since: 11/27/13

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Just back from shopping..................6 limes for £1.50............from Persia (?)

Have You Noticed That Limes Are Suddenly Crazy Expensive? Ingredient Intelligence
4/11/14 03:49 PM

Oh my!
limes are a staple in my house, I get a net of 5 limes for £1.20 or so, or 30p each in Tesco...........not sure what that is in $, but wayyyyyy cheaper than what you have to pay.

Have You Noticed That Limes Are Suddenly Crazy Expensive? Ingredient Intelligence
4/11/14 12:29 PM

This isn't what you want to hear, but I'm doing "meatless March" forgetting to defrost is not a problem, you just get more creative with the rest of the meal. Having said that I am sooooo looking forward to some roast lamb in April!

Cure My Cooking Problem! I Forget to Take Meat Out of the Freezer to Thaw! The Cooking Cure Spring 2014
3/22/14 07:50 AM

I don't own a dog, but I regularly look after a grande dame of a pure bred whippet, nearly 15, doesn't suffer fools and loves me!

I do feel blessed Miami Elaine, like when a child takes your hand

Top 10 Reasons Why Dogs Are Totally Worth It
3/8/14 08:54 AM

Vesta beef curry and chow mein. It was all dried, you added water and you got to fry the crunchy noodles for the chow mum cooked from scratch for most meals and we had wonderful food, (West Indian house.....fried chickien, rice and peas, as well as spag bol etc), but the excitement from me and my 4 brothers and sisters when the Vesta box came out.....................simple pleasures!

10 Recipes That Defined the 1970s Recipes of the Decade
2/26/14 02:53 PM

is it still beautiful?........yes, did it take skill to create?...........yes

I'd have it on my wall

Guggenheim's Léger Painting Proved a Fake Design News
2/13/14 02:13 PM

beef and barley stew for today and phesant with pears, apples, white wine and cream for tomorrow......................lovely!

What's Cooking This Weekend? Weekend of February 8-9, 2014
2/8/14 08:22 AM

This is slighlty off the track, but why don't you see many Black American women with cropped hair, she looks fantastic.
I'm of West Indian descent and have only ever had really short hair, getting a number 2 clipper cut always makes me feel perky!

Oakland Chef Tanya Holland's 5 Essentials for Home Cooks Expert Essentials
2/6/14 02:05 PM

Dear Lord, 23,000 square feet!, after seeing so many fantastic 600, 700, 800 square feet homes on this site, this can only be unholy indulgence

Bob Hope's Modernist Home For Sale Design News
2/6/14 01:46 PM

just me and a small dog, nothing this weekend, but planning to make red cabbage with red onions, apples, brown sugar and spice. Also Lorraine soup and brussel sprout soup. I'm having crab with baked potato and winter slaw on Christmas Day.

Happy Christmas from the Highlands of Scotland

What's Cooking This Weekend? Weekend of December 21-22, 2013
12/22/13 07:19 PM

years ago when I shared a bedroom with my 2 sisters we would kick the end of the bed to see if the pillow cases were full. This was usually 3 o'clock in the morning, so there was lots of excited whispering and giggling. We would dig down to the bottom of the pillowcase to find the coxes orange pippen apples, hazelnuts and chocolate money, then when we heard movement from my parents bedroom we would pull our presents downstairs.
We would open pillow case presents and under the tree presents in with our brothers and parents before breakfast.

Nowadays,we open one present in the morning, (usually requested by me) with the rest, taking it in turns, after lunch/dinner.................I swear I could live until I was 101 and I'd still get sooooooo excited about opening up a present

Idea Exchange: What's Your Christmas Present Opening Tradition?
12/21/13 09:56 AM

Scambled eggs with smoked salmon and Buck's Fizz for Christmas Day breakfast, even when I am by myself..................light and delicious

My Family's New Tradition: Small Plates on Christmas Eve
12/15/13 03:05 PM