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Main discussion / Re: What's Holyhead Like Right Now?
« Last post by Jean on Thursday 20 September 2018, 1245 »
Ooooh ... it all sounds delicious!

Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to eat such things at the moment ... [gloomy face]
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Main discussion / Re: What's Holyhead Like Right Now?
« Last post by that guy on Monday 17 September 2018, 1827 »
Some where stewed and eaten with ice cream that night, the rest are to be blackberry and apple pies with apples from the garden.

My dear wife made jam last year and I haven't eaten any of it since the "Thunder&Lightning" of last year
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Main discussion / Re: What's Holyhead Like Right Now?
« Last post by Jean on Sunday 16 September 2018, 0924 »
Are they going to be pies, puddings, jam ... ?
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Main discussion / Re: What's Holyhead Like Right Now?
« Last post by that guy on Saturday 15 September 2018, 1738 »
2lbs in 40 minutes
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Main discussion / Re: What's Holyhead Like Right Now?
« Last post by that guy on Thursday 13 September 2018, 1912 »
The blackberries this year are amazing.  It's one of the best seasons I have ever seen.  Large, firm and delicious.
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Leisure activities / Re: Llaingoch Horticultural Show 2018
« Last post by that guy on Tuesday 11 September 2018, 1814 »
The pictures all look very appealing - but what happened to the pea-pod on the left?

Cut open to allow you to see the perfection of the green fruit inside.

Really ... so not subjected to the attentions of any hungry mice, then ...

Hahaha the temptation not to test the various exhibits was nearly overwhelming
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Main discussion / Re: Llaingoch's Telly Bit And That
« Last post by Reenie on Sunday 09 September 2018, 1848 »
Salt of the earth, that boy.

We're currently revisiting Soldier Soldier. on season 4 of 7. It's a lot of fun watching an army prog with someone who's commenting on all the mistakes :)
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Main discussion / Re: Llaingoch's Telly Bit And That
« Last post by Jean on Sunday 09 September 2018, 1818 »
I think he was always a bit of a rake ...
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Leisure activities / Re: Llaingoch Horticultural Show 2018
« Last post by Jean on Sunday 09 September 2018, 1817 »
The pictures all look very appealing - but what happened to the pea-pod on the left?

Cut open to allow you to see the perfection of the green fruit inside.

Really ... so not subjected to the attentions of any hungry mice, then ...
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Main discussion / Re: Llaingoch's Telly Bit And That
« Last post by Baz on Sunday 09 September 2018, 1545 »
Are you still doing the allotment thing Rasc?

I think he may have lost the plot.
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