Ratatouille wrote:n my case if was razor clams
Seatallan wrote: I've only ever had razor clams once.
Gruney wrote:Seatallan wrote: I've only ever had razor clams once.
Same here - I had them as part of a seafood medley, in a quite unprepossessing restaurant I've been to several times on Skye. The restaurant is called "Creelers".
Ratatouille wrote:Years since I had a clootie dumpling Suffs.
cyprusmoira wrote:Back from Pissouri where some half term holiday makers were in sleeveless tops and shorts, I know that the sun was shining but it was only 11 C Moira
earthmaiden wrote:In the days before sun was bad for you, I had a friend who was always beautifully tanned in the summer. She had the kind of skin that tans easily but the minute the sun came out in spring she would bare herself to it when I was still in winter woolies. That was the secret
PurpleLuv wrote:Are we still on for dinner in London Tuesday?
PurpleLuv wrote:Really glad you are coming too Aero I'll make a little post tommorow about an informal meet & check out google maps for a meet location.x
Zosherooney wrote:Rats, I buy a large bunch, chop it and freeze it flat-ish. You can then break off what you need. I know it's not quite as good as fresh but it's better than not having any at all.
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