earthmaiden wrote:Do you think it would travel well? I will see if there is any anyway!
Zosherooney wrote:That'll be a twitcher then Moira !
Seatallan wrote:I'm a birder like Patsy's daughter (and only a very amateur one, though I really must start a proper patch list).
StokeySue wrote:I had my licence plates stolen...
... In UK you now need the car registration document to buy a replacement plate
Zosherooney wrote: bought myself some tyrosets for my throat, was told not to suck them, not sure where I should be putting them ????
aero280 wrote:This is not actually enforced. When I got an "advisory" on my car in November from the MOT test, stating that my plastic number plates were delaminating and would probably fail the test next year, I bought a new set of pressed steel plates from a supplier on eBay. No documentation was needed. I just sent the money.The plates conform to the law in all respects. Approved type font and spacing. Reflective. And they carry the suppliers identification. I paid by PayPal, so no real audit trail in place of an ID.
StokeySue wrote:Anyone watched Paul Hollywood's City Bakes Nicosia episode
cyprusmoira wrote:When was it on ? I had not realised that he had visited Nicosia. I know that cake as Rivani, it usually has a split almond on each portion. Did he make any of the Easter breads? such as flaounes.
Zosherooney wrote:There were a few pots of french tarragon on the market but they were small, maybe good to send thru the post, he did not have many but I did say that a fiend might be calling by to look....
StokeySue wrote:He didn't do any of the special occasion stuff, he watched someone make filo, he did a lot about village bread, and a whole section on pitta
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