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    FLKeysJen
    Tue Aug 21, 2012 7:40 am
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    The Om Nom Nommers wasted no time planning our all-expense paid trip to England! I was the one who suggested that the group choose celebrity chef Jon Ashton to be our tour guide. I took some Chinese cooking classes with him in Orlando 10 years ago. At first it does sound odd for a chef to be taking classes, but that’s how Jon is – always expanding his knowledge. He wanted to learn more about the ingredients and techniques from a native Chinese cook.

    Jon graduated from St. Helens College in the U.K., and worked at notable English restaurants including the Derby Lodge Hotel and the Kirkfield Hotel in Newton Le-Willows. For our trip, he wanted to take us to his hometown of Liverpool.

    The others on the team thought I made the perfect choice.

    Because he’s nice to look at!


    And so much fun!


    We all met up at the John Lennon Airport in Liverpool:


    It was so great to meet everyone, and we got to know each other as we waited for all the planes. Charmie777 came from Southern California, Mikekey and CJAY from Washington State. Then there was ElleFirebrand flying in from Lincoln, Nebraska; AlainaF from Atlanta; Random Rachel from Louisiana; JackieOhNo! from Mid Hudson Valley, NY; Jostlori from Costa Rica; and of course, me from Florida.

    Since our trip was sponsored by Food.com, we spared no expense and took a helicopter ride to our hotel:


    Here's a shot of the Leasowe Castle, where we stayed all week:


    AlainaF was in heaven. She couldn’t stop talking about music. Besides being the birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool boasts bands including Billy Fury, A Flock of Seagulls, Echo and the Bunnymen, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Frankie Vaughan and more recently Ladytron, The Zutons, Atomic Kitten and Heidi Range.

    Finally, she convinced us all to take the Magical Mystery Bus tour:


    We got to see all of the Liverpool spots significant to the Beatles, including the childhood homes where John, Paul, George and Ringo grew up, as well as familiarly-named spots like Penny Lane and Strawberry Field. This is just a random nice guy that we met on the tour:


    We ended up at the Cavern Club, the Mathew Street venue where the Beatles were originally discovered. Chef Jon joined CJAY, JostLori, AlainaF and of course me for a few pints, and AlainaF planned out what bands we’d see all week.


    The next few days were a whirlwind tour of art galleries, museums, and cathedrals. For getting about town, we all crammed in the Rolls Royce provided by Food.com:


    Because he was Captain of our team on the Zaar World Tour, MikeKey thought he should always get to sit up front. We ended up taking turns. Random Rachel, AlainaF and Chef Jon always wanted to sit together so they could talk about their little kids.

    We all had so much fun that we forgot to take many pictures. After the Zaar World Tour, we needed a vacation from our cameras. We had taken so many food pictures in the last couple months!

    I did get a photo of one of my favorite spots, the Liverpool Cathedral:


    One of my favorite afternoons was when we walked around the Port of Liverpool. The people, colors and attitude were so much different than Miami. Being here made us all feel like we’re a part of history.


    Chef Jon was such a good tour guide! We dined in phenomenal international restaurants since our expenses were all paid. The Indian food was my favorite.

    At the end of the week, we decided to treat Chef Jon to a homemade farewell meal. It would be an indoor tea in his giant suite at the Leasowe. CJAY and JackieOhNo! ended up doing most of the cooking (no big shocker). Here is the menu that cookbook guru JackieOhNo! put together:

    Lovely Day for a Picnic in Liverpool
    Blueberry Lemonade with Lemon Verbena and Ginger
    Watercress and Cheese Tartlets
    Baked Scotch Eggs
    Hannah’s Cucumber Tea Sandwiches
    Lemon Tea Cookies

    It turned out to be a sunny day…finally, after a whole week of gray skies. Always ready to keep the group organized, Charmie777 took the initiative to pack everything up into an outdoor picnic:



    Even though the skies were sunny, JostLori and I were absolutely freezing, as we had been all week. We will always be grateful to CJAY and Mikekey, for sharing their jackets, scarves and hats. We were looking forward to getting back to our tropical climates.

    At the picnic, Mikekey presented Chef Jon with a homemade miniature rock garden, as a thank you on behalf of the group. We were all so sad to leave. Getting to know each other in person was so much better than online. After this week, The Om Nom Nommers are friends for life.

    The recipe I made for this challenge is Hannah's Cucumber Tea Sandwiches #452653 by Lavender Lynn. I chose to make this recipe because these tea sandwiches remind me of a fantastic tea room where my friend and I used to go to in Maitland, Florida. Unfortunately it closed a few years ago. Crunchy, cold English cucumbers are so refreshing on a hot summer day!

    Dienia B.
    Wed Aug 22, 2012 11:34 am
    Food.com Groupie


    Read more at: http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=378017&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0&oc=linkback
    menu 389611 89611 FOR STARTER WE ARE HAVING Buckingham Palace Cream of Pea Soup 482424 FLKEYS JAN
    split pea soup has been eaten for centuries in england and this is a little fancier by coming the way of the palace
    drinks are Wimbledon Pitcher 429618 by allie
    pim is english hooch and citrus fruits are traditional
    fish course is Roasted Salmon With Root
    Vegetables
    411899 azpazch this is salmon and with most of the traditional veggies robert irvine has made many versions of salmon so he would make this
    main course
    Magic Prime Rib Recipe 126865 potpie or Venison Meatballs in Wine Sauce 426091 dienia b
    venison is traditional for english cooking on roast beef is THE english dish and robert irvine does cook it and he loves working with ground venison so both these recipes would be down his alley
    Mashed Potatoes Twice-Baked 291036 hokies mom potatoes mashed up are another must have i have seen were mashed potatoes are one of his favorites
    dessert
    Pear Tart With Almond Shortbread Crust 463010 by dienia b with Traditional Irish Coffee 477446 tarts are widelymade and followed up with irish coffee what a way to go he makes many apple tarts so a pear tart is within his scope


    i have made and reviewed Mashed Potatoes Twice-Baked 291036 hokies mom
    hokie is doing a menu but here is mine celebrity chef challange 2 89611


    Last edited by Dienia B. on Fri Aug 24, 2012 6:42 pm, edited 2 times in total
    ~Leslie~
    Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:51 pm
    Forum Host
    Wow FLKeysJen, the Nom Nommers sure had an amazing trip with Jon Ashton icon_biggrin.gif I agree, he's sure nice to look at icon_wink.gif

    I loved reading about Liverpool and the Castles icon_cool.gif
    momaphet
    Thu Aug 23, 2012 5:40 pm
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    The Wild Bunch were very excited to find out from their guide Northwest Gal that they would be taking a break from cooking and instead be touring around England with a couple of celebrity chefs. Who these chefs were was to be a big surprise! Gailanng guessed Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson, Smelly (Jessie) thought for sure it would be Gordon Ramsay and Nigel Slater.
    As Captain of the crew I, momaphet, wanted chefs most befitting our team's image and surprised them all by recruiting David Myers and Si King, better known as The Hairy Bikers!
    The rest of the Bunch weren't too sure about these guys but were willing to go along for the ride - as long as they didn't have to ride motorcycles. So KateW commandeered a tour bus (the girl has talents) and we were ready to go

    Now some groups touring England would want to see famous sights like the Tower of London or Stonehenge but not The Wild Bunch, all they wanted to do was pub hop. Before leaving London KateL insisted our first stop be at the pub named for her favorite literary character
    Everyone enjoyed their pints as she entertained us with readings from the Purloined Letter, and the Hounds of the Baskervilles aided by another pub patron

    Our next stop was at the Cheese Rollers in Cheltenham
    where as luck would have it there was a group out rolling that afternoon. The Bikers and Maryland Jim decided to get in on the action, Jim didn't fair too well and we're not quite sure how he lost his pants, but we finally knew the answer to that age old question - boxers or briefs!

    From Cheltenham we headed to Exeter where the Hairy Bikers had a special engagement the next day, we weren't sure where we'd be staying but PammyOwl found the perfect spot.
    After dinner she joined a group from the local Audubon Society and had a wonderful evening discussing Blue Tits and Grebes

    The next morning we couldn't find IngridH anywhere, it turned out she'd spent the morning in a local beauty salon getting "made over". She was determined to get on stage with The Hairy Bikers as they demonstrated dishes from their new cookbook "The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain". It turned out she didn't need to go blonde, all it took was one look at her knife skills and they had her prepping veggies front and center!


    The following day we were off to Bath at first we spent some time at the


    we were going to hang out there for a while but Jessie, Gailanng & Debbie R fell in with a rough crowd and I thought we had better get them out of there or they'd never make it back for the last round of ZWT 8.

    Maryland Jim had scoped out other parts of town and said he found just the right place for us to spend the evening. And he was right!

    We had a great time drinking beer and enjoying our final meal together in England made especially for us by our fabulous tour guides, the Hairy Bikers. Cheers!

    Part 2

    The Hairy Bikers Hang with The Wild Bunch #89594
    "The Hairy Bikers' dishes fall easily into the categories of traditional and comfort food, this menu is a reflection of their style."


    Shandy
    Cucuumber Salad
    Guinness Braised Beef With Mushrooms
    Parsley, Garlic, & Scallion Mashed Potatoes
    Strawberry and Rhubarb Crumble

    I made and reviewed
    Shandy # 425399 by FloridaNative

    I chose to make this from our menu because everyone enjoys a good pint and with all the traveling we did I wanted to keep it light and refreshing!
    ~Leslie~
    Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:56 pm
    Forum Host
    Thanks Momaphet, I loved reading all about the Wild Bunch and your fun Pub Crawling with the Hairy Bikers.

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    K9 Owned
    Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:56 pm
    Forum Host


    My British relatives are largely embarrassing. My favourite cousin is both large and most definitely embarrassing, but when the Bistro Babes were awarded a tidy sum to travel to the UK I knew just what I wanted us to do. I rang up my cousin Clarissa, you may know of her as part of the 'Two Fat Ladies' duo and told her that I wanted to show my Bistro Babe chums my favourite city in England - Bath. Cousin Clarissa was thrilled and said that Jennifer would not want to be left out. They were going to meet us at Heathrow airport and would arrange all of the transportation and hotels for us.

    I got off the phone and then started to second guess myself. How would my chums get along with these two old birds who dressed like bag ladies, smoked, drank, were not fans of vegetarian diets and were the two most politically in-correct people you were likely to meet? I decided that it would probably be ok.

    Fast forward to Heathrow only because you do not want to know how long it took Deantini to get her multiple luggage pieces through security at Toronto's Pearson airport. They were not at all happy about the set of knives she had packed either.
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    It took some eyelash batting and a long explanation that she doesn't travel without the tools of her trade for them to let her through. I swear she was flashing some cleavage too but she vehemently denies that.

    We were met by cousin Clari who hustled us out to the awaiting vehicles. Our jaws dropped. How on earth were we going to get our luggage in those?
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    With some struggle and rearranging (not to mention less than kind looks directed my way) we were ready to start our journey. Bath is 120 miles west of London on the M4 motorway and despite some dodgy maneuvering through roundabouts we made good time. Jennifer had pulled some strings and had arranged for self-catering lodgings for us.
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    It appeared that the Two Fat Ladies were taking their tour guide roles quite seriously and were going to remain with us for the full 7 days! Moreover, they had already set up an itinerary. Compliance was assumed.
    It was suggested that we all rest for the remainder of the afternoon and as we were exhausted from the time spent traveling we immediately set about selecting our rooms and arranged to meet downstairs to go out for dinner.

    Hours later, refreshed and ready to go we were delighted to discover that we had been substantially upgraded in terms of transportation.
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    We were headed to one of Baths finest Pubs for a bit of magic.
    The Arms is best known for its beautifully prepared food and extensive wine list and excellent range of real ales. After a wonderful meal of traditional pub fare and multiple tastings of a variety of ales the 'magic' was to get ChelseaW to leave! She had started chatting with some people at the next table and discovered that two of them were Barristers. What followed was a very long and sometimes heated debate over the differences in British and US jurisprudence.
    Nancy's Pantry decided that she would pour oil on the waters and sashayed over to the table where ChelseaW was holding forth. One of the Barristers glanced up at her and the rest of us could see sparks fly. Untitled
    Within minutes our Nancy's Pantry managed to turn the conversation around. Every man at that table was enthralled by her Texas drawl. Personally, I thought 14 y'alls in 5 minutes over the top but heaven and Nancy's Pantry help us, we narrowly avoided an international incident!

    Once back at our lodgings Jennifer advised that we had better get to bed because the following day or two was going to be a tour of Bath. We trotted off like good little soldiers ready for our bed and relieved that we had several hours for our food to digest and the alcohol to dissipate.

    Bright and early - way too bloody early, we stumbled down to the kitchen to find a huge spread put on by The Two Fat Ladies. "eat up gels, we won't be stopping for lunch". We are becoming accustomed to compliance and ploughed through a meal that would surely have fed us for a week. We trooped outside to find our ride. Did these Two fat Ladies have issues with enclosed vehicles? With a collective sigh we mounted our trikes to head in to town.
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    Once our vehicles were parked we all set off on foot to see the Roman Baths
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    The Roman Baths complex is a site of great historical interest in Bath and is a well-preserved Roman site for public bathing. The Roman Baths themselves are below the modern street level. There are four main features: the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the Museum holding finds from Roman Bath. The buildings above street level date from the 19th century. It was awe inspiring to walk the same stones as had been walked on for over two thousand years.
    Our next stop was the Bath Abbey. In 675 AD, King Osric granted the Abbess Berta land near Bath for the establishment of a convent. The women's religious house later became a monastery under the patronage of the Bishop of Worcester. Passing through many hands over the years Bath Abbey is an architectural beauty and the last in a series of monastic churches built in Bath. The current building dates from 1499 and it is now an active parish church. Nancy's Pantry was blown away. "Can you just imagine the Pot Luck Church dinners I could organize here?"
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    After the Abbey we were told we were going to the circus. Bayhill got very excited. "I haven't been to a circus in years! I wonder if they will have bareback riders on horses? I was having a quiet chuckle as having been here many times I knew it wasn't a circus the way my team mates understood the term.
    UntitledDesigned by the architect John Wood the elder (1704-1754), he was to set a standard for building in Bath. He used quality materials on street frontages, set a scale for the city, and established the Palladian style in Bath. Consequently, Bath is unique, possessing a feeling of architectural conformity.
    Surprisingly, this town planning was based on historical fantasy. John Wood identified pre-Roman Bath as the seat of Apollo. He also thought nearby Stanton Drew had been a university for druids. These imaginative ideas were probably the basis for his finest work, the Circus, begun in 1754. Made up of three circular terraces of town houses. It is similar in style to a Roman Colosseum 'turned outside in'. However, the Colosseum in Rome is oval, this is round. It has been speculated that the Circus is a reconstruction of Stonehenge

    With aching feet we trekked back to our trikes to head home. Clarissa and Jennifer had managed to discover that sofie-a-toast was a pescatarian. Those gals were relentless going on and on about while fish may be fine what a dreary day it would be without a fine joint of meat and potatoes cooked in a good amount of shortening. sofie-a-toast was having none of it and promised that we (huh, how did she manage to make it we?) would make Clarissa and Jennifer a meal on our last day that would have a vegetarian dish that she swore they would swoon over. Rarely subtle, cousin Clarissa suggested that was likely to happen when hell froze over. Jennifer elected to keep a somewhat open mind while the rest of the Bistro Babes wondered just how sofie-a-toast was going to pull it off.
    Over the course of the next few days we visited Stonehenge (of course)
    Untitled and toured through the Cotswolds. Some of the prettiest country anywhere on this planet.
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    Bayhill wanted to go in to the pasture and ride one of the horses. We suggested that it might not be the best of ideas but she was adamant "I can ride any horse!" Untitled Untitled
    She proceeded to do just that. The farmer and owner of the horses was less than amused. We left rather quickly.

    As our vacation was drawing to a close we knew we had to put together a meal the Fat Ladies would long remember. Midwest Maven had learned to cook from her Grandma and Mum and was up for the challenge. Charlotte J wasn't the least concerned either having an online collection of over 1500 recipes to pull from. The rest of us decided that we would let the two of them set the menu and would pitch in with the actual cooking.
    We sat in the huge country kitchen chatting about dogs, kids, horses and food while Midwest Maven and Charlotte J went to work on a menu. Midwest Maven was in her glory telling Jennifer stories of how her Grandma taught her how to make biscuits at the age of three and how by the time she was 7 had taken over cooking for her family of 13. Jennifer, not to be outdone countered with stories of breaking in to her boarding school's kitchen and making Bouef Bourguignon for her classmates while the kitchen staff slept. The wine flowed and so did the incredible stories. Charlotte J was initially miffed at being stuck with the menu making but cheered up considerably when Clarissa asked her about her extensive collection of recipes. Within a short period of time Charlotte and Clarissa had made arrangements to write and publish a cookbook together. Those plans almost derailed over a heated discussion of whose name should come first. Charlotte J thought that hers should come first as not only were they going to be using her recipes but that her name was much shorter than Clarissa Dickson Wright and that the shorter name on top would be more esthetically pleasing. The rest of us left them to it and trundled off to bed to rest up for our last day and dinner party. Nancy insisted on inviting Mark Darcy to join us ' just to be hospitable don't you know. Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.

    The following day, bags packed and ready, (except for Deantini 's knives) we set about cooking
    After dinner The Two Fat Ladies congratulated us on the meal and in particular praised Sofie's Sauteed Brussels Sprouts With Walnuts They were astonished that anything so tasty could be made without the use of animal products but if the truth be told they both ate more than their fair share of the Stuffed Leg Of Lamb. icon_wink.gif

    Cousin Clarissa and Jennifer were not traveling to London with us as they had a television show in Glasgow to film They did however ensure that we had comfortable travel arrangements back to the airport. Our last view of our fabulous lodgings and a vacation that we would never forget were the Two Fat Ladies seeing us off.
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    ~The End~

    Bisto Babes Celebrity Chef Challenge Menu
    Super Easy Roasted Red Potatoes #202181 by Mommy Diva made and reviewed.
    Why? What is more British than roasted potatoes?
    mersaydees
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 3:32 pm
    Food.com Groupie

    ZWT8 team, Diners, Winers, and Chives won the grand prize for earning the most points during the tour -- a week’s vacation to Great Britain! This is the biggest prize ever offered for a contest and is due to the success that food.com has enjoyed since making the site free to all members. Our team was allowed to pick any celebrity chef from Great Britain to guide us on our tour and Lainey6605 suggested Jamie Oliver. When asked why, she said because he looks and sounds adorable and he’s so passionate about sharing with others and educating the world about the delicious and flavorful cuisine of his homeland, Great Britain. The team couldn’t agree more!
    Jamie wanted us to start our tour on the first day in Scotland, learning about the history of the kilt. He took us to Crawford and Son – Kiltmakers located in Glasgow for a private tour of the fourth generation family business established in 1897. There, we learned all things about kilts in terms of fashion and military uses. Photobucket Toward the end of the tour, threeovens couldn’t help but ask the proprietor, “Just what do men wear under the kilt?” to which he replied, “Madame, nothing is worn, everything is in perfect working order.” Red-faced, the team refrained from asking further questions. icon_redface.gif
    The next day, Jamie suggested a visit to Caerlaverock Castle in Dumfries, Scotland, Photobucket an unusually shaped castle built in 1290. It held a Scottish garrison. Celticevergreen claims his ancestors were among those that assisted in its repairs sometime before 1370, when it was besieged by the English.
    As the week quickly progressed, Jamie took us to more and more unusual places off the beaten paths.
    Photobucket One such place was Bryn Celli Ddu, a combination of burial chamber and henge with standing stones in Anglesey, Wales, said to be constructed in the Neolithic era (about 2000 BC). Marcasite Queen managed to steal a bit of stone that had chipped off for a future jewelry project souvenir.
    Jamie took us to Hore Abbey in Tipperary, Ireland. Photobucket mersaydees asked Jamie, “Is that like an oxy-moron?”, to which Pesto lover poked her with her elbow and whispered in her hear, “It’s spelled *H*O*R*E*.” icon_eek.gif icon_rolleyes.gif
    We enjoyed a visit to the Isle of Wight in England in time for his favorite annual music festival . Photobucket Bonnie G #2 and AlaskaPam got to get up onstage and rock with Boy George! Photobucket
    We ended the tour at a favorite restaurant of Jamie’s near the festival and enjoyed a special menu prepared especially for us by Jamie Oliver: ZWT8 Diners, Winers, and Chives Team Tour with Jamie Oliver!.
    Boomette bellied up to the bar and was the first to get her Kilt Lifter (Cocktail)! After our Mushroom Puff Pasties appetizers, we enjoyed a bowl of Isle of Wight Stilton Soup as a first course. We enjoyed Guinness Braised Beef With Mushrooms, and Roasted Potatoes, Parsnips and Carrots, and finished with Minted Apple Fool and another round or two of Kilt Lifter (Cocktail)! icon_lol.gif
    We all decided, what happens in the Isle of Wight, stays in the Isle of Wight! Jamie couldn’t agree more. He wished us many more happy meals together. Photobucket
    Cheerio!
    ~Leslie~
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:02 pm
    Forum Host
    Bistro Babes, I loved reading about your adventures in Bath - looks like an awesome and hilarious time was had! icon_biggrin.gif

    **Noting that the review has been submitted 2x by K9 and will not stick for her. She is posting in CC about it.
    ~Leslie~
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:08 pm
    Forum Host
    Diners, I loved reading about your adventures with Jamie, and I agree, he is adorable.

    I was rotfl.gif at the kilt question!

    I do see your team menu, but I don't see a specific recipe posted that was made for this challenge yet?
    mersaydees
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:15 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    ~Leslie~ wrote:
    Diners, I loved reading about your adventures with Jamie, and I agree, he is adorable.

    I was rotfl.gif at the kilt question!

    I do see your team menu, but I don't see a specific recipe posted that was made for this challenge yet?


    Hi Leslie,

    I made Breezer's Isle of Wight Stilton Soup #473972. The photo of the soup is near the end of my narrative.

    Glad you liked the kilt story! It's truly an answer -- I didn't make it up! Wish I had that genius! icon_smile.gif
    K9 Owned
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:27 pm
    Forum Host
    wave.gif
    I posted the review yesterday BEFORE I uploaded the photo. I saw it wasn't there today and re-submitted the review - both times I got the notice that my review had been received and would be published shortly.

    Just before I typed this I saw that it had finally posted to the recipe. Whew!
    In the event it vanishes I do have the message notification in my personal email that it has been published with the date and time on it as proof if required.
    ~Leslie~
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:30 pm
    Forum Host
    mersaydees wrote:
    ~Leslie~ wrote:
    Diners, I loved reading about your adventures with Jamie, and I agree, he is adorable.

    I was rotfl.gif at the kilt question!

    I do see your team menu, but I don't see a specific recipe posted that was made for this challenge yet?


    Hi Leslie,

    I made Breezer's Isle of Wight Stilton Soup #473972. The photo of the soup is near the end of my narrative.

    Glad you liked the kilt story! It's truly an answer -- I didn't make it up! Wish I had that genius! icon_smile.gif


    Got it, thanks! icon_biggrin.gif
    ~Leslie~
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:35 pm
    Forum Host
    K9 Owned wrote:
    wave.gif
    I posted the review yesterday BEFORE I uploaded the photo. I saw it wasn't there today and re-submitted the review - both times I got the notice that my review had been received and would be published shortly.

    Just before I typed this I saw that it had finally posted to the recipe. Whew!
    In the event it vanishes I do have the message notification in my personal email that it has been published with the date and time on it as proof if required.


    Awesome! icon_cool.gif
    ~Leslie~
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:39 pm
    Forum Host
    Scorecard current to this point icon_biggrin.gif
    mersaydees
    Fri Aug 24, 2012 8:23 pm
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    ~Leslie~ wrote:
    Scorecard current to this point icon_biggrin.gif


    On the scorecard, my menu is # 89479, but you may have indicated something else like a recipe #? My computer is tired tonight, so it's difficult for me to check. Anyway, your scorecard is showing other than ZWT8 Diners, Winers, and Chives Team Tour with Jamie Oliver!. icon_smile.gif
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