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    Zurie
    Fri Apr 19, 2013 2:34 am
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    Wow. What a gorgeous gallery of foods!!

    I should have been here -- in this thread -- more often, but currently, on holiday in our cottage in Stellenbosch, the Internet connection is pathetic. I did enquire, but there was a bad winter storm and apparently a mast close by has been damaged. Well, that's what they told me. May not even be the truth.

    So with the slooooow opening of pages it takes such a long time on this site that I only answer the latest posts, and those from our two newbies who often want a little help.

    Steve ... how many meals per day do you and your family eat?rotfl.gifrotfl.gifrotfl.gif

    (Says she -- the lazy one who bought our entire dinner last night from a supermarket food counter!!! icon_redface.gif icon_redface.gif May I add that their food is pretty good! icon_lol.gif )
    Debbwl
    Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:54 pm
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    Steve you are in rare form today icon_lol.gif

    Everything looks delicious! Beautiful crusting on the roast!

    What is branston pickle? Is it like a bread and butter pickle?


    wave.gif Zurie, besides fighting with computer how is your holiday?
    Zurie
    Sat Apr 20, 2013 2:43 am
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    Hi, Deb! I was smiling yesterday at Steve's "streaming video" of food photos, and wishing I had him as a free, living-in chef!! icon_lol.gif

    We haven't done much yet -- had 2 days of high winds and periods of torrential rains -- the kind you don't want to go out in, or drive in! Just relaxed in the cottage -- and don't take that seriously -- I do get cabin fever if cooped up!!

    Yesterday drove the 90 miles and visited my mom in her old age care home. Quite perky, but very frail and thin. Her heart has been weak for a long time, so ... future uncertain. Well, such a visit takes care of a full day. Ate out last night at a family restaurant which serves the best fish and seafood in town. I totally overate ... icon_redface.gif

    Last weekend was reserved for son and family. The smallies are growing up fast, and are such well-behaved little kids. I'm happy about that, as I cannot stand bratty behaviour. Son did a lovely braai.

    But he's extremely busy with his business, and the kids are in playschools, so we try not to bother them during the week. Anyway, there's so much to see and do for us, used to living in the dead quiet of the sticks!! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    Today is DH and son's usual "dad and son" lunch -- they discuss all kinds of things, and DH's plan to buy an Audi will def. be on the menu today. I plan to contact an old friend and try to meet up with her.

    Wow. I know I wasn't asked for an autobiography, but that's what you got!!

    Internet connection still bad here where we are.... icon_evil.gif
    Miss Fannie
    Sat Apr 20, 2013 4:19 am
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    I have a five year old Audi convertible. Your son will enjoy the Audi. The only problem with mine is it simply goes too fast. icon_lol.gif
    Zurie
    Sat Apr 20, 2013 12:46 pm
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    icon_lol.gif Miss Fannie, the Audi will be for us! Thereby hangs a tale ...

    Our year-old VW Passat has been giving serious problems, and DH is fed-up. It's of course still under guarantee. At the moment it is being fixed up by a VW dealership in a town 5 hrs away, and we have a rented car, a Chevy Cruze.

    Sorry, it's the autobiography again!! icon_redface.gif We made the mistake of buying a demonstration model with all the extras, at a low mileage. Now our son and my brother (both car enthusiasts) are laughing at us for being so stupid. The car obviously had slight faults ....
    Miss Fannie
    Sat Apr 20, 2013 12:56 pm
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    I don't think that was stupid, just unlucky.
    JoeV
    Sun Apr 21, 2013 7:59 am
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    Miss Fannie wrote:
    I don't think that was stupid, just unlucky.
    I agree. It's the luck of the draw with a vehicle, and I've had a couple of "Friday afternoon" vehicles in my day. As long as it is still covered, they will get it right. VW makes some excellent vehicles, and I don't think you made a poor choice. Tell the nay-sayers that they can second-guess you when they begin to make the payments on your behalf. That should quiet them up. icon_lol.gif
    Zurie
    Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:14 am
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    icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    Granted, VW makes nice cars these days. My brother has the (I think) flagship VW model, the CC. He thinks the world of it.

    But we won't trust that Passat again ... I'll see what happens this week, as we've been invited by an Audi dealer not far from here, to check out what they have.

    DH should get a good trade-in price on the Passat once it's fixed, as it's still under full guarantee. It's a good-looking car, actually to my eye far more stream-lined than the Audi DH fancies.
    AskCy
    Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:04 pm
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    ok food week time.....

    a quick and simple paella made for the baitbox, using leftover roast chicken


    playing about with a website that .. well you can see what it does


    shop bought pizza


    a very simple breakfast, but toasted "ends of the loaf" or "crusts" as we call them are one of lifes little bits of loveliness


    steak (sirloin)





    making potato cakes with cream cheese and chives in them !


    making perfect poached eggs using the boil in the shell for 30seconds first method


    and this mornings breakfast



    oh and my recipe for the potato cakes


    Steve
    AskCy
    Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:51 pm
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    Debs, Branston Pickle is a sort of chutney, its got root vegetables in, lots sweet and sharpness (imagine tamarind, vinegar, molasses sort of things).. normally used as a cold spread with cheese sandwiches, ploughmans lunches, maybe with cold boiled hams etc... but it works well hot with cheese... icon_smile.gif

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Branston_%28food%29
    AskCy
    Sun Apr 21, 2013 2:57 pm
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    tonights braised beef

    Debbwl
    Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:10 pm
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    Great photos Steve!!

    rotfl.gif yes I see what it does and must say you did a great job with it.
    The close up of you potato cakes rally have my mouth watering, love your recipe cards.

    Thanks for explaining Branston Pickle it sounds tasty.

    Oh now that braised beef looks like the prefect Sunday dinner with all those tasty little onions yummy.gif
    JoeV
    Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:04 pm
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    The perfect meal for a cold day like we had today Steve. Our middle daughter came over today and together with DW, made grilled chicken kabobs, oven roasted redskin potatoes and salad for our dinner. Very good! DW made some peanut butter cookies for dessert.

    Krissy & Mama made grilled chicken kabobs, oven roasted redskins and salad for dinner. All I had to do was enjoy it.


    JoeV
    Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:54 pm
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    Beef stir fry and vegetable fried rice.

    Debbwl
    Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:07 pm
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    Mmm that stir fry and rice have the beautiful colors of fall! Very pretty!

    It is 89F right now so a cool fall breeze and that lovely looking dinner would be very welcome.
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