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Published: Sat, 19 Nov 2016 22:12:50 +0000

Last Build Date: Sat, 19 Nov 2016 22:12:50 +0000

 



Re: My new food fad

Sat, 19 Nov 2016 22:12:50 +0000

I'll just leave this here...

http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/16988/sweet--crunchy-piccalilli.aspx?o_ln=SimRecipes_Photo_1&o_is=SimilarRecipes_ATF



Re: Nigel Farrage

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 20:12:54 +0000

Foul bigot ferrage is on radio 4 right now ignoring questions about his racist KKK supporting friends in fascist trump's gang.



Re: Rabbits in London?

Fri, 11 Nov 2016 10:08:18 +0000

[quote connie]Tom, the Civet de lievre recipe also includes the blood of the animal, no always easy to collect and mix in...
Every time my dad comes to the UK, he is amazed by the number of hares running around in the fields and he wanted to teach me how to catch them. No thank you...
I always see lots of them when I cycle on the Thames path, especially around Hampton Court Palace.[/quote]


Hampton Court! Need a passport to go that far, and they'll be country hares.
The last real London hares can be found at Wimbledon dog track, Plough Lane, on electric wires, being chased by greyhounds, but you'll have to be quick, that nice Mayor Khan has sanctioned closing it by March 2017, and turning it into a football stadium.



Re: Rabbits in London?

Thu, 10 Nov 2016 13:28:16 +0000

Tom, the Civet de lievre recipe also includes the blood of the animal, no always easy to collect and mix in...
Every time my dad comes to the UK, he is amazed by the number of hares running around in the fields and he wanted to teach me how to catch them. No thank you...
I always see lots of them when I cycle on the Thames path, especially around Hampton Court Palace.



Re: Nigel Farrage

Wed, 09 Nov 2016 16:18:11 +0000

Oh, OK I see, thanks for replying. I do think the A50 will be triggered in March 2017 and Brexit take place 2 years later at the latest though. It shouldn't drag on, but rushing into these things isn't wise either, in my opinion.



Re: Nigel Farrage

Wed, 09 Nov 2016 15:34:25 +0000

Because a Vote to leave is what majority voted for, whatever people voted for should be carried out before 2020. I wonder what will happen in US if Hilary Clinton's voters demand another election?



Re: Nigel Farrage

Wed, 09 Nov 2016 08:28:34 +0000

[quote Paramount]Congratulations USA. Gone with the wind and My fair lady springs to mind. A beautiful thing. Romance is back!! Amen Hallelujah[/quote]

I doubt any Americans will be reading this thread.



Re: Nigel Farrage

Wed, 09 Nov 2016 08:26:58 +0000

Congratulations USA. Gone with the wind and My fair lady springs to mind. A beautiful thing. Romance is back!! Amen Hallelujah



Re: Nigel Farrage

Tue, 08 Nov 2016 21:55:01 +0000

[url=http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/supreme-court-march-article-50-nigel-farage-bnp-edl_uk_5821bc2de4b0c2e24ab0ec18]Proud march[/url] that'll be with all this pondlife joining in.



Re: Nigel Farrage

Tue, 08 Nov 2016 16:28:28 +0000

[quote Jan the old one]We voted....we get what we voted for my old Mum used to say...obviously not in this case....wish I was fit enough to March.[/quote]

Sorry Jan, I'm not sure I understand, but what do you mean by "obviously not in this case"?



Re: Nigel Farrage

Tue, 08 Nov 2016 16:13:14 +0000

Thank you Jan. Much appreciated. You shall be with us in spirit. Well done!



Re: Nigel Farrage

Tue, 08 Nov 2016 11:56:04 +0000

We voted....we get what we voted for my old Mum used to say...obviously not in this case....wish I was fit enough to March.



Re: Nigel Farrage. December March

Tue, 08 Nov 2016 00:05:07 +0000

Join March to parliament square n Supreme Court. Brexit issue. 5th December probably



Re: Friday afternoon thread

Fri, 04 Nov 2016 13:16:38 +0000

Happy Friday!!!



Re: Rabbits in London?

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 17:27:57 +0000

Lapin en paquets....umm sounds right up my street....I only like hare when its been Jugged....( iPad kept putting in Mugged!) interesting thought!



Re: Rabbits in London?

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 16:43:26 +0000

[quote Tom Pepper][quote Jan the old one]No silly boy....pork with a bit of fat on! Seriously wonder if it was a pet and someone released it, which if it was the case is wicked. Perhaps it hitched a lift in a convenient lorry from Calais ...[/quote]

In which case it will be un lapin.
My French relatives often cook lapin en hure, which is with herbs and vegetables.
Also lapin en paquets, pieces of rabbit, deboned and wrapped in bacon, cooked with garlic.
Lapin is often cooked in Belgian cherry flavoured beer, it's called lapin à la kriek.
Don't confuse lapin with lièvre, (hare), that's often cooked with onions and shallots, called lièvre en civet.
Here endeth the French lesson.[/quote]

Tom, t'es fou!



Re: Rabbits in London?

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 09:02:22 +0000

[quote Jan the old one]No silly boy....pork with a bit of fat on! Seriously wonder if it was a pet and someone released it, which if it was the case is wicked. Perhaps it hitched a lift in a convenient lorry from Calais ...[/quote]

In which case it will be un lapin.
My French relatives often cook lapin en hure, which is with herbs and vegetables.
Also lapin en paquets, pieces of rabbit, deboned and wrapped in bacon, cooked with garlic.
Lapin is often cooked in Belgian cherry flavoured beer, it's called lapin à la kriek.
Don't confuse lapin with lièvre, (hare), that's often cooked with onions and shallots, called lièvre en civet.
Here endeth the French lesson.



Re: Rabbits in London?

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 21:22:31 +0000

No silly boy....pork with a bit of fat on! Seriously wonder if it was a pet and someone released it, which if it was the case is wicked. Perhaps it hitched a lift in a convenient lorry from Calais ...



Re: Rabbits in London?

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 10:13:16 +0000

As it doesn't appear to be the school pet I may check this out.
Rabbit goes well with Späetzle, or Spätzle, roasted baby carrots, and maybe a little herbed mash.



Rabbits in London?

Tue, 25 Oct 2016 15:44:25 +0000

As I was on my Sunday morning run I spotted a small brown rabbit hopping around on the Thames Path in front of The City of London School, it didn't seem particularly scared and after a moment hopped into the planters.

Sadly I didn't have a camera with me so have no proof, I know it was early but I wasn't hallucinating!

I've seen many things in London but never a rabbit, I thought maybe it was an escapee from the school, so I gave them a call, no they don't have any rabbits at the school.

I don't hold out much hope for it though as I've seen the peregrines in the vicinity and as for the foxes ....



Re: The media and politics

Mon, 24 Oct 2016 14:55:22 +0000

Now we export it....

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/the-jungle-calais-refugee-camp-tension-stoked-by-british-anarchists_uk_580ddf03e4b0f479c0d7381f?

These are the so called lefties, nooooooo they're really the old Anarchist lot, like the old Militant lot, the real lefties have left.

Similar tactics to the Democrat/black live matter kind of mob, disrupt at all costs.

Still, all the middle class home owning SE1 dwelling Corbynistas will be considerably richer after another two terms of Tory government. Did I mention the private health care of these jokers?



Re: The media and politics

Mon, 24 Oct 2016 14:27:05 +0000

http://www.hof.org.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=29226&d=1477318237



The media and politics

Sat, 22 Oct 2016 15:01:34 +0000

I've been thinking about this for a while, first they came for Farage, but I wasn't UKIP so I didn't care....

We see it now with Corbyn, it's really bugging me now, who do these people think they are?

I listen to a lot of talk radio, different stations yet all seem to sing from the same hymn sheet.
If someone dares to try and put Putin's position across they are closed down, if anyone tries to give examples of Western hypocrisy they are shut down.

Trump, no matter what you think of him, that election is being decided by the media.

Newspeak?



Re: My new food fad

Mon, 10 Oct 2016 19:47:14 +0000

I have been using fresh Turmeric root (thanks to Charlie's wife- green shop Blackfriars rd, where I'm now known as ....get this...Turmeric man!) and ginger and cinnamon sticks, powder's fine though, every vid I've watched, they use powder. I have to say though, there's powder and there's powder, you want less yellow and more golden. I got some powder from the local shop and it was bright yellow, got some organic stuff from Borough market and it's a different, more golden, colour. When dealing with the fresh root, one end is really orangey, the other bright yellow, when you buy the powder, you are getting one or the other.

God I need a life.



Re: My new food fad

Mon, 10 Oct 2016 12:19:11 +0000

Well, I shall give this a go- your recommendations have always worked for me.



Re: My new food fad

Sun, 09 Oct 2016 15:27:14 +0000

[quote Jan the old one]Anti immflamatory sounds good, will try this Boroughonian..thank you.[/quote]

The black pepper and some kind of fat are essential, I use coconut oil, for the body to absorb this Curcumin stuff. You might want to look into the capsules you can buy, you get a much bigger dosage than you would be able to eat. Apparently, they are a very good anti inflammatory.

As an aside, I was in Baldwins getting my Cinnamon sticks, and there was a lady having some kind of appointment with a herbalist, like a Drs appointment, and she, the herbalist, had a Dr look about her. All very interesting.



Re: My new food fad

Sun, 09 Oct 2016 08:04:07 +0000

Anti immflamatory sounds good, will try this Boroughonian..thank you.



Re: My new food fad

Thu, 06 Oct 2016 11:45:09 +0000

My newest new fad is this...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eVpy6reXkE

I am hopeful that this will deal with my SAD this winter, it gives you a lift.



Re: mayor of London

Sun, 02 Oct 2016 09:51:12 +0000

Sadiq is a dope, telling Londoners they should integrate with their neighbours...he says that we should diversify. Where I lived till last week there lived people from all over the world we all got on. Professional people..we got on...hard up people ..we got on. He seems to be intent on making various residents get the hump!



Re: New to the forum? Introduce yourself!

Tue, 13 Sep 2016 16:19:11 +0000

Hello everyone.. I have recently returned to the UK after almost 50 years of living in Australia and New Zealand. I was born in Guys Hospital and went to Alma School and then Deptford Park. It's good to be home. I currently live in West Sussex but have been back to Bermondsey a few times in the last few months. Surprised at how much still looks the same in some ways but different in others. Most notably Storks Rd being chopped in half. The half where my Grandparents lived gone altogether. The old Concorde pub is now apartments and the biscuit factory has gone.
Does anyone on this site recall a small electrical repair shop near the Russell Scott buildings called Soapy Jacks? Jack Fersht was the owner.