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my humous isn't thick enough , how can I enjoy the News Quiz Podcast with such inferior pitta bread filling
i don't even live near a sainsburys local anymore
to fit a tablespoon in, even though the instructions tell you to put a tablespoonful on food.
i have to use the teaspoon-full three times!
it's okay - i am so middle-class i have a chrome set of measuring spoons, one of which measures a teaspoon and fits comfortably inside most jars. i win!
i reckon he eats it for about 1 in 5 meals. must be an expert.
cheaper (possibly) and nicer.
Plus you could recognise basil when you go on Masterchef.
i'm quite excited about what i can do with it.
spread it on hot wholegrain toast for extra crunch
pesto is great.
spinach pesto is awesome
artichoke pesto makes me feel ill
snow_brigade, sometime last year.
and having to pay 5p extra per bag.
In the UK, anyhow.
or maybe chorizo
I think organic parsnip has just entered the top 10 as well.
Organic parsnip is also the name of my racehorse.
the rules would be quite straightforward: if you use scallops as an ingredient, you will be thrown into a vat of hot oil.
Allotment grown organic veggies?
From a good butcher or people with land.
in the event of not being able to find a suitably sized coffee table?
(Also should the coffee table have a higher surface level than the footstool?)
i just can't reach the right level of smug self importance required to enjoy Sandy Toksvig & Co
so you have to use public transport for a few days, and you discover such wonderfully interesting characters on the local buses...
every time a black or asian child is on the bus she makes a point of saying how beautiful they are.
she just loves the fact that she is so multicultural
the sloppy humous started things poorly
and the lime cordial was the perfect strength