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i see what you mean
His Mum and Dad are siblings.
Tesco Sunflower and Pumpkin
Tower above all others
Shrivel in their magnificence.
all of which will be from Fidel. Stuff your Nordic bread, the best is a proper home-baked farmhouse loaf. Poppyseeds if you're gonna go big
fetch me some horseradish, foppy. Let's go crazy.
Shame it goes rock solid and shit after about six hours.
Well yum and that
Is quite fun to hear different colleagues's pronunciations of it
like, foot on a spike long
so £1.33 for a salmon and avocado sushi wrap, which i like a lot
Despite war, pestilence and the advent of reality TV, good bread remains central to the cuisine of those northern European nations that can actually boast a cuisine. That it isn’t in Britain says a lot about the fate of our food culture.
Of course, in the last decade or so there has been a revival of artisan baking.
top classic bread
so had a meatball wrap from one of those upmarket rat burger places (street food!!!!). Literally got to the last mouthful before throwing it down my front.
With croutons AND two bread rolls.
And a packet of ready salted. And a coke. 7/10, solid lunch.
Spent most of the hour looking at people and wondering how often they washed their face.
Now I'm back here.
the best supermarket bread, better even than their instore bakery ones I reckon. Apart from that obviously would be one from a bakery, although it only last a day or so before going rock hard.