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Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv
posted: 28.03.2009 22:06

I am very sorry Liz,I know they are your own teeth.





You paid for them
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 28.03.2009 21:45

Good morning all..haaa patrica do you need glasses .dont put the mockers on the poor dog ..looking like a irish man ..give me the dog anytime ..yes they are lovely dogs ..i think we are in for some rain also..a wee bit cooler in the morning ah but the days are nice ..its just after 7.30am now..so off to bed again haa old age kicking in ..love lizxxxx
Foot C. Ball

Location:
Other-Not Shown


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posted: 28.03.2009 16:54

That Sea of Green across the road are not dedicated followers of fashion - but rather dedicated followers of football - Ireland V. Bulgaria today.
Patricia





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posted: 28.03.2009 16:12

Hmmmmm. I looked at CAM 5 again, Mama may be or have some English Setter in her background, I\'ve seen that liver and white coloration there. She may have that, instead of Irish red gone gray. But Handsome Son looks like a true Irishman...I\'d steal him in a minute, if I could, and God would surely forgive me, he\'s so beautiful.

Bye!

P

Patricia





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posted: 28.03.2009 16:01

Beginning to rain here, that\'s too bad because the big Springtime Tallahassee parade started about an hour ago, and I am sure it\'s pouring on it. I\'m having a hard time believing this, but I read that there were 70,000 people in the parade...either I read it wrong or it was a missprint. I\'ll have to go back and re-read that, but it is a very large parade, and a big festival afterward.

Tonight is Celtic Woman night for us. We have a tornado watch in the Big Bend until 6 PM, which is about the time we will be starting out to go to Tallahassee for a light dinner before the show. Bummer. I hope we don\'t get blown away.

Hope y\'all are having a nice weekend.

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 28.03.2009 15:48

Ah, CAM 5 today, I lost my breath when I opened it up. There\'s the dog of my heart, my own true love of a dog, there\'s nothing more beautiful or redder, or silkier, or more graceful, intelligent, fun-loving, or companionable than a good Irish Setter. That looks like mother and son...poor Mama on the left has gone very gray, I\'ve seen many a gray muzzle, but I\'ve never seen so much gray on an Irish. She\'s lovely, still, the eyes haven\'t lost the sweet expression, that\'s one of the great beauties of the Setters.

I\'m sure it\'s wicked to say so, but I think God made a terrible mistake by not giving them a longer life span, 15 years is a very old Setter, you\'re going to lose it soon and spend the next 15 with a hole in your heart.

Thank you, Dennis Searle. Those are lovely dogs.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 28.03.2009 11:44

Good god i heard you where back..(why)..well sean does not need my teeth as when he grows his own they will be great just like mine yes i still got my own teeth so there now..im off to bed now good night god bless all.love lizxxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 28.03.2009 05:56

Lizzie I am back,so at 4 months Sean is cutting his first tooth well while he is waiting for the rest of them you could take yours out and lend them to him
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 28.03.2009 02:25

G\'day all.oh i was up early this morning i went back to bed ..it was nice ..its cooling a little here .but the days are lovely..thank god..oh yes mies martina is taking it easy ..she needes too..ill sit on her if i have too haa.but as you know thoes things take time..kids they worry us no matter what age ..sean is 4 months old today ..remember when we where waiting on him god bless him..he is now cutting his first tooth..all the dribbling ..haa oh but he is so good a big smile for everyone..off to a birthday dinner later its seans dads birthday ..love lizxxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 27.03.2009 19:58

Hi all...

Nice day here, really looking like Spring has sprung at last.

Annette enjoy your friends, I hope it didn\'t hurt when you collided with Pat... and Pat, I am looking forward to your review on the Celtic Woman concert. I am sure the grandgirls will love it...

Liz, make Martina rest, no more running around...

That is a lovely photo on cam 5...Mark Westlake, you really have an eye for the perfect photo. Webbie thank you for info on Minard Castle. Amazing little blind girl...

To everyone, have a great weekend...
Annette





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posted: 27.03.2009 18:30

Wow, we crashed into each other, Pat. Hope all is well there with you.

Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 27.03.2009 18:29

Hello everyone, just want to wish you a nice weekend. I won\'t be here until Sunday evening as we will have visitors over the weekend. Two of my best friends from the university will visit us and we pick them up at the train station in about an hour.

Mick, that recipe sounds interesting. I saved it in my folder and will try it some time.

Pat, googled Bradley\'s country store. Unfortunately, there aren\'t any pictures of the sausages that you all talk about. I think there are thousands of different kinds of sausages in Germany (well, perhaps, just hundreds ). I must see them to know of what kind they are.

Be good all. See you on Sunday.



Patricia





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posted: 27.03.2009 18:29

Mikilin, I have had Cornish pasties made by a good English friend. I looked quickly on google for more recipes before I left for the office, and more Americanized measurements and ingredients, and though I haven\'t finalized what I will do yet, I understand that it\'s a meat pie on one end and a dessert fruit pie on the other with a little pastry dam in the middle. That\'s cute. When I do finalize my own recipe and make it (probabably baking it) I\'ll let you know how it turns out.

Pat
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 27.03.2009 16:59

Hello Patricia - You can bake a clanger, but the traditional method is to simmer it in a muslin or linen pudding cloth.

It is important to keep the dumpling covered with water at all times.

A tasy alternative filling to meat and kidney and probably my favourite is smoked bacon bits and onion.

It really is proper peasant food and is the Bedfordshire counterpart to the famous Cornish pastie.

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 27.03.2009 14:28

Mornin\'...

You are right, Webbie. I noticed that old castle ruin, but was too tired to ask about it. Now I\'ve had a great sleep, and I\'m a new woman. What is the story, please?

Really interesting recipe for Bedfordshire Clanger, Micilin. I will research the measurements because we don\'t cook in grams, and try it. I\'ll skip the kidney part. Can\'t believe it is boiled instead of baked!!! Absolutely intrigueing recipe, and I\'m always up for something new.

I\'m out of here for another busy day, have to stop in at the office and do some shopping and there\'s a cook-out this evening, which I may skip as the weather is stormy. Celtic Woman with the Grandgirls tomorrow night too.

Anyway, I\'m gone. Y\'all have a nice weekend.

Pat

  
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The castle in the POD today is Minard Castle which was used as a location in the film Ryan's Daughter.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 27.03.2009 12:54

Ayup me ol\' beauties

Great beach pic on 5 wanna be there.

Super pic of old Dublin - saved to favourites.

Yes I googled the clanger recipe.

My old granny made them for me regularly when I worked in the local sand pit as a young man.

Good grub for a growing lad.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 27.03.2009 12:49

Bedfordshire Clanger



Butter - 25g

Onion - finely chopped

Stewing steak - 450g, diced

Ox kidney - 110g, cleaned, skinned, cored and diced

Salt and black pepper

Suet pastry - 450g

2 large cooking apples, peeled, cored and diced

Raisins - 75g

Sugar - 2 tbsp



Recipe



Melt the butter in a frying pan and gently brown the onion, steak and kidney. Season well with salt and pepper.



Roll out the suet crust into a rectangle and cut off a thin strip from the shorter side. Place it in the middle to divide the pastry into two equal parts.



Spread the meat mixture on one half and the apples, raisins and sugar on the other

Roll the pastry uplike a Swiss Roll. Moisten and seal each end.

Wrap the roll loosely in greased foil and place in a large saucepan.

Cover with boiling water and simmer for 1 hours.



EAT

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.03.2009 11:41

Hi webbie oh jim and grew up back then ..i think you where a bit beore us ..oh how dublin looked ..it was real nice and tidy..ah but a lovely photo .its is..im off to bed now good night god bless love lizxxx
  
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Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 27.03.2009 11:08

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 27.03.2009 10:49

You know when Pat is tired, she doesn\'t ask many questions - not even about the castle just off the beach. I wouldn\'t mind but I had the answer...oh well.

And only Dermot saw me cleaning the windows on the 2nd floor of Morans (O\'Sheas). But someone DID see Nelson



Well done Jim. Wondering where you resurrected that picture of Talbot st from?
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 27.03.2009 10:31

Well i just heard from jack..he said jack 2 is away for a few day ..well i think he should come back a nicer person ..im saying no more .just behave .jack 1 sad ..oh got got that lovely dog for a screan saver he is so lovelyjim looking at that old photo is lovely how clean dublin lokked what went wrong ahhh love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 27.03.2009 04:07

G\'day all hold it hold it now with this talking of mash mushy peas and all the other stuff ..now i just feel like a ten ton truck..ahhhhhhhhhhhh .well miclin come here darling with your mushy peas and mash oh dont forget the backed beans ohhhhhhhhh its to die for ..no not really die..haa mies and miclin a pome about food ..well your waste will be so huge you will need a tent to wear ..but then ..did you al get the photo from jim its lovely i remember them day ah god be with te days ..haa love lizxxx
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 27.03.2009 03:26

Hello all! Or good night. Great magical picture on Cam 5 right now. It looks like a fairytale.

Snowed last night, but my head was hurting so bad on Wed night, that I called in sick then and slept all day, so I feel so much better.

Well since I study online, I bought me a pedal bike for the floor, so I can exercise while I study. So far so good. Love it. Well I\'m off now, didn\'t read entries, but it looks like we all enjoy our sausage and cheese sandwiches. Of course I do like the veggie style sausages they don\'t hurt my tummy.



Love and Hugs,

Steph
Patricia





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posted: 27.03.2009 02:39

Holy Mackerel, another day has passed and I haven\'t gotten my sausage sandwich from Bradley\'s Country store yet, I was tearing around from place to place all day, and couldn\'t drive 10 miles out of my way. I spent 3 hours in the doctor\'s office this afternoon, to have him tell me there\'s something wrong with a disk in my back, and I have to do exercises and if that doesn\'t help, I have to go for physical therapy. I didn\'t want to hear that. Between that and having no time for a sausage sandwich all day, my life is ruined. Well, tomorrow is another day.

Mies, did you compose that lovely poem yourself? We are going to have to make you poet laureate of the GB, since I think Micilin googles his up to suit the ocassion. Occassion. Occasion. Whatever.

Busy day, bed is waiting. Nice beach on CAM 5, Mr. Westlake. Y\'all be good.

Pat

Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 26.03.2009 21:25

...you all made my mouth water... I\'ll have to find something to eat though it\'s pretty late here. Sausages or fries, whatever...