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- November 9, 2011 at 3:59 pm #64725kizkiznobiteMember
mo is pickling for xmas ::) says she has left it late ::) we all gagging here in vinegar steam…val dont you dare say it good for the bronchial tract ;D
…thing is…we going to be at nics this year…new baby grandson and all that…and nics sister and partner has left the cold scottish north and moved down here to be near them…and nics dad is coming down too…so…finally…not at our house…nice !!!
she still thinks she needs to pickle tho… ::) told her it just a habit…dump it ;DNovember 9, 2011 at 5:15 pm #100734wagsMember
i dont like pickles yuk yuk yukNovember 9, 2011 at 5:37 pm #100735DawnGMember
mmmm we love pickles here. My nan normally makes us jars of pickled onions but I think she has decided at the age of 91 its got a bit too much.November 9, 2011 at 6:38 pm #100736SuzAndTheDivaMember
Fraid i dont go much on anything thats pickled lol!
Were all going to my mums for xmas – they just moved sold house bought static home at a beautiful park near me am jealous would love one but they only allow one dog so boohoo to them haha! but were all going me aeryn and the dogs, my sis her partner and their little baby tommy, and my nan and grandad 😀November 9, 2011 at 8:34 pm #100737*Lassie*Member
Like pickles, Mum did onions every year but I couldn’t stay in the room while she did them, made my eyes streamNovember 10, 2011 at 2:11 am #100738AnonymousGuest
My Grandma would make pickles from small cucumbers out of Grandaddy’s garden–so tart they brought a tear to my eye as a child, but could’t resist several pieces in VERY small bites. :hungry:
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