You really are a cunt.
Where is the craft / the artisan / the time and effort / The luxurious taste?
Convenience costs decency - Cunts
You really are too kind
No problem, you deserve the finest insults known to man!
Yup - give him a pop tart
I feel both humbled and honoured and because you took the trouble…
For Christmas treats that truly stand out, try these dramatic Black Forest mince pies. Inspired by the flavours of a classic Black Forest gateau, this chocolate twist on a classic is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. With rich cocoa pastry and tangy dried cherries added to the mincemeat (along with an optional splash of cherry brandy), these indulgent pies are dusted with gold glitter for a pretty finishing touch.
These look really speshul
I was stood in Waitrose looking at Hestons abominations, when an old lady snatched a packet from the shelf, took a look and promptly put it back.
She muttered at me that they didn’t look very appetizing, and I agreed. She then looked me straight in the eye, and told me her dog Betsy produces better looking turds.
Should of got her to sign up here.
She knows her pies
A particularly cruel line of trolling on here today - I’m at home with the kids. This means no restorative napping or Schumann basking - Chi is wilting over here
I have other persons loin sleepover. Who is
Currently demolishing a full tin of mini hotdogs. I’ve told them both that drinking hot dog juice will give them a beard.
Careful now! The religion teacher at my old school got 15 years for using that line on a prop forward from the first XV.
Christmas Pud; Slightly off topic, but I have been asked to provide the pudding for Christmas dinner at Bros. and decided I should make one. I have looked at a few recipes and was a bit taken aback to learn that they need steaming for 8 Hours I also learned that that reduces to a mere two and one half hours in a pressure cooker Has anyone tried the pressure cooker method? How long would it need to be reheated for “on the day”?
I do not rate the microwave for things that need long slow cooking.
for the reheat I meant, lots of moisture and air in there
I agree need to be long & slow for 1st cook
Sorry, yes I agree.
We used to use a pressure cooker at my Mum’s for Xmas pud. Always did a decent job. We would cook it early (mid-November IIRC) and leave it to mature. A short reheat in the pressure cooker (say 30 minutes) did the trick. I would absolutely avoid the microwave as my experience is that it dries things out as compared to steaming. One long cook and a short trip in the pressure cooker was the best approach.