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Good Food Guide


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:wink: Nice timing!

http://www.allium.uk.net

http://alliumfood.wordpress.com/ the alliumfood blog

"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, champagne in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming - Whey hey what a ride!!!, "

Sarah Poli, Firenze, Kibworth Beauchamp

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. Although it has its detractors, I really like it and have been buying it religiously for years. We find it invaluable when travelling to a new part of the country. One has to eat well !

That and the fact that they give you four £5 tokens to use at restaurants, one would be keen to try anyway; which pays for the book. Genius :biggrin:

I'll watch tonight- Thanks Nicola

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From the business end, we can always tell when the guide comes out in October!

Vouchers for the new edition being used already! :smile:

http://www.allium.uk.net

http://alliumfood.wordpress.com/ the alliumfood blog

"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, champagne in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming - Whey hey what a ride!!!, "

Sarah Poli, Firenze, Kibworth Beauchamp

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Bapi, its 10x £5 Vouchers for 2006.

Marvellous - I am going to use all of them at once at your place next May. :biggrin:

Did anyone watch the programme? I thought it was very interesting from a social history perspective. Especially, how the British trait of not wishing to complain about risible food was inculcated into people, because of the hardships in getting food during and after the war.

BTW- Ordered my 2006 copy from Play.com at a bargain £11.99, delivered free :smile:

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Bapi, what makes you think your welcome back, let alone with vouchers in your grubby little hand?

We'd be welcome because you are fond of my son and missus. That and the fact that we are actually willing to pay for the slop you serve up :biggrin: And my hands are never grubby.

Serious question- Did your score remain the same this year btw?

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Yes we scored a steady 3 with a nice write up.Better than that i now have 10 GFG stickers on my front door.(i'm a sucker for stickers, must be some throw back to Pannini in my boyhood :biggrin: )

Don't get me started - I still have my Football 1978 album :smile:

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Yeah, i'll send them to Eberneezer Bapi for Christmas

I think you are confusing me with the "honourable" Yorkshireman above. I always forget to use my bloody ones, let alone use yours up. I end up trying to get rid of them every September before they expire.

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