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post #1 of 76 (permalink) Old 11-05-2006, 07:16 AM Thread Starter
 
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Why the weekends are special

Because there is nothing like putting bagguettes in the oven and baking them fresh, filling them with butter and cheese, washed down with a cup of tea.

The smell of them and the taste, pure specialness.
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post #2 of 76 (permalink) Old 11-05-2006, 08:12 AM
 
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sure, sounds wonderful, ill be over in a bit..

its only about a 30484383 hour walk..
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Ahh but was it M + S extra specialness?

When I saw the thread topic I thought it would be some alcohol fuelled madness over the weekend, clearly I was mistaken. But nice anyway, although I'm not sure I could eat a baguette with JUST butter and cheese in it.

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It was Tesco specialness.

I did sip wine last night though, not an alcohol fuelled weekend, some are some aren't, a bit of variety from time to time.
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Why can't you have them during the week??

I sipped lager last night Very large and frequent sips
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I could have them in the week, but in the morning before work, I can't be bothered. And in the evening after work, again, can't be bothered, where I could really. Actually Andy, good idea, I may have them in the week with sausages in them for evening tea

I think maybe next week I'll have a night out on town with lots of beer, as my best friend is working nights at the moment, so having to make do with the bird
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Mornings aren't good for me either!! Most days i struggle to pour the milk on my cereal
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now youre just rubbing it in mate...

I hung two doors and put up two shelves this morning

at least England Vs New Zealand is on in 20 mins
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I dont have to get up at 6:00 and get the kids on the bus, I can sleep until 11:00, oh yea... Jam night is friday night !!!!!
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Because there is nothing like putting bagguettes in the oven and baking them fresh, filling them with butter and cheese, washed down with a cup of tea.

The smell of them and the taste, pure specialness.

Wow, that sounds so European.
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I'm not european, I'm British.
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I'm not european, I'm British.

+1

anyway, my day has not improved....

England got a total tonking in the autumn tests vs NZ 41-20

crap...
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Because there is nothing like putting bagguettes in the oven and baking them fresh, filling them with butter and cheese, washed down with a cup of tea.

The smell of them and the taste, pure specialness.
Do you have a good recipe for baking bagguettes? I must impress my wife with this!
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What is a bagguette? My weekend cuisine usually consists of ramen noodles....or tacos if it's pay day
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What is a bagguette? My weekend cuisine usually consists of ramen noodles....or tacos if it's pay day
Here you go:





"A baguette (French: stick) is a variety of bread distinguishable by its much greater length than width. A standard baguette is five or six centimeters wide and three or four centimeters tall, but can be up to a meter in length. It is also known in English as a French stick or a French loaf.

Baguettes are noted for their very crispy crust.

Baguettes are seen as closely connected to France and especially to Paris, even though they are not the only kind of French bread. They are, however, available around the world.".

For more info, check this out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baguette

Oh man, now I'm getting the munchies! I could go for one with mozzarella and lettuce right now.

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