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The new tomato plant is growing well this year
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28/05/2017
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Those places are much better than they used to be.

She'll enjoy herself there"



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Just ate some peanuts. They tasted ækay, as peanuts go, but I think I should have read the packet first.

It states "May contain traces of peanuts"

Here's an idea. I's a bit far-fetched, but it may be worth considering.

If we stop bombing them, staling their natural resources, and stirring up wars which destroy their infrastructures,, maybe they'll be better inclined to being nicer to us.

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Shopping and Aldi

As I have mentioned before, I think Aldi is probably the best place to buy food. If I lived closer, and was more mobile, it’s where I would get my usual groceries. I always know that it’s going to be good, both quality and price. As it is, I have a helper who takes me there once a fortnight.

As you know, micro-ready meals are usually nondescript at best. Not so in Aldi. They sell a range of excellent meals. I certainly have no complaint. Well, justv a little one. Their frikadeller. They taste good, and I frequently buy them, so what’s the problem ?

For a start, they come with rice, and an excellent tomato and vegetable sauce. Frikedeller don’t. Then, there is the main part. Frikadeller are usually roughly egg-shaped, with a fairly light consistency. The Aldi ones are like large slices of tightly packed sausage. As I say, a good satisfying meal, but with the wrong name.

While on the subject, I was once in England with a Danish girl, who wanted to make frikadeller. In Denmark, mince is usually pork, ’though beef is available. Frikadeller are pork (or pork and veal). The English butcher refused to supply minced pork, unless she bought a huge quantity. Otherwise he’d have to wash the machine.

Don’t English butchers wash there machines usually ?
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