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Post  nadine71 on 23.11.10 17:48

hi all
i'm new to this site and lovin it already, i've only had my ho since satday and so far, i've cooked a chicken, with roast tats and yorkie puds every was spot on.I will be using my ho all the time now, thanks hubby for getting it me xx Laughing

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Post  junie on 23.11.10 18:19

Hi Nadine71

Welcome

I'm so glad you love the forum and your HO. You've had a good start.
It's only as good as it's members so stay in touch and let us know how you get on.

You know where we are if you need help. Thanks for joining us.

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Post  Admin on 23.11.10 19:15

welcome to the forum Nadine.

I am glad you've joined us. You will find lots of recipes in the recipe section if you run out of cooking ideas.

What is "roast tats" ? Never heard of it before

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Post  hummingbird on 23.11.10 21:11

Hi Nadine Welcome glad you've had good start with chicken and tats (Potatoes) try neaps roasted they come out lovely

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Post  junie on 23.11.10 23:12

Hi

In Scotland we call them tatties (neaps are turnips, Reeta) lol!

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Post  Admin on 23.11.10 23:52

Is there a mutiny going on in this forum?
Why are you ladies using codewords to communicate with each other lol!

Thank you for the translation June

Talking of Scotland reminds me when I used to watch Rab C Nesbitt. I had to turn the teletext subtitle on to read what he was saying Laughing





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Post  junie on 24.11.10 10:55

Just some regional variations, Reeta Very Happy

(I loved Rab C Nesbitt. Gregor Fisher, who played him so well, used to live locally and was a regular where I once worked. You couldn't meet a more quiet, well spoken and polite gentleman - so unlike his character. You wouldn't have needed subtitles in real life.)

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