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I guess it would also be possible to make some sort of turnip crust just to really upset the Italians...
So come on, where is this? I am guessing from the tableware, it's not your kitchen.
14 April 2006 at 09:08 AM
Hi Neil - hope things are good for you. We have a new baby arriving in 10 days. Eek!
I had the taste-tastic 'Scozzese' pizza in The Loft in Ashton Lane in Glasgow. Nice place to take kids too!
Paul Hannay |
14 April 2006 at 01:05 PM
Only 10 days to go!?
And you're going to call the baby Eek!
What a nice name.
I'll try and Skype you soon to catch up.
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