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    Re: Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by LOG View Post
    Well you did introduce me to the en dash and i can never repay you for that

    In the early days...

    You: It should be an en dash, not a hyphen.
    Me: I don't know what that combination of words means.
    I can now see I would be clueless in this role as the technical jargon is going over my head.
    Last edited by Alistair20000; 07 February 2018 at 22:41.

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    Re: Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by LOG View Post
    Well you did introduce me to the en dash and i can never repay you for that

    In the early days...

    You: It should be an en dash, not a hyphen.
    Me: I don't know what that combination of words means.
    Ha ha ha.

    Me: it looks like making 28pp
    You: I still don't know what that means despite being told ten times
    Last edited by feverpitch; 07 February 2018 at 22:44.

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    Re: Soup

    Announcement:

    The number of votes cast (three) was almost overwhelming but the results are in and, after all that, there was no clear winner.

    I have exercised my discretion and gone with Lentil and Vegetable as that was my pre-vote choice.

    Thanks to all who took the time to involve themselves in the democratic process.

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    Re: Soup

    Leek and potato soup for lunch. Pub lunch in Stratford upon Avon.

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    Re: Soup

    Pea and ham for me lunch today. It took a couple of spoonfuls to get used to the taste but it turned out bleddy 'ansum.

    Went a bit OTT on accompanying toast but that wasn't the soup's fault.

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    Re: Soup

    Got myself a pre-packaged vegetable soup mix (i.e. a bunch of diced vegetables) the other day. Very nice.

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    Re: Soup

    Oxtail today. It was my last tin so i'll be doing a soup run later

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    Re: Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by LOG View Post
    Oxtail today. It was my last tin so i'll be doing a soup run later
    All these wonderful recipes for preparing the soupage "fresh from scratch" and you are reaching for the can opener.

    Disappointing.

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    Re: Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by Alistair20000 View Post
    All these wonderful recipes for preparing the soupage "fresh from scratch" and you are reaching for the can opener.

    Disappointing.
    Oh that's a tad harsh Al.

    We should all be rejoicing that Lionel has finally discovered that his "opposable thumb" - the trademark of all the highest of primates - has a productive use after all.
    Last edited by Grecian2K; 23 February 2018 at 15:34.

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