So, who wants to help ... to cower in the cellar?


#9802

sounds familiar. But there are four Cropwell Bishop Creamery blues, none called that, and it is likely to be one of them but I have no idea which! It’s not a hard cheese exactly,more squidgey.

Definitely a ripe Camembert, Carinthia. They had Brie as well but it wasn’t so ripe.

And Yummy was indeed the word.


#9803

Takes Crusty Bread into corner

Sulks abit

Carinthia.xx


#9804

Proffers a fresh loaf and a pound of butter to a chatelaine

With a come on bert and crackers…

And a BM


#9805

[menacing cheesy bloop]


#9806

Have yer hand off soon as look at you, them would.


#9807

Now wee birdie I have pork apple and black pudden sossiges to put into fresh rolls

There is enuff forra dunnock…


#9808

Challenge. Accepted.


#9809

One pig’s worth of sossiges to start with wee birdie?


#9810

I’ll just make sure the trebuchet is cranked up in case of sudden Bengals…

(Not for them. For me.)


#9811

Hamper full of a pig’s worth of sossiges and 2kg of multiseed flour turned into rolls trbucheted to a wee birdie…

I will charge some gin for the next load


#9812

Have this one to put off the parasites:

You probably don't want to look in here.

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0411/5997/products/Cape_Town_Pink_Lady_Gin_480x.jpg

meanwhile we can stick to the good stuff.


#9813

There are two pink gins I will accept

One is gin and tonic with a dash of angustora bitters

The other is dubonnet to a third full of a highball glass gin to two thirds full and finish with soda


#9814

Gawds

Dubonnet…

Success of sorts, in that I have managed to update my list of medications/doses from the old copy in my Documents File on the Waptop & print them

Flumps on Chaise

Proffers Empty Pitcher for filling

Carinthia.xx


#9815

[Pourity] × many


#9816

[grateful slurpity]

[thankity]

Carinthia.xx


#9817

A lady I knew who was a showgirl in the 1930s who married a wealthy Harley St doctor drank nothing but her lethal gin/dubonnet cocktails and made sure every visitor had one

Gentlemen got whiskey or cognac

She was a darling and she spoilt me rotten sending me to the boutique to get a new outfit if she thought I had need of one
At Christmas I was sent to the posh jeweller to have the pick of the shop

All I did was help her with the choreography for the children’s chorus in the local pantomime and visit her and the doctor at least once a week

I still have her gold leather clutch bag


#9818

This had me so intrigued I not only googled, I googled my googling. Could it be this?

Doesn’t look quite the same, but if yours is more mature… ?


#9819

The name sounds really familiar but I don’t think it can be that one, because what we have is not really hard; but Nettlebed would be local to Henley, which adds to the plausibility…

I am just going to have to go there again, aren’t I, and scout it all out. They are a butcher too, and they get their lamb in on Wednesdays, so really fresh liver and kidneys. And they do fish, and make their own sausages…


#9820

The Witheridge ‘looks’ softer in this picture:

https://cheese-etc.co.uk/product/witheridge/

Whatever, I’d love to try it.


#9821

My heart bleeds…