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  • traditional christmas pudding from xerxes in Wheat Ridge, CO.
    this recipe has been in my family for a long time. A traditional part of the British Christmas, this pudding is best made weeks o...
  • pizza napoletana margherita from xerxes in Wheat Ridge, CO.
    I first had this pizza at an outdoor piazza in Verona, Italy. One of its charms is its simplicity, both in ingredients and method...
  • oatmeal-MY style from xerxes in Wheat Ridge, CO.
    Often in the morning, I don't have time to cook oatmeal. While in France, I took a liking to museli, a generic term in Europe. M...
  • Scottish Breakfast from xerxes in Wheat Ridge, CO.
    Many B&B's in Scotland serve a variation of the fry-up (see full english breakfast) but porridge and kippers is a way traditional ...
  • cream of garlic soup from xerxes in Wheat Ridge, CO.
    This creamy soup will be a hit with anyone who loves garlic. This is the product of lots and lots of trial and error. Hope you l...
  • TKO Margaritas from xerxes in Wheat Ridge, CO.
    Peligro! These margaritas slide down really easy and they pack a little more punch than ordinary ones....
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  • Xelda 1 year ago
    <3 your blood orange marmalade!
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  • marmay 2 years ago
    Yes I am on Facebook I will look you up!
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  • marmay 2 years ago
    Hi there
    Are you still around?

    Marci
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  • hypnos 3 years ago
    as an englishman, i think you have a very good understanding of british food. your fry-up looks kick-ass, kudos of the hp and the colemans. interesting name too, i'll be keeping an eye on you...
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  • raisedbydogs 3 years ago about Blood Orange Marmalade
    Thanks for the recipe, I'm really happy with how it turned out. Also, I substituted brown sugar for 1/3 of the sugar content. I want to make more!
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  • joburke1970 3 years ago about Full English Breakfast
    Mmm, nothing like a full monty after a heavy night out!
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  • nadaism 3 years ago about watercress soup
    Very nourishing and nice for a change as an Autumn lunch soup - instead of my favorite sandwich with watercress, avocado and cheese.
    Thankyou for sharing.
    Cheerfully !!!!!5
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  • nightkitchen 4 years ago about Scottish Breakfast
    Interesting info here! I do love my steel-cut oats.
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  • elgourmand 4 years ago
    Talofa, Bonjour, Gooday & thanks for saying yes. Welcome to M.A.S.H., or a reasonable facsimile of that nutty show. I think recipes and cooking should be fun (heck, I think life should be fun) and that a little madness is a good thing. Goza la vida! (Enjoy the life!) RJ
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  • elgourmand 4 years ago about Full English Breakfast
    Now you're talking. Try this at the Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong and no baked beans but four slices of kippered herring and only four eggs. Delightful.
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  • marmay 4 years ago
    Hi there all is well, winter has set in. How are things with you?
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  • sitbynellie 4 years ago
    Hi xerxes, thanks for the friend invitation - glad to accept. Love the look of the pizza recipe - also the kedgeree. I never thought of using salmon for this, as I usually use smoked haddock. My husband Tom hates smoked haddock but loves canned salmon. Similarly he loves pizza but I can't digest dairy food. No reason I can't make the two dishes!

    Thanks pal
    Susan
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  • theresal 5 years ago
    Hello Xerxes..... Thanks for the invite and "Thank YOU" for giving yourself for our country... Much appreciated. and..... Nice car! How is it up North of Denver?
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  • krumkake 5 years ago
    Hey xerxes, thanks for the invite - happy to accept. And a big thank you for your service in Iraq...my husband is a Vietnam vet, and we have great respect and admiration for our servicemen/women and vets. Your service was much appreciated by us, and many millions more! Welcome to this fun foodie site - cooking is a way to relax and unwind and be creative...I'm looking forward to sharing recipes with you - have some fun!
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  • brianna 5 years ago
    Hi Robert, I was so pleased to read that you had tried out my recipe for Pastrami-Horseradish cones & had enjoyed them. I would love to be your cooking friend, thanks for the invite.
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