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Message 1319626 - Posted: 24 Dec 2012, 14:53:36 UTC - in response to Message 1319609.  

Marmite is new to me, never heard of it before...



Me too.


Isn't it similar to what the Aussies call Vegamite?

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Message 1319632 - Posted: 24 Dec 2012, 15:16:21 UTC - in response to Message 1319626.  
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Marmite is new to me, never heard of it before...



Me too.


Isn't it similar to what the Aussies call Vegamite?


No it think it;s more like explore, I found some things ok and nice to try like the ants on the log. Something I wouldn't eat everyday but why not try it? Like mine is Lettuce and PB? I like but I bet not one person has tried it yet. :( To me it's wonderful and others might think NOT. And my mother and father were from Canada and made due what was in the frig. LOL We didn't have a lot of money back then but my father made darn sure were weren't starving. Soooo it's was like shut up and eat what was front of you. :))) The war was hell for everyone!!!
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Message 1319658 - Posted: 24 Dec 2012, 17:27:27 UTC - in response to Message 1319655.  
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Marmite


From the sounds of I might stay away from it? But who knows it might be good.
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Message 1319698 - Posted: 24 Dec 2012, 19:41:30 UTC

Apple Butter... Of course I've had this, but not with Peanut Butter, not yet that is, it would probably be ok, last time I had Apple Butter I had it with Margarine on 2 pieces of bread.
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Message 1319703 - Posted: 24 Dec 2012, 19:56:14 UTC - in response to Message 1319698.  
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Apple Butter... Of course I've had this, but not with Peanut Butter, not yet that is, it would probably be ok, last time I had Apple Butter I had it with Margarine on 2 pieces of bread.


I would beg my mother to buy apple butter, I loved it. I never got me wishes all the time but nice when I did. :) Stores were sparse back in those days.
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Message 1319845 - Posted: 25 Dec 2012, 11:16:57 UTC - in response to Message 1319703.  
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Apple Butter... Of course I've had this, but not with Peanut Butter, not yet that is, it would probably be ok, last time I had Apple Butter I had it with Margarine on 2 pieces of bread.


I would beg my mother to buy apple butter, I loved it. I never got me wishes all the time but nice when I did. :) Stores were sparse back in those days.


I must have been bad this year, Santa didn't even leave a jar of peanut butter. NOTHING!! but he is short one reindeer. I Had to take matters in my own hands. LOL
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Message 1319854 - Posted: 25 Dec 2012, 13:06:22 UTC

We had peanut butter, marmite and cooked black pudding sandwiches for breakfast today ...
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Message 1319864 - Posted: 25 Dec 2012, 13:47:51 UTC - in response to Message 1319854.  
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We had peanut butter, marmite and cooked black pudding sandwiches for breakfast today ...


This Marmite what does it taste like? I had reindeer with a few eggs which was quiet tasty if your in the mood for it. LOL Santa is really mad. It's like going home with one spark plug out of the car. LOL
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Message 1319875 - Posted: 25 Dec 2012, 14:40:56 UTC - in response to Message 1319854.  

We had peanut butter, marmite and cooked black pudding sandwiches for breakfast today ...



We had pancakes with Maple Syrup, mmmmm...
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Message 1319907 - Posted: 25 Dec 2012, 16:40:18 UTC - in response to Message 1319875.  

We had peanut butter, marmite and cooked black pudding sandwiches for breakfast today ...



We had pancakes with Maple Syrup, mmmmm...

I could have pancakes, but I'm almost out of syrup, so I have to wait maybe a month or two, Eggs and sausage with coffee will have to do.
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Message 1319910 - Posted: 25 Dec 2012, 16:56:48 UTC - in response to Message 1319907.  

We had peanut butter, marmite and cooked black pudding sandwiches for breakfast today ...



We had pancakes with Maple Syrup, mmmmm...

I could have pancakes, but I'm almost out of syrup, so I have to wait maybe a month or two, Eggs and sausage with coffee will have to do.


Any morning I really try to keep it simple these days and today is no exception. 2 eggs and toast.
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Message 1320266 - Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 1:02:41 UTC
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Christmas was fine, and Julie I hope you found That Volvo in your driveway. I spent a quiet day which is just fine too.

That Marmite (I hope I spelled it right) but what does it taste like? No one ever answers me??????
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Message 1320281 - Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 1:32:55 UTC - in response to Message 1319910.  

We had peanut butter, marmite and cooked black pudding sandwiches for breakfast today ...



We had pancakes with Maple Syrup, mmmmm...

I could have pancakes, but I'm almost out of syrup, so I have to wait maybe a month or two, Eggs and sausage with coffee will have to do.


Any morning I really try to keep it simple these days and today is no exception. 2 eggs and toast.

I have to add water to the eggs, as their powdered, of course I also add salt and pepper too, but it's not a lot and it keeps My body from being hungry for a while.
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Message 1320339 - Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 5:45:13 UTC - in response to Message 1320281.  

We had peanut butter, marmite and cooked black pudding sandwiches for breakfast today ...



We had pancakes with Maple Syrup, mmmmm...

I could have pancakes, but I'm almost out of syrup, so I have to wait maybe a month or two, Eggs and sausage with coffee will have to do.


Any morning I really try to keep it simple these days and today is no exception. 2 eggs and toast.

I have to add water to the eggs, as their powdered, of course I also add salt and pepper too, but it's not a lot and it keeps My body from being hungry for a while.

Oh I remember the powdered eggs in my Army days, I had tons of them.
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Message 1320496 - Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 19:06:57 UTC - in response to Message 1320266.  

Christmas was fine, and Julie I hope you found That Volvo in your driveway.


Yep, took it for a nice spin :)

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Message 1322207 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 15:40:34 UTC - in response to Message 1320496.  
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Christmas was fine, and Julie I hope you found That Volvo in your driveway.


Yep, took it for a nice spin :)



Glad to hear that Julie :) My Buick is 21 years old but like a watch it just keeps on ticking, only 90k miles on it. Most of it is hard San Francisco driving where everything is up hill. :)) And still a good solid car with no rust and no payments.:)
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Message 1322221 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 16:13:39 UTC - in response to Message 1322207.  

Christmas was fine, and Julie I hope you found That Volvo in your driveway.


Yep, took it for a nice spin :)



Glad to hear that Julie :) My Buick is 21 years old but like a watch it just keeps on ticking, only 90k miles on it. Most of it is hard San Francisco driving where everything is up hill. :)) And still a good solid car with no rust and no payments.:)

My Ford Escort zx2 sport hot coupe is only a 1999 model w/about 79k miles on the odometer, there are some hills here, but not any that I have to climb, plus yeah the car is rust free and paid off.
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Message 1322280 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 17:57:21 UTC - in response to Message 1322225.  
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My Buick is 21 years old but like a watch it just keeps on ticking, only 90k miles on it. Most of it is hard San Francisco driving where everything is up hill. :)) And still a good solid car with no rust and no payments.:)

Can't you hitch it onto the back of a cable car? Else get the pier 39 sealions to give it a push!!


Well since I retired, I live in another town on flat ground now and a lot cheaper to live, love it and wouldn't change. But it was nice to have a trusty car with little maint. and worth every penny I paid for it and still running. The turn key is goes? why change? 25 mpg !

San Francisco is hard on any car even dents but i got through them okay.
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Message 1322282 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 18:01:38 UTC

My Ford Fiesta was 20 years old an I never had problems with it.

Thinking of buying a Toyota Yaris now...
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Message 1322284 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 18:04:35 UTC - in response to Message 1322282.  

My Ford Fiesta was 20 years old an I never had problems with it.

Thinking of buying a Toyota Yaris now...


What about your new Volvo? LOL
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