Due to ill-health, this blog is no longer being served. Thank you for your fidelity.
Somethin' to say? Was zu sagen? Des choses a dire?
If you want to make a comment but can't find the "make a comment" box, which keeps on disappearing, just send it either to twitter, facebook or to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org , and I'll maybe publish it for you....Only said maybe....!
Here's the latest one: (Who IS this guy called Keith.....)
"I just wanted to leave a comment to say that (from personal experience), although you get a bit stinky for the first few weeks, after that you don't get any stinkier!
And those olives do look nice, don't they?
All the best"
hungry?Thanks to Tina Concetta Marzocca.
Due to illhealth I have decided to post my articles here:Just click on the link....
Depuis peu vous pouvez suivre des liens par voie du "Twitter" vers des articles amusantes et/ou intéressantes.......... Allez-y.... essayez. C'est en haut...
For some time, you can follow links chosen by mr le marquis and presented on "Twitter". These links are intended to inform and amuse you - every day, or nearly, new ones ....Try it out! It's just above...
Zeit einige Wochen Können Sie interessantes oder amüsantes Verfolgen durch "Twitter"... Fast jeden Tag was neues von mr le marquis ... Versuchen Sie es...Zu finden oben...
The American variety were
sometimes doted with a
kind of magnesium/sulphur
when pulled off,
heated up the contents.....
was a novelty!
Of course, this was all
but often had to be used in
kitchens for 'turnaround'
although I recall cartons
from the war of 14/18 -
still perfectly good!
Bread was not often
except in the form of
hard pumpernickel or wafers,
and eggs had to be stolen from
the local farmer!
(the presence of Tea tells you which
this came from!)
Although we quite enjoyed this stuff,
for a while,
we were always happy to get back
to base and
fresh daily provisions.....
at the time, the one thing everybody
went for on return was,
of course, bacon and Eggs... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breakfast
(this link goes through
all the typical meals in one day
except this one..... Second breakfast (or zweites Frühstück, Drugie śniadanie) is a meal eaten after breakfast, but before lunch. It is traditional in Bavaria, and in Poland. In Bavaria or Poland, special dishes are made exclusively to be eaten during second breakfast. In Vienna and most other parts of Austria the second breakfast is referred to as Jause.[1 ]It is typical to eat four to five meals a day in these locations)....
even myself - probably why -
I'm cardiac nowadays!