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Friday 3 September 2004 12.11am
Tomorrow (today?) is Friday. Fridays tend to be alright.
Friday 3 September 2004 12.16am
Well, I'm not supposed to be in work today, but I have to go in. So it's already started badly.

:-(
Friday 3 September 2004 1.52am
Where is everyone this mornng. Asleep?
Anonymous User
Friday 3 September 2004 8.24am
sarah2 wrote:
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> Birdie,
> Does this mean that you are leaving the
> up-market hostel for SE1 posters?
>
> Sarah


Not at all! I've been renting a flat for the past year and now I'm buying one two bus stops further down the road. I was a little concerned that I may have strayed into SE16 but the gods were smiling on me and I shall remain an SE1-er!


Friday 3 September 2004 9.27am
What is Celeraic- is it some form of celery?
Friday 3 September 2004 9.39am
Yes, except it's globular. It has a peppery flavour and goes quite nicely with roast duck (and other game). Boil it and mash it - on its own, or with potato.
http://sdsd.essortment.com/celeriacwhatis_riol.htm



Edited 1 times. Last edit at 3 September 2004 9.50am by Tharg drinker of pervy.
Friday 3 September 2004 9.52am

Just in work now (which is early for me)

had a bit of a pants week but today shaping up well and looking forward to seeing Stuff Happens at the NT this evening (cheapo tickets up in the ceiling).
Friday 3 September 2004 10.03am


http://www.deliaonline.com/ingredients/ingredientsatoz/i_0000000056.asp

It also makes a very good winter soup, although you have to be careful with the consistency, otherwise your casserole starts behaving like a lava lamp in the final stages of simmering.

From Tharg's celeriac site:
"When purchasing fresh celeriac from a store, you can identify the celeriac by its large, bulbous root that grows to an average of 3.5 inches in length."

I've never seen roots smaller than 4-5 inches sold in the UK - or do they have them at Borough Market and I've just assumed that they were posh white radishes?

TLMJJ - any reasons for your aversion to this versatile vegetable?



Edited 2 times. Last edit at 3 September 2004 10.06am by Lang Rabbie.
Friday 3 September 2004 12.33pm
Lang Rabbie wrote:
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> TLMJJ - any reasons for your aversion to this
> versatile vegetable?
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It tastes horrible.

Friday 3 September 2004 12.45pm
Fair enough.
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