Birdie's parkin

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Sunday 6 November 2005 3.12pm
It is no small thing to take the plunge into baking which is what Birdie did for bonfire night, and made a SMASHING parkin which was devoured and admired by all....keep up the baking Birdie, you have a future!
Sunday 6 November 2005 3.16pm
It was truly delicious and baked after a very busy and stressful Saturday! Bravo for Birdie!
Anonymous User
Monday 7 November 2005 9.05am
I'm so proud!

My neighbours kids were well fed with the remains yesterday.
Monday 7 November 2005 2.12pm
I hope they were as appreciative as we were - it was delish!

Honorary membership to the WI for Birdie I think!!
Anonymous User
Monday 7 November 2005 2.19pm
It wasn't so long ago you all had me down for honourary membership of the priory... I'm never baking again... I prefer my rabble rouser reputation!!
Monday 7 November 2005 8.15pm
But you could now reveal the "secret" ingredients that would jeopardise said membership to WI
Monday 7 November 2005 9.41pm
I think she deserves to have the July page in the calender all to herself.
Jac
Tuesday 8 November 2005 11.27am
Birdie Wrote:
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> It wasn't so long ago you all had me down for
> honourary membership of the priory... I'm never
> baking again... I prefer my rabble rouser
> reputation!!


What's wrong with being a domestic goddess as well? Seriously if that was your first go at baking you must not give it up you have a talent it would be a crime not yo use it
Anonymous User
Tuesday 8 November 2005 1.53pm
It truly was my first bake... I really am proud!
Thursday 10 November 2005 9.06am
Are you going to repeat the process so we can all enjoy it again or take the view that you're only as good as your last parkin?
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