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Tuesday 2 December 2003 6.45pm
I found the list of what's on this week very helpful. Can someone provide more information on multi-cultural trees please.

Wednesday 3 December 2003 2.32pm
Well bob,

there's the Dutch elm, the Scots pine, the Canadian maple, and the cedars of Lebanon for starters.

I'll leaf you to think of some more...

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 3 December 2003 3.29pm
with all them trees isn't it a case of

walking down the avenue .... ?

What's everyone having for tea tonight?

I've got turkey breasts but not sure what to do with them.....
Wednesday 3 December 2003 3.35pm
roads fit my character better Dave, but i see what you mean.

(should I leave it to someone else to suggest you stuff them?)

[the tea tree][does that count as a british cultural tree?]

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 3 December 2003 3.51pm
Dave - I suggest lipposuction
Wednesday 3 December 2003 4.28pm

...and certainly staying out of sight until after Christmas

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 3 December 2003 4.35pm
They're very tender turkey breasts

I was thinking about marinating them in something (Brut 33)

Any other suggestions?
Wednesday 3 December 2003 4.50pm
i think you should marinate them in something. (chicken or) turkey has to be a good fresh, well-fed and raised bird to have any sort of flavour IMO.

why not a nice curry? or thai?

some of those much-maligned send-money-home shops might redeem themselves by selling the exotic ingredients to cook up a storming meal

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 3 December 2003 5.21pm
i like exotic

I have a tin of pineapple rings in the kitchen cupboard

oneon each breast, now that's exotic
Wednesday 3 December 2003 6.05pm
And a raspberry on the top?

I've always preferred Cedar of Libanus to Cedar of Lebanon. Much more poetic.

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