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Weather being against going out and about with the Fudge meant putting it to use on the more mundane ...





















































































































11 comments:

  1. It looks really good but what is it?

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. Hari OM
      Chapatti!!! Very good with dahl or other Indian dishes, it is also a good base for 'pizza'... Yxx

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  2. Bread looks amazing, but I would probably skip the Vegemite

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  3. Yes, I'd do mine with cream cheese and marmalade.

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    1. Hari OM
      oooooooohhhhyyyuummmmmmmmmmm.. yes that would work! Peanut butter is really yummy on them too...Yxx

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  4. our local store actually sells this fresh made

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  5. Everything looks so delicious and Vegemite!!! Did you buy it in Oz or is it available in the UK shops now. Someone the other day told me you can buy Marmite in Oz but I've not seen it but then I've not been to a supermarket for a few years now.

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    1. Hari OM
      This was a 'prize' ... there is an online supplier of SA/NZ/A foods here in the UK and I recently stocked up with genuine TimTams, Milo, Bundy Ginger Beers... and Vego!!! There are the 'licensed' versions of some of these things available in some supermarkets, but anyone who has tasted the True Blue can instantly tell they are inferior product! Of course it did mean paying nearly double the dollarini - but hey, once a year for a treat can't be so bad and it's cheaper than an air ticket... Yxx

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  6. I can hear the noise the little air hole will make when you eat this fab. chapattis... I love it... even when I'm not a fan of vegemite lol

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