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Some amazing pictures of Phoenix going for a drink! The other cats sit on top of the beer barrel, so this goes to show you the size of Phoenix!
Hope you have a nice Holiday with your Celebrations.
This weekend is Royal Airforce Waddington Airshow, yesterday was noisy with jets over head on practice flights, but today a lot quiet only the Red Arrows and a jet that is all we have heard, so maybe the flight path will change tomorrow will have wait and see, yesterday the Thunderbirds from the USA were practicing, yes we well and trully heard them.
Hope all of you are having a good weekend.
Dear all. I have been working in the garden so I took these of Sarah's border!
The Acanthus and the Crocosmia look stunning. However as I was doing the front garden I split some compost onto one of the stems of her Crocosmias, as you will see!
I do hope America has a nice Birthday, and you all have a great time. Phoenix says "if there are any leftovers can she have some?"
Dear Charleen, I have spoken to Phoenix whilst she was sat outside watching me clearing up her successful rodent hinting last night! Only three last night, which is not bad, but not good either!
She likes brisket, but I do not know if you call it that in America? She likes vegetables mixed in with her meat as it is good for her. However she is not a great chili fan, makes her go like a rocket and she is fast enough as it is!
Love from Phoenix.
Neil. HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA!
We tend to have a piece of brisket at Christmas, cooked slowly, lovely, and with horseradish.
As I have a big plant of horseraddish in the garden, think I will try and make some sauce nearrer christmas.
Brisket here is cooked year round. Probably cooked different than most. Here we cook it in a roaster over for about 12 hours, seasoned with lots of onions, and your choice of seasoning's, till it falls apart, and then placed in a flour tortilla, or you can add BBQ sauce for BBQ sandwiches.
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Thank you Lucy, the lilies in the back garden, when I looked this morning, they are all on one stem.
Already started getting the christmas present in, while the summer sales are on, plus have a lot of knitting to do as well, so once my eldests blanket is finished will start on the christmas knitting.
Last year, we bought Brisket, (Rolled), pork (Rolled) and Turkey crown, duck breasts.
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