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Oct 15th, 2009 at 8:57am

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Reply #1 - Oct 15th, 2009 at 9:39am

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....ooooooooohhhhhh hhhhhhhhaaaaaa. I reckon I could av a go at that one.. yummy Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue

Thanks Carolyn
 
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Not for the feint hearted SJ.  The anchovies were my idea and maybe over the top for some.  

Depends on how much you like the little hairy fellows.  The filling also is rather rich, I felt sick eating it LOL but kept on doing it ha ha.

The MOTH wouldnt come 100 miles of it ROFL.

 

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Carolyn™ wrote on Oct 15th, 2009 at 4:14pm:
Not for the feint hearted SJ.  The anchovies were my idea and maybe over the top for some. 

Depends on how much you like the little hairy fellows.  The filling also is rather rich, I felt sick eating it LOL but kept on doing it ha ha.

The MOTH wouldnt come 100 miles of it ROFL.




Sounds great to me Carolyn.  I reckon the combined flavours of onion, olive and anchovy are very tasty.  Tongue
 
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Reply #4 - Oct 29th, 2009 at 7:35pm

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I absolutely love the hairy fellows Carolyn. Get stuck into 'em on Pizza too.
Just gotta try this at our next work function. Thanks!

Regards Skip Smiley
 

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