Fattoush

Here is a lovely article that I discovered earlier this year in the Sydney Morning Herald's Good Food Guide.

We eat this salad probably two or three times a week! With anything!

Wonderful.

<img src="http://static.flickr.com/44/202642008_e79e6aa19d_o.jpg" width="414" height="716" alt="fattoushedit (414 x 716)">

14 comments

[quote="Maedi"]
Thanks. I'm working on the avatar.
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I'm very pleased to hear that Maedi. The wild magpies that I feed cough up a black version of your avatar.

Laughing

Maedi's avatar looks quite like what Lardy the Big-Arsed Possum drops from the tree onto my driveway most nights!

Thanks. I'm working on the avatar.

So you've gone to the [url=http://sourdough.com.au/gallery/]Gallery[/url] and clicked the register button?

Yeah I saw it Maedi! And by the way that hot steamy thing I suppose is a loaf? Otherwise I think it may be mistaken for something else mate! Another kind of loaf!

Wink

Jeremy

Thanks Maedi, just that it's so important to see Carols goodies, especially with the avatar looking like it just had some of them!

Jeremy

Were you able to see the image in my second last post Jeremy?

Maedi,

I don't have a 'gallery' ... and don't seem to be able to get one?

Wassup?

Smile

If you read my tutorial then tell me if some things don't make sense and I'll fix them.

Maedi

I had problems using the [img] tags, Maedi!

I will go back and find your tutorial on the matter so that our Jeremy can see my pix.

Smile

That's odd Jeremy.

Carol has been using html to insert her images, instead of the BBCode [img] tags, so that could be the reason.

Here is the image using the BBCode [img] tags. Can you see it Jeremy?

[img]http://static.flickr.com/44/202642008_e79e6aa19d_o.jpg[/img]

Maedi,
why are Carols pics unfriendly for my mac? Can't we have amac friendly Carol pic page?

Jeremy

It's fabulous, we fight over the toasted bread bits soaked in the dressing!

Thanks, Carol. Sounds like a great refreshing salad, just the thing to put together for me and the girls for hot afternoon lunches (which is everyday?).