Funny - who wants a new avatar?

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Shame ... Giardia is quite cute!

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[quote="Jeremy"]
Thanks all for the advice, actually I've been yearning a rural existence of late after the blackout, maybe a village in France like Uzes in Languedoc or Montsegur sur Lauzon[url]http://www.flickr.com/photos/makiwi/172651393/[/url]nice looking bread

Rolling Eyes

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[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunnyside,_Queens[/url] oh well?
[url]http://www.queenschamber.org/QueensInfo/images/sunnyside.gif[/url]

Ta!
Jeremy
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Now your talking

Cool

Couple of shots of La Bastide Moustiers in Provence

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Rome aint to bad either, my girl waiting for the best pizza ever!
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Isn't that rich! Montreal is really special, great food, good cider, it's a bit of France in this Anglo world we call America! I took pictures of the Jean talon market that are on my website take a peak if you like!

Jeremy

Montreal would be a decent choice, wouldn't it?

I'm about a two-hour drive north of Sydney - and we still have family there - so it makes visits easy. But you have to plan what sort of food you're after!

Lean cuisine is another oxymore, I reckon!

I love the Katz's website! Send me a salami indeed!

Sorry Carol,
Delis are pretty much done and gone all we have left are tourist trap wanna be's of a lost period in Jewish Deli's! We have everything and more but the deli has given way to the lean type cuisines of this modern era! We still have one hanger on in the East Village called Katz Deli, although mostly run by goyim hispanic fellas, you just don't have places like that anymore with panache like what was Bernstiens, you have to go to Montreal to Schwartz's and that has a non-New York feel!

Ta,
Jeremy

[url]http://www.katzdeli.com[/url]

But I bet you've got a good deli!

Thanks all for the advice, actually I've been yearning a rural existence of late after the blackout, maybe a village in France like Uzes in Languedoc or Montsegur sur Lauzon[url]http://www.flickr.com/photos/makiwi/172651393/[/url]nice looking bread

Rolling Eyes

[url]http://www.flickr.com/photos/makiwi/173550149/[/url]
[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunnyside,_Queens[/url] oh well?
[url]http://www.queenschamber.org/QueensInfo/images/sunnyside.gif[/url]

Ta!
Jeremy

If we had a good delicatessen in my part of the state - I'd never leave!

The occasional excursion to Sydney for 'supplies' is required.

But it is nice to get back home.

And that from a woman who grew up in Sydney!

Having been to both places, I have to agree. However, Jeremy might find Oz too quiet/peaceful in the evenings.


Jeremy, the worst part of Oz has to be better than the best part of New York, and I'm not joking mate.

That's it Carol and Bill,
I have to move to Oz!

Beer and bread!
Yikes!

Jeremy

I meant the Giant Microbes generally!

Our uncle is fond of yeasts ... he's a fine beer maker! He has a whole cabin devoted to his dark art.

Carol, Candida Milleri is the yeast found in most sourdough starters. GP's deal with a different strain of the family.

Wink

Sacca refers to Saccharomyces Cerevisae which most of us know as commercial yeast, although special strains are used in wine and beer making, in which case I do like them.

Laughing

I'm not a fan of Sacca, I'm a Candida Milleri fan myself.

Laughing

I can see these sitting in GP's surgeries all over the place!

Perhaps you can be their professional yeasties advisor!?