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The Reluctant Foodie
Love Hubbie, Good Food, Nice Travels and the odd drop of Wine - in that order. Others reckon I am, I disagree, plus I'm not fond of the term anyways - A Foodie!
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Carole (Ducky) 18h
Lunar eclipse next week.
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The Reluctant Foodie 14h
Replying to @nevenmaguire
I agree!
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The Reluctant Foodie 16h
Yep. That's me all right😊
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The Reluctant Foodie 17h
Obvs😁 Try honeycomb too, but don't be like me - known to suck the chocolate off a crunchie to do it.....😇
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The Reluctant Foodie 17h
Just in from my walk Colin. The beer is chilled and they're almost ready.... Have a good weekend!
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The Reluctant Foodie 18h
It's a Chicken Wing sort of night....
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Linda at SeaSugar Confectionery #propersweets 20h
Special order for Yellow Man so out comes the hammer and chisel (sterilised and only for that purpose). I love this stuff, it's the real deal from an old family recipe, nothing like honeycomb and no yellow food colouring in sight!
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The Reluctant Foodie 18h
See that big chunk? I'll have that! Did you ever stick a chunk in a glass of gin....? It's Friday night, if you've any leftover, give it a go... Remember the Bailey's and Tia Maria combo? You'll like it....
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Niamh Fitzpatrick Jan 17
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 17
Unbeknowns to us, Barbara and I shared the same dining space in the day of the Food Fair in Moira last year! Must keep an eye out for all the N.I. foodie events in 2019. Maybe Pat, this will be the year we actually meet!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 17
Something healthy by the looks of it 😜
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 17
Well I love to see Sam's articles appearing on my timeline. A guarantee of a great read and a top quality product. There's so many things I'd never have tried or bought - only for him!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 17
Only the truth Sam!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 17
I've said it before, yourself and are the best of ambassadors for food in Northern Ireland! Always ahead of the possè!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 16
You need to toot over to Moville and sample Brian's amazing food A handy little jaunt across the Lough on the ferry from Benone. Stick it on your list for longer days and better weather!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 16
They're the perfect snack to start off the new year! I've become slightly addicted, and at 22cals per pack amongst other things, that's not a bad! Hunt them out (Sainsburys). I think you'll like them!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 16
You're right Amy. I bought some in Sprucefield branch before Christmas. I love wasabi and love seaweed, so these are a perfect combination that really work (& 22cals a pack!) Did you know you have your very own produced in Northern Ireland? Can't wait to try that!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 16
I hope there'll be Gunpowder Cupcakes too! Loved the combo last year!What a shame there'll be no Vodka! Tickets bought yesterday. I insisted we buy for fear of an early sell-out! So delighted to see support for again in 2019 Can't wait!
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 13
Tbh, it was possibly the most traumatic aspect of his stay for me. He was always used to good, nutritious food (my Mum was a great cook) These Nursing Homes are only interested in the bottom line (profit) The wellbeing of residents is secondary A holding bay to wait on God..
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The Reluctant Foodie Jan 13
I have a new obsession crispy seaweed thins The most delicious savoury snack Sweet Soy and Salt Or Wasabi (my favs) Haven't seen them in Ireland, so I've bought some to take home from London 15 packets All I could fit in the bag...
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