Everyday Value White Rum is drinkable neat. It'll be the death of
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It was left over from my daughter's 18th birthday party.
Also found some good quality Tequila. Is it Tequila, salt then lemon?
If you like pina coladas...
Tesco Everyday is made from old Romanian pit ponies, you know that, don't you.
BTW, isn't "Everyday Rum" against the law in some sort of way?
I think Scroat may be able to sue Tesco for a new liver.
If it's good quality tequila then you don't need the salt and lemon; just drink it.
If, on the other hand, it's shite; you lick the salt, down the tequila and then bite the lemon to take the awful taste away.
How's the hangover?
Fine thanks. A bit bleary this morning, but like that pretty much every morning. Had a glass of Peroni with a pizza tonight, but that will be it until next Friday now. Normally have four or five dry days a week now.
I don't think I'll touch the Tequila...
four or five dry days a week ?
A month, maybe, but I stay off the hard stuff. Hope today hasn't been too shitty - roll on friday ...
For perfect Tequila, simply put the lemon on a nice piece of plaice, the salt on some homemade chips, tip the Tequila down the sink and open a bottle of Riesling.
Scroat, have you still got your allotment?
I took one a few months ago and I'm loving it.
Very rewarding in an 'inner me' sort of way, good exercise too although if I never see another Cabbage White it will be too soon.
My own sprouts everyday over Christmas...mmmmm.
The nights (and mornings) are drawing in now so less time to spare.
I'm getting a motorhome next week too.
I'll be able to practice guitar in a lay-by somewhere without being overly embarrassed or annoying the neighbours.
Best news I've heard all day Gerry. I've got raised beds up the top of the garden, and a greenhouse. In fact yesterday I was starting to make plans for next year...
OCTOBER - plant garlic
FEBRUARY - sow broad beans
MARCH - sow tomatoes, plant shallot sets, plant onion sets, sow leek seed in trays, first early potatoes, sow cucumber seed, sow basil seed, sow carrot seed
APRIL - sow courgette seeds in pots, potatoes 2nd early, sow butternut squash seeds in pots
MAY - rocket, keep sowing until September, runner beans in pots
JUNE - sow purple sprouting broccoli
I think if you plant potatoes now, you can have new potatoes with your Christmas dinner. This has worked for me in the past.
Mrs Scroat and I both fantasise about a motorhome. Or rather a camper van as we're a bit boho.
And keep up with the guitar. Practice is vital. I'm fighting arthritis in my fingers, but the exercise helps.
Back to veg, try the forum on http://www.allotment-garden.org/ for any queries.
Back to the guitar, don't see or listen to Richard Thompson. He's brilliant, but makes you want to stop trying to play.
Very good yesterday, with only a couple of cans of beer and half a bottle of wine. But had after the same tonight just dipped briefly into the Tequila
you got any of that rum left?
...or even some Tequila
(thirsty but WAY too lazy to put kettle on)
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