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September 11, 2009

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Josie

perfect timing with the stew recipe - hubby had tinned irish stew the other day and said it was rubbish so I said I would look on the internet for a recipe!
there's an award for you on my blog!
Josie x

tracey brass

Wow! I'm so glad you found me! Thanks for the comment......I love your kitchen, your vintage stuff, your cooking, your humour & your BLOG!!!! I'll be back.....Tracey XXX

Twiggy

Some lovely finds there, what a pretty crochet hook. The cooker is just perfect for the cottage, looks very happy there:)
Twiglet said on our walk to school yesterday, do you think the sheep is still in Pams garden ??!!! That boy forgets nothing :) Have a lovely weekend.
Twiggy x

pam flynn


Hi Tracy, nice to mmet you. I wanted to add you to my bloglist but can't remember your url. Will you send it to me please. Best wishes...Pam

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Lorraine

Oh I am so glad you have posted that recipe, my Dad used to make it for us when I was young. You've just reminded me. I can't wait to try it!
Such lovely finds and as to the little crochet hook, it is gorgeous!
Your kitchen is lovely and the cooker is just perfect for it!

Betty

Your finds are great, as usual. I love your new chandelier...you did a fantastic job! And, your kitchen looks adorable (is that an okay word to describe a kitchen? If it isn't, it ought to be.)

Thanks for sharing the Irish Stew recipe. Since I'm not much of a cook, I'll leave out all the ingredients except whatever turns into alcohol...cheers!

Colleen

Oh, everything looks amazing! And yummy...and pretty..and cool...and WonDerFUl!

kimme

What a fab "lucky dip"! The vintage hook is lovely :)

The Irish stew looks so yummy! I am going to write down
the recipe and make it for my grandmother when I go home.

I like the Chandy. Those little cups worked out so well.
I don't see as many of them at the markets as I did before..
I am sure they are still out there... just have to look :)

hugs~kimme

Elise

Love it ! I have a teacup light too ! Oh WOW, this is a great post & you have the most gorgeous site here. I had to stop by to leave this comment for you – and to say hello of course ! Your posts are creative and original and you have interesting pictures. It's all perfect ! Thank you for sharing your site and best wishes....

Kay Flynn-The Wrought Iron Gate

Love that emerald green doily and fancy crochet hook. I'm green with envy! You always seem to be in the right place at the right time. Cute, cute cooker story, and it's just right for your cottage kitchen.

Irish stew is a fall/winter staple at our house. My recipe (compliments of my Mother-in-Law's files. I never knew her...she died before we met) is very similar, but I add a bay leaf. Am I allowed to alter a traditional recipe by introducing my own ingredient? What fun to have your tea underneath the tea cups.

Best Wishes,
Kay

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