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From: "Anne Heafield" <>
Subject: Re: Win a trip to Cork, Ireland!
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 09:23:04 +1100
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>>> I have never been to Ireland but after living next door to a lady
>>> from Belfast I am not surprised - she is the worst cook I have ever
>>> met in my life!! I used to shudder everytime she brought in some of
>>> her "home cooked meals" -
>>
>> There are bad cooks in every country. And most peoples idea of good
>> food seems to involve factories doing most of the work these days.
>
> A lot also depends on what foods you grew up with. My grandmother was
> from the Southern U.S., as a result we grew up on Southern dishes, most of
> which I had to give up. Lots of artery clogging going on in those meals.
> So you may not like cooking from other parts of the world.
>

Some of the best food have eaten whether homemade, restaurant or pub was on
our trip to Northern Ireland.

Anne, Melbourne



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