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From: "Ian Hunter" <>
Subject: RE: Food, food, glorious food
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 12:21:19 -0000
Well, I think people have got it wrong nowadays. The Diet Police are
My mother's line is primarily that of ag. labs. and, admittedly, some
died in childhood (poor Hercules I & II), but those that survived lived
to a ripe old age (Hercules III). I'm talking about the 18th & 19th
centuries and I doubt that they worried about what they ate. I'd imagine
they'd eat what was put in front of them.
Anyone got a kebab?
Ian Pubby Hunter
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From: patricia salter [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: Food, food, glorious food
I remember as a child absolutely loving bread and butter slices dipped
brown sugar, I would have 5 or 6 slices at a time....and didnt put on an
ounce. Can you imagine eating that now? The things we used to eat
so fattening, and yet there wasnt as much need for diets back in those
as far as I remember. Have we got it wrong nowadays, and maybe we
go back to the old recipes!
PS BTW and slightly OT I'm still researching HARRIS in Woodford, lol.
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