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  1. The General

    Oven cleaning

    The first of many random posts coming up no doubt! In our new place, got a lovely oven but needs a clean! Local suggestions with rough cost would be lovely! I tried Cookerburra but they wanted 84 quid which I thought was a touch expensive! I'd say 50-60 is more reasonable! Cheers Kev
  2. Davros

    Oven Repair

    Does anyone know anyone or could recommend anyone that does repairs on Electric Ovens? The power tripped when i was cooking the other day, and now the oven doesnt heat, although the grill still works (as does the fan), so at least the whole thing isn't buggered, which i guess means that a...
  3. Cricko

    How to cook the Christmas Turkey

    Buy a turkey & a bottle of vodka. Pour yourself a glass of vodka & put the turkey in the oven. take another 2 drinks of vodka & set the oven at 375...have 3 more vodkas & turn the oven on. Take 4 vods of drinky & turk the bastey. Stick a turkey in the thermometer & glass yourself a pour of...
  4. WWII in photos - incredible website

    http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/ww2.html I'm not a particularly big history/war buff, but this website is breathtaking. Just a few pics... Symbolic of the defense of Sevastopol, Crimea, is this Russian girl sniper, Lyudmila Pavlichenko, who, by the end of the war, had killed a confrimed...
  5. BLUEBLOOD

    Memory Lane On this day ... 7th April

    With thanks as ever to http://www.sufcdb.co.uk/index.php As you can see we have a pretty decent record on this day in history but for me one match stands out from all others, probably one of the most notable league results in our history. As a mere youngster i was only at the last 5 of these...
  6. BLUEBLOOD

    Memory Lane On this day ... 10th March

    Plenty of memories for me here, notably anti-hero Tilsons first goal for the club verses champions-elect Wolves, i'm sure this is the game where Paul Clark destroyed Steve Bull in the first 5 minutes escaped with a booking and rendered the usually lethal Bull a mere passenger, a 2-2 at Blackburn...
  7. BLUEBLOOD

    Memory Lane On this day

    As ever huge thanks to Robin Michels worldy site ... http://www.sufcdb.co.uk/index.php Not a great record on 9th March as you can see, but i must make mention of the Gills match seeing as we played them yesterday, we went up in that 89/90 season, i'd like to think the class of 2011 could do...
  8. News story of the year!

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/tv/2990742/DIY-SOS-host-Nick-Knowles-burns-willy-on-oven-while-nude-baking.html "The DIY SOS host, 47, then tried rubbing it with butter before plunging it into a pint of iced Pimms":D
  9. DoDTS

    Memory Lane Episode No 8 Season 1931-32

    This Episode was printed in the Southend v Gillingham programme. Extracts from "The Forgotten Years of the Kursaal" by Peter William Baker No. 8 THE UNBEATEN RUN JUST KEEPS ON GOING Southend the only unbeaten club in the Football League having won eight and drawn five of their thirteen...
  10. DoDTS

    Memory Lane Episode No 7 Season 1931-32

    Here's Episode No. 7 of Season 1931-32 as was printed in the Southend v Bristol Rovers programme, I hope I haven't overdosed you all. Extracts from "The Forgotten Years of the Kursaal" by Peter William Baker No. 7 THE BIGGEST ATTRACTION IN THE THIRD DIVISION Record gates at Clapton Orient...
  11. DoDTS

    Memory Lane Episode No 5 Season 1931-32

    I'm not sure how these episodes are going down but here's the fifth episode of season 1931-32 as was printed in the Oldham programme. No. 5 IMPRESSIVE AWAY POOR AT HOME Southend, despite poor showings at the Kursaal had been very impressive on their travels and were top of the Third Division...
  12. Napster

    SUFC Eleven

    Of most appearances for the Blues Sansome 357 Bentley 419 Anderson 483 Moody 506 Clark 357 Mckinven 306 Pountney 403 Maher 382 Tilson 275 Donoven 332 McDonough 264 Average - 371 apps I don't know positions of Billy Moore, Jimmy Lawler, Arthur Williamson, Tom Dixon- if they're a forward they...
  13. DoDTS

    Memory Lane Episode No 1 Season 1931-32

    As I have posted previously I have an article printed in every official programme this season telling the story of Season 1931-32 in 23 episides. It has been pointed out to me that not everybody attendes every match and not everyone buys a programme, so I thought I would post them here again if...
  14. Ron Manager

    Brisbane vs St George

    Cold stubbies in the fridge? Check. Four And Twenty Pies warming in the oven for half time? Check. Big screen TV turned to Channel 9? Check Here we go, huge NRL Finals game tonight. Come On You Broncos! Meanwhile I'm getting more Aussie every day, oh well...when in Rome and all that.
  15. OldBlueLady

    Revelling in it 27/8/09

    Got this this morning, surprised not to see anyone else posted it while I've been at work today. Nice to see some recognition for the fans at Hull :clap: Revelling In It This week starring: Simon ‘Swampy’ Francis Lee ‘ASBO’ Sawyer Alan ‘Play it cool’ McCormack Lee ‘Porcelain’ Barnard...
  16. Moussa - is he good enough?

    Moose aint ready? I keep seeing on this board WTF??????????:stunned: Do you have to put the lad in an oven and bake him at the right temp or summit like that?????? This has got to be the most ridiculous assement of one of our most promising players....... like the Alan Hansen "You can't...
  17. TrueBlue

    Perfect Steak

    The perfect steak The grill chefs from I'm Angus restaurant, Sydney, share the secret of the perfect steak with you. Choosing the right cut of meat is essential: Fillet, Rump or Sirloin, Porterhouse or T-bone are all excellent for pan cooking or char-grilling, depending on your personal...
  18. DTS

    Dave's cooking corner -Week Three.

    Morning All, Week three of the niche post that is Dave's cooking corner. Past weeks we have had the delights of Dave's Oven Rissotto and Gnocchi Pie.....This week is... SHERRY PRAWNS WITH CHORIZO Difficulty level = Easy Cookng time = 10 Mins INGREDIENTS * Two table spoons of Olive Oil *...
  19. DTS

    My last nights meal was a farce !!!

    Wednesday nights I play football down at a college in Portslade which is 7.30-8.30 - Really enjoyable and helps to keep me fit. Mrs DtS and I have a sort of unwritten agreement that I call her as I am leaving the pitch and she starts my evening meal. Recent efforts have included Chicken...
  20. DTS

    Dave's cooking corner -Week One.

    Right lads, Now MK Shrimper is back with his Mrs and with a number of you having dating related issues of late I have decided to pass on my skills as a master swordsmen onto you all. The key I think is to cook for your partner to be. In the new series Dave's cooking corner (Part one probably...
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