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January 17, 2012
4:02 pm
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Portland, OR
Gnoll
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Can I just say, I LOVE grocery shopping.

 

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January 18, 2012
2:40 am
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Halifax, UK
Gnoll
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That's a good haul! It looks very much like my shopping - needs more eggs 🙂

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January 18, 2012
1:02 pm
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Oohhh I've always got eggs stocked in my fridge 😀  nom nom nom

January 18, 2012
2:01 pm
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Halifax, UK
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Eggs are nature's multi-vitamin.

I think we're quite lucky in the UK - I read about Kerrygold being the darling of paleo butter and actually struggled to find it here. We do have all manner of pastured butter in our supermarkets. I have found Kerrygold now, and it is a nice butter. Being a Yorkshire lad (that's a county in the UK, practically a country, certainly a State ... in mind), Yorkshire butter fits the bill and tends to be a little creamier. I buy that, Kerrygold and Isigny from northern France - now, that is a nice butter! Have a read when Wiki is unblacked: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beurre_d'Isigny

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January 25, 2012
12:44 pm
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Paul:

You've got a much better selection of artisanal butter in Europe than we do.  Here it's pretty much "anonymous mass production" or Kerrygold, imported at great cost.

brynn:

Throw that in a skillet (or perhaps an oven, for the prime rib roast) and you've got dinner.  Yum!

JS

January 25, 2012
1:26 pm
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Halifax, UK
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I'll twist the knife a little more, then … just a little something I found this week.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-7rvbQwW_6mY/TxxsmDkhKYI/AAAAAAAAQ_4/3HGuIs0my6Q/s800/DSCF4857.JPG

http://www.yeovalleyorganic.co.uk/

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January 29, 2012
9:22 am
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Yummy.

In the spirit of the hunt,
Rob

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