What do you remember for Sunday Afternoon tea?

  Noels 16:51 04 May 2008
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Pikelets, Muffins toasted infront of a coke fire?
In about late 1940's brains on toast, roes on toast, tinned peaches,whatever your mum could get hold of to make Sunday tea special. I think all Mums tried!
Not just the 1940's wot do you member?
Regards
Noels

  Noels 16:56 04 May 2008

Remember
Noels.

  gardener 16:57 04 May 2008

Tinned peaches and horrible condensed milk when we were forced to go to my Gran's on a Sunday, I can still taste it now!

  Noels 17:03 04 May 2008

i'd forgotten the condensed milk.
Tinned peaches yes, but under the circumstances they did their best? today we have it easy.
Regards
Noels

  gardener 17:13 04 May 2008

Yes we do have it easy. My Gran lived almost at the coalface in a Yorkshire mining town and her family were dirt poor but she always made sure we ate well (apart from the condensed milk). Somewhat humbling really, bless her.

  peg 17:15 04 May 2008

with the cliff Adams singers, nearly as bad as condensed milk. cold meat sandwiches and bed early for school in the morning.

  Noels 17:20 04 May 2008

We lived at Selby and York for many years when first married.
What memories, Pork butchers, pigs trotters, for Saturday nights suppers.
Regards
Noels.

  Noels 17:24 04 May 2008

The Cliff Adams singers. Almost as old as coke?
Regards
Noels

  Al94 17:45 04 May 2008

Prunes and semolina at my Gran's - damaged me for life!

  gardener 17:53 04 May 2008

Cliff Adams Singers damaged me for life... I suffer from depression, now I know why.

  peg 17:55 04 May 2008

I can see this turning into The four Yorkshire men sketch. "Prunes and semolina you were lucky" :~)

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