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Old Lincolnian
61 of 63  Sun 23rd Nov 2014 6:53pm  
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62 of 63  Mon 24th Nov 2014 2:03am  
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Old Linc., they call it Omega 3 today, no matter what shape or form it comes in, supposed to be good for you. Happy As for biting it #^*! yuk !
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63 of 63  Mon 24th Nov 2014 12:24pm  
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Christmas time. Chestnuts lined up close to coal fire. As soon as one popped would be eaten dipped in salt and a raw nut took its place by the fire. Large onions placed directly on hot coals, left for about ten minutes then eaten. Finger lickin' good. Spuds cooked same way then split and a knob of war time Stork margarine pushed to the centre. War time Stork, stepmother called it axle grease, probably a fitting description. Norman.
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