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Swiss National Day today. :swiss:

That's why there's a 1st August brunch for everyone (@TinyLove_CJ can have some of it after she has cleaned the windows, she knows what I'm talking about :yes:):

 

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I think that should be enough. :biggrin2:

 

En Guete!

 

if you don't understand "En Guete", have a look at the video :wink2:.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Prisca said:

Swiss National Day today. :swiss:

That's why there's a 1st August brunch for everyone (@TinyLove_CJ can have some of it after she has cleaned the windows, she knows what I'm talking about :yes:):

 

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I think that should be enough. :biggrin2:

 

En Guete!

 

if you don't understand "En Guete", have a look at the video :wink2:.

 

 

It's also my wedding anniversary :lmfao:

My husband remembered it for the first time since we got married :jawdrop:well he didn't know if it was today or tomorrow :lmfao:

Not that he planned anything but he was watching internet and he saw people saying they got married in August which reminded him he might have too :lmfao:

We don't celebrate anyway but that food comes in handy because I don't feel like cooking today. Do you deliver? :naughty:

Happy national day to you Prisca :hug:

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4 minutes ago, crazyaboutmika said:

It's also my wedding anniversary

Happy wedding anniversary! :hug:

 

5 minutes ago, crazyaboutmika said:

Do you deliver?

Sure, here you are:

 

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5 hours ago, Prisca said:

@TinyLove_CJ can have some of it after she has cleaned the windows, she knows what I'm talking about :yes:

The windows are all clean now! So I hope there's plenty of food left for me!

 

It looks delicious 😋 

 

Happy Swiss National Day!

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10 hours ago, crazyaboutmika said:

It's also my wedding anniversary :lmfao:

My husband remembered it for the first time since we got married :jawdrop:well he didn't know if it was today or tomorrow :lmfao:

Not that he planned anything but he was watching internet and he saw people saying they got married in August which reminded him he might have too :lmfao:

We don't celebrate anyway but that food comes in handy because I don't feel like cooking today. Do you deliver? :naughty:

Happy national day to you Prisca :hug:

Happy anniversary! Dare we ask how many years? :yay:

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Swiss National Day and it's also Yorkshire Day! (Where I'm from!)

 

Can't believe I forgot. 

 

To celebrate God's own Country here is our national dish, Yorkshire puddings! 

 

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And if you're feeling extra fancy why not try a Yorkshire pudding wrap? It's basically a whole Sunday roast inside a Yorkshire pudding!

 

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and for dessert an ice cream filled Yorkshire pudding with chocolate sauce! :licks_lips:

 

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30 minutes ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

Swiss National Day and it's also Yorkshire Day! (Where I'm from!)

 

Can't believe I forgot. 

 

To celebrate God's own Country here is our national dish, Yorkshire puddings! 

 

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And if you're feeling extra fancy why not try a Yorkshire pudding wrap? It's basically a whole Sunday roast inside a Yorkshire pudding!

 

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and for dessert an ice cream filled Yorkshire pudding with chocolate sauce! :licks_lips:

 

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Happy national day to you :hug:

I just had scrambled eggs but this makes me hungry again :licks_lips:

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56 minutes ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

Swiss National Day and it's also Yorkshire Day! (Where I'm from!)

 

Can't believe I forgot. 

 

To celebrate God's own Country here is our national dish, Yorkshire puddings! 

 

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And if you're feeling extra fancy why not try a Yorkshire pudding wrap? It's basically a whole Sunday roast inside a Yorkshire pudding!

 

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and for dessert an ice cream filled Yorkshire pudding with chocolate sauce! :licks_lips:

 

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 I'm in East Yorkshire and had no idea! 

*snaffles puddings in gravy* These are veggie, right? 

 

Dessert: Yorkshire pudding and golden syrup. :licks_lips:

 

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18 hours ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

So I hope there's plenty of food left for me!

I organised a lot of food. So there should have been something left over for you, I hope. :sweatdrop:

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11 hours ago, Hero said:

Happy Swiss National Day! :yay::swiss:

Time for music! 

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Or this typical Swiss music. :glasses:

 

 

I know I'm a day late in introducing Swiss music. :sweatdrop:

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10 hours ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

Swiss National Day and it's also Yorkshire Day! (Where I'm from!)

 

Can't believe I forgot. 

 

To celebrate God's own Country here is our national dish, Yorkshire puddings! 

 

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And if you're feeling extra fancy why not try a Yorkshire pudding wrap? It's basically a whole Sunday roast inside a Yorkshire pudding!

 

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and for dessert an ice cream filled Yorkshire pudding with chocolate sauce! :licks_lips:

 

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Looks delicious. :licks_lips:

 

Thanks. :flowers2:

 

Happy belated Yorkshire Day! :yay:

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9 hours ago, Hero said:

*snaffles puddings in gravy* These are veggie, right?

So veggie :lol3:

 

Happy belated Swiss and Yorkshire day! I always thought “en guete” was written “a guette”, good to know the correct spelling (which also helps with pronunciation… most of the times, but not always :aah:)

Had my first homemade Yorkshire pudding last Christmas! They are scrumptious, can be eaten both sweet and savoury, right? @Heroand @TinyLove_CJ? I had mine with the gravy, since it was a roast dinner :yes: (yes that was my first ever roast dinner, I was STUFFED let me tell you!!)

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1 hour ago, holdingyourdrink said:

Happy belated Swiss and Yorkshire day! I always thought “en guete” was written “a guette”, good to know the correct spelling (which also helps with pronunciation… most of the times, but not always :aah:)

Well, "En guete" is dialect and thus has no actual spelling. I guess you can write it however you want. :wink2:

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2 hours ago, holdingyourdrink said:

They are scrumptious, can be eaten both sweet and savoury, right?

A Yorkshire pudding mix is pretty much the same as a pancake mix so eating them as a sweet treat isn't really that strange. 

 

12 hours ago, silver said:

Dessert = parkin

Love parkin! It's becoming harder to find though where I live 🙁

 

Love it as a cake or a biscuit, here are some traditional Yorkshire parkin pigs!

 

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and Yorkshire Brack cake! (Fruit cake usually soaked in tea)

 

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1 hour ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

A Yorkshire pudding mix is pretty much the same as a pancake mix so eating them as a sweet treat isn't really that strange. 

This. You can have it with Golden Syrup, or with jam, or fruit, just like any pancake topping. 

1 hour ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

 

Love parkin! It's becoming harder to find though where I live 🙁

 

Love it as a cake or a biscuit, here are some traditional Yorkshire parkin pigs!

 

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I've only ever seen Parkin as a cake. The Cooplands bakers in town sell it, usually in packs of 4 squares. Are those not gingerbread piggies? Very cute. 

1 hour ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

and Yorkshire Brack cake! (Fruit cake usually soaked in tea)

 

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Yuck! Sorry, can't stand fruit cake. Unless it's Soreen malt loaf, that's yummy. :yes:

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2 hours ago, Hero said:

I've only ever seen Parkin as a cake. The Cooplands bakers in town sell it, usually in packs of 4 squares. Are those not gingerbread piggies? Very cute. 

My local butchers used to sell homemade parkin cake but recently stopped selling it due to low demand :crybaby:

 

Maybe parkin biscuits are a West Yorkshire thing? They've always been called parkin pigs to me 😅. There is another local shop near me that sell giant parkin "cookies", but I guess there just giant ginger biscuits. 

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2 hours ago, TinyLove_CJ said:

Maybe parkin biscuits are a West Yorkshire thing? They've always been called parkin pigs to me 

Could be, just looked online and they seem to be from the Keighley area. 

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