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More On Milk . . .

With the post second world war emphasis on rebuilding the economy of the country, all things natural and home produced were promoted heavily. From beef to lamb, chicken to eggs, all were re-invented, re-packaged and sold through the medium of the … Continue reading

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Welsh Rarebit

Cheese on Toast There are many examples of cheese on toast throughout the world, some good, some bad, some wonderful. I have had a love affair with cheese on toast for as long as I can remember. From the deliciously simple … Continue reading

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Get Off Your Horse And Drink Your Milk!

Did You Know . . . St. Brigid is the patron saint of dairymaids. The English word ‘dairy’ was originally dey-ery where dey, in Middle English meant a woman servant. Fresh milk and butter were not very popular in either Rome or … Continue reading

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