Friday, August 13, 2010

I'm Cooking

...Gashouse eggs, a/k/a "toad in the hole." Back soon!


John Peddie (Toronto) said...

"toad in the hole"

Can't help noticing another of your British expressions-haven't heard that one in years.

Must be some very strong family ties to the UK-more than you've let on.


Roberta X said...

No as far as I know -- the Harris branch (maternal grandmother) were mostly ex-Brits, with a smidgen of Red Injun and a bit more Northern Indiana German Farmer stock, and I am a mild Anglophile; I was even a member of the Radio Society of Great Britain.

Motly, collect and borrow words and turns of phrase. It adds flavour!