You can only change ONE letter, AND/OR rearrange the letters currently available. The first word is:
We have the luxury to have every day weekly market just 5-10 bicycle minutes away. And we have some big farms around here who have a
at every edge of the streets. There you can get every thing (more or less) organic. From vegetables over meat to wallpapers.
Michael, that place looks like a lot of fun as well as having great food. Gesine, you're lucky. We live in farming country but the best food is always exported and we are left with the dregs. Sometimes you can get a bargain, but you have to search around here. Some of the roadside places have poor quality food for store prices. I found a cheaper place about three quarters of an hour from here, and I try to go there every time I have a medical appointment in that town.
Sadly, truly organic food is sold at
prices, so it's a challenge. Best to grow your own if you can.
I will,be true. I don't buy everything in ogranic markets. We love to eat fish fingers (I'm not sure about the right expression). And I don't have the time to go to organic markets every day. We behave just positive to organic food. But can't effort to get it for every day.
And I can't find a four letter word to integrate it in my
for fish fingers, that's fine by me. One has to have something to go with the vegetables.
Dez, that's a pity that so many roadside places try to sell food of lower quality. They should realise that customers won't happyly come back to them.
Fish fingers are tasty, but potatoes or noodles or tofu also go well with veges and make us full.
like Mimi wouldn't like vegetarian food, though. The chief of our household always loudly asks for meat.
I'm rather fond of a good, warming, winter
I can't say anything against this
to your happyness.
Kevin, other vegetables go with vegetables. And gravy. That's always nice.
Gesine, I understand completely. I want to be vegan, but right now I'm just not getting there. Having a carnivore in the house is taking its toll, I'm afraid. And while I love organic, I simply settle for what I can get or what is cheapest (if money is an issue) more often than not.
Michael, the places I refer to are on the highway, and passing travellers are their main trade. People assume that the stuff is fresh from the farm, but in many cases it isn't. So they aren't reliant on return customers.
Stew is good in winter, and I have started liking hearty minestrone as well.
hair on your chest!
I wonder what good a
of hair is on places which are rarely publicly shown.
I'm not sure I want to pursue that conversation!
The sound of a conversational topic going down the plughole.
Hope someone pulled the
I run away from that conversation like a
snug doesn't work.
So I stick you here with
Gesine did a bad thing and changed two letters. In Australian slang terms, she made a
because that glue was a bad thing I am still
to run at full snug warp speed...
No, no, no, snug was changing two letters of the word plug. My english is not very elegant but I can identify letters. So I got on with plug as last word given.
And the glue was bad?? I will complain to the vendor he tells me a
about it. He called it magic glue...
Oh - so Michael caused it! I didn't see that. LOL I will have to make a
on Michael for that.
Oh, then it was a bad snug. It didn't do
enough on its housekeeping.
I accidentally banged my hand yesterday and now I have a
Get well soon.
to the doctor with it?
Yes, if it's real, maybe you should
your way to medical help. How did you do it?
I hope it
See how we all gang up on you to
you to a doctor?