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Bit of a busy week ahead of me. I'm currently in Aberdeen, at a workshop for one of the projects I'm involved with. Got up here late yesterday evening after a largely uneventful flight. Doesn't look like I'll have any spare time to meet up with local folk, which is a pity.

Anyway, here until Wednesday evening, when I head back to Bath. It looks as though I'll be taking at least a half day off work on Thursday, since ias and I are going to be doing a fair bit of cooking for our Almost Burns Night Supper that evening. We're making our own haggis, following ias's grandfather's recipe. Rather large volumes are involved, since we're feeding twenty. We seem to have enough potatoes and turnips to feed an army.

Finally, on Friday we're off up to Cheshire to see ias's grandfather, which will be a nice break.


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I'm hoping to make the haggis tonight, so we'll just need to reheat on Thursday (and also so we can sample it on Wednesday and rush out for shop bought if I've cocked it up).

Gah. Slip of the fingers. Still haven't got used to the idea that neither of us live in Bath.

Ahhh, haggis :) yum yum yum

You're more than welcome to drop in at the weekend for a break if you want, just give us a call to make sure we're in.

That's a possible - could drop in on the way back. Shall consult the Oracle.

Not sure if we'll be able to drop in as they'll expect us to stay for Sunday lunch and then we ahve to drive back via n. London to drop my sister off somewhere at a decent time for her to travel across to SE London and still be able to get up at 5.45 the next morning to travel to SW London (or Surbiton as we prefer to call it). Haven't looked at the map yet, but it looks like about 6 hours of driving :(

However, have got the invitation and we'd love to come on the 11th, so what we could do is bring up an offering of haggis then?

Myself and Caroline are planning to come.

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