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    Im loving the weather at the moment. Not only for the lo's but ive got a gammon joint slow cooking n i need to escape the delicious smell lol

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    lol!

    It's been lovely to be able to leave the back door open & for me to be able to stand outside without having to clutch a hot cup of coffee in an attempt to keep warm!

    The poor cat is completely confused by it. He goes outside, then sees the door is open so comes back in. Then sees the door is open so goes back out...

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    I know that feeling the slow cooker is my best friend and worst enemy

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    I want it now lol

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    We've been loving going out our local park now that the weathers a bit warmer. I feel this is one of the best parts of our job which changes with the seasons - going to groups in the winter but getting a bit bored with them by Spring!

    The slow cooker has been doing overtime this Winter and the smell drives me to eat more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by funemnx View Post
    We've been loving going out our local park now that the weathers a bit warmer. I feel this is one of the best parts of our job which changes with the seasons - going to groups in the winter but getting a bit bored with them by Spring!

    The slow cooker has been doing overtime this Winter and the smell drives me to eat more!
    It was worth the wait luckily lol

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    Been loving it too, it's amazing how much a bit of sun cheers everyone up even if it's still cool.!

    MMm gammon... Yum!

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    It's been such an effort getting anyone outside - even for the park, although once we're there it's been a different story lol - but wow, what a difference a couple of warmer good weather days made!

    Live by my slow cooker, love the homely comforting smells, and makes life so much easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddleywinks View Post
    It's been such an effort getting anyone outside - even for the park, although once we're there it's been a different story lol - but wow, what a difference a couple of warmer good weather days made!

    Live by my slow cooker, love the homely comforting smells, and makes life so much easier
    Im getting better with my slow cooker and even more now ive discovered how yummy meat is when its cooked in fruit juice too. But while the smell is extremely homely and pleasant it makes me so flippin hungry lol

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    And today we're back to the rain with the door shut & the heating on

    I think I need a slow cooker!

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    I have a digital pressure cooker - it's brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by k1rstie View Post
    I have a digital pressure cooker - it's brilliant
    Ooh lucky you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k1rstie View Post
    I have a digital pressure cooker - it's brilliant
    So this one you can turn on in advance?

 

 

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