Linda, Lola, Chatty, Dotsie,
I don't know about that Marmite? I love some of Linda's English
food but there some, as I tried to explain to her, that isn't
natural to the American culture. I mean some things you grow
up with and/or they're an acquired taste. She thinks we eat too much cheesy stuff on our food. The first word I said as a baby was cheese, as I pointed to the butter. Those two items are still my first love, though I keep them within reason. My adoptive mother and grandmother always ate smoked herring on New Year's Eve: They believed that tradition brought good luck. I love smoked herring. I don't know about for breakfast, but at night it's great! Still, that marmite stuff????? I don't know. Linda ate mussels when we went to lunch. I never had a mussel in my life, or veal, or lamb, etc. But I'm a product of my raising! LOL..
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