Weather beaten list

Thanks to Bert, from Peterborough, England, for another orphaned list he rescued, to give it a new home on my blog. Thank you, Bert (aka Peter).

This one poses a few difficulties in the deciphering department. I’ll leave most of it to you super-sleuths, but I claim Mozzaral as mine. I’m willing to share the Satsumers though. That reminds me of a sign I saw in a fruit and vegetable shop in Dismal Swamp. They were offering Pommy Granits. I never see those for sale without a flash back to that sign.

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So, what do you think of this list? I’m off to put some mozzaral on my pizza.


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39 responses to “Weather beaten list

  1. I would have to decipher that one BEFORE my weehoursofthemorning margarita!

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  2. Bert

    Diem3 has obviously looked very Caerphilly at the shopping list. But Stiltons of good puns left. It’s a Feta complit.

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  3. You all are Sharp and have figured it all out! Sue is Gouda at this! I applaud her! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Sounds like someone is going to make some cheesy, spicey potatoes! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ I’m not big on cheese…so hand me a banana! ๐Ÿ˜‰ HA! ๐Ÿ˜€
    That I couldn’t figure some of this list out doesn’t make me feel Bleu. ๐Ÿ™‚
    I’m really Fondue of this grocery list! Can’t get much Cheddar than this one! ๐Ÿ˜€
    HUGS!!! ๐Ÿ™‚


    • Argh! My apologies, I have been flat to the floorboards busy this last while, and missed your carefully honed reply. Well, butter late than never.

      It’s a good thing Bert was late to the party and alerted me.

      Be good, or bad, whichever suits the situation. ๐Ÿ™‚ โค

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  4. I’ve read all the comments above and I too have no idea about the cheese situation. What I do know is the author of this list has an infatuation with apostrophes and uses them where he/she shouldn’t. Gaaah! It’s driving me crazy.

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  5. I think Sue pretty much figured it out. But there ARE shaved cheeses, usually parmesan or Romano, but this seems to be some sort of Mexican feast, so I think we’re looking for a Mexican cheese, but I could be wrong. As for Satsumers, I got a chuckle out of that!

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  6. And I thought my hand writing was bad!

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  7. Sue’s and your deciphering is excellent! I have just spent an inordinate amount of time going through the Tesco online shopper’s list of 526 varieties of cheeses. At a stretch it could start with Smo – but the rest goes up in smoke. It’s not the Laughing Cow at any rate – although by now the cow could well be laughing!

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  8. 12 jacket potatoes is quite a lot!

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  9. What a lovely word “satsumers”. He, I think it is he, had been in a hurry writing the list, and he is sure he can read his own handwriting .

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  10. Sue has done well. And here was me thinking the Flora was to fill the vases ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. I thought it might be ‘smoky’ or something like that also, Sue.


  12. Love doing this!
    Uses Tesco Supermarket. List written in a hurry, untidy writing with no organisation.
    You already know most of these.
    Satsuma (small orange)
    Tortilla chilli flavour
    Flora margarine (butter substitute)
    Crushed chillies in a jar.
    White vinegar (for homemade cleaning recipe perhaps)
    Scones to have with afternoon tea.

    Cannot work out the cheeses! I thought it began Si but if so it’s the only I that is dotted! Terrible handwriting so could be anything! Sliced cheese, Smoked cheese, Slimmer cheese!
    Hope someone else works it out.

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