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My granddad bought me this in the early 1980s. Exactly this style. I used to love refilling it.

Cadbury – Mini chocolate vending machine I wanted one of these as a kid. But mum said once you have eaten all the mini bars of chocolate you couldn't get any more:( she was totally lying.

Just made this rice pudding and it was AMAZING! So creamy :-) Was ready in 2 hours

Slow Cooker Rice Pudding In preheated slow cooker, pour all ingredients in. Stir after 1 hour. Cook 8 hours on low, 4 hours on high. cups milk cup sugar cup butter 1 rounded cup rice 1 Tsp cinnamon or a stick 1 tsp nutmeg

too dangerous now. Apparently

Playground rocking horse, another of my favourite playground apparatuses.

Bread Pudding recipe. My Mum made the best bread pudding ever, she used suet instead of butter as in this recipe, I remember the wonderful smell of the spices that filled the kitchen. Traditionally made to use up stale bread. I think I will make one soon, doubt if it will be as good as hers though

My Mum made the best bread pudding ever, she used suet instead of butter as in this recipe, I remember the wonderful smell of the spices that filled the kitchen. Traditionally made to use up stale bread. I think I will make one soon,

The Black and White Minstrel Show - we hadn't heard of PC in those days!

The Black and White Minstrel Show - the highlight of Saturday night telly!

In the United Kingdom, Farley's Rusks are a dry biscuit dating from the 1880s, but manufactured by Heinz since 1994. They are usually given to infants, either soaked in milk and mashed up, or in their original hard form as a teething aid. They have a cult following among university students. Study found 100g of Farley's Original Rusks contained more sugar than 100g of chocolate biscuits. (all my sister and brothers had these when they were little)

Previous pinner: Study found of Farley's Original Rusks contained more sugar than of chocolate biscuits. (all my sister and brothers had these when they were little)

Remember any of these? Old fashioned sweet shop in Rye High Street, East Sussex, UK. There is always a queue! I love sherbert lemons By B Lowe

Remember any of these? Old fashioned sweet shop in Rye High Street, East Sussex, UK. There is always a queue! I love sherbert lemons (photo by me)

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