[LMB] Lois-Bujold Digest, Vol 76, Issue 90

Carol Cooper carolcooper at shaw.ca
Mon Sep 26 15:56:51 BST 2011

Elizabeth carabine wrote
> Iestyn wrote
> >Interesting: my experience (first generation Australian of
> >Scots/Welsh heritage) reverses that. Our Fudge is a crumbly texture,
> >while the Tablet, or Scottish Tablet is a soft very sweet light
> >colored substance imported from Scottish makers.
> Pity you couldn't have been in Calgary with us, it would have made for an
> interesting conversation between the Scots, the Welsh and the Scottish
> Welsh.
> The best tablet sort of crumbles and dissolves in the mouth. It's harder
> than fudge but not brittle. When I find a good supplier once I get home
> I'll send you a sample and you can let me know what you think.
Oh dear, Elizabeth, we managed to start another culinary discussion!
Hey, we had Irish representation at our micro-con too - I'm quarter Irish,
and Rachael was born in Ireland on St. Patrick's Day, no less!  Just guess
how here birthday parties were themed when she was a kid.


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