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21st Aug 2006, 11:15   | tags:,,,

OJ says:

I spy Helen in Harvey Nicks...

21st Aug 2006, 11:19

Joe says:

buying Prada no doubt...

I love going into that shop, because the security guards follow me around.

21st Aug 2006, 11:21

Steve says:

"Bah Baaaaa" sorry that was an incorrect guess.

(Helen correct, location wrong)

21st Aug 2006, 11:21

Steve says:

We did go to Harvey Nicks later to try and buy Gnochi, they let us down :(

21st Aug 2006, 11:22

Gael says:

good shot - I hate gnochi (and polenta)

21st Aug 2006, 11:27

Steve says:

!!!!!! Gnochi is divine, it's even stodgier than pasta!

As for polenta, I hear that women should eat it after they give birth...

21st Aug 2006, 11:30

MaggieD says:

.... with a nice little chianti ......
love the pic....

21st Aug 2006, 17:28

Steve says:

Thanks Maggie

21st Aug 2006, 18:09

Viv says:

i like this

24th Aug 2006, 02:47

mat says:

I *heart* gnocchi. Although I don't much enjoy making it, for some reason.

That recipe (which is missing garlic but otherwise sounds good) calls for kosher salt? I'm intrigued as to how that differs from the standard crystalline arrangement of sodium and chlorine..? It's not like you have to farm or slaughter anything to get salt, it pretty much just falls out of the sea or is scraped off a rock.. my wikipedia isn't broken, ignore me

24th Aug 2006, 04:14

Steve says:

Thanks for the recipe, sounds like a lot of hassle when fresh Gnochi is so cheap/good. But on occassions when only Gnochi will do and no one is selling then it may well be my savior.

That was some mighty fine rambling Mat. I didn't know that about the salt and it was nice to get such info with my breakfast.

24th Aug 2006, 08:31

Viv says:

yep another piece of information gleaned from moblog

24th Aug 2006, 11:40

shark says:

Well, that's Skipton Building Society on Bond Street.

I'd suggest it's that jewellers next to Pret. Or the wedding dress shop next to that.

Either way, she'd be dropping a hint. ;-)

26th Aug 2006, 23:11

Steve says:

Luckily it was only a cash machine and a phone box

28th Aug 2006, 12:17