Time for a change of pace- Biscotti and tea anyone? - page 2
Think I'll take a break and do some holiday baking. Biscotti, brownies and English Toffee. Hppy... Read More
Dec 14, '17Joined: Apr '12; Posts: 6,232; Likes: 11,787NSIME - it would drive me nuts not to know the name of that movie. Just google it.
Nope. WhEn it's just a roll or a bagel, UNsalted butter is my choice.
Dec 18, '17Joined: Sep '17; Posts: 150; Likes: 460Quote from KatieMII like the version with David Tennant!Time to grab some tea and watch "Hamlet" with Sir Christofer Plummer.
Dec 19, '17Joined: Apr '11; Posts: 14,566; Likes: 33,921Quote from amoLuciaJust for you, dear amoLu, I googled the archives for the movie title. It's called "Random Harvest"; 1942, with Greer Garson and Ronald Coleman. Excellent and a real heart-breaking handkerchief-wringer of a movie. QUITE rewarding with a (finally!) Happily-Ever-After ending Whew!NSIME - it would drive me nuts not to know the name of that movie. Just google it.
Mar 14Joined: Feb '18; Posts: 691; Likes: 1,381Sounds wonderful!!! Yum! I love tea and a biscotti.