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After yesterdays drama and dummy spit, today went smoothly.
Stock take was completed in record time thanks to the preparation I was able to put in yesterday. It's amazing what you can do when you're cranky.
The sun shone weakly for a couple of hours this morning and this enabled us to count the outdoors areas before a cold front hit just after lunch, howling gales and lashing rain.
Tassie in Winter, gotta love it.
Thanks to all who responded to my food aliases the other day in particular Jack who has clarified my Capsicum conundrum for me. It appears that whilst we call peppers Capsicum in Australia it is actually part of the Latin genus name.
The sweet pepper commonly known as Capsicum here is actually 'Capsicum Annum' and the hot ones we call Chilli Peppers are 'Capsicum Frutescens'.
To all those people asking about Secretor status. It easy to obtain but you have to send a sample away to be tested. In the USA test kits can be ordered through NAP by following the links at the top of this web site. I believe there is a lab in the UK that does it for European residents and I did mention in an earlier blog the details for Australia.