… which is more or less the conversation that occurred on a recent visit to the Rowes’ favourite vintage shop…
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Not exactly known for his tactful communication at the best of times, Salmon seemed to be approaching a Duke of Edinburgh level of bluntness …
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You’ve been asking, ‘Why the rebranding?’
If you’d like to know more about delusional chef Trota, self-styled food critic Salmon and the irrepressible Fidget, take a look at our new
As you know, the Rowes are rebranding.
After a shaky start (enough said…) the blog’s new banner is finally up, we hope you like it.
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It all started with Salmon’s new hairstyle. Then Trota grew a nose.
The Rowes are on a roll and there’s no stopping them now. Please be patient while we grapple with our cross-platform transformation. The blog is now called
Chez Rowe and we hope you’ll continue to follow us in the cartoon kitchen.
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“Perhaps, Salmon, on the way back I’ll carry the hamper instead…”
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Not a bad crop, all things considered, but the Rowes still might try planting a different variety next year … Continue reading
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