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Other pubs in Cressroads plan bite of their own on Chestnut Horse cherry
CRESSROADS KIDS OF old look to the Big Cookhouse in the Sky and remember the nudge in their panties and pants from gambling on Frank and Aldo Berni’s Inns-for-restaurants-for-starters to carnal delight - Continuing Story of Cressroads www. blogsbody.com - brought down the duvet on Blogsbody’s last ditch Facebook attempt to assist Easton’s Chestnut Horse market its remaining bundle of £25-a-head invites to drinks and a three-course bill of traditional Berni Brothers’ fare.
Its 36-hour-ago, one-off Berni Night in President Jimmy Carter fished and ate here, but scarce ever a mention in an AA Touring Guide or Book of Villages so as to rate but few signposts en route through The Worthy’s of Greater Winchester, the fruity memories of a 60s’ slice of melon and maraschino cherry starter for a wanton lass in her freshly starched petticoat didn’t do it for wrinkly Easton.
T’was a Black Tower disaster.
But, in less inflationary-proof hostelries out and about Cressroads publicans are challenged to muse on the possibilities of an annual Berni Night, similar fare but more modest prices. Music from 1955 through 1970. And saucy postcard ‘life-in-the-old-dog-yet’ invites to remind patrons aged 50-plus of a little of what they fancied to set their tickers on overdrive in bygone Boomer times.
So dear Karen Chestnut, her Jools Bell and Mason Dropped-a-Brick watch this space; and, age-no-barrier, await your complimentary invites.
As Cressroads’ town hack prepares to go undercover for as long as the next three days in the wake of an upstanding member of the representative variety in the Palace of Westminster fearing flooding in the sorry state of Cornwall may wash away evidence of hi-jinks and house-swopping evading public accountability.
If Lady Salisbury-Rhodes gets full drift of a not too cryptic pull by Blogsbody?
His playing on the lonely heartstrings of a former music pupil of his late godmother Aunt Peg, gone to heaven a bride of Christ and praying for a miracle of resurrection within sound of the bells of St John-the-Baptist.
‘Don’t look for more, look to be more,’ messages Continuing Story of Cressroads agony aunt Ruby Rangoon. - www.blogsbody.com
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