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Muinntir Dhòrnach a' cuimhneachadh air an Dara Cogadh (6 de 6)
EXTERNAL ID
DNHHL_TPYF_06
ÀITE
Dòrnach
SIORRACHD/PARRAIST
CATAIBH: Dòrnach
DEIT
An t-Samhain 2005
LINN
2000an
CRUTHADAIR
unknown
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Taigh-tasgaidh Historylinks, Dòrnach
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
1529
KEYWORDS
An Dara Cogadh
An Dàrna Cogadh
An Dara Cogadh Mòr
agallamhan
cuimhne air a' chogadh
cuibhreannan
suiteas
claistinn

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Chaidh an t-agallamh seo a chlàradh san t-Samhain 2005 le Taigh-tasgaidh Historylinks Dhòrnach. Mar phàirt de phrògram 'Their Past Your Future', bhruidhinn sgoilearan o Bhun-sgoil Dhòrnach ri daoine bha a' fuireach san sgìre, mun cuimhne air an Dara Cogadh. Anns an earrainn seo, tha fear à Dòrnach a' cuimhneachadh air a' chuibhreann de shiùcar aig àm a' chogaidh a chleachdadh gus 'Turkish Delight' a dhèanamh, agus am briseadh dùil a bh' aige nuair nach b' urrainn dha ithe.

The first term I was away in school, I saved all my sugar and didn't use any of it. I thought it would be nice to save it all up and take it home to my mother. So when I got home, she thanked me very much, but then I was told not to do that again and to use my sugar. I needed to use it, I needed to have it. So don't do it again! So, now that you've got this - and I'd a jam jar full of sugar - since you were very good, you can go and make yourself some toffee with it.

Mmm!

So I thought I would look up some recipe and I saw one for Turkish Delight, so I thought I would make this. So I mixed the stuff up and I put it on an ashet, a big plate, an' that, and I watched it all night and it wasn't going firm and it was still an' that, and I thought, oh this is not- So I was told to leave it and it'd be all right in the morning. So I got up in the morning and I belted through to the kitchen to see what this was like and stuck right in the middle of the plate was a mouse! [Laughter] And you could see its throat through this goo that I made and it was stuck and all it could move was its head, an' that. And I was so angry, I picked up a stick and I floored [?] the mouse and I put the dish in a thousand bits, so I got a telling off for that too. So that was my good deed.

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Muinntir Dhòrnach a' cuimhneachadh air an Dara Cogadh (6 de 6)

CATAIBH: Dòrnach

2000an

An Dara Cogadh; An Dàrna Cogadh; An Dara Cogadh Mòr; agallamhan; cuimhne air a' chogadh; cuibhreannan; suiteas; claistinn

Taigh-tasgaidh Historylinks, Dòrnach

Voices From Their Past - Dornoch

Chaidh an t-agallamh seo a chlàradh san t-Samhain 2005 le Taigh-tasgaidh Historylinks Dhòrnach. Mar phàirt de phrògram 'Their Past Your Future', bhruidhinn sgoilearan o Bhun-sgoil Dhòrnach ri daoine bha a' fuireach san sgìre, mun cuimhne air an Dara Cogadh. Anns an earrainn seo, tha fear à Dòrnach a' cuimhneachadh air a' chuibhreann de shiùcar aig àm a' chogaidh a chleachdadh gus 'Turkish Delight' a dhèanamh, agus am briseadh dùil a bh' aige nuair nach b' urrainn dha ithe.<br /> <br /> The first term I was away in school, I saved all my sugar and didn't use any of it. I thought it would be nice to save it all up and take it home to my mother. So when I got home, she thanked me very much, but then I was told not to do that again and to use my sugar. I needed to use it, I needed to have it. So don't do it again! So, now that you've got this - and I'd a jam jar full of sugar - since you were very good, you can go and make yourself some toffee with it.<br /> <br /> Mmm!<br /> <br /> So I thought I would look up some recipe and I saw one for Turkish Delight, so I thought I would make this. So I mixed the stuff up and I put it on an ashet, a big plate, an' that, and I watched it all night and it wasn't going firm and it was still an' that, and I thought, oh this is not- So I was told to leave it and it'd be all right in the morning. So I got up in the morning and I belted through to the kitchen to see what this was like and stuck right in the middle of the plate was a mouse! [Laughter] And you could see its throat through this goo that I made and it was stuck and all it could move was its head, an' that. And I was so angry, I picked up a stick and I floored [?] the mouse and I put the dish in a thousand bits, so I got a telling off for that too. So that was my good deed.