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    Erm..no comment.

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    I'm more of an icypoo guy.
    No, nothing to do with the frozen tundra or saint Alfonzo's pancake breakfast.

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    ^ Vientiane if I'm not mistaken. I remember walking past it and noticing how busy it was inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Looks good but ingredients nowhere to be found up here in the sticks.
    I won't have that problem in a couple of months. Moving to Seattle permanently with my family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    I won't have that problem in a couple of months. Moving to Seattle permanently with my family.
    Humbert you'll be neighbours with Snubby, and good luck with the move.

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    Just had some dried boerewors and some biltong dropped off.

    That'll do me nicely for the weekends rugby, please and thank you:


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    Ant, i'm sure its lovely but the pack on the left looks like someones badly frostbitten left foot.

    Who makes it btw, price etc - not had any in a long time

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot
    the pack on the left looks like someones badly frostbitten left foot
    Nah it's all good... It was vacuum sealed but I opened it and ate about a 1/3

    Was hand delivered from Sth Africa so no idea on the details sorry.

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    Perfect for those late night munchies. Crackers topped with cheese, avocado, a bit of salsa and again jalapeno peppers. Wash it down with a glass of whole milk and it's sleepy time.

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    That's what I'm talking about.

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    Now I'm not into insects but this guy was. I watched him eat a grasshopper about as big as he was.
    Needless to say their isn't much to do sometimes at the house in Laos but a slug of King Robert a swill of BeerLao and sit back and watch the wildlife.

    I almost miss the place sometimes.

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