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|24-02-2014, 10:44 AM||#35 (permalink)|
disturbance in the Turnip
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Jamesons and snacking on home made crumbed chilli chicken balls
small cubes of fresh chicken are marinaded in soy and chilli and then crumbed with freshly baked and blended baguette , egg and flour , and then fried.
|24-02-2014, 02:30 PM||#36 (permalink)|
Whiskey . . . never found the appreciation for it. Don' like it one bit and am astounded what people find so fascinating about it.
Not saying that it's wrong, of course, I'm not that much of an idiot - just can't see the attraction.
|24-02-2014, 05:50 PM||#38 (permalink)|
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|24-02-2014, 07:51 PM||#39 (permalink)|
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Location: ENGLAND, QATAR, THE PHILIPPINES.
Irish whiskey is in a class of it's own and I have in the drinks cupboard both Jamesons and Bushmills that I brought on the flight back from the Philippines to the U.K. But back to the original question. Today I went down to the 16th century pub in Old Hatfield and drank three pints of Abbot Ale, plus a couple of pints of "real ale" whose names elude me. It was lunch time and there were only two customers including myself. Mind you at £3.39 - £3.60 a pint I suppose that it's a bit expensive, especially when you throw in another £10 for a taxi both ways. But all in all, it was good to sink a few good pints.
|28-05-2014, 06:17 AM||#47 (permalink)|
I am in Jail
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Location: In a Madhouse
|28-05-2014, 12:49 PM||#50 (permalink)|
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