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    Generic Fig Newtons and milk.

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    A slice of bread with local brunost and English morello cherry jam. And a glass of milk.

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    I can haz cheezburgur. 8 home-made patties with 2lbs. of ground beef (~1/2lb. each), some koshering salt, fresh ground black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, a squirt of mustard, a splash each of Worchestershire and hickory liquid smoke, a little BBQ sauce, and two eggs to help hold it all together. I think I'll leave out the BBQ sauce and add some grated cheese next time, though, because they fell apart too easily. I had to "glue" them back together with a slice of Colby-Jack.

    Tomorrow the plan is to do pork steaks. Should I grill them as usual (with home-made BBQ sauce) or should I do something different?

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    Sushi course meal at a restaurant. It didn't taste that great so I won't be going back there.

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    Porridge with sultanas & sunflower seeds. The Scots would have a fit because I don't add salt or sugar & use all milk.
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    Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenfer View Post


    Yum!


    Yum indeed!!
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    Dear Sospiro and Bix , they are devine you should try some they are quite reasonably priced. But I have been bad...



    This box was £125. I normally get them when I'm in France but I just had to get some delivered and thanks to DHL they won't be hear until Monday.

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    I just need to ask, Lenfer: Do you eat anything other than chocolate? And if not, can we be friends?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aksel View Post
    A slice of bread with local brunost and English morello cherry jam. And a glass of milk.
    is that the brown cheese stuff - if so, what does it taste like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bix View Post
    is that the brown cheese stuff - if so, what does it taste like?
    Yes, 'tis. It's delicious and a half. The most apparent flavour is caramel, as that is mainly what it is, but there is a tang (mostly from goat's milk) as well as an intensity of flavour that is quite unlike anything else I've eaten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aksel View Post
    I just need to ask, Lenfer: Do you eat anything other than chocolate? And if not, can we be friends?
    I do eat other things, but I hope we can still be friends. I just don't eat a great deal other than at meal times. I "may" allow myself a piece of chocolate every now and then.

    One needs to watch their figure after all my dear Aksel.

    I should point out that those boxes last a very long time, I'm not greedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aksel View Post
    Yes, 'tis. It's delicious and a half. The most apparent flavour is caramel, as that is mainly what it is, but there is a tang (mostly from goat's milk) as well as an intensity of flavour that is quite unlike anything else I've eaten.
    Im gonna have to try and root this one out - 'goes looking for a Norse shop in london' (online of course)

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    i found this - is this a good example http://www.scandikitchen.co.uk/produ...nost-250g.html
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    Denver (still don't know why it's called that) omelette

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    Quote Originally Posted by kv466 View Post
    Denver (still don't know why it's called that) omelette
    A Denver omelette, also known as a Southwest omelette or Western omelette, is an omelette filled with diced ham, onions, and green bell peppers, though there are many variations on fillings. Often served in the Southwestern United States, this omelette sometimes has a topping of cheese and a side dish of hashbrowns or fried potatoes. - From Wikipedia,

    Does this shed any light on the subject for you KV?

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