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Thread: OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    What was the Vin D'Orange like - can you describe the taste? Not had it before

    Is it really orangey?

    Marco.
    https://www.thegoodlifefrance.com/vi...cipe-provence/

    Just looked at three recipes and they differ a lot.

    However, that bottle was amazing. I am definitely going to try making some.

    It's just delicious. No other way to describe it. And yes, very orangey.
    "Trans like shhtate. Trans like shhtate. Do you know what doctors call that shhstate? Love." Electric Boogaloo - Isaac Chambers.

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    Sounds awesome, dude. I did some research too, and found a few recipes, so might also give it a go

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Does that also apply to your sister?
    No not to my sister but it does for both existing immediate neighbours.
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    Cool stuff, and good luck to them. However, if I had that type of money, I wouldn't want a house in London. Paris or Rome, perhaps [more likely Venice], but defo not London. Just not my scene...

    In any case, we're not really city people, so any expensive properties we owned would either be in the countryside or a remote coastal region [if applicable] of one of our favourite countries, such as Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Finland, India or South Africa.

    Marco.

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    Paris smells of piss as street urination is common.

    Rome is full of Italian police trying to impress Italian women.
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    Haha (and not untrue)... Do you want me to tell you what London is full of?

    Marco [simply couldn't live in the city that houses Westmonster and the Royal Family of war criminals and pedophiles].

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    London has been invaded by stealth. It isn't part of England anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    London has been invaded by stealth. It isn't part of England anymore.
    I enjoy it in small doses, abusive dining in Wong Kei, a mooch round Camden early on before the tourists arrive, a west end show. And where else am I going to get my exotic watches serviced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    I enjoy it in small doses, abusive dining in Wong Kei, a mooch round Camden early on before the tourists arrive, a west end show. And where else am I going to get my exotic watches serviced?
    Lol - does that joint still exist?

    It was one of the first places Del took me to in Chinatown when we first met [late 80s], and she was working in London (Victoria). Great food, but terrible attitude from arrogant staff! In reality, there are better and more authentic places to eat Chinese food in London's Chinatown. minus the bad attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lol - does that joint still exist?
    It does, they had toned things down a little when I was last there (thinking about it that could well have been 3 to 4 years ago).

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