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    Looks good - how spicy was it? Mild, warm, hot, very hot, or downright 'radioactive'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Looks good - how spicy was it? Mild, warm, hot, very hot, or downright 'radioactive'?
    I like just a slight chilli kick, used to do the phall challenge but these days my bumhole don't like it on the way out.

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    Pasta again


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Mincemeat curry

    Love this...Our local butcher sells curried mince pies, but you have to get there sharp in the morning, because they sell like hot pies....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    I like just a slight chilli kick, used to do the phall challenge but these days my bumhole don't like it on the way out.
    Just smear some Vaseline on it before you go to bed, works a treat.

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    Wife and kids out for the afternoon/evening, including a meal out at a local “datalink you can” place...

    So home alone with the dog, “modded” Tesco four cheese and Balsamic red onion became “Seven cheese, Balsamic red onion, and non-Balsamic red onion, Salami Milano, Chorizo, green olive and oregano pizza!” still not a good as making them completely from scratch but tasty enough, can’t remember where the Valpolicella came from but is reasonable, and the dog is used to listening to Capital Dance!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    Just smear some Vaseline on it before you go to bed, works a treat.
    Thanks for the tip (I think..)

    Local Turkish restaurant tonight - Borek for starters (which I didn't take a pic of) followed by a mixed grill



    Then Baklava and a double espresso to finish


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    Vegetable sushi (from Sainsbury) to start with a glass of white zinfandlel rosé wine,



    Followed by an 8oz steak (medium rare), boiled potatoes, carrots, green beans and brocolli. Washed down with a glass or two of an 2014 Chateau Les Granges de Civrac, Médoc (Gold medal winner 2017 Concours Modial, Bruxelles).


    (with a wine of this age the cork is often in a very poor state and has to be removed with great care)


    No pudding as I was full. (and no pics either - sorry)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Thanks for the tip (I think..)

    Local Turkish restaurant tonight - Borek for starters (which I didn't take a pic of) followed by a mixed grill



    Then Baklava and a double espresso to finish

    Looks good and very much like the nosh they serve at our local turkish. I would normally choose the same, except I would start with Arnavut Cigeri (Turkish
    liver and onions)
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