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

  1. #3871
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    Actually whilst it looks good and was good, and the one below I had recently just outside the Red Light district in Amsterdam below doesn't look so great, the Dutch one was better.

    Why? Just awesome Kimchee in it. The Wagamama Kimchee was almost non-existent, and what was there tasted barely fermented.

    The Wagamama chilli prawns were excellent, though. The prawns in Wagamama are always great. One wonders were they get them from.

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    That one for me doesn't look as appetising....

    Anyway, time for a warming cup of Malabar Chai and a nice slice of Del's homemade Stollen:



    Marco.
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    Teabags? Loose leaf, man. Loose leaf.

    Slap.

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    Lol... Trust me, this particular tea is as good in bags, as it is loose

    https://www.teadrop.co.uk/malabar-chai/

    What you see there loose, in a smaller quantity, is *exactly* what comes inside one of their transparent pyramid bags. It's gorgeous stuff!

    Marco.
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    What counts for tea these days is interesting.

    Take any dehydrated thing, dump it in a bag or even sell it loose, and claim it as tea.

    Tea plants have every right to object.

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    Lol... I can assure you though that, if you like the flavours concerned, the above tea is gorgeous: it tastes like Christmas in a cup!

    Marco.
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    Maybe.

    Good Stolen, though? Awesome.

    Having not eaten that one, I am clueless. But if you liked it, great.

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    Do you like stollen (two ls)?

    Or perhaps stolen stollen tastes better?

    Marco.
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    Oh yeah.

    This predictive bullshit is useless. I should I be more aware before I hit send.

    Stolen cake implies greatness, though. Who would go to the trouble of stealing such a thing?

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    I've no doubt Marco will not be too keen on this but this pizza was bloody lovely. It's a Tesco finest range ham, mushroom and mascarpone on a sourdough base. Really fresh flavour and not too much cheese.

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