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    A tasty lunch in a Greek tavern - mousaka, tsatziki and hot peppers.

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    Sausage & chorizo stew (sorry John, still no chips)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Sausage & chorizo stew (sorry John, still no chips)

    Looking good Roy, see you’ve cut down on your bread and butter too.

    I had chips with sausage, bacon and beans today so I’ve got it covered

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    A waste not lunch today lol. Actually quite nice

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    Fried squid and salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primare View Post
    Fried squid and salad.

    My kind of lunch! :-)
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    For tonight the menu will be wild shrimps, fried with olive oil
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primare View Post
    Fried squid and salad.

    Love it, Ivo

    The only thing that spoils it is fag end and ashtray!

    Was that the starter?

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    Marco,
    This was the whole lunch. We were going light
    You are right about the ashtray.
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    Here is the last meal for today. Fried shrimps, tomato&garlic salad and tarator (a traditional summer light soup based on yogurt, water, fresh chopped cucumber and garlic, served cold). Tasty





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