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    What did you think of it Stig?


    Butch, small butcher shops are the best eh?
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    So I was not the only one eating West African Peanut Soup? Weird!


    Robert, that sounds like a great goal. I can't imagine trying to carry a 30 pound insulated body suit on me while working, especially climbing, especially in southern heat and humidity, and I'm relatively young. CoolVests FOR THE WIN. NOBODY makes good decisions when overheated. Might have saved an insurance claim, so you can say they are too expensive, but they aren't.
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    It is still sitting on top of the oven, waiting to go in.

    The mail order bride works nights this week, so she sleeps till 9.30 PM.
    Then I'll have dinner ready when she wakes up and once we've eaten together, she'll go to work and I'll go to bed.
    Weird, but it works for us.

    I told her I was going to make Potatoes Dauphinoiese and she just said: " Ah, Ofen Hrdpfeln".
    Turns out it is a common dish in Schweiz.
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    The last batch I made I had to do twice.


    I had a new mandolin slicer that I was trying out.........


    There was just a bit too much blood and thumb in the first batch to be comfortable with serving it to guests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanKroll View Post
    . NOBODY makes good decisions when overheated. .

    I think my South African partner, Richard, might disagree with that.

    He is more like; NOBODY makes good decicions when they are cold.




    Jim, being a vegetarian, I make damned sure to keep my fingers out of the mandolin.
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    Jim, the Potatoes Dauphinoise were really fine.
    Too much liquid, though, but that was my fault.

    Once I had assembled everything, I thought the water level was a bit low, so I added some milk................mistake.

    I'll just have to try again.

    The mail order bride really went to town on it, so in that way, it was a success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanKroll View Post
    I can't imagine trying to carry a 30 pound insulated body suit on me while working...
    Eh, you get used to it . Climbing it certainly sucks, but I've learned to use the extra body mass to help with certain tasks. I have lost about 7 pounds since I've been home tho, which is a good thing. And the wife and i have started talking about possibly going keto, so there's that... i graduated high school at 180, i would imagine 190 is about the lightest i would ever go, and I'm 209 now. 200 would probably be a happy medium. I eat like nobody's business when I'll working hard everyday tho, not doing so I'm completely gassed and struggle to keep up the pace
    Kyle


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    M picked up a nice sized Dungeness crab, fresh from the Oregon coast fishery that had delayed opening for a couple of reasons, but is now in full swing.

    I made fresh homemade fettuccini pasta, she made fresh homemade alfredo sauce, and we both picked crabmeat. All together...sweet gods, that is food to die for .
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    Did you have a nice Oregon Pinot noir with that?
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    Yes we did, actually. From Erath, a 2016. Just hitting it's stride. Affordable and very pleasant.
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