Butter and Bread and Sandwiches Oh My!

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Fired up the Rayburn tonight for the first time this winter, thought you might like to see it.

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Just chorizo and rice for supper, had lunch at mum & dads. There was a price, had to show them how their new iPad works.

That is too cool bro
 

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Seriously dude?! All that writing and not ONE comment on my Mango Chutney story?!?!?! :ohgeez:

Yes, I am disappointed too and also would like to add that I'm sure that if Wallace HAD eaten sammiches, his *** wouldn't have gotten beaten.... (yes, I know I'm gonna catch hell for this)
 

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Shucks! My cool sig-line addendum disappeared. :shrug: I knew I wasn't cool enough for DM to associate himself with me. :ohgeez:


On the food side, I went over to my German "grandma's" house last night for dinner with a couple other guys, as she always feeds us for helping put up her snow fence. She is an awesome cook and makes enough food for twice as many people as are invited, so if you leave hungry, you're an idiot. My two favorite things she made last night were chicken in the traditional "weinerschnitzel" style, and homemade spaetzle. I will be eating leftover spaetzle today. It's a German homemade noodle, that she layers with aged Swiss cheese and bakes. It's basically a big bowl of fancy mac 'n cheese, and it's amazing. :drool:
 

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Don't worry, I'll deal with DM when I see him :whoopin:

I love all kinds of noodles bro. Sounds great
 

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By the way guys, traded my SR91 for the TM11 and got some Redilast 3100, 18650's coming

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im out of loop in flashlights so what is tm11 ja redilast 3100? hah

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got ideas what i might be eating this weekend.. got any good recipes or ideas about something easy to make something that tastes good and has some generic meat in it (yeah thats aimed at you cows head guy.. hahaha)

was thinking about them hamburgers again... but i think i leave them for another week. (as i did just have those cheesy-hambugery thingys)
pizza is up today or tomorrow..

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now i must go out to see my spare wheels, which set is better shape.. gotta choose them so i can have them studded wintertyres fitted on them soon.. its almost december and we havent had snow yet. feels odd. so the winter may crash any day now.
 

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I was stocking up today with Lidls Mango chutney (green label), some chocolate bars and a few packets of Mister Choc Milk Chocolate Peanuts when I suddenly noticed that there were some jars of Spicy Mango Chutney with a purple label alongside my usual green label ones ... I got a couple of jars as well , just to try it out ... WOW ... It is fabulous ... I will now start using the new purple one and will only get the green label one for the Grandsons and any wimps that come to dine with us ... I have never noticed the purple label mango chutney before at Lidls so perhaps it is new ...

I had a couple of Cornish Pasties tonight ... One with green label and one with purple label and the purple one won ... Life is full of amazing discoveries , even for an old guy like me ... Happiness is eating (plus other things that we can't mention on here).
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Congratulations March and by the way, I didn't know you could still do "other things that we can't mention on here" so congrats on that too :naughty:
 

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Had Beef Madras curry last night, and there is plenty of leftovers for tonight.

Going to Lidl tonight after work, I'll have a look for March's special reserve chutney...
 

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i knew of the olight btw.. i actually handled one once.. not my cup of tea.. dont need that big of a light.. (that said.. i was like a kid in candystore shining it all over the forest and the fields for good 15 minutes anyways.. oo it was bright and fun)

didnt know about that nitecore. once again. not for me. i want my lights to fit into pocket of sorts.. and be nice to hold.. that is just too chunky for my tastes. (and as side note, i prefer single cell lights, AAA/AA or 18650)

as i cant be bothered to google it myself.. i repeat.. what is redilast 3100? hhahahh.

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i think i will go to lidls this week again.. (the renovation is over) but in what section is the chutney (if they stock it) got an picture of it? so its easier to locate. :) -i seriously doubt they stock it here as regular base.. its more like in their "special week" themes.. sometimes its italian specials, french, greek, and indian.. atleast thats how they advertise in their paper.
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The TM11 is actually very small. NOT meant as a pocket light but I was gonna keep it in the truck anyway. If I ever need a light that's powerful, I'll be in the truck or on the road and I have plenty of lights at home, PLUS, if I'm at home I can always get that one from the truck. Can't do the opposite if I'm in the truck and have nothing with me.

Redilast are a battery brand and the 18650's are now available in 3100 mah

This sucker will take FOUR of them :)
 
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