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    Butter and milk in mash - yep and sometimes cream if we have any.

    Mrs Noggin has this week off work and made me a bacon sandwich for breakfast - white crusty bread, crispy smoked bacon and a dollop of HP sauce. I love that woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guiri View Post
    This is what I like about this thread, there's sooo much to learn.

    By the way, Bulgarians make the best Yoghurt AND Feta cheese...check this out..

    " Stamen Grigorov (1878–1945), a Bulgarian student of medicine in Geneva, first examined the microflora of the Bulgarian yogurt. In 1905, he described it as consisting of a spherical and a rod-like lactic acid bacteria. In 1907, the rod-like bacterium was called Lactobacillus bulgaricus (now Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus). The Russian Nobel laureate biologist Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov (also seen as Élie Metchnikoff), from the Institut Pasteur in Paris, was influenced by Grigorov's work and hypothesized that regular consumption of yogurt was responsible for the unusually long lifespans of Bulgarian peasants. Believing Lactobacillus to be essential for good health, Mechnikov worked to popularize yogurt as a foodstuff throughout Europe."

    The greeks can kiss my Bulgarian butt
    Well , I always believed that Yoghurt was attributed to Antonio Yog who in 1877 slipped on some milky substance which was left by a local milkman when he dropped a bottle during his delivery in downtown Schleswick-Holstein ... When it was discovered that Yog was hurt , someone decided to taste the afore-mentioned slippery substance ... It was apparently wonderful and from that day onwards they called it Yog-Hurt ... The Greek milkman went on to make his fortune from the product and from Tzatziki which he made using his Mothers home-grown Cucumbers ... Not a lot of people know that.
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    Again, screw the Greek. The Bulgarian stuff is better!

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    nbp. ha. thanks. just trying to "help".

    (and the girl aint finnish btw she is from mainland europe to still be vague enough) and as long as she dont know she is talked of, its fine to call her the girl i suppose? -and no. she dont know of cpf. never mentioned it to her. only hobbyists know of this place. she does know i do carry flashlights. and knives and other "useful" edc gear with me and in my car.

    hmm.. i dont know. a thought: if we start to call her by some other name, then i might slip and call her with that someday.. hahah. and i bet you all know what happens when you get confused and call a girl with another girls name? "so who the hell is "xxxxxxx"? " etc.. you know the drill.

    cooking. not that gourmet cook but i can do ok. cooking for her, i need stronger signs that she is interested of me to invest doing that. (mental investment, not so much financial) thats the reason why i kept little distance past few months.. to keep myself from getting too hooked on her if i get no other feedback except friendship. easier to be friends if one dont see another one all the time face to face. (one covets what one sees all the time, the reason behind all work romances. you spend time with someone and you start to develop feelings etc.)


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    when mashing them potatoes one can choose to leave it chunky or smooth.. it just takes long time and soft potatoes to make it silkysmooth. arm aches normally afterwards. but i normally choose the texture of the mash depending what i have it with. -or how lazy i am- hah.

    i was actually thinking about making mashed potatoes the fast way (handmixer) and then let it sit in fridge for a day.. and then fry and eat it.

    about fried things.. fried rice.. dont think i have ever had those.. i see it mentioned in cook shows but i never made any.

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    about breads and sandwiches.. we have a butter shortage here in our country! AAAARRGGGHHH! market shelves are empty of butter! PANIC! STRESS! and i only have a 1.5pounds of it in fridge.. hope it lasts until xmas is over and thru new years.. (the people in tv say that it should ease up after new years as people dont bake as much etc) but man we were supposed to be a rich society that wouldnt have a shortage of anything.. but somehow the producers got caught with their pants down as they had sold their butter to other countries and home country usage has increased.. they just werent ready to people start liking butter again. deals were done year(s) ago and they thought that same amount would be enough this year too.. but it aint..

    and i just loathe the very-butter-like-tastes-just-like-butter-but-not-really-anything-like-it margarine products.. i know i will hoard couple more packs of real butter if i see a market having them (the shops are trying to scrape butter where they can.. import it if possible.)


    one is none.. two is one.. but butter is better..... i want butter.. (this is a comic of butter shortage elsewhere in nordic countries as they seem to have similar issues: http://satwcomic.com/ ...also..if you need to "understand" the stereotypical nordics and scandic nations... start the comic in beginning and go thru it all the way.. there is seed of truth in it.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by march.brown View Post
    [...] Not a lot of people know that.
    A truer statement was never uttered.

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    Not a lot of people know that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NonSenCe View Post
    (and the girl aint finnish btw she is from mainland europe to still be vague enough) and as long as she dont know she is talked of, its fine to call her the girl i suppose? -and no. she dont know of cpf. never mentioned it to her. only hobbyists know of this place. she does know i do carry flashlights. and knives and other "useful" edc gear with me and in my car.

    hmm.. i dont know. a thought: if we start to call her by some other name, then i might slip and call her with that someday.. hahah. and i bet you all know what happens when you get confused and call a girl with another girls name? "so who the hell is "xxxxxxx"? " etc.. you know the drill.

    cooking. not that gourmet cook but i can do ok. cooking for her, i need stronger signs that she is interested of me to invest doing that. (mental investment, not so much financial) thats the reason why i kept little distance past few months.. to keep myself from getting too hooked on her if i get no other feedback except friendship. easier to be friends if one dont see another one all the time face to face. (one covets what one sees all the time, the reason behind all work romances. you spend time with someone and you start to develop feelings etc.)


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    and i just loathe the very-butter-like-tastes-just-like-butter-but-not-really-anything-like-it margarine products.. i know i will hoard couple more packs of real butter if i see a market having them (the shops are trying to scrape butter where they can.. import it if possible.)
    Let's just call her X girl for now and you're right too, you hang out too much with her and you'll star wanting more.

    As for the butter, have you tried the swedish Bregott for sandwiches and cooking and the Lätt o Lagom for sandwiches? In my opinion, they have the best margarine and spreadable butter in the world.

    Horrible stuff in Spain and even worse here in the US till I finally found something I liked and it only took something like 10-12 years

    For a sammich fan, that's an eternity.

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    guiri: dam and kstrl, they are here just to see if we misbehave.. and then they also help to keep the thread on top. hahaha.

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    also as side note.. wasnt it peter sellers doing michael caine imitation? but yeah.. it sounds SO michael caine so it might be his too! hahah.

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    not sure if i tried them butterylike things.. basically because, i dont want to. i like butter! hah!

    some of bregotts products i have tried while in sweden.. the other one i dont know.. likely they are VERY similar to ones we have here.

    few "fake" are good here too if they are really kept ice cold.. they will do.. but leave the to room temp for short term "table time" and they are not for me anymore. like start of dinner its ok.. but 30minutes later as im scooping the rest of the sauce of my plate with bread the fakebutter is already awful in my mind.butter is the one to me.

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    i can imagine your tormet of finding edable spread stuff, finding the "one" is like finding gold!

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    and as few posts have been done without anyone mentioning it... i KNOW that some LIDL stores had mango chutney in 2006. and early this spring too! (found few recipes made with them) so i am still trying to find the time and energy to go there to browse the isles myself.. they might be there even now as i type this. hhah. stores are closed for the night but thats besides the point.

    one recipe sounded cool.. mix dried breadcrumbs, minced meat, mango chutney, yoghurt, salt, pepper, and other spices you might want in your meatballs or hamburger patties.. into frying pan. (or put them 15 minutes into oven and then fry them for color and butter taste)

    i believe i will be trying this one if i ever find a jar of lidls mango chutney here. but thats after xmas for sure in any case.

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    and calling someone "x" is like "ex".. not a a right or accurate term in this case in my mind.. hahahhah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meganoggin View Post
    Butter and milk in mash - yep and sometimes cream if we have any.

    Mrs Noggin has this week off work and made me a bacon sandwich for breakfast - white crusty bread, crispy smoked bacon and a dollop of HP sauce. I love that woman.

    nbp shoot me pm with your address.

    I need a woman like that. She sounds swell.

    Will do sir.


    Quote Originally Posted by march.brown View Post
    Well , I always believed that Yoghurt was attributed to Antonio Yog who in 1877 slipped on some milky substance which was left by a local milkman when he dropped a bottle during his delivery in downtown Schleswick-Holstein ... When it was discovered that Yog was hurt , someone decided to taste the afore-mentioned slippery substance ... It was apparently wonderful and from that day onwards they called it Yog-Hurt ... The Greek milkman went on to make his fortune from the product and from Tzatziki which he made using his Mothers home-grown Cucumbers ... Not a lot of people know that.
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    Your story doesn't add up. There's no H in yogurt.



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    nbp. ha. thanks. just trying to "help".

    (and the girl aint finnish btw she is from mainland europe to still be vague enough) and as long as she dont know she is talked of, its fine to call her the girl i suppose? -and no. she dont know of cpf. never mentioned it to her. only hobbyists know of this place. she does know i do carry flashlights. and knives and other "useful" edc gear with me and in my car.

    hmm.. i dont know. a thought: if we start to call her by some other name, then i might slip and call her with that someday.. hahah. and i bet you all know what happens when you get confused and call a girl with another girls name? "so who the hell is "xxxxxxx"? " etc.. you know the drill.

    cooking. not that gourmet cook but i can do ok. cooking for her, i need stronger signs that she is interested of me to invest doing that. (mental investment, not so much financial) thats the reason why i kept little distance past few months.. to keep myself from getting too hooked on her if i get no other feedback except friendship. easier to be friends if one dont see another one all the time face to face. (one covets what one sees all the time, the reason behind all work romances. you spend time with someone and you start to develop feelings etc.)

    I was gonna name her Siri. In the top 10 most popular baby girl names in Finland in 2010, and the name of the digital assistant built into the iPhone 4S.

    But I can see your point. And you are wise...too much seeing leads to more wanting. Why oh why must we like those girls?

    When the time comes, I say cook for her.

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    Ha! march.brown is Michael Caine! I should have known. Remember in Part I when I was asking about the different English accents and where they were from and how many and how Michael Caine and Pierce Brosnan have different accents and where they were from and all that stuff? Yeah, and then march gave some long crazy answer about there being 4000 different dialects plus Welsh and those other pretend languages and the times changing and he never answered the question. He probably couldn't without giving up his true identity since I had already brought up Michael Caine in the discussion. Ha! He's about the right age, was in the military, been divorced. It's gotta be him. Hey march, say Hi to Batman for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NonSenCe View Post
    and calling someone "x" is like "ex".. not a a right or accurate term in this case in my mind.. hahahhah.
    You know, X as in unkown factor. In this case unkown name...once you start dating her, we can get pics and a name

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    Why oh why must we like those girls?
    Well, would you rather pine for a boy? I'm just sayin'

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    Meganoggin breakfast watch update: Toasted bagel with sweet chilli cream cheese and bacon. Very nice!
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    It does sound good

    I just had to eat what I had. Gotta start cooking or something. Tired of eating just what I have

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    I arrive on the 13th of January. Why? Do you fancy a trip out to Vegas?
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    Your story doesn't add up. There's no H in yogurt.
    According to the Oxford English Dictionary , Yogurt or Yoghurt (noun) is a thick liquid food made from milk with bacteria added.

    So you were wrong to say that there is no H in Yoghurt ... There is an H in Yoghurt if you speak proper English as opposed to American English ... So it all depends whether you live in the UK or America.

    ... So there ...
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    and over here its called "Jugurtti".


    i blame you guys, had to have one today.. but just one 2dl can.. vanilla flavour with berries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meganoggin View Post
    I arrive on the 13th of January. Why? Do you fancy a trip out to Vegas?
    Nah, just curious.

    Just to make it clear, not that I wouldn't want to, but no money and I have nowhere to leave my dogs
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    and over here its called "Jugurtti".


    i blame you guys, had to have one today.. but just one 2dl can.. vanilla flavour with berries.
    Good $hit, isn't it?

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    merry xmas cheers to you guys! im off to watch the food cooking in the oven. soon dinner, then sauna, then presents..
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    ..and to you too Nonsence (and the other guys of course)


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    I would love to have a sauna at my house! Where you stay nonsence? I'm guessing it's Scandinavia.

    Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas to everyone! ( said in the way of jimmy Stewart of course )

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    Quote Originally Posted by NonSenCe View Post
    merry xmas cheers to you guys! im off to watch the food cooking in the oven. soon dinner, then sauna, then presents..
    We don't have Saunas here in Wales ... We put a big plastic bag on (with our heads sticking out) and stand in front of the fire to warm it up ... Some of the fitter people do exercises as well , which makes them perspire even more ... We can then run out into the back-yard and dive into the snow (or the wet grass at the moment) ... We don't beat ourselves with any birch twigs as the only twigs available are Berberis Darwinii or Ilex Aquifolium and that would be too painful.

    Christmas tomorrow and we do a Kiddy-Dash to all the Childrens houses to distribute the presents to Children and Grandchildren ... Then we dash back home to make the dinner ... Only four of us this year , so it's not too bad ... Dishwashers are a great idea , so I'll get her a glass of sherry whilst she is doing it.

    Anyway , I hope that all the Children and Grandchildren remember what I said about my requirements this year ... Alcoholic beverages only ... From Scotland preferably.

    So have a great Christmas everyone and don't eat too much ... Remember that as alcohol is a liquid , it is totally non-fattening.
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    I would love to have a sauna at my house! Where you stay nonsence? I'm guessing it's Scandinavia.

    Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas to everyone! ( said in the way of jimmy Stewart of course )
    He's in Finland bro, where they even have Saunas in the apartment buildings

    Hey, you can buy them dirt cheap these days.

    There is something called infrared saunas which is NOT the same thing but they're dirt cheap.
    Might be something to look into... http://redsaunas.co.uk/epages/eshop367354.sf
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    I'm quite pissed! Been at the pub since about 6! Was up until 6 this morning too so I'm pretty ruined.

    I went to my pals house last night ( I have keys to his house ) he was out for a meal with my other mate. While he was out I went to his house and disconnected his tv, Xbox, Nintendo wii, laptop, iPod and hifi and hid it in a cupboard. I then opened his front door to make it look as if he had been robbed! I hid in the cupboard until he came home which was a whole hour in a dark and cold cupboard ( I did use my Sunwayman v10r to navigate in a small circle )

    It was probably the best prank I've done in years. My mate dom and me have a long history working together and being at school etc. I also introduced him to his current missus my ex flatmate.

    I'm pished!

    I'd like to thank you guys from this thread. A few of you lads have given me messages of kindness after my Sheona passed and it's lovely to have folks with the same hobbies with a bit of compassion for a fellow flashaholic. All the best to the families in the holiday period and all the best for the new year. Loves all over

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    Thank you little brother and the same to you.

    I think we all want some more details about the prank. DId he think he got robbed? Did you scare him?

    Good one

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    Nice to have you here with us Steven. Despite some weeks having passed, I have still thought of you often in your loss, and I hope little by little, you are able to heal and move forward. Not that we forget those we've lost, but we can still move forward, set new goals, make plans, accomplish things. I am hoping for good things for you. We have a lot of life left in us.


    Went to this neat place called Cafe Hollander tonight. As you can guess it's Holland themed. Had a nice bleu cheese type burger, very good. Had a couple brews too, they had like 150 to choose from. Ordered a Russian Imperial Stout but the waiter biffed and brought me this Old Coast Ale instead, from the same brewer out of CA. I told him I still wanted the stout but since he'd have to pitch the other one anyways I'd drink both. He was smart and only charged me for the one I ordered, so he got a decent tip. Anyways, I started in on the first one before the food came and realized late it was a 12% ABV ale. But it was sweet and tasty and smooth! Packed a punch though. Then I drank the stout with my food and figured out it was a 9% brew. I was kinda buzzed when we left. (NOT driving.)

    Bombed around Milwaukee for a bit after that with friends. Went to another cool old hotel for drinks later. Had some 1907 rye whiskey old fashioned. Waitress said people really liked 'em. Eh, it was ok, wasn't overly impressed. But overall it was a fun night.

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    Damn! I didn't want to comment on what you wrote earlier because I must have missed it (never read it) AND didn't want to bring up old stuff so I'll have a look around and in advance, like nbp said, sorry for your loss bro.

    nbp, you are such a nice guy for drinking both beers. I think you're going to heaven for that

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    Happy Xmas everyone. Thanks to everyone who can't be at home with their family, we are thinking of you too.

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    Sweet! I was thinking of buying an Anzio 50 cal semi automatic rifle last year. Shoulda damn bought it.

    http://www.anzioironworks.com/light_50.htm

    A guy had it for around $3500

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    Quote Originally Posted by guiri
    Thank you little brother and the same to you.

    I think we all want some more details about the prank. DId he think he got robbed? Did you scare him?

    Good one
    It's probably the best prank I've ever done in my life. I've pranked this friend a few times a couple of good ones too. He was so so shocked he actually thought he had been robbed. He went straight for the Whisky afterwards to calm his nerve. So good

    Quote Originally Posted by nbp
    Ordered a Russian Imperial Stout but the waiter biffed and brought me this Old Coast Ale instead, from the same brewer out of CA. I told him I still wanted the stout but since he'd have to pitch the other one anyways I'd drink both. He was smart and only charged me for the one I ordered, so he got a decent tip.
    This is the best kind of beer. Two beers! Good the guy only charged you with one drink too. Sounds like a fun night too.

    Quote Originally Posted by guiri
    Damn! I didn't want to comment on what you wrote earlier because I must have missed it (never read it) AND didn't want to bring up old stuff so I'll have a look around and in advance, like nbp said, sorry for your loss bro.

    nbp, you are such a nice guy for drinking both beers. I think you're going to heaven for that
    Don't worry man. I just assume everyone on CPF reads all threads and posts all the time.




    Now for the food..... Christmas dinner was as always pretty average with nothing exciting at all really. On the plus side I managed to avoid Brussel sprouts for the first time in years. Though I'm sure my mum ate enough for the me too.

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