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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
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    I'll be visiting Lymestone Brewery during the week to order 3 keg beers.
    We'll be having a keg (72 pints) of Ein Stein and the same of Lymestone Cowboy, these were two of the beers we had last year, and Mr. K's belated 50th choice of a pin (36 pint) of Stone the Crows. I'll also get a selection of their bottled beers.
    There will be a reasonable selection of fizzy pops and mixers to go with the spirits.
    Proff's bringing some Cider.

    Does anyone have a preference for other bottled and tinned beers/lagers? I'll make sure there's some in the fridge as long as it's reasonably easy to source.
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    San Miguel would be nice.....

    I'll avoid the Stella...
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    Or Fosters, Carlsberg or Carling if cheaper
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    Ooooooh… let me see now. At least quadruple the butterscotch schnapps from last year.


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    I'm not really a beer/ale/lager drinker*. I am partial to an occasional cider. I'll probably make a big dent in the tea urn though



    *It just means there's more for those that DO drink it
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    Pat says any chance of some heineken please old boy,he's partial to the odd crate or two....Dont mind paying for dellivery.!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad biker View Post
    Pat says any chance of some heineken please old boy,he's partial to the odd crate or two....Dont mind paying for dellivery.!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad biker View Post
    Pat says any chance of some heineken please old boy,he's partial to the odd crate or two....Dont mind paying for dellivery.!
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    So are there any takers for the Vegetable Pad Thai I will be cooking Friday evening? It's a noodle based dish and is a great accompaniment to Thai curries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    So are there any takers for the Vegetable Pad Thai I will be cooking Friday evening? It's a noodle based dish and is a great accompaniment to Thai curries.

    At least two to my knowledge Humbug, Kenny and Tallgirl, I'm sure there will be more, it does look rather scrummy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    So are there any takers for the Vegetable Pad Thai I will be cooking Friday evening? It's a noodle based dish and is a great accompaniment to Thai curries.

    I'm not a veggie, but that looks delicious , so I'd be happy to book a couple of large spoonfuls......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    So are there any takers for the Vegetable Pad Thai I will be cooking Friday evening? It's a noodle based dish and is a great accompaniment to Thai curries.

    Did you do this last year? Sure I tried the veggie option and it was bloody lovely (Don't tell anyone I said that though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    So are there any takers for the Vegetable Pad Thai I will be cooking Friday evening? It's a noodle based dish and is a great accompaniment to Thai curries.

    Having had the pleasure of sampling Mr and Mrs Humbugs fare at the Exmoor event,
    This will be lurrvelly

    So I too will be happy too partake

    I'm looking forward to the curry too, as it's my fav
    Last edited by GSaddict; 09-07-14 at 19:17. Reason: Also love curry

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