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tricky

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slow cooked thai beef curry for tea it was decent, beef shin from butchers in junction strasse

wee delivery from 12 Triangles at lunchtime so had a large sausage roll, potato dauphinois pie and broon sauce
 

GORDONSMITH7

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Carajillo for breakfast, well two actually.
My beer gadget Fizzics Draftpour arrived from the USA today so had to experiment with various bottles, cans and beer types. The appliance of science can be pleasant.


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GORDONSMITH7

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Late supper. Vegetable Pathia, lemon boiled rice and Peshwari nan from Shapla, Easter Road, courtesy of Dunfermline Athletic and bet365.

Washed down with this....The glass without nitro foam, poured straight from the bottle, did not go to waste.

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I saw Matt McGinn back in the day and if you listen carefully his backing back then was Billy Connolly on banjo and Tam Harvey guitar. The man who eat the biled ham raw. Brilliant.



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Carajillo for breakfast, well two actually.
My beer gadget Fizzics Draftpour arrived from the USA today so had to experiment with various bottles, cans and beer types. The appliance of science can be pleasant.


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What do you think of the Carajillo, nice eh?
 

GORDONSMITH7

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Tea time. Large bowl of Bubble and Squeak, broom sauce, half a baquette.

Listening to various stuff on Amazon Music.

Drinking Aryan Blonde, ....erm sorry Arran Blonde 5% ABV

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GORDONSMITH7

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Breakfast, carajillo and a big yawn.

Lunch time, tomato and cucumber sandwich on half baguette.

Elvis Juice. Chilling listening to Andy Williams, Matt Monro, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin etc.

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Sir Shrink

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I made a chicken casserole with leeks, carrots, parsnips and gravy, sliced roat tatties, more carrots and a crusty loaf for mopping up, wine and Paul O'Grady on in the background.
Grub is top notch.
That nasally whining voice would gimme the dry boak though.
Can’t stand the man.
 

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