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Robden

Are you hooked on anything, apart from watches?

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Robden    3,867

I have always loved curries. In fact I still have at least two a week. Usually cooked by yours truly.

Lately though, I can't seem to get enough roll mops. Not plain pickled herrings bur proper roll mops.

 

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WRENCH    8,811

Vintage hats, quality footwear, bespoke tailoring, silk scarves, pocket squares, and bicycles. 

My long term motorcycle addiction took a dive after my close pal got wiped out, still got one bike though.

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hughlle    4,143

Ugh . There is a jar in my fridge you can have. Partner bought them for me thinking they were a suitible substitute for anchovies.

I've always been hooked on cheese and charcuterie. Bought 30 quid of the stuff at the market on Saturday :) got a whole pork tenderloin cured with fennel as well as some mulled wine salami, salami with blue cheese, and absurdly spicy chorizo with cheddar.

That and jerky. Now there is some money in the bank i need to crack out the dehydrator. Tempted to buy a 9 tray Excalibur

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Robden    3,867
8 minutes ago, hughlle said:

Ugh . There is a jar in my fridge you can have. Partner bought them for me thinking they were a suitible substitute for anchovies.

I've always been hooked on cheese and charcuterie. Bought 30 quid of the stuff at the market on Saturday :) got a whole pork tenderloin cured with fennel as well as some mulled wine salami, salami with blue cheese, and absurdly spicy chorizo with cheddar.

That and jerky. Now there is some money in the bank i need to crack out the dehydrator. Tempted to buy a 9 tray Excalibur

Yes please. The longer pickled the better.:biggrin:. Oh yeah, cheese. The stronger the better.

I also like yogurt  but it must be plain. Can't stand that baby fruit stuff.

I thought this went in the "open forum".

ETA........Oh it is. I just got lost in the forums

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jsud2002    4,122
19 minutes ago, Robden said:

proper roll mops.

 

Sorry but can I ask what is a rolled mop ?? 

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WRENCH    8,811
1 minute ago, jsud2002 said:

Sorry but can I ask what is a rolled mop ?? 

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jsud2002    4,122
2 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

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and you eat that :swoon:  

I will confess I have never eaten them as I am not a real fish lover. 

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Karrusel    6,169
14 minutes ago, BondandBigM said:

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:partytime:

:laugh: :laugh:

 

Well stone the crow's.......who would have thought that . :swoon:

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BondandBigM    6,718
10 minutes ago, jsud2002 said:

and you eat that :swoon:  

 

I could say the same

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I'll bet they had to pay Bernie to tackle that. 

:laugh: :laugh:

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Nigelp    4,558
14 minutes ago, BondandBigM said:

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:partytime:

:laugh: :laugh:

Hiya matey you've been almost as quiet as me. Hooked? I doubt it. 

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Karrusel    6,169

Apart from watches ?

Hmm......clocks, pocket watches, barometers, watchmakers workshops, horology books, museum's.

Quite a diverse range of interests me thinks. :yes:

 

P.S. I'm told by others, an attraction to strange attire ?

 

 

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Robin S    1,199

I'm hooked on many Shiny things!!! :swoon:

CD's, DVD's/Blu-Rays, Games Consoles and Home Computers, Computer Games, Vintage Calculators, Swiss Army Knives, Synthesizers, Lava Lamps... and as of today maybe.. Ink Pens.   

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Nigelp    4,558
11 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

Apart from watches ?

Hmm......clocks, pocket watches, barometers, watchmakers workshops, horology books, museum's.

Quite a diverse range of interests me thinks. :yes:

 

P.S. I'm told by others, an attraction to strange attire ?

 

 

I don't find your attire strange I think its eloquent, takes me back to Scott Fitzgerald. And images of dust bowls - while the great and the good enjoyed RR roadsters with 2 screens and all in third person by Nick. 

In case of confusion via the narrative (sir) Image result for scott fitzgerald great gatsby

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Karrusel    6,169
1 minute ago, Nigelp said:

I don't find your attire strange I think its eloquent, takes me back to Scott Fitzgerald. And images of dust bowls - while the great and the good enjoyed RR roadsters with 2 screens and all in third person by Nick. 

Thank you kind Sir :thumbsup:

By the way, did those white shoe spats I sent you fit okay ?

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Robden    3,867
49 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

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Mmmmmmmm! My juices are flowing.

2 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

Thank you kind Sir :thumbsup:

By the way, did those white shoe spats I sent you fit okay ?

Love white spats and white walled tyres.

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Nigelp    4,558
4 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

Thank you kind Sir :thumbsup:

By the way, did those white shoe spats I sent you fit okay ?

Sorry I meant first person of course - spent to much time defending third parties. The 'spats' are what keep us going. 

I must add on a purely factual point your guidance re-old mechanical was correct. 

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Karrusel    6,169
1 minute ago, Nigelp said:

Sorry I meant first person of course - spent to much time defending third parties. The 'spats' are what keep us going. 

Or many amused......:whistle:

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Nigelp    4,558
Just now, Karrusel said:

Or many amused......:whistle:

Yes I'm one of the few. 

Though going back to the the op I often think I am addicted and its a reconciliation between Owen and Sasson 

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Karrusel    6,169
3 minutes ago, Nigelp said:

Sorry I meant first person of course - spent to much time defending third parties. The 'spats' are what keep us going. 

I must add on a purely factual point your guidance re-old mechanical was correct. 

 

If memory serves me correctly, hadn't we both became quartz devotees....:yes:

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Nigelp    4,558
Just now, Karrusel said:

 

If memory serves me correctly, hadn't we both became quartz devotees....:yes:

Well I lost that in the midst somewhere can only say the vintage Avia is unquestionable. 

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hughlle    4,143
2 minutes ago, Nigelp said:

Well I lost that in the midst somewhere can only say the vintage Avia is unquestionable. 

Aren't they all :) I'll never part with my Marino

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WRENCH    8,811
42 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

 

 

P.S. I'm told by others, an attraction to strange attire ?

 

 

That's quite normal dear chap. Others are strange. :yes:

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Karrusel    6,169
8 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

That's quite normal dear chap. Others are strange. :yes:

 

That's rather spiffing of you dear Wrench. :thumbsup:

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