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Steak house what was in talks, website here, http://www.steak-box.com/

Ok place, if you are big man,order two steaks

Quality is ok but the portions are not hungry horse style! You are right.

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Yesterday I went to Waterloo. Met some lad from the senior service on their way to Windsor for an armed forces parade for the Queen, later their was a flypast with spits and hurricanes forming a '60' as they past, Battle of Britain Memorial flight and the latest fighters, dont know if any of you caught it. I was on a day trip to Exeter, booked early £27 1st class return, arrived on time and back 5 minutes early. If I had gone on the day one of the ticket options was £228! Fish and chips in Exeter was £4.70 for a small portion and in Lloyds bar I managed to fins a beer that was "on" so half of Bay's Devon IPA (5.1) was £1.10. It did not rain and the scenery was as I remember, I went by Salisbury.

Today I will cook sunday lunch, Roast leg of Lamb, roast and new potatoes, parsnips, carrots, brussel sprouts and peas, does anyone remember?

Another day nearer to my returnsmile.png

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Yesterday I went to Waterloo. Met some lad from the senior service on their way to Windsor for an armed forces parade for the Queen, later their was a flypast with spits and hurricanes forming a '60' as they past, Battle of Britain Memorial flight and the latest fighters, dont know if any of you caught it. I was on a day trip to Exeter, booked early £27 1st class return, arrived on time and back 5 minutes early. If I had gone on the day one of the ticket options was £228! Fish and chips in Exeter was £4.70 for a small portion and in Lloyds bar I managed to fins a beer that was "on" so half of Bay's Devon IPA (5.1) was £1.10. It did not rain and the scenery was as I remember, I went by Salisbury.

Today I will cook sunday lunch, Roast leg of Lamb, roast and new potatoes, parsnips, carrots, brussel sprouts and peas, does anyone remember?

Another day nearer to my returnsmile.png

Only another 2.2 month's to go Dave. Exeter A say no more joy of joy's, How can they British rail what ever come up with price's that are so far apart. Passnip's new spud's Jersey one's should be out by now. Brussel sprout's not to much of a problem as can get them here all be it not tight more like Brussel top's but still delish, When I'm back in blighty I over dose on Lamb and alway's have Yorkshire pud on every occation. You just enjoy and don't get to tubby. H/M has roast pork today alas no passnip's or apple sauce come to that but will have the roast spud's, brussel top's, and lot's of crackling. Oh dont forget the mint sauce.

Re fly past no didn't get it here sorry to say, that remind's me must get some bunting for H/M Tower's.

H/M K.K.P.

H/CITY.

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Yesterday I went to Waterloo. Met some lad from the senior service on their way to Windsor for an armed forces parade for the Queen, later their was a flypast with spits and hurricanes forming a '60' as they past, Battle of Britain Memorial flight and the latest fighters, dont know if any of you caught it. I was on a day trip to Exeter, booked early £27 1st class return, arrived on time and back 5 minutes early. If I had gone on the day one of the ticket options was £228! Fish and chips in Exeter was £4.70 for a small portion and in Lloyds bar I managed to fins a beer that was "on" so half of Bay's Devon IPA (5.1) was £1.10. It did not rain and the scenery was as I remember, I went by Salisbury.

Today I will cook sunday lunch, Roast leg of Lamb, roast and new potatoes, parsnips, carrots, brussel sprouts and peas, does anyone remember?

Another day nearer to my returnsmile.png

I remember and I also remember that I hate brussel sprouts, not struck on parsnips and the best sort of peas are Bachelors processed peas with minty mushy peas close behind.

I am now old enough NOT to have to eat Brussels sprouts.

I do miss new potatos with fresh mint from the garden though.

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Yesterday I went to Waterloo. Met some lad from the senior service on their way to Windsor for an armed forces parade for the Queen, later their was a flypast with spits and hurricanes forming a '60' as they past, Battle of Britain Memorial flight and the latest fighters, dont know if any of you caught it. I was on a day trip to Exeter, booked early £27 1st class return, arrived on time and back 5 minutes early. If I had gone on the day one of the ticket options was £228! Fish and chips in Exeter was £4.70 for a small portion and in Lloyds bar I managed to fins a beer that was "on" so half of Bay's Devon IPA (5.1) was £1.10. It did not rain and the scenery was as I remember, I went by Salisbury.

Today I will cook sunday lunch, Roast leg of Lamb, roast and new potatoes, parsnips, carrots, brussel sprouts and peas, does anyone remember?

Another day nearer to my returnsmile.png

I remember and I also remember that I hate brussel sprouts, not struck on parsnips and the best sort of peas are Bachelors processed peas with minty mushy peas close behind.

I am now old enough NOT to have to eat Brussels sprouts.

I do miss new potatos with fresh mint from the garden though.

I brought back with me last time Farrow's marrow fat peas, just for old time sake per chance opened them last night to go with my sausage mash and onions, alas not as I remembered them watery with not to much flavour in the end added some vinigar to make a sort of mushy peas and still no better so they went in the bin. I won't be doing that again you can stick the north country delicacies. Bring on the London passnip's.

H/M K.P.P.

H/CITY.

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You are a hard lot to please from KPP!

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You are a hard lot to please from KPP!

Nah, not really.

It is just that you NakWan guys are too easy.

Up here we have standards, admittedly not that high but way above the NakWan levels.

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You are a hard lot to please from KPP!

Ok H/M will have to come out of the closet as to why I came back with a tin of pea's to-wit Farrow's marrow fat it was a scientific test to see how the lower class lived food wise. As a certain exeter seemed to live on perfumed gin cheese and onion crisp's and so far had survived, H/M thought wrongly as it turned out that this might be the way to go.

It seem's that Blighty is split into 3 part's the peep's from up north (That's anything 5 mile's north of London and the peep's that come from the south west) Up north they seem to do a lot of traveling about on train's (maybe the reason that they live next to a railway line here 'wrong side as it turn's out') with tin's of mushy pea's, and I have heard that from the S/W they put a slice of carrot in their Gin instead of lemon allegedly hence the name carrot cruncher's. So the other night when H/M tried out the lower class menu of international cuisine he dropped a clanger big time. The game sausage's were very nice and mash and onion's passable only to be totally ruined by the lower class of pea's, H/M now knows why the lesser peep's tend to be very rotund and a bit grumpy and accuse us upper class of being hard to please.

I have to tell you that H/M will be traveling down south via the N/Smog by-pass on his way to BKK on Thursday, so if any of you lesser mob would like to put out the bunting I might be tempted to slow down a trite to sign the odd autograph. There something for you to look forward to, royalty at last.

H/M K.P.P.

H/CITY.

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NO invitation to try the delights of the KPP way of life then or is just a myth? I bet you lot really live on Ginsters Cornish pasties, the pride of Cornwall?

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NO invitation to try the delights of the KPP way of life then or is just a myth? I bet you lot really live on Ginsters Cornish pasties, the pride of Cornwall?

NO invitation to try the delights of the KPP way of life then or is just a myth? I bet you lot really live on Ginsters Cornish pasties, the pride of Cornwall?

You are more than welcome to try the delight's if you wish. H/M has mixed with all sort's over the year's, some of my groom's came from the west country, I have even mastered some of the dialect, I'm sorry to say have never heard of Ginster's but the Cornish pasty done well is a delight. I would have thought that you would have been into Devon Grit's they resemble salt a vinegar crisp's allegedly.

H/M K.P.P.

H/CITY.

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I was up in the capital city today for my monthly resupply run but no time to see H/M, perhaps later this week as I need to make a return trip.

I actually come from the Royal Kingdom of Wessex and the major port of Poole.

I am therefore not a Hamphirre hog but a Dorset dog.

A true son of the county as the saying goes,

Not as far west as exeter but further south than H/M.

Dorset born,

Dorset bredm

Strong in the arm

and weak in the head.

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I was up in the capital city today for my monthly resupply run but no time to see H/M, perhaps later this week as I need to make a return trip.

I actually come from the Royal Kingdom of Wessex and the major port of Poole.

I am therefore not a Hamphirre hog but a Dorset dog.

A true son of the county as the saying goes,

Not as far west as exeter but further south than H/M.

Dorset born,

Dorset bredm

Strong in the arm

and weak in the head.

Orrf to BKK on Thursday Bill won't be back till Sunday at the earliest. Any time next week though your always welcome.

Fred.

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I was up in the capital city today for my monthly resupply run but no time to see H/M, perhaps later this week as I need to make a return trip.

I actually come from the Royal Kingdom of Wessex and the major port of Poole.

I am therefore not a Hamphirre hog but a Dorset dog.

A true son of the county as the saying goes,

Not as far west as exeter but further south than H/M.

Dorset born,

Dorset bredm

Strong in the arm

and weak in the head.

Orrf to BKK on Thursday Bill won't be back till Sunday at the earliest. Any time next week though your always welcome.

Fred.

OK Yaaaaa

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