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Re: The Gourmet (cough) Sailor

sorry lads

late to the feast

since I started posting videos on gastronomy I have been sent somefree stuff

dehydrated soup from the USA _$4.25 per sachet

I have also been sent upmarket pot noodles

KTL will be starting gastronomy courses in February

it is a three part course spread across three weekends

£100 per delegate

the course will cover

1/boiling water

2/boiling cans

3/boiling my head

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PS - anyone remember Graham Kerr - the galloping gourmet
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His name btw was Graeme Kerr .... originally a Kiwi, Later made his mark in Oz and then went to Canada I think. Don't even know if he is still in the land of living.
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Regarding Pot noodles, upmarket or not ... most asian supermarkets stock the ingredients for various forms of noodle soup without the noodles. Noodles themselves are a doddle to cook and you end up with a far superior result to the overcooked gunk that comes out of the pot noodle containers. Its still a one pot operation but the results will not cause your taste buds to mutiny.

We have kept pot noodles on board for emergency supplies but it takes a lot for me to eat 'em when the real thing is so easy and damn near as quick.
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His name btw was Graeme Kerr .... originally a Kiwi, Later made his mark in Oz and then went to Canada I think. Don't even know if he is still in the land of living.
He's still vertical (his name is actually Graham Kerr). His show was always one of my mom's favorites.
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life is tough up here in maine,the lobster is so cheap everybody got a bag full[cheaper than meat] and its a 1 container dish,boilim up
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There should be a comedy forum. This should be in it.
I thought the tin can was going to explode. I'm still laughing.
Thank you for that. : )
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