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    spinach and ricotta ravioli. Store-bought because I made it
    once before and it's just too much fiddling around (especially
    with a filling like ricotta).

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    Osetian pie (North Caucasian pizza-like meal) and a VERY nice Gui Hua tea. Although uflavored, it has a subtle apricot touch.
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    Sliced Turkey Breast with italian baby plum tomatoes.

    I had some Bar-b-q oval chips as a side dish too ....

    Probably too COLOURFUL for Frosty ..........................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar7777 View Post
    Probably too COLOURFUL for Frosty ..........................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    so, is the chocolate bar "fun size" or did they just pick the
    world's weirdest angle for the cover picture?



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    ...and a VERY nice Gui Hua tea. Although uflavored, it has a subtle apricot touch.
    I have not tried the tea in question, but I have occasionally
    tried different [black tea] fruit-infusions and I am surprised how
    well apricot works in tea - arguably better than berry fruits and
    citrus [aside from lemon].

    Speaking of unusual flavoUrs, I am currently drinking some so-called
    green rooibos.

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    Yeah, it's fun sized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    I have not tried the tea in question
    It's an oolong, rather popular one and widely available. To me it worth trying.

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    I am surprised how
    well apricot works in tea - arguably better than berry fruits and
    citrus [aside from lemon].
    Fully agree. Dried apricots is my favorite thing to go with tea, although I never add anything to brew. I even made a small research (rather personal and unscientific ) about pairing diferent varieties of tea/apricots.
    They usually sell 5-6 diferent kinds of dried apricots with diferent flavours (my spelling is definitely getting better). I prefer small orange cherry-size mountain apricots (sour) or that fat round, sweet, and almost-red type. I'll try to post some pics tomorrow.

    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    Speaking of unusual flavoUrs, I am currently drinking some so-called
    green rooibos
    I'll try to find it. My previous experience with rooibos wasn't very inspiring, but may be I just brewed it wrong.
    Just don't tell foecats I'm here

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    French fries, baby sprouts, chopped ham and pork slices with some brie cheese.

    Followed this with Mandarin segments and Ice cream.

    The coloUr and flavoUr was magnificent. The spelling was right out of the Oxford Dictionary.

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    I cut a hole in a chicken breast stuck some ham swiss and bacon in then dipped in butter rolled in crumbs, baked it.

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