Any Taiwanese Food Fanatic Out There??

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Re: Any Taiwanese Food Fanatic Out There??

Postby Buttercup » 01 Dec 2008, 18:23

Since I got voted off the island, I really miss hotpot. You can get it in the UK, but it's not the same without a drive to the hotsprings first with all my Friday night hotpot gang...
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Re: Any Taiwanese Food Fanatic Out There??

Postby urodacus » 01 Dec 2008, 21:44

LPs only taste good if the book has seen a LOT of travel, and hence collected a large number of flavourful stains. If it's a fairly new edition, you need to add a lot of salt and chili, because it's much less spicy these days.

Unless you mean LP records? That's crazy: who eats records?
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Re: Any Taiwanese Food Fanatic Out There??

Postby Buttercup » 01 Dec 2008, 21:47

Silly wabbit. It means yer bollocks.
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