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Understand that? You're not alone.

magnetism2772
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Understand that? You're not alone.

"3Q d orz!"
No point in giving away everything before the show, hmm



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pierre_pierre
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Re: Understand that? You're not alone.

dont you then?

pierre_pierre
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Re: Understand that? You're not alone.

see I can post rubbish as well
Steve
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Re: Understand that? You're not alone.

The truth Is out there...


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Re: Understand that? You're not alone.

Quote from: pierre_pierre
see I can post rubbish as well

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magnetism2772
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gosh it was from a film of mars
pierre_pierre
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did you know they found water on mars?
magnetism2772
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Yes I knew that but its mostly permafrost  as Mars is much further from the Sun than Earth
pierre_pierre
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I have heard of fried Mars in Batter, but surely frozen will beak your teeth when you try and eat them
Steve
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What does a deep fried Mars bar taste like?
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Up north we visited Stonehaven, a nice old seaside town south of Aberdeen. The Carron (formerly The Haven) chippie  there claims to be the home of the deep-fried Mars Bar. As it's the first time I've seen one on a menu I had to try one. It's a curious thing, an example of whatever the modern equivalent of tartanry is - something that represents Scotland worldwide but isn't very common when you live here. Londoners recently voted it the 6th best Scottish invention while Scots didn't include it in their top 10 at all.
So, what was it like? Well, it was very well made for a start. The batter was beautifully light and crispy and sealed the chocolate so none of it oozed out. Initially, a very tidy snack. The first bite was magical - a lovely mix of savoury and sweet. The crunch of the batter contrasted nicely with the gooey filling. The Mars bar doesn't melt but the caramel and the Milky Way-style fluffy stuff (technical term?) melt together and go all marshmallowy. Overall, it was surprisingly nice but after a couple of bites I'd had enough. I wouldn't eat a normal Mars bar really, so it's no reflection on its deep fried friend.

More here....http://www.ilike.org.uk/2007/10/what_does_a_deep_fried_mars_ba.html
magnetism2772
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Not young enough to know everything
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I seem to remember Ice Cream Fritters once on a very early TV  cooking programme, often wondered what they tasted like...any experiencesHuh
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