A takeaway snack I had on holiday

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lankou

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A takeaway snack I had on holiday

  • on: 27 Nov 2017 04:25PM

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Re: A takeaway snack I had on holiday

  • on: 27 Nov 2017 09:31PM
I'm assuming you enjoyed some fresh crab?  The claws make me shiver slightly though...

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Re: A takeaway snack I had on holiday

  • on: 28 Nov 2017 12:28PM
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The claws make me shiver slightly though...

Snap!

Looks tasting but hard work getting to the meat.

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Re: A takeaway snack I had on holiday

  • on: 30 Dec 2017 08:54PM
When I was in Iceland, the country not the supermarket , in September, I had some lamb soup & it was the best soup Ive had for a very long time.  I also had some fish & chips in Husavik, northern Iceland, after Id been watching humpback whales.  The fish & chips were the best that Ive probably ever had.

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Re: A takeaway snack I had on holiday

  • on: 31 Dec 2017 01:37AM
Also the Icelandic hot dogs were very good. So was their skyr. Had it every breakfast. The real skyr tastes a million times better than the Arla skyr.

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Re: A takeaway snack I had on holiday

  • on: 31 Dec 2017 07:23AM
Bet you paid through the nose for it all, though  >yikes<