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    Quote Originally Posted by bombay View Post
    It seems tomalives are not available in uk.

    Is this a good recipe Tomolives – Pickling Green Tomatoes ?

    I will make a batch tonight then get back to you in a week after a sampling or two in martinis. If my writing looks like this 'realllyu goodojw wilkl definterly drinj agaim' it means it was a good review
    Looks good. Make sure you use tomatoes about the size of an olive on the medium or a little larger size. I'd send you a jar from the US but even here mailing costs are twice the cost of the item itself (glass jars). Not easily found in many stores either but I have a crackerjack daughter-in-law that finds things nobody else can. Awaiting your judgkempt (whoops shouldn't drink in the morning.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bombay View Post
    I'm yet to try a Gibson. Is it better than it sounds?
    Napster nootly!
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    here is how my first ever batch looks
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    You sir, are one fast worker. Or do you live in a time warp and knew what before now? Let them soak a goodly time. Should have almost an olive drab color to them. Bright green is still too raw (and un-tangy.)

    Good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorfeld View Post
    You sir, are one fast worker. Or do you live in a time warp and knew what before now?
    I don't know what whenever, I lose days when I am drinking but Ed lives in the future so I know when he posts in Tuesday club pour une it must be monday

    If you were a gin drinker you would note that the bottle I used was fever tree tonic water after I just poured myself a pint of g&t
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    I have never had a problem with Ogallala-although I understand they have an industrial strength (name escapes me) that will burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irish19 View Post
    I have never had a problem with Ogallala-although I understand they have an industrial strength (name escapes me) that will burn.
    Okay but do you have any rum cocktail recipes?
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    I like my rum dark and neat, preferably in a pottery mug whilst sitting around a campfire. Lamb's Navy or Cruzan Blackstrap are favourites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bombay View Post
    I don't know what whenever, I lose days when I am drinking but Ed lives in the future so I know when he posts in Tuesday club pour une it must be monday
    Ney lad, as jethro tull would say you are living in the past. It'll confuse the pants off you if I do a FTSCPU post after 8 am, won't it.
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    Bread and water can so easily become tea and toast

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    ok thats one more day i wont know the day, im thick as a brick
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