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Old 4th September 2011, 04:33 AM   #531
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Sure beats what I had for dinner tonight....

The menu said " Meat Balls - Ikea Style "

One of the problems working on a Norwegian vessel is that the food has a nordik flavour in more ways than one.

If it's not been dried, salted and buried in quicklime for 6 months, the noggies are not happy. Of course , it then has to be boiled for hours before being eaten (Dave Fox - Make Love, Not Lutefisk)

And then there's "Seaman' Beef" aka whale !!


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Sure beats what I had for dinner tonight....

The menu said " Meat Balls - Ikea Style "

One of the problems working on a Norwegian vessel is that the food has a nordik flavour in more ways than one.

If it's not been dried, salted and buried in quicklime for 6 months, the noggies are not happy. Of course , it then has to be boiled for hours before being eaten (Dave Fox - Make Love, Not Lutefisk)

And then there's "Seaman' Beef" aka whale !!


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Lucky guy, how about the fermented shark Iceland style.? I hope the horrendous tax on proof alcohol is waived at sea.
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Old 6th September 2011, 04:31 PM   #535
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................ I hope the horrendous tax on proof alcohol is waived at sea.
I wish ..!!

We're 100% dry.

Zero tolerance etc.. instant dismissal.etc .. random urine tests


When I started in the early '70s, the first thing you were asked "What do you drink?"



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Old 10th September 2011, 07:33 AM   #536
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Have you gotten to the stage of the infamous Brown Cheese, the Gammelost ( tastes better with a drop of aquavite), grilled dried cod, and the Smalahove?
Seems to me you still have a long way to go..
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Chou Croute/Sour kraut, has to be done proper though with the sausage and meat. Delicious.

Lobster Thermidore, enough said
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At last, finally some time for decent grub again.

Smoked duck breast salad, with a HQ apple, sundried tomato, walnuts, lettuce.
Dressing of olive oil, balsamico, honey, S&P.

(so basic, i never felt the need to alter it over the last couple of decades, me boring)
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Jacco and boring just don't seem to go together.

The salad looks great.
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Never a dull moment with you either, Cal.

(even during our regular brawl days. )
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