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Old 10-07-17, 04:36 PM
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All of these fabulous non-fixie meals invariably bring up that life existential question - "Doth non-fixie cycle to experience alimentazione or doth he experience alimentazione in order to cycle?"

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Some questions are better left unanswered.
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Old 10-08-17, 09:37 AM
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Mmmm, lardo...
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Mmmm, lardo...
I had a slice of lardo in Puglia. It was pretty amazing condidering it's fat with just a hint of flesh discolouring the middle. With a glass of Aglianico.
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Beautiful meals, non-fixie.

Went to Brown's country market and brought home this deep dish apple pie.
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Old 04-29-18, 09:38 AM
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Spent a couple of days in Ostbelgien, that part of Belgium where they speak German. Lovely area, and being in the Ardennes during the asparagus season can only lead to one thing: asparagus nach Ardenner Art. Now, does that look C&V or doesn't it?



And of course that famous ham also finds its way into the dish that started this thread, and still my favorite cycling lunch dish: the Strammer Max:

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Old 05-01-18, 06:12 AM
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That looks good.
We were 4 weeks in Japan. Here is a picture of the breakfast at a place we stayed.

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Late May (straw)berries for $7. Some funny shapes.

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What a wonderful picture! If any picture ever signified the cultural spread on this forum, it's this one. Love it!

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That looks good.
We were 4 weeks in Japan. Here is a picture of the breakfast at a place we stayed.

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Every time I see this post's title, I'm wondering if you're inviting everyone over. Which you might do, but this would require a plane ticket from me.

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this thread makes me hungry for some reason
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Every time I see this post's title, I'm wondering if you're inviting everyone over. Which you might do, but this would require a plane ticket from me.

Maybe someday!
If you're ever in the neighbourhood, let me know and I'll be happy to treat you to an uitsmijter.

Meanwhile, on the French coast ...

Lousy riding weather today, so we skipped that bit and went straight on to lunch. What could be more classic than a plate of fruits de mer and a glass of Pouilly-Fumé?


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Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post


If you're ever in the neighbourhood, let me know and I'll be happy to treat you to an uitsmijter.

Meanwhile, on the French coast ...

Lousy riding weather today, so we skipped that bit and went straight on to lunch. What could be more classic than a plate of fruits de mer and a glass of Pouilly-Fumé?


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There are quite a few reasons why my better half and me keep coming back to France with our bikes, and one of them is definitely the food.

This time we're back in south-western France, home of the foie gras, and ...

... Andouillette!!

Lunch today:


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Today, a true classic that has disappeared from the menus in my country decades ago: veal kidneys in a Madeira sauce.

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How was the andouillette? I had it a few years ago in France, it had an interestinf taste. My wife did not like it, not even the smell.
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How was the andouillette? I had it a few years ago in France, it had an interestinf taste. My wife did not like it, not even the smell.
"Interesting" is a mild way of putting it. They're made of intestines, and as a rule don't leave much to the imagination as to what those were previously used for.

This one was actually fairly bland, and as such somewhat disappointing. Still very nice, though.
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A couple of days in Stockholm presented me with an opportunity to try a Swedish classic: Toast Skagen. A shrimp salad (mayo, shrimps, horseradish and dill) on toast. Very, very nice.

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