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#41 Kitelife

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 06:46 AM

IRON KITE!

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 07:14 AM

Just one thing to say to you lot.



ROAST BEEF AND YORKSHIRE PUDDING.


(with the emphasise on the "YORKSHIRE")



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Posted 15 May 2007 - 07:27 AM

I now have a picture in my head of John B standing on a podium with fog surrounding his legs, arms crossed holding a set of rev handles...

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 07:32 AM

Let the battle begin!

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 01:00 PM

I now have a picture in my head of John B standing on a podium with fog surrounding his legs, arms crossed holding a set of rev handles...

-Alden

good alden ,, it would be a build off as john or GRANDMASTER B as we will call him slects the metreal and the 2 competetors will freestyle a quad line that will impress the judges . the metreal can be anything from plastic to rip stop and each flier wil have 60 seconds for his/her team to create a quad line that will fly the best . but it doesnt have to be just a quad it can be anything GRANDMASTER B chooses ;) and like the tasteing this will be the test fly after the battle.where 3 judges (monkey egan davis and antman lol) each judge will give their opion and choose the winner .. the iron kiter . or the challenger.. hows that ;)
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Posted 15 May 2007 - 07:49 PM

I now have a picture in my head of John B standing on a podium with fog surrounding his legs, arms crossed holding a set of rev handles...

-Alden

I have a caption for this image!

"Just after Johns first Curry"
or "Toilet roll on standby in the fridge sir" a Krytie quote for all you Dwarfers.

Yorkshire Pud, I have a tear rolling down my face :(
Did you know that they don't do mince pies over here!!!!!!!

Wicked cheese cake though. As said by Skitch.
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Posted 15 May 2007 - 07:54 PM

IRON KITE!


I'm going to quite hijacking this site on food and let it go back to the deserving masters of the Master Series........

AND,,,,take it over to Kitelines with an Idea for John B.

Check later and tell me what you think....

I'll start it with the title........IRON KITE!

To be continued.

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 07:58 PM

Take note, Kite Lines is an out of print publication "reprinted" in PDF form on Kitelife, two separate entities. ;)

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 08:42 PM

Take note, Kite Lines is an out of print publication "reprinted" in PDF form on Kitelife, two separate entities. ;)


Ouch.....of course I meant Kitelife!!! Where else would we go for all areas of Kite talk?

Sorry JB.

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 09:13 PM

No worries, just thought I'd clarify. ;)

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 09:52 PM

What NO YORKSHIRE PUD, roast beef and cheesecake sonds a bit strange. LOVE cheescake though.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 06:48 AM

Roast beef with anything else BUT yorkshire pud sound strange to me Baloo !!!.
Mind you, i am a yorkshireman and not one of thoes pansies from across the pond!!!!!.
( That should set the cat amongst the pigeons and no mistake).




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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:26 AM

Did you know that they don't do mince pies over here!!!!!!!


My mom makes a GLORIOUS mince pie, Ill have to try and bring you one
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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:58 AM

IRON KITE!

Thinking of the words "IRON KITE" slightly different.
Somewhere I must have a picture of a flying iron kite, photo taken at Fano Denmark in the early 90s.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 02:38 PM

the flavors of flying are tasty to me ;)
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Posted 13 July 2007 - 04:02 PM

I love that REV isn't afraid to take chances and sell limited amounts of truely unique designs. Thank you REV.

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 12:02 AM

My mom makes a GLORIOUS mince pie, Ill have to try and bring you one


Are we talking 'mince pies' as in mincemeat - the Christmassy, fruity stuff , or 'mince' as in minced beef? My gran (from Yorkshire) used to make pies with mince and peas and stuff. Probably sounds appalling to anyone who can't visualise it, but Oh My God were they good! LOL

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 12:19 AM

OHHHH Bazzer. I know you travel this fine land to kite fests galore. Are you telling me you have never stopped to enjoy the many fine tastes that this great country has to offer?
The amazing flavors of the south....BBQ is amazing and has many different styles, flavors and preparations. All homegrown from what was available from the local land. It's an art, it's an addiction and it will give you a reason for lite beer. When stuffing oneself with perfectly smoked brisket drizzled with a succulent sauce accompanied by a myriad of side dishes...that light gold "water" with just a little kick seems to go well. (Have you ever heard of the yellow BBQ from the Carolinas? Mustard based instead of Tomato! Damn it's good)

How about true Chili Verde from New Mexico, Pastrami from New York....the real stuff? Have you ever bitten into a REAL Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich? Let's talk about Nebraska Beef.....Much better than Kobe and a lot less $. How about New England Clam Chowder? The many amazing foods from the Southwest? (Flavors that cannot be imagined without first being experienced.) Let's talk about Soul Food from back east and down south. Sourdough bread from San Francisco? Chicago Style Pizza (yeah I know where you'll go with that one, but it is defintely an American rendition),

How about Tennessee Whiskey...OOPS...not really a food. Fried Chicken (of which the Colonel knows nothing about anymore), grits, chicken fried steak, sweet tea and fried pies? .......How about Creole food?

New York Cheesecake, blintzes, Waldorf Salad, potato pancakes, Delmonico Steak, Eggs Benedict, Vichysoisse, New York Egg Cream or a Steak Diane...how about the Rueben Sandwich. How about Chicken pot pie, Cole Slaw, apple butter, pickled beets......etc.

Or for now I'll just take a big ole bowl of Chili with a huge hunk of Cornbread. I'll pass on the lite beer for this one and get my self a nice cold Samuel Adams or maybe a Rolling Rock from back east.

That's the great thing about this country. As varied as the people that live here, the food of our country continues to grow and evolve. We like to try new things and blend flavors to create. So, bring what you got...it'll end up in a pizza, a salad, a sauce..???? And it will be good.

Now, I have to catch a plane over to London so I can check out another one of the many Original English Curry Rest. Or maybe get some fried fish and chips (french fries....pom frittes?)

Oh, and to end this .... let me bring up the one food that saved the first group of Englanders that came to our beautiful shores....Maizze....Corn. Have you ever had Indian Corn Pudding, REAL cornbread or Fritters....how about corn chips? HMMM?

Take care Baz. You live close to me. Let's go out to eat!!!!! :lol: :lol: ! I know a few good places out here that I bet you've never been to.

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Ah yes, but all that pales into insignificance in Scotland.... Here you can have - and I'm TOTALLY serious -

Deep-fried Mars Bars (someone suggest a similar US candy bar, or do you get 'em over there?)

Deep-fried pizza. With fries (and I'm not talking about little thin McD-type fries either, but thick, hand-cut, twice-fried (to make 'em soft and hold more fat....) ones

As above, but IN BATTER!!!

Deep-fried haggis. In batter. With fries, as above.....

We go to McDonalds for the starters though....

And so on, and so on. Honestly, you Americans who haven't experienced this sort of stuff simply would not believe it. We are, funnily enough, the obesity and heart-disease kings of Europe. Some people say there's a link, but I just don't see it....

It all tastes great though! LMAO


Now, I have to go - I need to visit the bathroom and the guy with crane will be here in a minute.

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 01:48 AM

Hay Fraser.
Never mind all this rich food, you get back to your butteries.!!!!!!!!


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Posted 14 July 2007 - 02:06 AM

Hay Fraser.
Never mind all this rich food, you get back to your butteries.!!!!!!!!


Derek(west yorkshire)


Yeah. I'm on a health kick though - I'm not putting lard on 'em.




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