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    Talking Those Brits really know how to cook!!!

    Snail porridge restaurant's award!

    But for 97.50, guests can enjoy snail porridge, sardine on toast sorbet and smoked bacon and egg ice-cream.
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    Re: Those Brits really know how to cook!!!

    Originally posted by gandolf989
    Snail porridge restaurant's award!
    Barf bag is extra!!!
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    Another shining example of putting sh*t in a nice wrapper, charging a fortune and gaining the notoriety of the elite yuppie jerkoffs of the world.
    I remember when this place was cool.

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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Another shining example of putting sh*t in a nice wrapper, charging a fortune and gaining the notoriety of the elite yuppie jerkoffs of the world.
    Well as long as you put it in a nice wrapper.
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    Hmmm, so in the Top 10 Restaurants of the World, we have ...
    • Four from the UK
    • Three from the US
    • One from Aus
    • One from Spain
    • One from France

    So, that should get the frogs pissed off then -- especially when the winner get a mention for l'escargot.
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    Another culinary triumph. Best salt.

    http://slate.msn.com/id/2117243/

    Best salt? Whoever knew there was such a thing.
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    Another culinary triumph. Best salt.

    http://slate.msn.com/id/2117243/

    Best salt? Whoever knew there was such a thing.
    Dave I have always called you the salt of the earth!

    "Lovely! Looks like dandruff but tastes like food. It's a salty snack on its own."
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