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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Brian Yare » Tue Mar 18, 2014 4:43 pm

ABC? This was not in Dusak's original post, and I would not recognize it as a forum member's even if it were.

For black pudding, Schwarzwurst oder Blutwurst might locate a German equivalent.

Good luck, anyway.



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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Bullet Magnet » Tue Mar 18, 2014 11:06 pm

I'll be booking my table very soon, InshAllah...
You sold me when I heard Black Pudding is on the menu soon,.. :up
I'll bring the HP Sauce... :cool:
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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Dusak » Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:06 pm

Bullet Magnet wrote:I'll be booking my table very soon, InshAllah...
You sold me when I heard Black Pudding is on the menu soon,.. :up
I'll bring the HP Sauce... :cool:
If, and I say if there was even a sniff of the wonderful BP's about :eat , they would not be there by tomorrow never mind when you get here. :D PS, but still bring the sauce as its a scandalous price here. :up
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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Bullet Magnet » Sat Mar 22, 2014 12:34 pm

Consider it done Dusak.. :cool:
I may even try to bring in a couple of kilo's of Award Winning Black Pudding from Wales.. :up

I wont be auctioning that off for 20 quid though.. :cg
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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Dusak » Sun Mar 23, 2014 4:39 pm

Bullet Magnet wrote:Consider it done Dusak.. :cool:
I may even try to bring in a couple of kilo's of Award Winning Black Pudding from Wales.. :up

I wont be auctioning that off for 20 quid though.. :cg
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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Brian Yare » Sun Mar 23, 2014 5:23 pm

I may be coming out in early April. But the weather is getting warm. I could bring out the lovely BPs, Pork sausages, bacon, etc., but I don't know how well they will travel. Should I freeze them first and bring them in a freezer bag?

I like the Irish BPs but the Bury rings come a close second.

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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Who2 » Sun Mar 23, 2014 6:48 pm

Just bung every thing in freezer bags, and freeze on the morning of your flight chuck them in the suitcase and everything remains frozen as they have no heating in the baggage hold... :cool:
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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by dsaxelby » Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:40 pm

I pack the bacon, pork pies, etc on the morning and place in the fridge as soon as we arrive, later I may freeze them if it appears that we cannot eat it all. So far that has worked well even with having to travel to Cairo.

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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Brian Yare » Mon Mar 24, 2014 3:16 pm

Who2 wrote:Just bung every thing in freezer bags, and freeze on the morning of your flight chuck them in the suitcase and everything remains frozen as they have no heating in the baggage hold... :cool:
Is the baggage hold really not heated? I've never had any bottles come out frozen (or exploded) so I assume that they maintain a temperature above freezing point. And I've frequently shipped electronic equipment with temperature restrictions, and never had a failure.

Maybe I should check with EgyptAir to find out their baggage hold temperature and pressure. Where do they transport livestock?

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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Sdo » Mon Mar 24, 2014 4:18 pm

Brian Yare wrote:
Who2 wrote:Just bung every thing in freezer bags, and freeze on the morning of your flight chuck them in the suitcase and everything remains frozen as they have no heating in the baggage hold... :cool:
Is the baggage hold really not heated? I've never had any bottles come out frozen (or exploded) so I assume that they maintain a temperature above freezing point. And I've frequently shipped electronic equipment with temperature restrictions, and never had a failure.

Maybe I should check with EgyptAir to find out their baggage hold temperature and pressure. Where do they transport livestock?
They transport livestock in the hold where the temperature is maintained the same as that in the cabin.

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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by HEPZIBAH » Mon Mar 24, 2014 4:32 pm

Sdo wrote:
Brian Yare wrote:
Who2 wrote:Just bung every thing in freezer bags, and freeze on the morning of your flight chuck them in the suitcase and everything remains frozen as they have no heating in the baggage hold... :cool:
Is the baggage hold really not heated? I've never had any bottles come out frozen (or exploded) so I assume that they maintain a temperature above freezing point. And I've frequently shipped electronic equipment with temperature restrictions, and never had a failure.

Maybe I should check with EgyptAir to find out their baggage hold temperature and pressure. Where do they transport livestock?
They transport livestock in the hold where the temperature is maintained the same as that in the cabin.
That would be freezing then! Well at least on the Luxor to UK flights.
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Re: The yum yum Dinner

Post by Brian Yare » Mon Mar 24, 2014 10:06 pm

Sdo wrote:They transport livestock in the hold where the temperature is maintained the same as that in the cabin.
That is rather what I expected.

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