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Old 12-28-2014, 03:02 PM   #1
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Breakfast/lunch/tea/dinner - per Bansil

We tried to have tea each afternoon in the bus once the build got underway. Now with the bus completed, its just plain fun to cook up breakfast, lunch and dinner. Jack

Tea in the rough.

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Old 12-28-2014, 03:56 PM   #2
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Okay since its the first after mine......

I will give....

7/10
-1 newspaper and duct tape table
-1 no napkin
-1 no food/tea layed out in picture
-1 no fork or spoon (we are civilized)
-1 no torquewrench

+1 beautiful lady
+1 fresh flowers

See how this works?

Almost gigged you for no tape measure


Great job!!!!!

after a careful relook...I..ugh...have...ugh..

11/10
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Old 12-28-2014, 05:31 PM   #3
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Ah Bansil, you are a stern taskmaster--but you really need to wash your eye glasses! There IS tea in the cups (+1). Wiffy has a fork in her hand (second pic)(+1) and a pretty woman is ALWAYS worth +2! I'm sure all will agree--so fix it! Jack
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Old 12-29-2014, 08:02 AM   #4
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here is what started this:

My breakfast picture

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Bansil, is all the "hardware" for if you don't like the way the eggs or bacon is not cooked? ... LOL
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Bansil, is all the "hardware" for if you don't like the way the eggs or bacon is not cooked? ... LOL



I'm the chef



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Old 12-29-2014, 09:30 PM   #7
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Bus is looking very cool Jack. What's on the menu?

Bansil, what is the contraption to the left of your plate? How about a close up. Is that a Hi Power?
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Ah CC. I'm spoiled and had to ask wiffy what it was she had whipped up. I could tell it would have been better if I had remembered on my own------. Anyway, it was Chinese sweet sour containing red and green bell peppers, sweet onions and of course SPAM since we were boondocking. It was also the first time use of our new little rice cooker,'nuff for two and happy to run on the inverter. If you haven't guessed, a guy could starve to death around my house if he didn't know how to eat with chop sticks-- I can work 'em with either hand! Heated canned brown bread with raisins was served along with Mandarin Orange tea for desert. Yummm! Jack
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Spam sounds good to me. As long as there is a beer to wash it down.
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enough beer and spam becomes prime rib!!!
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