Norwegian Tunnel Fondue?

#4
I'm a guttersnipe, can I have a slice of arctic roll?

Actually I'm thinking about making goulash for dinner... That's a bit '70's isn't it?
 
#7
That's a pity, I like that cheese. If anyone's interested there's a cheese shop very close to Hereford cathedral that sells it.
 
#8
It was Vesta curries used to close my tunnel.
 
#9
WTF ... I go back to Norway soon and that cheese with Strawbery jam is spot on !

All in all their food is utter crap though !
 
#10
It was Vesta curries used to close my tunnel.
I bought one of those in a pound shop about a year ago for the nostalgia value. Cooked the rice one night when I was stuck for some... Haven't had the balls to do the curry yet!
 
#11
WTF ... I go back to Norway soon and that cheese with Strawbery jam is spot on !

All in all their food is utter crap though !
Their 1001 types of pickled herring aren't bad. A chunk of bread with brunost and herring on ... great way to start the day.

I kept the strawberry jam for the waffles.
 

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#13
WTF ... I go back to Norway soon and that cheese with Strawbery jam is spot on !

All in all their food is utter crap though !
Anywhere with fjords has shite food. Norway, Iceland, the Kola Peninsula, most of New Zealand and the ******* Faroe Islands. Nice view, shite food. Oregon, Washington State and points north have fjords too. You can get a McDonalds every 700 miles or so. Or a hot turkey sandwich. With curly fries.

Fjords = Shite Food. It is in the bible.
 
#17
Anywhere with fjords has shite food. Norway, Iceland, the Kola Peninsula, most of New Zealand and the ******* Faroe Islands. Nice view, shite food. Oregon, Washington State and points north have fjords too. You can get a McDonalds every 700 miles or so. Or a hot turkey sandwich. With curly fries.

Fjords = Shite Food. It is in the bible.
Fondue spotting twice the same day!
 

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