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Rewatch Australia C6: City at the Edge of the World - Sat 11th July
Travisina
Rewatch Australia - C6: City at the Edge of the World - Saturday 11th July 2020
10.00am UK time (BST)
7.00pm Australia time


Join us to enjoy Vila demonstrating his true heroic nature, with Colin Baker as special guest villain!


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Tyce
Hi folks, I'm here but may not be able to participate. I'm starving and have to prepare dinner. :-(
 
Travisina
Tyce wrote:

Hi folks, I'm here but may not be able to participate. I'm starving and have to prepare dinner. :-(

Hi Tyce, how are you? More important - what's for dinner? I've just had breakfast.
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Joe Dredd
Well, hopefully we might see you towards the end, Tyce.

I've just bunged a pie in the oven myself.
 
Tyce
Travisina wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Hi folks, I'm here but may not be able to participate. I'm starving and have to prepare dinner. :-(

Hi Tyce, how are you? More important - what's for dinner? I've just had breakfast.

Actually I've decided to go get Chinese. Satay chicken I think.
 
Travisina
Joe Dredd wrote:

Well, hopefully we might see you towards the end, Tyce.

I've just bunged a pie in the oven myself.


Hi, Joe!

Talking of matters culinary - where do you stand on Marmite / Vegemite?
Hubby always starts the day with bread & butter and Marmite, but decided yesterday to try Vegemite (Marmite's in short supply at the moment, due to Covid19).
Let's just say after struggling manfully for 2 days, he's now reverted back to Marmite, and we now have a nearly-full jar of Vegemite that I'll probably end up using in cooking, 'cos I don't like it either!
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Travisina
Tyce wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Hi folks, I'm here but may not be able to participate. I'm starving and have to prepare dinner. :-(

Hi Tyce, how are you? More important - what's for dinner? I've just had breakfast.

Actually I've decided to go get Chinese. Satay chicken I think.

Ooh, yum.
I had a big bowl of fresh fruit, slightly warmed in the microwave with thick spicy juice left over from making compote (flavoured with ginger, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg) + plain yoghurt.
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Joe Dredd
Travisina wrote:
Talking of matters culinary - where do you stand on Marmite / Vegemite?


You don't stand on Vegemite, that's dangerous. That's exactly what happened to Avon when he burst into Justin's base. Breakfast all over the floor, including a slippery spread. If only Og had preferred peanut butter.
 
Joe Dredd
Satay chicken sounds good, Tyce.

So does your breakfast Travisina, but given it's dinner time over here a hot meal sounds much more appealing.
 
Travisina
Started...
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Travisina
Joe Dredd wrote:

Travisina wrote:
Talking of matters culinary - where do you stand on Marmite / Vegemite?


You don't stand on Vegemite, that's dangerous. That's exactly what happened to Avon when he burst into Justin's base. Breakfast all over the floor, including a slippery spread. If only Og had preferred peanut butter.

GrinPfftGrin
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Joe Dredd
Travisina wrote:
Talking of matters culinary - where do you stand on Marmite / Vegemite?
Hubby always starts the day with bread & butter and Marmite, but decided yesterday to try Vegemite (Marmite's in short supply at the moment, due to Covid19).
Let's just say after struggling manfully for 2 days, he's now reverted back to Marmite, and we now have a nearly-full jar of Vegemite that I'll probably end up using in cooking, 'cos I don't like it either!


I never liked Vegemite as a kid, though my brother loved it. Somewhere along the line I started eating it, and I like it very much.

I've never tried Marmite. The trick with Vegemite is to spread it really thinly, just a bit more than a scrape on toast. It's powerful stuff. I've seen people try it and the slather it on. It's just too strong that way.
 
meegat39
Hello all! Are we starting?
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldn’t have been made if we hadn’t got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
Travisina
Joe Dredd wrote:

Satay chicken sounds good, Tyce.

So does your breakfast Travisina, but given it's dinner time over here a hot meal sounds much more appealing.

Of course, it's winter down your way. Here it only *feels* like winter Sad
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Obsidian
Hi Tyce, Travisina and Joe, all this discussion about food is making me hungry.

Blast off?
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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Joe Dredd
Travisina wrote:

Started...


Oops, better get going... feeling hungry now!
 
Travisina
Obsidian wrote:

Hi Tyce, Travisina and Joe, all this discussion about food is making me hungry.

Blast off?

Yep - -started
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Obsidian
meegat39 wrote:

Hello all! Are we starting?


Hi Meegat, I've started!
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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Travisina
Joe Dredd wrote:

Travisina wrote:
Talking of matters culinary - where do you stand on Marmite / Vegemite?
Hubby always starts the day with bread & butter and Marmite, but decided yesterday to try Vegemite (Marmite's in short supply at the moment, due to Covid19).
Let's just say after struggling manfully for 2 days, he's now reverted back to Marmite, and we now have a nearly-full jar of Vegemite that I'll probably end up using in cooking, 'cos I don't like it either!


I never liked Vegemite as a kid, though my brother loved it. Somewhere along the line I started eating it, and I like it very much.

I've never tried Marmite. The trick with Vegemite is to spread it really thinly, just a bit more than a scrape on toast. It's powerful stuff. I've seen people try it and the slather it on. It's just too strong that way.

Marmite likewise is spread thinly.
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Travisina
Vila at his most heroic, gets a judo-kit costume.
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