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Thread Sent to my wife by a pen pal - do not be eating or driniking when you read
Thu, Feb 4 2010 9:27 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Steve,

<< Ha ha. Just did a search on my Foxtel iPhone app.  We get Man v Food on
the Travel & Living channel so I've set it up to record some episodes.
Whoa, in the next episode he apparently eats a 5 pound (2.3kg) Burrito.
Gotta see that! Smiley>>

Cool, you'll love it.  It makes me feel a little guilty/revolted at times,
because it is really gluttonous and a waste of food, but it is definitely
something that you can't stop watching. Smiley

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Thu, Feb 4 2010 10:03 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

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Tim


>Cool, you'll love it. It makes me feel a little guilty/revolted at times,
>because it is really gluttonous and a waste of food, but it is definitely
>something that you can't stop watching. Smiley

I'm beginning to worry about you.

Roy Lambert
Thu, Feb 4 2010 4:17 PMPermanent Link

Steve Forbes

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Hi Steve,

> the next episode he apparently eats a 5 pound (2.3kg) Burrito.  Gotta see
> that! Smiley

I reckon I ate one of those last time I was in Long Beach, or maybe time is
playing games with my memory Wink.. a Green Pork Burrito .. it was amazingly
good, but I suffered for several days afterwards.

Best regards

Steve

"Steve Gill" <v8steve@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi Tim,
>
>
>> If you ever get a chance, and can get the Travel Channel (or something
>> like
>> it) in Australia, you should check out the show Man vs. Food:
>
>> http://www.travelchannel.com/TV_Shows/Man_V_Food
>
>> That guy is always trying to eat really hot stuff.   He also eats a lot
>> of
>> really big gross-looking stuff, and frankly, I'm not sure how the guy
>> doesn't have a massive coronary just walking down the street. Smiley
>
> Ha ha. Just did a search on my Foxtel iPhone app.  We get Man v Food on
> the Travel & Living channel so I've set it up to record some episodes.
> Whoa, in
> the next episode he apparently eats a 5 pound (2.3kg) Burrito.  Gotta see
> that! Smiley
>
> Regards,
>
> Steve
>

Fri, Feb 5 2010 6:26 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

<< I'm beginning to worry about you. >>

You have to see the show to understand what I said.  Seeing the guy get the
meat sweats *is* fairly revolting. Smiley

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Fri, Feb 5 2010 6:45 AMPermanent Link

"Rita"

"Steve Forbes" <ozmosysspamfree@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
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>
> I reckon I ate one of those last time I was in Long Beach, or maybe time
> is playing games with my memory Wink.. a Green Pork Burrito .. it was
> amazingly good, but I suffered for several days afterwards.
>

Yuk my GF in CA had a Cactus Burrito last night and says it was very nice.
I mention Black Pudding to her and she throws up.
I know they have black pudding in Sydney dont know about Melbourne but I
guess they do. http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/mostof_blackpudding.shtml
I bet it would make a nice burrito tho.
Rita


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