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  1. And I'm still bringing the beetroot in April!!
     
    Sandi - Microsoft MVP, Feb 29, 2004
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  2. Dare I ask....
     
    Gary S. Terhune, Feb 29, 2004
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  3. <giggling> We had this discussion a couple of Summits ago, in Mal Osborne's
    rooms at our hotel, regarding the Australian tendench to include beetroot in
    hamburgers.... we've been promising Susan *Aussie* beetroot (which is
    tinned, sliced and kinda pickled) to try in a hamburger ever since.
    Apparently you *mericans don't do that sort of thing.

    I forgot to bring some beetroot to the Summit last year, but this year I
    intend not to forget :) <side note> this'll be my 4th trip to America; I
    hope you'll be there </side note>
     
    Sandi - Microsoft MVP, Feb 29, 2004
    #43
  4. I want some! And, yes, God willing, I'll be there--bringing the Little Lady,
    too, this time.
     
    Gary S. Terhune, Feb 29, 2004
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    LuckyStrike Guest

    Svyatoslav,

    I see you've met my friend PCR, the rhyminator; please don't hold this
    against me. <S> Actually, I have utmost respect and a certain camaraderie
    with PCR, and you will see he is a person of very high caliber. Just don't
    let him use one of the bigger calibers such as a .45 on you. You must watch
    him closely!

    Regards,
     
    LuckyStrike, Feb 29, 2004
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    Jim Eshelman Guest

    Jim Eshelman, Feb 29, 2004
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  7. I thought it was Murikin. As in "I'm a Murikin"

    Murikins are probably the only English-speaking(?) people in the world to
    use the word "beet" for the root and "beet greens" for the rest of the
    plant.(I love 'em both!)
     
    Gary S. Terhune, Feb 29, 2004
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    AlmostBob Guest

    The only things I miss now, moved from Aus to Canada, beetroot in burgers and
    pineapple in pizza
    (I can get vegemite at Superstore)

    | <giggling> We had this discussion a couple of Summits ago, in Mal Osborne's
    | rooms at our hotel, regarding the Australian tendench to include beetroot in
    | hamburgers.... we've been promising Susan *Aussie* beetroot (which is
    | tinned, sliced and kinda pickled) to try in a hamburger ever since.
    | Apparently you *mericans don't do that sort of thing.
    |
    | I forgot to bring some beetroot to the Summit last year, but this year I
    | intend not to forget :) <side note> this'll be my 4th trip to America; I
    | hope you'll be there </side note>
    |
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    | Sandi - Microsoft MVP since 1999 (IE/OE)
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    | | > Dare I ask....
    | >
    | > --
    | > Gary S. Terhune
    | > MS MVP for Windows 9x
    | >
    | > Sandi - Microsoft MVP wrote:
    | >
    | >> And I'm still bringing the beetroot in April!!
    |
     
    AlmostBob, Feb 29, 2004
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    LuckyStrike Guest

    LOL!
     
    LuckyStrike, Feb 29, 2004
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    LuckyStrike Guest

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    Hugh Candlin Guest

    Just order a Hawaiian pizza (Canadian Bacon & Pineapple).
     
    Hugh Candlin, Mar 1, 2004
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  12. You can't buy good Canadian bacon in Canada. We sell it all to the Americans.

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    George (Bindar Dundat ©) MS-MVP

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    |
    | > The only things I miss now, moved from Aus to Canada, beetroot in burgers
    and
    | > pineapple in pizza
    |
    | Just order a Hawaiian pizza (Canadian Bacon & Pineapple).
    |
    |
     
    George \(Bindar Dundat\), Mar 1, 2004
    #52
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    AlmostBob Guest

    "Canadian" Bacon was real good back in Australia, in Canada though it leaves a
    little to desire, very fatty
    And I Need Pineapple in every pizza not just hawaiian, my home back in Aus was
    great, 3 wood fire pizza shops in 5 minutes walk, Now Im in very rural NS, I
    miss traffic, I miss buildings, I miss streetlights, all the things I hated
    about city.

    I have just endured my first blizzard <shock> still have half the house
    buried, I tell ya though Canadians are tough, day after the blizzard kids are
    down the store in Snow Suits, eating ice cream cones at -20
    --

    | You can't buy good Canadian bacon in Canada. We sell it all to the
    Americans.
    |
    | --
    | ____________________________________
    | George (Bindar Dundat ©) MS-MVP
    |
    | http://dundats.proboards27.com/index.cgi
    |
    | | |
    | | | > The only things I miss now, moved from Aus to Canada, beetroot in
    burgers
    | and
    | | > pineapple in pizza
    | |
    | | Just order a Hawaiian pizza (Canadian Bacon & Pineapple).
    | |
    | |
    |
     
    AlmostBob, Mar 1, 2004
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    Artwilder Guest

    Unlike, some people down in the southern U.S. where they shiver if it
    drops below 80.
     
    Artwilder, Mar 1, 2004
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  15. <g> I'm sure you'll know where to find me :)
     
    Sandi - Microsoft MVP, Mar 1, 2004
    #55
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