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LedZed66

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  1. football

    Rivalry - the real fun in football Alexis Sanchez? There were times when Jose spended the money more smartley
  2. The Rest in Peace Thread

    I'm also sad. That album meant a lot to me. Her voice was so very strong, the acoustic guitar parts are so beautiful and the lyrics are so well. No need to argue came out when I was almost 30. It was the time that I really grew up and became a stronger person. And this album fittet so perfectly to me at the time.
  3. The Rest in Peace Thread

    RIP Dolores. I loved the "No need to argue" album so very much
  4. football

    Thank you Liverpool
  5. Can't You Hear Me Knocking

    Great video, great sound - thanks for sharing
  6. What Are You Listening To At This Moment?

    The best of video does not contain the Impromptu No.4 - it's my favorite piece by Chopin
  7. What's the weather like where you are?

    For you, Freeyyaa: http://www.mathsisfun.com/temperature-conversion.html (there are many other conversion sites,)
  8. What Are You Listening To At This Moment?

    Two days ago Adriano Celentano turned 80. Buon compleanno Adriano. I love the positive engery from this song, it always makes me smile
  9. Make me laugh!

    At office parties the guys from our IT department mix cocktails. Their Long Island Iced Tea is terrific and their Strawberry Daiquiri is outstanding. It's a crazy world.
  10. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    Happy Food Year to you too, CP. Debauchery with alcohol means, that I drank a glass of wine or a digestiv every day over the festive season (for about 2 weeks). Usually we drink one bottle of wine on weekends - that's no rock'n roll lifestyle. I arrive at home from work at 5.30-6 pm. But I turn into the Hulk when I'm hungry. To protect my environment, I eat my dinner at lunchtime Today we visited a Turkish restaurant. Stuffed eggplant (Imam Bayildi) with rice and salad. 2 tangerines made the dessert. I like smoked fish too. I think, I like all kinds of fish dishes
  11. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    A very Happy New Year to everyone. Wow, Passion Fruit Souffle, that sounds fantastic, CP. Yesterday's boiled beef made a terrific soup today, upgraded with noodles and semolina dumplings. After 4 weeks of total food debauchery (sweets, meat, alcohol) I'm looking forward to my daily diet. (Alcohol on weekends only, almost no sweets, no eating after 4 pm on weekdays) Next festive season: Carnival
  12. What Are You Doing Today?

    That's cool. Hope you had fun.
  13. What's everyone doing for New Years Eve

    I knew I'm not the only one You start the new year with an office party you don't want to go to? That s*cks. Try to find a positive aspect. Maybe they serve good food or you meet nice collegues or customers.
  14. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    Our traditional New Year's Eve dinner: Prime boiled beef fillet (Tafelspitz) with horseradish sauce and a special chives sauce, roasted potatoes, green beans, corn salat The Secco (a sparkling wine) is my favourite sparkling wine/champagne/prosecco/whatever. We order it directly from the winemaker.
  15. What's everyone doing for New Years Eve

    The same procedure as every year: Mr. LedZed and I will be busy cooking an elaborate dinner, blasting Saturday Night Fever through the house. At midnight we'll watch the fireworks from our window. (I always hated New Year's Eve parties - even when I was in my twenties ...) So, I wish all New Year's Eve haters a nice evening without parties
  16. What Are You Listening To At This Moment?

    Haven't heard this for ages - a time machine to my 14/15 year old me ...
  17. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    The few times I drank these famous wines and champagnes I was disappointed. The Chateau Neuf-du-Pape tasted like a Chateau du Clochard. Really awful. Maybe the "cheap" versions of these very very expensive high-end wines are crap? Trout, a fish, yes. It tasts delicious.
  18. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    Thanks, CP. The Grand Cru was quite nice but not outstanding. I got a red wine from Côtes du Luberon as a christmas present and I'm looking forward to this bottle. I love the French wines. Today's menu: Char or trout (don't know what's the accurate translation) stuffed with fresh parsley and dill - it was fantastic Horseradish sauce, compound butter, potatoes and corn salat And the wonderful Grüne Veltliner white wine from South Tyrol Next stop: New Year's Eve dinner
  19. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    Roasted duck with red cabbage and potato dumplings Château Puy-Blanquet, Grand Cru Saint-Émilion A.C., 2007 Marzipan, poppy seed cake A Slivovitz as digestif And now we're watching The Lord of the Rings : The Two Towers
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