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Forum: The Galley 8th January 2011, 19:00
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Posted By andy60e
Aye, very versatile was corned dog....what would...

Aye, very versatile was corned dog....what would we do wothout it?

Maybe it was just a staple of that particular cooks ships then.....but he blamed BP for it...lol
Forum: The Galley 5th January 2011, 20:59
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Posted By andy60e
Sailed with a Welsh cook on the Sig Ragne....good...

Sailed with a Welsh cook on the Sig Ragne....good cook normally....but his boast was that he made curries so hot that not even the Indians could eat them....never seen the sense in that.
Forum: The Galley 5th January 2011, 19:52
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Posted By andy60e
I seem to remember curried corned beef and rice...

I seem to remember curried corned beef and rice being served at breakfast on one of Denholms box boats...canny mind which one now......cook had been ex BP and said it was a staple of bp tankers
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