Hangover cure

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Hangover cure

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I am a bit of a foodie and will happily spend 30 hours preparing a beef bourguignon. But when it's comes to a quick fix for a hangover, this is quick, simple and as effective as anything else I have tried. Apart from more booze, obviously.

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Hangover possibly, but if I was still pissed I could not make it, :)
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Doc67 wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:35 pm I am a bit of a foodie and will happily spend 30 hours preparing a beef bourguignon. But when it's comes to a quick fix for a hangover, this is quick, simple and as effective as anything else I have tried. Apart from more booze, obviously.

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Where? would kill for a decent Hot Dog
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Doc67 wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:35 pm I am a bit of a foodie and will happily spend 30 hours preparing a beef bourguignon. But when it's comes to a quick fix for a hangover, this is quick, simple and as effective as anything else I have tried. Apart from more booze, obviously.

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Take away the onions
add, sweet pickle relish and chilli
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Doc67 wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:35 pm I am a bit of a foodie and will happily spend 30 hours preparing a beef bourguignon. But when it's comes to a quick fix for a hangover, this is quick, simple and as effective as anything else I have tried. Apart from more booze, obviously.

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This is no substitute for a proper British sausage sandwich.

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Switch that tomato crap for Daddies sauce, job done.
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BigDee wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:51 pm
Doc67 wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:35 pm I am a bit of a foodie and will happily spend 30 hours preparing a beef bourguignon. But when it's comes to a quick fix for a hangover, this is quick, simple and as effective as anything else I have tried. Apart from more booze, obviously.

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Where? would kill for a decent Hot Dog
Homemade. Apart from the 'dog'.
Apparently ketchup on a hot dog is a big faux pas according to a Yank mate.
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phuketrichard wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:59 pm
Doc67 wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:35 pm I am a bit of a foodie and will happily spend 30 hours preparing a beef bourguignon. But when it's comes to a quick fix for a hangover, this is quick, simple and as effective as anything else I have tried. Apart from more booze, obviously.

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Take away the onions
add, sweet pickle relish and chilli
Hmmm, maybe this could be an interesting perenial thread. Perhaps it could run for a while if we changed the tittle to "Dogs to Die For".

Mods... is this possible?
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Duncan wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 2:04 pm
Doc67 wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:35 pm I am a bit of a foodie and will happily spend 30 hours preparing a beef bourguignon. But when it's comes to a quick fix for a hangover, this is quick, simple and as effective as anything else I have tried. Apart from more booze, obviously.

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Did your mother never tell you to eat your greens ?
Does PK Richards suggestion of sweet pickle sauce count as greens?
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Doc67 wrote: Wed Jul 08, 2020 4:32 pm
Hmmm, maybe this could be an interesting perenial thread. Perhaps it could run for a while if we changed the tittle to "Dogs to Die For".
With that title, it could be a companion piece for Brody's asian girls thread
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