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Friday, 06 June 2014



Ahhhh You're in Brussels! How long are you staying around. E-mail me maybe we can meet up! :)


great adventure despite the weather


Haven't heard delici-yoso in a while. I'm jealous. My first *strange* dish as a kid was exactly that. I kind of enjoyed it then, even though my friend made fun of me for eating it. I just didn't know any better I suppose.


Hi Milly - Sorry we missed you...maybe next time around!

It was Kat!

Man, that was really good Jan. Funny, but I really don't think of it as sounds like you were a rather adventurous eater as a kid. That's great!


Brussels looks like such a wonderful place to visit and explore. Your wife's dish looked great too (mmm, bone marrow!)!


Hi CC - It's pretty easy to get around and is pretty laid back as well.

Ed (from Yuma)

Another great travel post - food and vistas. Though when I looked at that statue of Mercator, the color made me think he was some renaissance melon vendor.


And perhaps forwarding the analogy of the world is your fruit to pick, Ed?


I guess I forgot how beautiful brussels is =)


You know, you don't hear much about Brussels Lynnea.....

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