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    Default I'm going to borrow one of Boris's bikes this morning

    I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic.

    I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

    I might try oysters next week...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic.

    I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

    I might try oysters next week...
    Use the pavement for added thrill.

    If you crave excitement MP was looking for a web cam partner and I understand that Suityou was planning to go to Tescos next week. That should be enough excitement for anyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic.

    I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

    I might try oysters next week...
    Nutter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    I might try oysters next week...
    Do you like sushi and sashimi? Because if you do I'd recommend eating the oysters sashimi style; a little japanese seaweed and ginger, a squeeze of lemon and a mix of wasabi and soy sauce and one turn of black pepper.

    Wash down with chilled sake out of the freezer or muscadet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic.

    I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

    I might try oysters next week...

    Let us know how your oyster riding goes next week, it sounds like fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic.
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    Well I survived!

    I was even able to shout at a dozy pedestrian.

    I might try it again this evening, dusk might be even more scary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    Well I survived!

    I was even able to shout at a dozy pedestrian.

    I might try it again this evening, dusk might be even more scary.
    and it only took you 3 hours to get in to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mich the Tester View Post
    Do you like sushi and sashimi? Because if you do I'd recommend eating the oysters sashimi style; a little japanese seaweed and ginger, a squeeze of lemon and a mix of wasabi and soy sauce and one turn of black pepper.

    Wash down with chilled sake out of the freezer or muscadet.
    Is that preserved ginger or fresh ginger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by norrahe View Post
    Is that preserved ginger or fresh ginger?
    Much to be said for either. Pickled ginger has a certain acidity that works well. Fresh might be a little more piquant.
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