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From: "CJ Keim" <>
Subject: RE: [Scot] Re: Pitlochry salad
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 09:33:24 +1100
In-Reply-To: <a9.3b6d1c28.2ba36262@aol.com>


That actually sounds pretty good. Australians eat a lot of beetroot (or
beets as I use to call them in America).
Looking into go to the concert in Australia - looks very interesting.
Cheers.
CJ Keim (from Australia)



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Subject: Re: [Scot] Re: Pitlochry salad


In a message dated 13/03/2003 23:29:02 Central Standard Time,
writes:

> Muff
> Many thanks for your latest post concerning this most mysterious of
> comestibles, "Pitlochry salad". I take it fresh vegetables are out --
> and the contest is in!
>
> My candidate: a plate of pickled vegetables such as beet root,
> cucumber (flavoured by dill weed), and onions.
>
> Best wishes,
> Frances
>
Recipe for a Pitlochery Salad.
One Tattie, one jigger whisky. Boil the tattie, drink the whisky, eat
the
tattie, have another dram. There the mystery is solved.
Dave

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