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Stephen Briggs/Terry Pratchett: "Unseen Academicals" [Nov. 21st, 2009|10:24 pm]
Douglas Spencer
Thirteen of us, from Aylesbury/Bracknell/Croydon/Nottingham/Sheffield and similar places, have been to see a play in Abingdon. It was mostly about pie.

Afterwards we went to a pub/restaurant and had a big dinner.

It was a good day.
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[User Picture]From: dougs
2009-11-21 11:12 pm (UTC)
Sadly, no. I had pate, and duck, and obviously-not-cheesecake.
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[User Picture]From: gaspodia
2009-11-22 09:41 am (UTC)
kiwi_dan had pie, but that was before the performance so I'm not sure it counts. Mmm, smocked duck was yummy, though fake cheesecake was a disappointing pudding. I must have known that was going to happen though, as I also ate the rather yummy brioche bread and butter pudding for lunch just before the play.
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[User Picture]From: darth_tigger
2009-11-22 10:37 am (UTC)
You had the smocked duck? Was it really wearing a smock?

(The menu claimed it would be smocked. I would be upset if this was false advertising)
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[User Picture]From: dougs
2009-11-22 01:08 pm (UTC)
I'm sure we could make smocked duck -- a sort of lattice en-croute would work.
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