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  Home > 9th February 2008

Sunday lunch

9th February 2008

Crown at Frampton Mansell

aWe had all looked forward to the meal in this 16th century pub. 21 intrepid people ventured forth to sample a February cuisine including one guest from far away Worcester. I had already organised the weather as well as the pub. It was a really nice sunny winters day.

Of course the first problem was getting everyone there. Some people said they knew the way and yet finished up at a different pub. Some went down one way back street tracks against the flow of traffic. It was a surprise that everyone finally arrived. What a treat it was to go into the pub and have a roaring log fire.

 

 

bAll went well with the starters and the main courses. It all kicked off when a very brave young lady told us that despite taking orders for 6 Crumbles there were only 2 available. All I can say is that Tim and I were perfect gentlemen when we opted for the Sticky Toffee Pudding instead. We heard all sorts of threats and bribes being offered for the last two crumbles. All I can say is that Tim and I behaved like the sterling chaps we are.

I wont split on Trevor and Graham for being the ones who refused to accept anything less that Crumble. I will say Trev did take great delight in letting me know exactly how tasty it was. Panic for the pudding over we all sat down and had a really nice social time.

 

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Thanks to everyone who came and for making it such a nice event

Adrian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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