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Boat cookware

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Talking of African Grey's and disguises... My friend had an African Grey called 'Otis' a friendly chap generally, one day I walked in and 'Otis' hissed and squawked, which wasn't his normal greeting. "Go out, take your sunglasses off and come in again" advised my friend. I did this and 'Otis' chuckled and grunted as normal. It seems my 'disguise' had thrown the little chap and I was greeted as foe, not friend... :6_smile: 

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5 hours ago, grendel said:

was it sitting next to the pink elephant in a tutu?

No, next to the white elephant with a pink parasol. 

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On 02/08/2018 at 11:21, Polly said:

Yes Cobb and a pressure cooker are in our equipment .

If we had room we would certainly have a Cobb but we don't. 

We do however have a slow cooker which is brilliant on the boat especially during the winter months.

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