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"Duck with Arminak"

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MungoBrim Mon 15-Jun-09 13:41:45

What?!

MungoBrim Mon 15-Jun-09 13:42:27

On a menu, that is.

Lulumama Mon 15-Jun-09 13:43:42

that's atrocious. they could have copied the spelling off the bottle , surely

but duck with arminak (!) sounds vile anyway

squeaver Mon 15-Jun-09 13:45:51

Sounds like a disease!

LadyGlencoraPalliser Mon 15-Jun-09 13:46:53

Are you sure it wasn't armiquack?

mumblechum Mon 15-Jun-09 13:47:03

The pub next to us sells muscles in garlic butter. Yum

MungoBrim Mon 15-Jun-09 13:51:32

Muscles! ROFL.

OlympedeGouges Mon 15-Jun-09 13:51:58

restaurant in Prague promised, in a translated menu, 'Alsatian sausages' and 'Virgin Pork loin'
We passed on both...

Iklboo Mon 15-Jun-09 13:52:46

I received an email from a colleague saying they were being referred to an 'authorpedic surgeon'

MungoBrim Mon 15-Jun-09 13:56:57

Iklboo - do you think their writing would be any better than that of the rest of the medical profession? smile

mumblechum Mon 15-Jun-09 14:28:09

"crucified Pigeon" was on a menu we looked at in Paris last year.

Can only hope they meant Spatchcocked.....

Hassled Mon 15-Jun-09 14:32:30

lol at Crucified Pigeon - was there a crown of thorns, do you think? You should have tried it just to see if you could spot the stigmata.

MungoBrim Mon 15-Jun-09 20:09:43

LOL at crucified pigeon!

Katerina75 Mon 15-Jun-09 20:10:58

I saw "rasputin" and "compost" on a menu in Cyprus once - rice pudding and compote, apparently

FairMidden Mon 15-Jun-09 20:12:44

[snort]

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