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  1. Holy Childhood Memory, Batman! I LOVE bacon dipped in maple syrup! Love! Love!! Love!!! Me too! If I ever have pancakes, most of my syrup goes on the bacon or sausage.
  2. Just out of curiosity, and after seeing those spoons made by Kirk - Has anyone ever tried to make their own? I am living overseas at the moment, but back home I have access to a decent workshop. I was just curious if it was possible, or if anyone has tried, to take a modern piece of 18-10 silverware and turn it into some type of custom sugar spoon.
  3. Lhasa, Tibet, China. Still haven't found any Absinthe
  4. Hulu.com has an Absinthe documentary up right now. It's about an hour long and covers the history of Absinthe. I'm sure it is well known on this board. and I apologize if it has already been talked about. Most of it will be old news to most of you, but as a relative newcomer to the drink, I thought it was interesting.
  5. Thank you for all the nice greetings. Why Tibet? This is actually my fourth trip here. The others have been relatively short. I wanted to learn more of the language and culture, so I am staying for a while this time. I will be here until at least next February, maybe a bit longer. Who knows? For those of you who mentioned the film Seven Years In Tibet, the movie was not that good. They took to many liberties with the book it was based on. Besides, modern day Tibet, and especially Lhasa, bear little resemblance to the book or the movie.
  6. Just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Todd, and I am currently living in Lhasa, Tibet, in far western China. I just moved here a month ago. I am a relative newcomer to Absinthe. I have tried a couple of brands over the past few years, but only recently began to enjoy it on a regular basis, and to explore the ever growing number of brands on the market. Unfortunately, there is no Absinthe to be had here in Lhasa, at least none that I have found yet, so I need to experience it vicariously through all of you here. I'm glad I found this forum. It's amazing I never did before this. Better late than never I guess. Karmatso
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