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Old 02-20-2008, 02:42 PM
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Now for Australia, you have 90's all day? Night time too?........
Depends on where you are in Australia (it's a big continent ).

Melbourne is comfy right now. Highs in the 70's, Lows in the 60's.
The folks up north in Darwin are enjoying 70's and 80's this week.

Hmmm... A winter home down-under is starting to sound good.
(but will I ever learn to enjoy Vegemite?)
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Old 02-20-2008, 10:04 PM
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What about a vegimite based pizza! - Mmmm CheeseyMite
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I'm guessing the computers in the Ottawa Valley are too froze up to help balance this post with some really cold weather!

A marmite pizza eh? Hmmm marmite and cheddar cheese?
Top that!
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Old 02-21-2008, 03:16 AM
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mmmm...or freshly baked WFO bread with butter and a layer of vegemite
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Old 02-21-2008, 11:19 AM
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ok...no excuses for this weekend in Austin

Friday high 70 low 42 - 20% chance rain
Sat high 75 low 55 - 10% chance rain
Sun high 77 low 52 - 10% chance rain
Mon high 79 low 51 - 10% chance rain

Might I ask...what is VEGEMITE? Ive only heard of it in a "Men at Work" song back in the 80's (showing my age here )
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Old 02-21-2008, 12:12 PM
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For those of you in Texas, no more wining! Wind is nothing, cold is another. I mean freezing temps is ok for staying inside for some of you, but if the temps is in the 40's, outside you go.

Now for Australia, you have 90's all day? Night time too?........

I can't wait till summer when I spin my oven as " back in the day when my oven was built, we had 60+ winds, temps often in 20's to 30's, snow blowing sideways, fingers numb, and a tent poking me.... I am sure the story will get better
Especially after a beer or TEN
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Old 02-21-2008, 12:30 PM
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Vegemite is disgusting Kemo. You really don't want to know...
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Old 02-21-2008, 09:27 PM
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Might I ask...what is VEGEMITE? Ive only heard of it in a "Men at Work" song back in the 80's (showing my age here )
Kemo, Australian vegemite is similar to the British product it copied called Marmite. The tastes are quite different but they are both produced from beer yeast extract. It's an aquired taste. The original product that inspired both is also British and called Bovril. It is similar in appearance and taste to Marmite but is made from beef extract. During the BSE crisis Bovril also flirted with yeast extract but went back to beef after the furore died down.

Not sure of the veracity but we have a slice of toast spread with Marmite as it is said to repel mosquitos.

I think it may repel more than that..........

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Old 02-22-2008, 03:14 AM
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.... beer is an aquired taste too, but if you put that on too thick you will pass out ..........marmite is way too sweet

lets not forget (whoops its sounding like a memorial service) Vegemite is one of the worlds richest known Vitamin B sources.....it must be right, its says it on the jar (inserts sarcastic grin)
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Bacterium,

I've had way to much exposure to both Marmite and Vegimite in my travels and domestic arrangements at one time or another. Marmite is commonly available on Ontario supermarket shelves, unfortunately, near the Golden Syrup and Rose's Lime. But, hey, lets not be too harsh here. Both M & V are adaptable, useful products and will do serious duty when you can't find the axle grease . For me, they're right up there with tofu, which works wonders when you can't find the window glass putty . M & V are indeed acquired tastes that will last for hours. Tofu has no taste at all. Go figure.

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