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Rusty’s Base Gravy Shots

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Rusty’s Base Gravy Shots

Post by Rusty » Tue Oct 03, 2017 12:09 am

Super condensed base gravy, one shot per curry no onions where harmed all boiled in the process :lol::

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The best day of the week to prepare onions for a base gravy is a Fryday 8-)

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