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liuzhou

liuzhou

I don't do this often, but today I baked a potato for lunch. With Harbin Red sausage and golden garlic. Butter of course. Sea salt. And black pepper. The correct amount of pepper to put on your baked potato is "too much".

 

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Harbin red sausage was introduced to Harbin in north China by the Russians during WWII. Nothing like Chinese sausages. More like Polish.

 

 

liuzhou

liuzhou

I don't do this often, but today I baked a potato for lunch. With Harbin Red sausage and golden garlic. Butter of course. Sea salt. And black pepper. The correct amopunt of pepper to put on your baked potato is "too much".

 

bp2.thumb.jpg.124e140d92a41503be27d29481d0f1a9.jpg

 

bp1.thumb.jpg.5b3b00b24e860c3190bda767b2459625.jpg

 

Harbin red sausage was introduced to Harbin in north China by the Russians during WWII. Nothing like Chinese sausages. More like Polish.

 

 

liuzhou

liuzhou

I don't do this often, but today I baked a potato for lunch. With Harbin Red sausage and garlic. Butter of course. Sea salt. And black pepper. The correct amopunt of pepper to put on your baked potato is "too much".

 

bp2.thumb.jpg.124e140d92a41503be27d29481d0f1a9.jpg

 

bp1.thumb.jpg.5b3b00b24e860c3190bda767b2459625.jpg

 

Harbin red sausage was introduced to Harbin in north China by the Russians during WWII. Nothing like Chinese sausages. More like Polish.

 

 

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