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Brian Murdock

Real Madrid vs. F.C. Barcelona

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I'm watching this weekend's Real Madrid - F.C. Barcelona soccer game with some friends. Any suggestions on dishes I should prepare? (There will be both merengues and culés there).

Any predictions on the score? :biggrin:


Brian Murdock

Madrid, Spain

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www.murdockmedia.com

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I'm watching this weekend's Real Madrid - F.C. Barcelona soccer game with some friends.  Any suggestions on dishes I should prepare?  (There will be both merengues and culés there).

Any predictions on the score? :biggrin:

Barcelona will win 0-5.............And I will only do a Barcelona-catalan menu!!!!!!!!

:biggrin:

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I'm watching this weekend's Real Madrid - F.C. Barcelona soccer game with some friends.  Any suggestions on dishes I should prepare?  (There will be both merengues and culés there).

Any predictions on the score? :biggrin:

Barcelona will win 0-5.............And I will only do a Barcelona-catalan menu!!!!!!!!

:biggrin:

What menu would you serve to celebrate a Barcelona victory? For example, what did you serve (or eat) when Barca won the Champions League last May? It was memorable for me as I dined at minibar the night prior to the game.


John Sconzo, M.D. aka "docsconz"

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Barcelona will win 0-5.............

After five minutes, it's 1-0 Real Madrid. There goes the prediction.


Victor de la Serna

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