Written by Team Oasis at 23:00 13/9-2018|
What nutter ever wrote that falafel is healthy, falafel is good. I have to admit that our cook Mina does a terrific job in making tasy food with it, but one can only handle as much.
Our manager clearly overlooked that when he brought Mina with us to Portugal. I felt something was wrong straightaway. During the prologue there was not the usual power i should have. It was a disappointing experience all the way through.
Straight after the power was there, the full 900 watt for several minutes, unfortunately for another portion of falafel. This time from the 'ping'. A leftover from yesterdays meal. I see Mina's fiercesome eyes when she told us that her dad said that its a disgrace to throw food away.
Well its all nice to not hurt her feelings but what did it actually bring me. In the mountains it was hard to follow the pace. especially when at the first stage everyone was fresh. I didn't even have a bad day during the TT but found myself 18 places lower than last season. Even some inbred sun of Khadaffi was faster. I can draw the ass shape of that hijo de puta blindfolded. which ain't a good thing.
Fuck Mina and her falafel, i'm out for some good food. I've heard good stories about mutton stews. Maybe that brings me back to winning positions.
Its called Pierogi in Polish. Russian pirozhki is something a bit different, they are baked pastry, while Pierogi are cooked in water.
Great article Nooky.
Just in case you were wondering, Gustaw Banas was eating Polish dumplings all the way through Volta ao Porto. Dumplings with meat before mountain stages and dumplings with cheese and potatoes before time trials. This is what worked for him. Try it next time yourself :-)
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