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Posted: 12/11/2013 5:20:11 PM
   

RE:Massey mens' food!

John F., That is certainly a good looking flask. Do you have an extra one you could send my way?!? :-) John B.


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Posted: 12/12/2013 1:47:46 AM
   

RE:Massey mens' food!

John,

I will keep my eyes open for you but don't hold out too much hope.  There may be one somewhere in a dealers.  What do you plan to put in it Burbon?  My wekaness is some high quality (expensive!!!!) dark rum.

John


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Posted: 12/12/2013 2:24:10 AM
   

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Back to Lincolnshire yesterday following my three day excursion out West for our UK "Winter Massey Meet"

I can confirm John's weakness for the nightly dose of rum but must say he does like to "eat first". Below are a few shots of our "table treats" Monday evening at one of his many fine local Indian restaurants just over the bridge on Angelsey.
A fine end to a great day of all things Massey including some fine start up's of "U" frame Massey's and a lot of diliberation and cups of coffee in the tractor shed, covering many topics and aspects of our favourite pastime.

Malcolm.




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Posted: 12/12/2013 2:43:51 AM
   

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No doubt there are some smokers amongst you so you'll need an ash tray at the Massey table!

John

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Posted: 12/13/2013 3:14:55 AM
   

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Now for the Massey cake makers amongst you here is a vital kitchen tool.  It's an MF egg yolk separator.  Without it you can't make your meringues!  So come on everyone - on with your Xmas treats.

John

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Posted: 12/13/2013 4:23:19 PM
   

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John F., I seem to have fallen a bit behind, but yes, it would be good ole Kentucky Bourbon that I would put in my flask. Both Marlene and I have a keen fondness for a good bourbon, in particular Maker's Mark out of Loretto, KY. In fact, being it is Friday night after work, we are both sipping on one at this moment! P.S. to the website masters... Had anybody else noticed the site seems to be ignoring our attempts to start new paragraphs in our posts??? JB


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Posted: 12/14/2013 3:30:10 AM
   

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Coffee and tea drinkers at the Massey table will of course need mugs.  MF have issued quite a variety of these over the years in their official memorabilia lines.  This one is from the days of MF Industrials.

John

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Posted: 12/15/2013 1:27:12 PM
   

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For those of you who have a teapot or a plant on the Massey table here is a stand for it.  This stand was offered as official memorabilia by AGCO/MF just a few years ago.  Makes a nice addition to any Massey table!

John

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Posted: 12/16/2013 2:59:14 AM
   

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Here are some official MF plates to put your food on and eat off at a Massey table>  Essential!

John

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Posted: 12/17/2013 9:24:42 AM
   

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When you get the food on your Massey plate at the Massey table you will need some seasoning.  So why not use a Ferguson salt and pepper pot?

John

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