Tavern "Spud" held the famous chef in the whole district, the former brother-layman of the Order of the Knights Templar. He never da shaft vows and left the military order after the last unsuccessful crusade. As he himself said, the bitterness of the loss of the Christian East and the complete victory of the Saracens ever recaptured his desire to follow the troops in a cart loaded with pots and kettles. The first change consisted of sweet wine and fruit. Arthus could not get enough of: master hoe brought back from their travels around the world the amazing recipes of delicious dishes. The fragrant smell of the second change, however, is simple in appearance - broth, flavored with saffron, thyme and parsley - only reinforced the prevailing opinion in the graph.
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