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Old 18.05.2011, 11:23
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Re: What Should We Bring?

The 300 CHF limit doesn't apply if you're relocating to Switzerland. Theoretically everything you bring over should have been in your possession for at least 6 months, but - for example - you can alway say it's a wine collection you've spent years building up (assuming they're not all 2010 Pinot Grigios).
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Whenever I am in Den Haag I load up on Surinaamse Pindakaas from the little shops in Paul Krugerlaan. What I would really like to bring is the entire Paul Krugerlaan, but it doesn't fold well. If you are going there anyway, could you pick me up a jar as well?
What is Surinaamse Pindakaas ? Sounds interesting!
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Old 18.05.2011, 11:40
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What is Surinaamse Pindakaas ? Sounds interesting!
Peanut butter... used for the most exotic dish found in Dutch menus: chicken satay.
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Re: What Should We Bring?

Peanut butter spicy enough to set your hair on fire. Here is your quest: A jar of pindakaas from a tropische winkel, or Surinaamse winkel on Paul Krugerlaan (I've never found it anywhere else). Accept no peanuts with Satay seasonings - it's not the same. Should you be successful in your quest many rewards await you: I can help you move in. Should you already have movers to carry your boxes, I can take you on a motorcycle tour of the Basel/France region. Should you be averse to motorcycles, I can invite you for a lunch with spicy pindakaas.
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The 300 CHF limit doesn't apply if you're relocating to Switzerland. Theoretically everything you bring over should have been in your possession for at least 6 months, but - for example - you can alway say it's a wine collection you've spent years building up (assuming they're not all 2010 Pinot Grigios).
I was talking about food
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