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Fez Moai
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Joined: Dec 01, 2013
Posts: 365
From: Parts unknown
Posted: 2014-01-15 1:59 pm   Permalink

Like Critiki, but 10X more. It's not as comprehensive as it should be, which is the gist of what I'm talking about. That page doesn't mention that Ray Buhen worked for Don the Beachcomber, and thus has one of the most authentic Mai Tai recipes. That's interesting. You still have to browse a dozen sites to get all of this information. I use Critiki (I'm King Moai there), but it's not all encompassing with information. This site has a lot, but it's spread out. That's why a "wiki" type of page would be cool where ALL known information is there in one spot. This will cut down on someone posting a question only to get a reply that it's been covered in a thread six years ago. It's my 2 cents, but hey, I'm used to doing research anyway and I enjoy going from site to site. Cheers!

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