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We sailed the transatlatic last summer and had a lovely Mongolian Barbecue on deck one sea day. You take a wooden bowl and move along a line adding the ingredients to it that you want grilled. The chef would add whatever sauces and extra you wished and cook it for you. Besides vegetables, there was shrimp, chicken, beef etc. Well, it seems one "gentleman" got his food, sat down and began to eat, then threatened to sue HAL because his chicken was raw. Seems he didn't want to wait for the last part of the line! No more Mongolian barbecues on HAL!

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