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Livers of Willi
Switzerland

When Reinacher Carnival Willi always cooks his special livers. As "sour", as "Whiskey"and as "Madeira". The sale of the livers earned the Scottish Darts Club Reinach his annual trip.

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Tags: willi; livers; carneval; reinach; basel; switzerland; madeira
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