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The guys are back in the studio, but not for long. Sean is hitting up the beaches - even if he can barely pronounce them. Also, Rodney plans a perilous expedition to Mount Saint Ikea. PS... it's Swedish crayfish season!!

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Aug. 31, 2020

Margarita Stad

Rodney has a revelation over "a lost shaker of salt". Plus, people who don't like fruit, broken dryers with missing handymen, missing birthdays, missing stripes and a run for the presidency. 2 Guys, 3 Crowns, 2020!

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Aug. 29, 2020

A Long Strange Trip

The guys are joined in studio by Jim Farula - owner of Jimmy's Downtown Deli. He's been here for 30 years and takes us on a trip through playing Russian rock clubs with ex-KGB bouncers, meeting his ex-wife on an airplane, talking himself into becoming a catering chef and how the came up with LSD ch…

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The guys are soaking up the last rays of Swedish summer. And apparently this was the weekend to party. Rodney and Sean talk about their suddenly wild neighbors, tips for enjoying the rest of August, new neighborhood discoveries and new high schools (or gymnasiums….?). Plus, would you buy a sofa fro…

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The introduction of Björn Runestone, a fictional character from the 2 Guys 3 Crowns podcast. After discussing the Swedish name "Björn" and ancient runestones, the Viking filter popped up on SnapChat... VOILA! Enjoy!

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A quick overview of the kimchi process Rodney uses here in Sweden. Cabbage here is either "Kinakål" or "Salladskål". The salt is a standard, off-the-shelf, coarse variant. The ready-made sauce is called "Momoya Kimcee Base" and is available in most asian grocery stores. Enjoy!
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Our LIVE broadcast that we streamed on the American Club of Sweden Facebook page. Resolution of the reply is low and the challenges of streaming from a summer cabin were many BUT it was fun. Enjoy!

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A comical interview with Björn Runestone, a fictional character conceived by the 2 Guys 3 Crowns podcast. What was it like to be among the first vikings to travel to England? Well, here you go...

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