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Old 03-05-2013, 09:02 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by menumaker View Post
Lead me home to these cheap lobsters !!!!!1 oh you are all such a tease. I would have to add a trans-Atlantic air-fare to that.
However, we do have other good things over here............Fine wines Cheeses, Duck..., Oh, but I do adore Lobster
I know you are going to hate me, but I grew up eating lobsters all the time. I am sick of them. I now find their meat too sweet for my taste buds. I would rather have lump crab meat. A nice crab meat salad sandwich right now would suit me just fine. The wines, you can keep. I don't drink alcoholic beverages. I don't even allow them in my home. In fact I have never even had a drink in my life. And no desire to. Now cheeses! I love a good hearty cheese. But cheese dosn't love me back. I can only eat them in very small amounts. You can have my lobster the next time someone in the family is having them for supper.

When I go to my daughter's house for a meal and she is having lobster, she makes me hot dogs.

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Old 03-05-2013, 10:13 AM   #12
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Thanks Addie,
That's really kind. You can send it over the waves of friendship to me. I'll get it. I agree about the crab salad sandwiches. Quite delicious. We had a platter of 'fruits de mer' for our Christmas dinner this year as it was only my husband and me with wonderful crab etc. We do live in a beautiful world with something for everyone don't we ?

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