You're a brave woman, marg! <br><br>I'm of the "i'll try anything" mind myself, looks like you've got a couple of culinary adventures there. Mmmmm, with mac nut chasers. I have to note the lady's touch ~ I could be lookin' in a gourmet display window. Just a little different from carp's presentation . . . <br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Silk suit, black tie, I donít need a reason why.</font color=blue>
The Tako and Cuttlefish is very good all by them selves - best with a beer chaser maybe give those to the big guy and make sure he keeps his hands off your nuts - LOL<br><br>The Saimin is great for quick lunch , boil water add noodles and flavor packet done in a few minutes - I do add some quick items to make if good for a diner dish.<br><br>
I'll try anything once as long as it isn't alive and wiggles. <br><br>I've travelled quite a bit to the south of you guys... central america has some "interesting" culinary treats, once off the tourist path.<br><br>
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