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Old 02-05-2004, 07:35 PM   #11
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Dang, Will, you feedin' an army? Thats a lot of seafood!

I'm not much on Calimari, unless I can find a place that cooks it properly. Most places, it's just like eating rubber. Never cooked it my self.

Everything else on your menu, I can cook that too! And of course, eat it till I'm full to bursting!

I ate leftovers for dinner.
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I don't eat like this everynight.

I just decided to treat my family for once, Its something I usually do when I have a few extra bucks.

We just ate, OMG it was so goooood..

Shrimp slow broiled in garlic butter sauce with fresh ground peper, Grilled Salmon Steaks, Fresh steamed crab legs dipped in spicy butter, and fried calamari.

I'm dead, I have to be.

Cause i'm in heaven

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oh man I am really hungry now!
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I'm full of dinner but now I'm wanting a dinner like you had...isn't gluttony a sin or something?

You have a lucky family dude! What a nice thing for you to do.
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Wow...some folks have got it made. I barely had time to choke down a beef&cheddar from Arbys during the mad evening rush hauling my kids back and forth from dance, gymnastics, karate, band practice, ect... I'll be on your doorstep soon and, unlike most hungry strays, I'll bring my own bowl.
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Gee I was lazy and sauteed some scallops shallots garlic and dill in butter.
Made sone crispy asparagus spears and sourdough.
I did mince a few pieces and offered them to my knife fish (before cooking in butter ^.^). Wow! what a reaction, he was snuffling throught he tank like a hound for bacon! IHe was in full light nearly an hour searching every dropped morsel crumb. I was afraid to give him too much though, so I threw some sacrificial ghost shrimp to console him.

Half that menu seems like your marine predator tanks wish-list...heh!
And I am sure most fw carnivores wouldn't refuse a bite either.
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I'm more of a saltwater carnivore than any meer fish

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