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Old 03-25-2007, 02:56 AM   #46
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I'll wait till you are all here to tell my stories!!
I'm sure anitram will have some to add...
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i vote we make Dave responsible for any combination of the following:

Keith's
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Mussels (and lots of em)
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(sorry I'm allergic to Crustaceans)

VP's got the Coronas and limes

Man what a dream party that would be!!!
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I'll wait till you are all here to tell my stories!!
I'm sure anitram will have some to add...
My favourite are the undergrad girls in a track suit (probably $300) with stilletos on. Hahaha!!

What a beautiful campus, though.
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i vote we make Dave responsible for any combination of the following:

Keith's
Moosehead
Oysters
Mussels (and lots of em)
Scallops

(sorry I'm allergic to Crustaceans)

VP's got the Coronas and limes

Man what a dream party that would be!!!
First note: NEVER ask a Nova Scotian to drink/order/buy/handle Moosehead. Moosehead comes from New Brunswick

Second: Eastern Shore mussels and Digby scallops are a go, but our oysters are nothing special. You can probably buy better oysters in Ontario than you can around here.

I'll see what I can do, maybe throw in some clams instead of oysters. I can pick it all up on the way out, too - we're the only place in the world that has a massive seafood store right in the departures area of our airport!
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First note: NEVER ask a Nova Scotian to drink/order/buy/handle Moosehead. Moosehead comes from New Brunswick

Second: Eastern Shore mussels and Digby scallops are a go, but our oysters are nothing special. You can probably buy better oysters in Ontario than you can around here.

I'll see what I can do, maybe throw in some clams instead of oysters. I can pick it all up on the way out, too - we're the only place in the world that has a massive seafood store right in the departures area of our airport!

You can bring seafood on a plane? Kind of a cool thought, but wouldn't it start to smell if you were on a longer flight?
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They pack it in ice and box it up, my dad once bought a half-dozen lobsters and brought them to Chile, and they arrived alive and well in Santiago 2 days and 4 planes later.
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My favourite are the undergrad girls in a track suit (probably $300) with stilletos on. Hahaha!!

What a beautiful campus, though.
The campus is beautiful - esp. in the summer.

A few weeks ago when it was starting to warm up, I was walking by Barneys and some poor nutter had on a little tshirt dress, no coat, no nylons and open toe stilletos. It was working well for her though - nearly every guy on Richmond offered her a jacket. She was a lovely shade of purple but she knew what she was doing!!


We have quite a few Maritimers here and they're always flying or driving seafood back. In the summer you will have an impromptu store open up at the side of the road with - "just flown back this morning" signs!
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They pack it in ice and box it up, my dad once bought a half-dozen lobsters and brought them to Chile, and they arrived alive and well in Santiago 2 days and 4 planes later.

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First note: NEVER ask a Nova Scotian to drink/order/buy/handle Moosehead. Moosehead comes from New Brunswick

Well being primarily from PEI I would't know these things...most drink Moosie and Keiths in generally equal amounts...although I do prefer Keiths myself

No oysters huh? That I didn't know, they are aplenty on the island....as for your mussels...hmmm...I forgot who I was talkin to here....I don't want your mussels!! I might just have to make a special trip to the Island to get some - PEI mussels are the only way to go!
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PEI mussels are the only way to go!
You just lost your Digby scallops, bud
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ah don't get all territorial on me mate..

Didn't you read where I come from? L'Ardoise, by way of Louisburg..that means I can mix it up as much as I like dont ya know

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So does not sound like a SWO party!

Any other imports we'd like to have
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ah don't get all territorial on me mate..

Didn't you read where I come from? L'Ardoise, by way of Louisburg..that means I can mix it up as much as I like dont ya know

Keith's
PEI Mussels
Digby scallops
Don't let this go past this thread, but I think PEI mussels are better than NS mussels, too NS mussels are a bit more rubbery and you get bad ones (not tainted, just DOA - you aren't ever supposed to eat mussels if they're dead before they go in the pot) more often, I think.

I'm seriously up for this seafood feast. Hell, I'll even cook if someone's got a barbecue I can get my hands on for an afternoon, I have a recipe for shellfish & lobster, all cooked in the same pan on the BBQ on a bed of wet seaweed - the seaweed steams the shellfish and lobster, and all you need to do is toss it all in a big pan and leave it on the grill for a couple hours
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