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    Surf and Surf burger ;-) blue crab crabcake and popcorn fried shrimp with spicy aoli...yum!




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    that looks delicious and i shall be having just that! LOL

















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    I cant see anything?!



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    [ATTACH]11692.vB[/ATTACH]

    That's because I'm a moron ;-) did this work?
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    Oh yes that definately worked!!! *drool*



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    how were the fries?

















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    Hmmm... well, we all know how fussy Ol' Tink is about her seafood. Did it taste fresh?






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    Hmmmm...how to say this...I would say it worked better as a whole than in pieces? Does that make sense?

    The "parts" were tasty all put together, but individually they were just...typical. Now, I will also be utterly honest and say that since moving to the east coast, I have become quite fussy about my seafood as well and honestly have come to the conclusion that good seafood should NEVER be fried.

    Having said all that, it really was quite a nice sandwich and I would have it again, I just understand what I'm getting.




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    Yep, I'm beyond fussy about fried. I'll eat it, but boy it'd better be perfectly done.

    Not often though. I far prefer broiled, boiled or steamed... or grilled.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 282084
    Yep, I'm beyond fussy about fried. I'll eat it, but boy it'd better be perfectly done.

    Not often though. I far prefer broiled, boiled or steamed... or grilled.
    Exactly. Love grilled seafood....

    They did have some other very yummy looking, non table service sounding, menu items...tandoori chicken, Mongolian beef stir fry...




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