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RE: "Airfood" 2003/08/25 21:15:54 (permalink)
Originally posted by Howard Baratz

I know that this is getting shrimply ridiculous but I just can't stop.

I know what you mean, it just comes from your sole
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RE: "Airfood" 2003/08/27 04:06:19 (permalink)
Originally posted by VibrationGuy

Howard; don't worry about it. Elise is always a little crabby.


Careful. If you keep this up, you're going to make a bass of yourself!
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RE: "Airfood" 2003/08/28 01:23:53 (permalink)
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RE: "Airfood" 2004/09/05 19:28:59 (permalink)
Originally posted by lleechef

Living in Alaska there's only one way in and one way out and that's via an airplane. I lived in Europe for 7 years and did a lot of trans-Atlantic flights. I soon got the gist of it......always order special meals. I still do.....and I always get great food. Either request vegetarian/seafood (no meat) or order Kosher meat or seafood......you can't go wrong. I'm neither vegetarian nor Kosher but ordering these two on an airplane is probably the best food you'll get. I've been served smoked salmon, duck breast, filet mignon, rack of lamb, halibut, not to mention numerous other meals that I've been able to choke down with a small amount of Chardonnay or Cabernet at no cost. Hey, the ticket is expensive enough, why not ask for the best of the worst in food!!
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