Good times. I’ve also seen bread shape like a cable car and a sea lion in San Francisco, bread shaped like a cactus and a fish and a donkey pulled cart in Albuquerque, and bread shaped like a lobster in Maine. Someday I should write an article all about bread shaped to look like something other than bread..
Slap it all between two slices of Poil rye bread at $17 per round, which is flown in weekly from the renowned bakery in Paris with a few pumps of the house mustard, sold in bulk and imported directly from the last real mustard maker anywhere near Dijon, France. On a budget? Just pick up a Jambon de Paris ham and Comt cheese on a baguette, pre made in the morning and available for $12 until they run out. And amid the half dozen brands of caviar, the terrines, foie gras and charcuterie, a surprise hit has been the huge selection of conservas, canned fish from Spain and Portugal.
We had allies in our ranks, too. An Estonian sergeant Nuiamae an excellent sniper who lost his life to an IED. US Navy Petty Officer Second Class Kevin Bewley, an explosive ordnance demolition specialist who took a lot of ribbing for being one of the few sailors in an Army task force, was killed by an IED..
Being controversial due to staggering costs and because Senate committee did not conduct the meetings prior to passing. Do we really need Rearing and Empowering against acts of International Destruction? I thought passports was good enough these days for international travel and would take on a status such as the National ID. If you have a passport, in 2006, they have chips in them and the information is stored.
That’s the go to item, carrying around a $16 price tag (easily $20 plus back in Beantown), but featuring a weighed to order 1.25 pounds of meat more than a 5 pound lobster’s worth. Derian toasts a true to form New England style hot dog bun with ample butter: “You have to have the right lobster and roll, that’s important,” he says. He also tears the lobster pieces to ensure drier claw meat’s balanced by tail meat and other portions, then he mixes that with his proprietary house dressing, a mayo base with lemon and celery accents and his own 15 ingredient seasoning salt, which includes garlic, black pepper and rosemary.
It turns out it’s only a 10 minute walk from our flat, so on Friday night I squeezed in the first quarter of the Geelong/Collingwood game before heading off to a pre booked dinner with friends. The sight of a fully lit MCG with a capacity crowd almost made me teary. On Saturday morning I returned to watch the very disappointing Port/Roos game..