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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000058.txt from 2003/06

From: "Matthew Lloyd" <Matthew@-----.uk>
Subj: [kl] Beer
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 10:30:58 -0400

The Beer sounds good - but how does one fare in Salt Lake City?

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From: Tim Parks [mailto:tim.parks@-----.com]
Subject: [kl] Re: crab fest

Nancy said:
> >enough list people are interested, I could arrange for a bus trip to
> >Harris Crab House, across the Ches. Bay Bridge (about an hour from
the

To those of you who may not be familar with crabs; I must tell you these
are
real crabs. By real I mean "Chespeake Blue Crabs" not some tasteless
chuck
of meat from the lowly Alaska crableg, not some frozen stuff out of a
can,
not a "cake" with more bread than crab. These are fresh crabs, just out
of
the pot, still in the shell and seasoned with "Old BAY" There is
NOTHING, I
repeat, NOTHING in the crab world that even comes close to comparsion.
To
come to Maryland (a part of Delmarva) and not have Blue Crabs is
unthinkable. Crab fest are by nature a great social event usually
associated
with good conversation and of course BEER.
Nancy count me in. But I will probable drive from my home which 45min on
the
other side of Harris'

Tim Parks
>From Delaware (a part of Delmarva) who would know about such things as
crabs
and beer.

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